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Pests by Len Deighton. Limited edition.

£20.00

Product description

C. J. Martin, Mansfield Woodhouse, 1994, Standard edition. Hardback, bound in dark blue cloth with title in silver on spine and front board; slim 8vo., 51 pp; glassine wrapper. This edition was limited to 150 copies numbered from 51 - 200; this is number 180. Book condition: VG, would be Fine but for a small mark (greasepaint?) on the bottom edge of the front paste-down. Glassine wrapper shows slight handling wear, but undamaged. Preface by the author includes: "The theme of the play is that people who teach tolerance, equality and generosity are not always the ones who practice such things. While people who seem from their conversation to be abrasive, caustic, intolerant bigots can be thoughtful, benevolent and generous".

Item details

Added value:
Number 180 of limited edition
Author(s):
Deighton, Len
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
140 mm x 220 mm
Edition:
Standard edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0952355809
Number of pages:
51
Publisher:
Chris Martin
Title:
Pests

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C. J. Martin, Mansfield Woodhouse, 1994, Standard edition. Hardback, bound in dark blue cloth with title in silver on spine and front board; slim 8vo., 51 pp; glassine wrapper. This edition was limited to 150 copies numbered from 51 - 200; this is number 180. Book condition: VG, would be Fine but for a small mark (greasepaint?) on the bottom edge of the front paste-down. Glassine wrapper shows slight handling wear, but undamaged. Preface by the author includes: "The theme of the play is that people who teach tolerance, equality and generosity are not always the ones who practice such things. While people who seem from their conversation to be abrasive, caustic, intolerant bigots can be thoughtful, benevolent and generous".

Added value:
Number 180 of limited edition
Author(s):
Deighton, Len
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
140 mm x 220 mm
Edition:
Standard edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0952355809
Number of pages:
51
Publisher:
Chris Martin
Title:
Pests

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