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Ah, But Your Land is Beautiful: A Novel (South Africa Apartheid), by Alan Paton - First Edition

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Ah, But Your Land is Beautiful: A Novel (South Africa Apartheid), by Alan Paton - First Edition Ah, But Your Land is Beautiful: A Novel (South Africa Apartheid), by Alan Paton - First Edition

SYNOPSIS:  271 pages. This novel is set in the 1950s, the time of the Passive Resistance campaign, the Sophiatown removals, the emergence of the South African Liberal Party, and the early stages of the Nationalists government in power. In a series of vivid and compelling episodes, Paton explores the day-to-day experiences of a group of sharply contrasted men and women involved in and overtaken by these political events. Paton (1903-1988) was a writer and educator from South Africa; his books explain the effects of apartheid in his country. His most popular book is "Cry, the Beloved Country" from 1948. This book was one of his later efforts;

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Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York.  1982 First
(American) edition with full number line.

Format: Hardback with dust jacket and mylar overwrap. EX LIB.

Condition: Ex Lib with associated markings, stampings, redactions, card jacket, removed pages with card jacket, etc. Jacket in Good condition with little signs of wear due to mylar protector. Flaps unclipped with $12.95 retail shown. Volume in Good condition. Brown cloth boards with gold foil lettering. Occasional page corner crease. No markings (other than ex lib), tears, or flaws noted. Tightly bound.
Photos illustrate condition of overall volume.

See Grading Scale page for explanation of grades. Photos of any obvious condition issues will be provided.

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