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Product description

Selected anthology of poems selected and annotated by A.P. Wavell.

Produced to the Authorized Wartime Economy Standards, this book has a white dust-jacket with the details printed in large black and red text on the front. The spine of the jacket is now discoloured with age and exposure and has a hole under the title at the top. There are some small tears around the edges with a small nick at the top front and top and bottom of the rear. Some of the red colour of the boards has stained the jacket in places. The price corner is intact.

The book itself has plain red cloth covered boards which are a little faded in places, mainly towards the edges. There is a small whit mark at the bottom of the front board. the spine has the book details in gold text.

A note has been pasted on the ffe containing a dedication in small neat handwriting. The poor quality wartime paper has survived well, showing little sign of the usual yellowing.

Item details

Author(s):
Wavell, A. P.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
189 x 130 x 23 mm approx.
Edition:
1945, third impression.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
432
Publisher:
Jonathan Cape

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About this item

Selected anthology of poems selected and annotated by A.P. Wavell.

Produced to the Authorized Wartime Economy Standards, this book has a white dust-jacket with the details printed in large black and red text on the front. The spine of the jacket is now discoloured with age and exposure and has a hole under the title at the top. There are some small tears around the edges with a small nick at the top front and top and bottom of the rear. Some of the red colour of the boards has stained the jacket in places. The price corner is intact.

The book itself has plain red cloth covered boards which are a little faded in places, mainly towards the edges. There is a small whit mark at the bottom of the front board. the spine has the book details in gold text.

A note has been pasted on the ffe containing a dedication in small neat handwriting. The poor quality wartime paper has survived well, showing little sign of the usual yellowing.

Author(s):
Wavell, A. P.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
189 x 130 x 23 mm approx.
Edition:
1945, third impression.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
432
Publisher:
Jonathan Cape

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