1973. Macdonald. first edition. VG. dj VG, protective covered. 10x7. 182pp. frontis, b/w illus in text. Ex-libris. A positive, moving biography in which Livingstone speaks for himself through his own writings, revealing a man who fell in love with Africa without condescending to it.
Very Good in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Reveals a picture of a man who, perhaps uniquely among those who opened up Africa, fell in love with Africa without condescending to it. Clean, bright copy in an unclipped d/w showing light shelfwear & tear-182 pages. Next post dispatch.
1973. Macdonald. First. VG, gilt titles on spine. 10x7. 182pp. B/w frontis. 9 b/w illustrations. Fold-up map. Excerpts from Livingstone's writings that give a 'Dawn View' of Africa and the traveller's admirable efforts in race relations.
Fine in Very Good jacket. Book No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal retail handling to dust jacket and inset map; Still Gift Quality. ---First Edition-First Printing---Dust Jacket in new clear protective Mylar sleeve. -----Illustrated with B/W drawings. Fold-out map drawn by Livingstone unique in that many place names are no longer used. --A selection of writings by David Livingstone selected to present a man who fell in love with Africa and did not condescend as many Europeans of the time did. --4to; 10.25 inches tall, 182 pages.
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