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Book Description

Published by Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1965. 1st edition. very good plus black cloth. Very good plus pictorial dust jacket as issued. Internally very good. One or two spots to the text black fore edge.
Dealer Notes
Accident," Nicholas Mosley's brilliantly conceived and efficiently structured novel about Oxford University and environs, is a prose poem about marriage and infidelity, as well as the relationship between writing and existence, imagination and action. It is a study of the games academics play both with their students and with themselves, on campus and off, in bed or on the cricket fields or baronial halls of the landed gentry. By probing the mind of one philosopher-don, Stephen, who has second thoughts about what constitutes an "accident," Mosley gives us an unforgettable view of life at the top or tip of the academic heights, in addition to a moving story of love and betrayal.
Author Mosley, Nicholas
Date 1965
Binding Cloth
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
Illustrator N/A
Condition Very Good Plus
Pages 191

Price: £125.00

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