1918 The Land: A Plea
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding
A first edition of John Galsworthy's essay on Britain's use of its land. John Galsworthy was an English novelist and playwright, best known for his trilogy The Forstye Saga. As well as winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1932, Galsworthy also campaigned for a wide range of causes including animal welfare, prison reform, and worker's rights. In the present volume Galsworthy argues for better utilisation of the land for both efficiency and national security, and offers insight into the mindset of Britain at the end of the First World War.
In the publisher's original illustrated wraps. Externally, rather smart. Very lightly bumped to the head of the spine, with a very small tear to the bottom edge of the front wrap. Internally, firmly bound, with bright and clean pages throughout.
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