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Book Description
FIRST EDITION. 8vo, pp. 59, [5 catalogue]. Green cloth, gilt lettering to spine (faded) and upper board. Spine sunned, extremities bruised, creasing and small red blotch to front board. Top edge dusty, others with a few spots. POI to ffep and PO inscription to title page. Else, clean and tidy.
Dealer Notes
South African autodidact and banker, Francis Carey Slater (1976-1958) is perhaps best known today for his attempt to forge an indigenous English poetic idiom. His work to ‘acclimatise’ English poetry to South Africa began with this 1924 collection. Jisc LHD lists copies held by BL, Cambridge and UoYork.
Author SLATER, Francis Carey
Date 1924
Publisher Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons
Condition Very good

Price: £40.00

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