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Near Fine Condition in Near Fine jacket. First edition, second printing (states "reprinted 1990"). A very good copy, tightly bound, clean pages age tanned at the edges, bright, unclipped jacket with only very light shelf wear. Dying of cancer, Elizabeth Curren writes a testament to her "lost" daughter, now living in America. Her account describes her relationship with the tramp, Vercueil, who becomes her silent companion and confessor as she tries to make her peace with the world. The novel is an anguished lament for a country on the cusp of change and for all children lost to South Africa's age of iron. 184 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Fiction; ISBN/EAN: 9780436200120. Inventory No: dscf3930.
Fine. Very Good Dust Jacket. Price clipped dust jacket. No gift in scription or highlighting inside. the pages are yellow from the age. first UK edition printed in 1990. Large Heavy Books May Need More Payment For Overseas Delivery.
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