Vita Sackville-West is known as much for her creation of the gardens at Sissinghurst Castle as for her numerous novels, poems and gardening articles. ...Show synopsisVita Sackville-West is known as much for her creation of the gardens at Sissinghurst Castle as for her numerous novels, poems and gardening articles. Written in 1926, The Land is a nostalgic celebration of the Kentish countryside through the seasons. It won the Hawthornden Prize and sold over 100,000 copies.Hide synopsis
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo 7.75-9.75'' tall. Nice Firm...Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo 7.75-9.75'' tall. Nice Firm copy! Light general wear. Jacket has light edge wear. Large previous owner gift notation. 107 pages.
Description:Plank, George. Very Good. The book has been read, but is in...Plank, George. Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 107 p. Contains: Illustrations.
Description:Used-Good. This book is in good condition. All pages are intact...Used-Good. This book is in good condition. All pages are intact, there are no tears to the book and the book is nice and clean. The pages might be slightly dog eared through previous use and textbooks might have a small amount of highlighting but nothing which will obstruct getting the maximum out of the book. Customers are protected by 100% refund guarantee if they are not happy.
Description:96p., 7x5 inch cocoa-brown cloth boards with printed paper label...96p., 7x5 inch cocoa-brown cloth boards with printed paper label, in plain printed dust jacket. First published 1926, this the 14th re-impression. Back cover is creased with an irregular welt, mild edgewear with slight turning of corners; top edge is dust-soiled. Jacket is tanned and edgeworn with shallow chipping along the head and top margin, spine panel is so dark that red titling is hard to read. A generally clean sound copy. "I sing the cycle of my country's year, " first line, Virgil all the way to the end. "Marl and dung." Much-reprinted, surprisingly; expect pastoral Kent a la The Georgics, with probably a few zingers beneath the politicized (or merely patriotic) John Clare stuff.
Description:Used-Very Good. VG hardback (no dust jacket) Windmill Library...Used-Very Good. VG hardback (no dust jacket) Windmill Library edition. Owner's name on front free end paper; a few spots of foxing; binding tight.
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