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Cobbett's America: A Selection from the Writings of William Cobbett

by Cobbett, William (edited by J. E. Morpurgo)

Condition: Fine/Slipcase in very good condition


London: Folio Society, 1985. Hardback. Fine/Slipcase in very good condition. Folio Society, London, 1985. Book condition: fine and unread. Slight amount of fade to coloured top edge adjacent to spine. Original slipcase in very good condition. Even in an age not yet besotted with specialisation Cobbett's versatility was remarkable. Soldier, agronomist, grammarian, moral counsellor, historian, popular educator, editor, journalist, parliamentarian and author: he was all of these and such was his genius for controversy and such his boldness that in none could he be ignored.

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