I have purchased from Amazon Marketplace before, and they didn't list the book as they should have. I think you should contact them and let them know you plan to leave them neutral (fair, 3/5) feedback because you feel that, while you got the correct title, the condition of the book was misrepresented. Spell out why: tell them you expected a very good copy and it is not in that condition, that you were not told it was a library copy, etc.
If they apologize and ask you what they can do to make it up and follow through, I would give them the benefit of the doubt that it was a genuine mistake and leave good feedback.
If they brush you off or ignore you, I would go ahead and leave the neutral.
For what it's worth, one time I ordered a book called "A Mustard Seed of Magic" from an Amazon Marketplace vendor. It was a young adult novel I greatly enjoyed as a teen, but that author's work is almost completely out of print now. Anyway, the vendor listed the book title with the correct author, but sent me a grade 1 reading textbook called "Mustard Seed Magic." I think it was from the 1950's. Anyway, I sent them an e-mail letting them know about the mistake and heard nothing. I sent them another e-mail and I heard nothing. Finally, I filed a grievance with Amazon and immediately received a very wounded e-mail demanding to know why I filed a grievance without giving them a chance to fix it.
The moral: save all of your e-mails to and from, just in case.