South of Capricornia : Short Stories 1925-1934 By Xavier Herbert

By: Herbert, Xavier

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South of Capricornia : Short Stories 1925-1934 By Xavier Herbert by Herbert, Xavier (Edited By McDougall, Russell)
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Australia: Oxford University Press, 1990. 1st edition. HC with dustwrap - blue cloth. Illustrations. Over 20 stories never before published in book form & several never before published. By providing a brief intro to every story & a general intro to the collection, McDougall has framed the stories in terms of an overarching narrative of the author's life & literary career before 'Capricornia'. 476pgs. Dw has a touch of wear to spine heel & cnrs o/w clean & bright. Gutter between frontis & title pg has the slightest pull o/w contents clean, tight & unmarked, cloth clean, binding firm. VG+/VG dw.. First Edition. Cloth. Very Good/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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