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The History Of Street Literature By Leslie Shepard. Published By David And Charles 1973 First Edition with d/j

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The History of Street literature by Leslie Shepard. Published By David And Charles. 1973 first edition hardback book with dustjacket. 238 pages. The laminated dustjacket is in fair condition, having been reinforced and repaired at some point. It is showing signs of significant shelf wear with some rubbing. The cover, in brown boards, is in good condition. Internally the front end paper is somewhat creased. There is some fading to the page block edge. Other than that the book is in a good condition commensurate with age. The pages and illustrations are clean and bright and there are no other tears, creases or marks. An interesting read looking into street literature and it's influence amongst the poor.

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Author(s):
Leslie Shepherd
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
238
Publisher:
David and Charles
Title:
The history of street literature

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The History of Street literature by Leslie Shepard. Published By David And Charles. 1973 first edition hardback book with dustjacket. 238 pages. The laminated dustjacket is in fair condition, having been reinforced and repaired at some point. It is showing signs of significant shelf wear with some rubbing. The cover, in brown boards, is in good condition. Internally the front end paper is somewhat creased. There is some fading to the page block edge. Other than that the book is in a good condition commensurate with age. The pages and illustrations are clean and bright and there are no other tears, creases or marks. An interesting read looking into street literature and it's influence amongst the poor.

Author(s):
Leslie Shepherd
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
238
Publisher:
David and Charles
Title:
The history of street literature

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