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Frozen Glory

£19.99

Product description

'Frozen Glory' was the fourth play by Leslie and Sewell Stokes. First performed at the Gate Theatre Studio on 10 February 1938, it was about polar exploration.

The Stokes brothers collaborated in writing plays, but it was Sewell Stokes (1902-1979) who had the more prominent profile, being a novelist, biographer, playwright, screenwriter, broadcaster and prison visitor. His brother Leslie was an actor, and in later life a BBC radio producer; for many years they shared a flat overlooking the British Museum.

This paperback book is in good condition for its age, but does have a prominent stain on the front cover, which shows through on the inside, but does not penetrate into the book itself. There are few signs of shelf wear or use, apart from a little grubbiness to the top edge and bottom R/H corner, and some wrinkling to the spine. Internally the first (blank) page has '72' written in pencil, but otherwise the pages are all clean and bright, and the binding is firm.

Item details

Added value:
1st edition thus
Author(s):
Stokes, L. & Stokes, S.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
18.5 x 12.5 x 1.0 cm
Edition:
1938
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
98
Publisher:
Secker & Warburg
Title:
Frozen Glory

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About this item

'Frozen Glory' was the fourth play by Leslie and Sewell Stokes. First performed at the Gate Theatre Studio on 10 February 1938, it was about polar exploration.

The Stokes brothers collaborated in writing plays, but it was Sewell Stokes (1902-1979) who had the more prominent profile, being a novelist, biographer, playwright, screenwriter, broadcaster and prison visitor. His brother Leslie was an actor, and in later life a BBC radio producer; for many years they shared a flat overlooking the British Museum.

This paperback book is in good condition for its age, but does have a prominent stain on the front cover, which shows through on the inside, but does not penetrate into the book itself. There are few signs of shelf wear or use, apart from a little grubbiness to the top edge and bottom R/H corner, and some wrinkling to the spine. Internally the first (blank) page has '72' written in pencil, but otherwise the pages are all clean and bright, and the binding is firm.

Added value:
1st edition thus
Author(s):
Stokes, L. & Stokes, S.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
18.5 x 12.5 x 1.0 cm
Edition:
1938
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
98
Publisher:
Secker & Warburg
Title:
Frozen Glory

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