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A positively final appearance

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ALEC GUINNESS

A POSITIVELY FINAL APPEARANCE - A journal 1996-1998

Following the success of My Name Escapes Me, this is Alec Guinness' journal of the 18 months after the summer of 1996. Sir Alec reports on local and national matters with varying degrees of acerbity and affection.

Fine condition, looks unread SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
Bumped top front right hand corner
Pen mark to spine
Some yellowing and foxing to the upper edge of book otherwis unmarked

Item details

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Alec Guinness
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0241137888
ISBN-13:
9780241137888
Publisher:
Hamish Hamilton
Title:
A Positively Final Appearance

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ALEC GUINNESS

A POSITIVELY FINAL APPEARANCE - A journal 1996-1998

Following the success of My Name Escapes Me, this is Alec Guinness' journal of the 18 months after the summer of 1996. Sir Alec reports on local and national matters with varying degrees of acerbity and affection.

Fine condition, looks unread SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
Bumped top front right hand corner
Pen mark to spine
Some yellowing and foxing to the upper edge of book otherwis unmarked

PLU:
0
Author(s):
Alec Guinness
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0241137888
ISBN-13:
9780241137888
Publisher:
Hamish Hamilton
Title:
A Positively Final Appearance

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