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The Major

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Product description

Ralph Connor, is the pseudonym of Charles William Gordon, (1860 -1937) a Canadian Presbyterian minister and writer of numerous popular novels that combine religious messages, wholesome sentiment, and adventure.
This is a first edition of this World War One novel of a young Canadian soldier. Connor himself served on the Western Front during the war as a Major and Chaplain of the 43rd Cameron Highlanders from Canada.
The book is in a reasonable condition. The board and spine are firm and strong, there is some wear to the edge of the spine. Binding is very good and all pages are firm and clear though a little faded. The owner's signature is on the flyleaf.

Item details

Author(s):
Ralph Connor
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
18 x 11.5 cm
Edition:
1917
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
254
Publisher:
London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1917
Title:
The Major

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Ralph Connor, is the pseudonym of Charles William Gordon, (1860 -1937) a Canadian Presbyterian minister and writer of numerous popular novels that combine religious messages, wholesome sentiment, and adventure.
This is a first edition of this World War One novel of a young Canadian soldier. Connor himself served on the Western Front during the war as a Major and Chaplain of the 43rd Cameron Highlanders from Canada.
The book is in a reasonable condition. The board and spine are firm and strong, there is some wear to the edge of the spine. Binding is very good and all pages are firm and clear though a little faded. The owner's signature is on the flyleaf.

Author(s):
Ralph Connor
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
18 x 11.5 cm
Edition:
1917
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
254
Publisher:
London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1917
Title:
The Major

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