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Another Voice: An Alternative Anatomy of Britain by  Auberon Waugh - Signed First Edition - 1986 - from Knickerbocker Books and

Another Voice: An Alternative Anatomy of Britain

by Waugh, Auberon

Condition: Fine/Very Good+

London: Firethorn Press/Waterstone & Co., Ltd, 1986. 1986 Edition, printing unstated. SIGNED BY WAUGH, in black ink, on title page. FINE in VERY GOOD+ price intact dust jacket. A crisp, clean, otherwise unmarked copy; tightly bound in black hardcover, title gilt stamped on spine. Pages and cover are fresh and unworn. Pictorial color jacket (illustration by Willie Rushton) is clean complete, price intact on front flap (in British pounds). Jacket slightly shelf rubbed, some light creases at edges and a few tiny spots to reverse side of top edge. Note that publisher logo printed on jacket spine is that of Sidgwick & Jackson. Jacket is in a clear archival protector. Binding and hinges tight, intact and straight. Love him or hate him, you will love reading him. Auberon Waugh, the son of Evelyn Waugh, was a renowned journalist and political commentator, as well as a novelist. 6-1/4 x 9-1/2"; 221 pages . Signed by Author. First British Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good+.


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