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A Seat at the Circus. by Antony Hippisley Coxe - Signed First Edition - 1980 - from Roz Hulse and Biblio.co.uk

A Seat at the Circus.

by Antony Hippisley Coxe

Condition: Good/Good


Hippisley Coxe, Antony. A Seat at the Circus. Connecticut, Archon Books. 1980. Revised Edition. 8vo. Red cloth with unclipped dustwrapper. PP258. Illustrated throughout. With author's inscription to Poet Arnold Rattenbury. With Arnold Rattenbury's signature in front free end paper. Dustwrapper a little bumped, edges lightly foxed. All pages and binding clean and bright throughout. Arnold Rattenbury (1946-2007) was an innovative exhibition designer, a critic and an original, lyrical poet of the heroic age of British Communism.




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