Savrola (in French)

Churchill, Winston S.

Editorial: Editions du Rocher, Monaco, 1948
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Softcover in standard paperback format, 243 pages. Book is crisp and unused, with many of the gatherings never cut open. The pulpy paper is well browned and spotted. (A3FR.2). N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Savrola (in French)
Editorial: Editions du Rocher, Monaco, 1948

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Winston S. Churchill
Editorial: A La Voile Latine (1950)
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Descripción A La Voile Latine, 1950. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. Copy #835 of 950. The uncut sheets are held loosely in cream card wrappers. The wrappers are clean and undamaged, showing just a little age-toning. Inside the contents are clean, unmarked, and undamaged. Colored frontispiece and 22 four colour illustrations by Andre Collot acting as chapter heads. "This magnificent edition is overlooked by many collectors because it is not in English. They are missing a great deal. No serious Churchill library is complete without it". (Richard Langworth in 'A Connoisseur's Guide to the Books of Sir Winston Churchill'). Please see the associated images. All the images for our listings are of the actual book you are purchasing. We do NOT use stock images. Despite being the third of Churchill's works to be published 'Savrola' was actually the first that he started writing, in the summer of 1897. However, since both 'The Story of the Malakand Field Force' and 'The River War' dealt with far more topical subjects they took priority on the schedule, and 'Savrola' was not published until the end of 1899. It is also tempting to think that the kind of reputation Churchill was seeking from his writing was far better served by accounts of the campaigns he was serving in. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that Churchill poured his maturing political philosophy into the character of his hero Savrola. It has been argued that this lifts the novel from the 'Ruritanian romance' genre and makes it one of Churchill's most significant literary efforts. Text in French. Nº de ref. de la librería NT002644

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Winston S. Churchill
Editorial: A La Voile Latine (1950)
Usado Soft cover Cantidad: 1
Librería
Nineveh & Tyre
(Ashburn, VA, Estados Unidos de America)
Valoración
[?]

Descripción A La Voile Latine, 1950. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. Copy #37 of 950. The uncut sheets are held loosely in cream card wrappers. The wrappers are clean, retaining the original glassine covers. There is a 2 inch split to the bottom front hinge. Inside the contents are clean, unmarked, and undamaged. Colored frontispiece and 22 four colour illustrations by Andre Collot acting as chapter heads. "This magnificent edition is overlooked by many collectors because it is not in English. They are missing a great deal. No serious Churchill library is complete without it". (Richard Langworth in 'A Connoisseur's Guide to the Books of Sir Winston Churchill'). Please see the associated images. All the images for our listings are of the actual book you are purchasing. We do NOT use stock images. Despite being the third of Churchill's works to be published 'Savrola' was actually the first that he started writing, in the summer of 1897. However, since both 'The Story of the Malakand Field Force' and 'The River War' dealt with far more topical subjects they took priority on the schedule, and 'Savrola' was not published until the end of 1899. It is also tempting to think that the kind of reputation Churchill was seeking from his writing was far better served by accounts of the campaigns he was serving in. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that Churchill poured his maturing political philosophy into the character of his hero Savrola. It has been argued that this lifts the novel from the 'Ruritanian romance' genre and makes it one of Churchill's most significant literary efforts. Text in French. Nº de ref. de la librería NT002643

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Winston S. Churchill
Editorial: A La Voile Latine (1950)
Usado Soft cover Cantidad: 1
Librería
Nineveh & Tyre
(Ashburn, VA, Estados Unidos de America)
Valoración
[?]

Descripción A La Voile Latine, 1950. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. opy #198 of 950. The uncut sheets are held loosely in cream wrappers, within a pale grey card chemise in matching card slip-case. The wrappers are clean and undamaged, retaining the original glassine covers. Colored frontispiece and 22 four color illustrations by Andre Collot acting as chapter heads. The slip-case shows minor wear and rubbing, with a little discoloration, but is in overall very good condition. "This magnificent edition is overlooked by many collectors because it is not in English. They are missing a great deal. No serious Churchill library is complete without it". (Richard Langworth in 'A Connoisseur's Guide to the Books of Sir Winston Churchill'). Please see the associated images. All the images for our listings are of the actual book you are purchasing. We do NOT use stock images. Despite being the third of Churchill's works to be published 'Savrola' was actually the first that he started writing, in the summer of 1897. However, since both 'The Story of the Malakand Field Force' and 'The River War' dealt with far more topical subjects they took priority on the schedule, and 'Savrola' was not published until the end of 1899. It is also tempting to think that the kind of reputation Churchill was seeking from his writing was far better served by accounts of the campaigns he was serving in. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that Churchill poured his maturing political philosophy into the character of his hero Savrola. It has been argued that this lifts the novel from the 'Ruritanian romance' genre and makes it one of Churchill's most significant literary efforts. Text in French. Nº de ref. de la librería NT002636

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