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George Gibbs: The Yellow Dove

£14.99

Product description

Published D. Appleton & Co. (1929). Hardback without dust jacket. Fair copy. Previous owner has sellotaped spine and inside page/frontispiece. Also sellotaped pages 106-109, 120-123. Cover worn and frayed at the edges. The hinges are damaged but the pages are secure to the binding. Text is clean and unmarked.

Prelude excerpt:
"Rifts of sullen gray in the dirty veil of vapor beyond the reaches of dunes, where the sea in long lines of white, like the ghostly hosts of lost regiments, clamored along the sand...

"A soughing wind, a shrieking of sea-birds, audible in pauses between the faraway crackle of rifle-fire and the deep reverberations of artillery - familiar music to ears trained by long listening. A shrill scream of flying shrapnel, a distant crash and then a tense hush..."

Item details

Author(s):
George Gibbs
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
12mo
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
331
Publisher:
D. Appleton & Co.
Title:
The Yellow Dove

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About this item

Published D. Appleton & Co. (1929). Hardback without dust jacket. Fair copy. Previous owner has sellotaped spine and inside page/frontispiece. Also sellotaped pages 106-109, 120-123. Cover worn and frayed at the edges. The hinges are damaged but the pages are secure to the binding. Text is clean and unmarked.

Prelude excerpt:
"Rifts of sullen gray in the dirty veil of vapor beyond the reaches of dunes, where the sea in long lines of white, like the ghostly hosts of lost regiments, clamored along the sand...

"A soughing wind, a shrieking of sea-birds, audible in pauses between the faraway crackle of rifle-fire and the deep reverberations of artillery - familiar music to ears trained by long listening. A shrill scream of flying shrapnel, a distant crash and then a tense hush..."

Author(s):
George Gibbs
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
12mo
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
331
Publisher:
D. Appleton & Co.
Title:
The Yellow Dove

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