Very Good- in Not issued jacket. Softcover uncorrected proof. Has a few proofreader's marks, and the name of the previous owner, a literary agency. No other markings. Slight cover wear and age-toning to the text block. Ships in a box. Ships from NYC.
Very Good ++ Dustjacket Very Good ++ 9 1/2" Tall By 6 1/2" Wide. 164 pages. Dustjacket has one tear of 1.5cm to bottom spine-end with small creases (taped), minimal other wear. Book has light wear to spine-ends. Ink name to flyleaf. Text is spotless & hardly used. Very nice condition.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. An investigation into the current state of fox-hunting which aims to give a balanced and fair assessment of the facts, looking at the arguments of its advocates and opponents. The author looks at ancient rituals, superstitions and satanic legends of the hunt. Oddities of hunting terminology are explained along with the latest on etiquette and snobberies-such as the use Prince Charles made of pink elastic. Other topics discussed include adultery and the hunt, the function of gaudy orange foundation make-up and the "blooding" of children. Mark on ffep, else fine. Errata slip laid in.
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