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Girls and Stations - Poems and Sonnets by Terence Greenidge

£30.00

Product description

This book contains a number of sonnets and poems addressed to women and about trains by Terence Greenidge. It contains a foreword by John Betjeman. Hardback book in fair to good condition. Ends of spine and corners bumped and shelf worn. Shelf wear to edges. Dedication and content pages loose. Wrinkling to inner portions of preliminaries and last page, cracking of hinges between them and the rest of the text block. Foxing on top and fore edges of text block.

Dust jacket in a protective cover and in fair condition. 2.5 cm at bottom of spine missing. Top of spine bumped and chipped. Corners of flaps chipped. Spine and and edges sunned.

Item details

Added value:
With a foreword by John Betjeman
Author(s):
Greenidge, Terence
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1st Edition, (1952)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
52
Publisher:
The Fortune Press
Title:
Girls and Stations - Poems and Sonnets by Terence Greenidge

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This book contains a number of sonnets and poems addressed to women and about trains by Terence Greenidge. It contains a foreword by John Betjeman. Hardback book in fair to good condition. Ends of spine and corners bumped and shelf worn. Shelf wear to edges. Dedication and content pages loose. Wrinkling to inner portions of preliminaries and last page, cracking of hinges between them and the rest of the text block. Foxing on top and fore edges of text block.

Dust jacket in a protective cover and in fair condition. 2.5 cm at bottom of spine missing. Top of spine bumped and chipped. Corners of flaps chipped. Spine and and edges sunned.

Added value:
With a foreword by John Betjeman
Author(s):
Greenidge, Terence
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1st Edition, (1952)
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
52
Publisher:
The Fortune Press
Title:
Girls and Stations - Poems and Sonnets by Terence Greenidge

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