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Book Description
First edition, limited to 500 copies, of which this is no. 224, an unsigned copy (20 were signed).John Carey's witty text had previously appeared in the Sunday Times in 1980, but is here illustrated by the renowned print-maker Clare Melinsky with 4 multi-coloured linocut plates and a vignette. Decorative printed pictorial boards with white cloth spine, lettered in gilt; with original clear plastic jacket. Unpaginated large octavo. Nicely designed and printed by Sebastian Carter on Arches vélin, and bound by The Fine Bindery.
Author Carey, John
Date 1989
Publisher Cambridge: Rampant Lions Press, 1989.
Condition Very Good+ (Fine book, small loss to plastic clear jacket)

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