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William Collins (Overseas), Sydney - first edition, 1949. hardcover, 5¾" x 8¼", lacking jacket. Pages beginning to discolour. Binding is sound. Book in GOOD condition. Eighteen b&w photographs. Written by Australia's opening batsman in days of yore, in which he finds human weakness in great men; he is outspoken about body-line bowling and bouncers; he turns a critical eye on the weakness of English cricket and prescribes the strenghtening tonic; he brings the rich stores of his knowledge to the discussion of all matters connected with cricket; and he writes (as he played) both fearlessly and convincingly. And he salutes The Don, too!