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Dawn in Lyonesse

£14.99

Product description

First edition 1938, third printing. Signed, dated and inscribed by the author on the title page. Green cloth hard covers, gilt panel along the spine with titles. The boards have a couple of small pale marks, some light water marks, fading on the spine and adjacent to it, rubbing at the top of the spine. Illustrated endpapers with some foxing and a damp stain near the lower corners of the front pastedown and first free endpaper. Binding is sound, no other inscriptions in the text. Very readable. Ellen at the Inn at Tintagel, Cornwall, finds her life dominated by the old legends which surround her, in particular the haunting legend of Tristram and Isolde. Her one regret is her inability to share her perception and new found appreciation with her sweetheart, and when eventually she gets her wish, it is through a method of fulfilment that heals while it wounds.

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Signed and inscribed by the author
Author(s):
Chase, Mary Ellen
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1938
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
115
Publisher:
The Macmillan Company

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About this item

First edition 1938, third printing. Signed, dated and inscribed by the author on the title page. Green cloth hard covers, gilt panel along the spine with titles. The boards have a couple of small pale marks, some light water marks, fading on the spine and adjacent to it, rubbing at the top of the spine. Illustrated endpapers with some foxing and a damp stain near the lower corners of the front pastedown and first free endpaper. Binding is sound, no other inscriptions in the text. Very readable. Ellen at the Inn at Tintagel, Cornwall, finds her life dominated by the old legends which surround her, in particular the haunting legend of Tristram and Isolde. Her one regret is her inability to share her perception and new found appreciation with her sweetheart, and when eventually she gets her wish, it is through a method of fulfilment that heals while it wounds.

Added value:
Signed and inscribed by the author
Author(s):
Chase, Mary Ellen
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1938
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
115
Publisher:
The Macmillan Company

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