Good/Wraps. Mass market paperback, good condition, w. smwht rubbed wraps, sme marks. Lt tanning, sme lt soil on r. Ltly bumped and bent fr corners, ltly bumped r. corners. Smwht tanned p. edges, sme lt soil. Remainder mark on top. Smwht tanned ins wraps, a few ltly tanned pp. Clean, tight, unmarked.
Very Good. 0195200144 This book is shelved in the Indian History section of our retail store and may require extra shipping time-Crisp clean unmarked unread paperback with light shelfwear to the covers. NICE!
Good+ 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Former Owner Signature The autobiography of a man in India, blind since birth and growing up during the last years of British rule, the tragedy of Partition, the conflicts between Muslims and Hindus, his journey to a new life in the United states, much more, reflecting the anguish of being blind amidst all these changes and sufferings, offering hope and insights to the modern world. Softcover, glossary, 295pp., card covers show light general wear, small old sticker to rear panel.
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