When We Become Men.

Mitchison (Naomi)

When We Become Men.

Description: FIRST EDITION, pp. 255, crown 8vo, original green and red boards, backstrip lettered in gilt, a touch of faint waterstaining at foot, textblock edges slightly toned, dustjacket by James Leech, some very light soiling with a touch of colour-bleed from boards to bottom corner of rear panel, very good

Publication Details: Collins, 1965

Notes: Inscribed by the author on the flyleaf: 'For all the family, with love N.' African themes dominated Mitchison's work during this decade, concentrated particularly on the Bakgatla people of Botswana, to whom she became a 'tribal mother' (ODNB); the present novel concerns political tensions in southern Africa.

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Price: £120

Subject: Modern First Edition

Published Date: 1965

Stock Number: 68213

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