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Descripción Borderline Press, Dunfermline, Fife, 1978. Soft cover. Condición: Good. This is a collection of the writings of John Cornford, a great grandson of Charles Darwin and son of a Cambridge don. He had had a stellar undergraduate career at Cambridge where his commitment to Communism flourished and deepened. He volunteered to serve in the Spanish Civil war and was killed there in 1936. Borderline press paperback, reprint of 1938 edition, with no images apart from a photo of John Cornford at the front of the book. There is a little focal bleaching of the cover. An address label is appended onto the ffep. There are some pencil annotations to the contents and some underlining on pages 151 - 155 but, as far as can be ascertained, no indelible marks. Binding good, slight bumping to spine top and bottom. Some marks on outer edge of pages and to ffep. Nº de ref. del artículo: 002959
Descripción Borderline, 1978. Paperback. Condición: GOOD. 1978. Borderline. Softback. Book- Good, spine sunned. 8x5. 250pp. Frontis. Nº de ref. del artículo: 1715654
Descripción University Labour Federation, London, 1938. Paperback. Condición: Fair. First Edition. 252pp The spine has slight loss of paper but the book is still very solid; small date stamp on cover. Originally published by Cape in 1938, this is an early reprint in the same year, the only difference being the covers. Cornford died in the Spanish Civil War aged 21. Includes memoirs by his father, brother, V Kiernan plus some of his writings, poems and material from his time in Spain. Nº de ref. del artículo: 054281
Descripción Borderline Press, Dunfermline, 1978. Paperback. Condición: Good+. 250pp Reprint of the 1938 edition. Cornford died in the Spanish Civil War aged 21. Includes memoirs by his father, brother, V Kiernan plus some of his writings, poems and material from his time in Spain. Slight wear to edge of spine. Very clean copy. Nº de ref. del artículo: 082686