Title What Did It Mean?
Book Condition Very Good in Fair dust wrapper
Edition First US Edition
Size 346 pages
Publisher NY Knopf 1954
Seller ID 7340
Red cloth covers clean but faintly sunned at bumped spine ends, one bottom corner bumped; no binding problems. Pages age browned but not brittle (seen before in this edition), top painted edge faded and dusty, decorated endpapers lightly soiled; interior pages clean. Price clipped dust wrapper with wonderful Cosgrave II illustration and flap photograph of author in her black lace mantilla in rather fragile condition. Sunned spine, edgewear, chips and closed tears, white rear panel age browned and lightly soiled. Now in protective sleeve as are all our dust wrappers. ; Life in Barsetshire during the Coronation Year includes Pageants, Entertainments, and a bit of romance.; Image is actual copy on offer.
British Woman Author, Novel, England, Village Life, Barsetshire