Rare 1900's Ninety-Three By Victor Hugo. In my research I have found others stating this has a copyright of 1854 since there is not one in this book.
The year is 1793. In Brittany during the Royalist insurrection of the Chouannerie, a troop of "Blues" (soldiers of the French Republic) encounter in the bocage Michelle Fléchard, a peasant woman, and her three young children, who are fleeing from the conflict. She explains that her husband and parents have been killed in the peasant revolt that started the insurrection. The troop's commander, Sergeant Radoub, convinces them to look after the family.
cover and spine in good condition for its age, has minor ware, has a name written in ink on the title page, the pages are yellow which is to be expected with its age, inside spine has a split, book binding cover away from the cover but still attached, doesn't appear to be any pages missing, pages 459-468 which is the last 9 pages in the book appear to have ripped and taped back together see all pics.
Dimensions 6.5" x 4" x 1"