Various Artists. Very Good in Good jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Illustrated with mostly B&W art reproductions, one fold-out in color. Pages  clean, unmarked, binding tight and square. Black boards, bright gilt lettering, minimal shelf wear. NON price-clipped DJ [$ 26.00] in new archival mylar, clean, colors bright, edge wear and a little general wear, crease at front flap. Small red dot at bottom page edges. An account of two ambiguous deaths: the first, that of General James Wolfe at the battle of Quebec in 1759; the second, in 1849, that of George Parkman, an eccentric Boston brahmin whose murder by an impecunious Harvard professor in 1849 was a grisly reproach to the moral sanctity of his society. Out of these stories Schama creates a vital work of historical imagination [librarypoint]. Media Mail, US Priority & some International Priority shipping include free tracking information.
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