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All But My Life

by Moss, Stirling, with Ken W. Purdy

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(London: William Kimber, 1963). 8vo; original charcoal boards, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 239; plates. A little edge-wear to dustwrapper; some fox spots to top edge. Very good condition. "Here, with no holds barred, is the frank, perceptive self-portrait of a complex and compelling personality. Stirling Moss has the fascination inherent in the man who can do one thing, whatever it may be, better than anyone else living, and, perhaps, better than anyone else who has ever lived. He is one of those who know that if life is to be fully appreciated, it must be risked, and, unlike most of that breed, he knows what goes on within himself and he can discuss it freely and openly." .


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