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George: An Early Autobiography

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George: An Early Autobiography
Emlyn Williams
The Reprint Society London

"Emlyn Williams needs no introduction: playwright, actor, film star, reader-aloud of Dickens and Dylan Thomas, he is known to many continents, but 'George: An Early Autobiography' is his first venture in literature in book form. It recalls everything he felt and saw from the age of four till he reached twenty-one. This book reads as though George (being Emlyn Williams' first name) the boy was talking aloud to an unseen audience, recording the happenings, changes, thrills, disappointments and waverings of his enchanted life during those first twenty-one years." - Josephine Blumenfeld

Hardcover book in good condition. Dust jacket shows some signs of use at the edges.

Item details

Author(s):
Emlyn Williams
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
18.8 x 12.7 x 2.8 cm
Edition:
1962
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
416
Publisher:
The Reprint Society London
Title:
George: An Early Autobiography

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George: An Early Autobiography
Emlyn Williams
The Reprint Society London

"Emlyn Williams needs no introduction: playwright, actor, film star, reader-aloud of Dickens and Dylan Thomas, he is known to many continents, but 'George: An Early Autobiography' is his first venture in literature in book form. It recalls everything he felt and saw from the age of four till he reached twenty-one. This book reads as though George (being Emlyn Williams' first name) the boy was talking aloud to an unseen audience, recording the happenings, changes, thrills, disappointments and waverings of his enchanted life during those first twenty-one years." - Josephine Blumenfeld

Hardcover book in good condition. Dust jacket shows some signs of use at the edges.

Author(s):
Emlyn Williams
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
18.8 x 12.7 x 2.8 cm
Edition:
1962
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
416
Publisher:
The Reprint Society London
Title:
George: An Early Autobiography

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