Very good in very good dust jacket. 260 p. Includes Photographs. Audience: General/trade; Professional and scholarly. SOUTH AFRICA: THE STRUCTURE OF THINGS THEN Oxf. Univ. Press, Cape Town 1998, 1st ed. 260pp. 275 x 310mm hardback with dust wrapper. Removable mylar sleeve. Map on end papers. Full page B/W photographs from p. 35 to 177 Pages clean, binding tight. dust jacket is slightly curled at edges, slight marks & rippling on first page where inscription has been removed, otherwise condition: very good.
Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 0195716310. Hardcover first printing with dustjacket, large format, an attractive copy with minor flaws only: mild rubbing at the corners of the cloth is the only remarkable book flaw, binding is tight, clean inside and out, the jacket has some rubbing to the glossy surface as it only flaw, it is clean and presentable and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included, "In 136 powerfully evocative black and white photographs Goldblatt critically probes the relationships between South African structures and the forces that shaped the society from 1652 to 1990, a period he calls the Era of Baasskap or White Domination"
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