The General in His Labyrinth Hardcover - 1990
by MÃ¡rquez, Gabriel GarcÃa
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- Title The General in His Labyrinth
- Author MÃ¡rquez, Gabriel GarcÃa
- Binding Hardcover
- Edition First American Edition
- Pages 285
- Language ENG
- Publisher Alfred A. Knopf, New York
- Date 1990
- Bookseller's Inventory # 11881
- ISBN 9780394582580