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Jagua Nana
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Jagua Nana

by Ekwensi, Cyprian

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Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom
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Hutchinson & Co Ltd. London: Hutchinson & Co Ltd., 1961 8vo., bright orange publisher's boards, with mask motif blocked in black to upper board, lettered and decorated in black and yellow along the spine; in the vibrant dust jacket designed by Dorothy Brooks; pp. [iv], 5-192; a near-fine copy, slightly pushed to head and foot of spine, one small white mark to upper edge of front board, and one small dent to lower; endpapers lightly offset; in the very good dust jacket, rubbed and shelf-worn, with edges nicked and chipped, particularly along spine, with a little loss to publisher's name and device at foot; some small closed tears no longer than 2.5cm; lovely otherwise.  First edition. A classic work of African Literature, and one which formed part of the Heinemann African Writers List.  Set in Lagos, Nigeria, at the height of the 1960s, the plot revolves around the titular character who, in her vibrant and somewhat hedonistic lifestyle of wild nights and parties,… Read More
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James and the Giant Peach
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James and the Giant Peach

by Dahl, Roald

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George Allen & Unwin Ltd. First edition published by George Allen & Unwin Ltd in 1967. This is a very near fine copy. Without a dustwrapper as issued. The boards have no wear. The spine is straight and the binding square and firm. There are no issues with the laminate and no wear to the corners or spine ends. The pages are very clean without previous owner's ink. There is a faint smattering of light foxing marks to the upper text block. Overall it is a highly collectible copy. Roald Dahl's classic tale, illustrated throughout by Michel Simeon.  . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. 1967.
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Jefferson and / or Mussolini
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Jefferson and / or Mussolini

by Pound, Ezra

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1st Edition
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Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom
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Stanley Nott. First edition published by Stanley Nott in 1935. This is a very good or better copy. The orange dust wrapper with black lettering is complete with only minor wear along the edges. There is no loss and it is not price clipped. The spine is faded. The book is square and tight. The corners are gently pushed. There is light and sporadic foxing that becomes moderate to 3 or 4 pages. Overall a very good or better copy. A book Ezra Pound struggled to get published due to its fascist overtones. Pound compares US democracy with capitalism and facism. He then draws comparisons between fascist prime minister of Italy Benito Mussolini and the US third president Thomas Jefferson. Pound had been living in Italty for some years by this point and had met Mussolini in 1933. A controversial book, Pound's views would continue to be aired, in particular with radio broadcasts, and it would culminate with his imprisonment by the US Army in 1945. A scarce book to find with the dust wrapper and most… Read More
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Journey to a War
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Journey to a War

by Auden, W.H.; Isherwood, Christopher

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Used - Near Fine
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1st Edition
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Faber and Faber. First UK edition and first print publisher by Faber and Faber in 1939. This is a scarce near fine copy. The dust wrapper has no fading to the spine and is in a very complete condition with no loss, chips or tears. It is also not price clipped. It retains the illusive promotional wraparound band in powder blue and red lettering. The book has some rubbing and wear to the bottom edge of the boards otherwise is also in nice condition. With no previous owner's marks and no foxing or browning marks. Tucked into the front is the publishers review slip. Overall a near fine copy and scarce with these attributes. Journey to a War is a travel book in prose and verse. The book is in three parts: a series of poems by Auden describing his and Isherwood's journey to China in 1938 ; a "Travel-Diary" by Isherwood (including material first drafted by Auden) about their travels in China itself, and their observations of the Sino-Japanese War; and "In… Read More
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