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Faithful Friends : Dogs in Life and Literature by  Frank (editor); Foreword by HRH Prince Michael of Kent Jackson - First U.S. Edition - 1997 - from About Books (SKU: 006087)

Faithful Friends : Dogs in Life and Literature

Faithful Friends : Dogs in Life and Literature by  Frank (editor); Foreword by HRH Prince Michael of Kent Jackson - First U.S. Edition - 1997 - from About Books (SKU: 006087)
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Faithful Friends : Dogs in Life and Literature

by Jackson, Frank (editor); Foreword by HRH Prince Michael of Kent

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New York:: Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc., 1997. A bright, shiny, clean, square, tight copy. Sharp corners. The Dust Jacket is NOT price clipped (26.00). No chips. No tears. No owner's name or bookplate. No remainder mark. Pages are crisp and clean. No underlining. No highlighting. No margin notes. Author Index. Subject Index. From the Dust Jacket: "FAITHFUL FRIENDS is a superb collection of the wonderfully diverse and prolific observations that have been recorded about dogs and their relations with us through the ages. The fruit of many years' research by a lifelong breeder and dogman, the sources here are as varied as the subjects they explore. FAITHFUL FRIENDS contains joyously funny, sometimes entrancing, often serious and informative descriptions that range from classical Greece to contemporary Britain and America, from sportsmen to breeders, philosophers to ploughmen, poets and politicians to kings. Here are the things worth saying about canine character, form and variety; friendship, fidelity and constancy; herding and hunting, rural pursuits and companionship. Many writers have commented on the camaraderie and good cheer whenever dog-lovers meet; their best work is given here. There are observations on the dog's extraordinarily acute senses and natural intelligence, and finally there are poignant and inventive epitaphs on the inevitable end of the friendship." Bound in the original gilt-lettered red boards. . First U.S. Edition. Hard Cover. Fine condition./Near Fine dust jacket.. 8vo. x, 533pp..


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Faithful Friends : Dogs in Life and Literature
Jackson, Frank (editor); Foreword by HRH Prince Michael of Kent
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Used - Fine condition.
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Near Fine dust jacket.
First U.S. Edition
Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc.
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New York:
Date Published
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Dogs; Sporting Books / Guns / Hunting / Fishing;
8vo. x, 533pp.

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