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Everychild by W F Almond

£17.99

Product description

A play containing 15 characters that deals with 'Everyboy' and 'Everygirl' and their discussions with various moral issues, including 'Doubt', 'Terror', 'Failure', 'Joy' and 'Death'. It is designed to be sincere and deliver a messgae of Christian morality.
The book itself is in a great condition. It is in a black paperback cover with gilded gold lettering on the front. There is a little wear on the cover that is consistent with its age. There is a little damage to the inside front cover, where the paper is peeling away from the spine, but the binding is in a good condition. The first page has been signed by the author and dated 1948. It has also been signed by the cast of the play, both in 1947 and in 1952. Two other signatures are dated 1960 and 1961. There are a few pages with notes written in ink, which look like additions to the script. There is some foxing on the pages towards the end of the book, but it is only noticable on the back page.
Despite clearly being well used, this book is in a great condition. It has been cared for and the signatures of the author and cast make this an interesting piece for anyone who collects signatures or enjoys reading about morality, religion or plays.

Item details

Added value:
Signed copy
Author(s):
W F Almond
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
12 mo
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
56
Publisher:
Buckley & Bland
Title:
Everychild: A Morality Play

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About this item

A play containing 15 characters that deals with 'Everyboy' and 'Everygirl' and their discussions with various moral issues, including 'Doubt', 'Terror', 'Failure', 'Joy' and 'Death'. It is designed to be sincere and deliver a messgae of Christian morality.
The book itself is in a great condition. It is in a black paperback cover with gilded gold lettering on the front. There is a little wear on the cover that is consistent with its age. There is a little damage to the inside front cover, where the paper is peeling away from the spine, but the binding is in a good condition. The first page has been signed by the author and dated 1948. It has also been signed by the cast of the play, both in 1947 and in 1952. Two other signatures are dated 1960 and 1961. There are a few pages with notes written in ink, which look like additions to the script. There is some foxing on the pages towards the end of the book, but it is only noticable on the back page.
Despite clearly being well used, this book is in a great condition. It has been cared for and the signatures of the author and cast make this an interesting piece for anyone who collects signatures or enjoys reading about morality, religion or plays.

Added value:
Signed copy
Author(s):
W F Almond
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
12 mo
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
56
Publisher:
Buckley & Bland
Title:
Everychild: A Morality Play

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