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Muggeridge

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Product description

This first edition, signed book is in very good condition. The dust jacket is lightly worn at the top, but is otherise clean and intact. Inside, the pages are clean, bright, and intact, with black and white photographs. It has also been signed by the author, Richard Ingrams, on the title page.

'Panorama' frontman, deputy editor of the 'Telegraph', editor of 'Punch'; a fervent socialist who was one of the first to open the West's eyes to the horrors of Stalinism; a deeply religious man whose faith waxed and waned until he once more re-entered the Catholic church; Malcolm Muggeridge was one of the greatest commentators and personalities of post-war Britain, and his love of England, his deep feeling for English literature, his humour, his fierce independence of opinion and his deep suspicion of political messiahs make him a fascinating subject for a biography.

Item details

Added value:
signed
Author(s):
Richard Ingrams
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
16 x 24 x 3.5 cm
Edition:
1
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0002556103
ISBN-13:
9780002556101
Number of pages:
266
Publisher:
HarperCollins (1955)

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This first edition, signed book is in very good condition. The dust jacket is lightly worn at the top, but is otherise clean and intact. Inside, the pages are clean, bright, and intact, with black and white photographs. It has also been signed by the author, Richard Ingrams, on the title page.

'Panorama' frontman, deputy editor of the 'Telegraph', editor of 'Punch'; a fervent socialist who was one of the first to open the West's eyes to the horrors of Stalinism; a deeply religious man whose faith waxed and waned until he once more re-entered the Catholic church; Malcolm Muggeridge was one of the greatest commentators and personalities of post-war Britain, and his love of England, his deep feeling for English literature, his humour, his fierce independence of opinion and his deep suspicion of political messiahs make him a fascinating subject for a biography.

Added value:
signed
Author(s):
Richard Ingrams
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
16 x 24 x 3.5 cm
Edition:
1
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0002556103
ISBN-13:
9780002556101
Number of pages:
266
Publisher:
HarperCollins (1955)

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