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Frederick Muller Ltd, London - first edition, 1965. hardcover, 5½" x 8", with dust jacket. Original price (three digits) written in ballpoint on endpaper. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. 'Signor Roy' - as the peasants call him - is the author's account of his quitting a safe job in London and moving to the depressed rural heartland of North-west Italy; here he formed the first agricultural producers' co-operative, opened shops, tutorial libraries and even an agricultural technical college. Roy met great resistance from the authorities, and was hauled before the courts three times. Hastie's adventures and misadventures provide fascinating reading. Photo frontispiece.