1889 Micah Clarke
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Second Edition. The book follows the exploits of Conan Doyle's fictional character Micah Clarke. It is a bildungsroman whose protagonist begins as a boy seeking adventure in a rather romantic and naive way, falls under the influence of an older and vastly experienced, world-weary soldier of fortune, and becomes a grown up after numerous experiences, some of them very harrowing. In the process the book also records much of the history of the Monmouth Rebellion, but from the point of view of someone living in 17th century England. Much of the focus is upon the religious dimension of the conflict.
In a cloth binding. Externally sound. Some light marks and bumping to the boards. Spine is cocked. Bookplate of Grinstead's Circulating Library to front pastedown. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright, though with some scattered patched of foxing.
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