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Consider the lilies; the Foxglove saga; Path of dalliance (3 novels)

£24.99

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3 novels by Auberon Waugh.

1 Consider the lilies. "Its hero is an articulate, engaging young clergyman burdened with a wife whom he has learned to endure. . ." Hardback first edition. Published 1968. Very good edition, with protective wrapper. 255 pages.

2 the Foxglove saga. Waugh's first novel, published 1960. Hardback first edition. Generally good condition. Has intact d/j, which is a bit tatty, partially detached back cover. Internal pages clean - no highlighting. 240 pages.

3  Path of dalliance. "Includes a number of brilliantly invented characters. . .economy of words, unemphatic wit, irresistible comic spirit". Hardback first edition, published 1963. Very good condition: no highlighting; d/j and internal pages both clean/intact. 287 pages.

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First editions
Author(s):
Waugh, Auberon
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Michael Joseph (Lilies); Chapman & Hall (Foxglove & Dalliance)

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3 novels by Auberon Waugh.

1 Consider the lilies. "Its hero is an articulate, engaging young clergyman burdened with a wife whom he has learned to endure. . ." Hardback first edition. Published 1968. Very good edition, with protective wrapper. 255 pages.

2 the Foxglove saga. Waugh's first novel, published 1960. Hardback first edition. Generally good condition. Has intact d/j, which is a bit tatty, partially detached back cover. Internal pages clean - no highlighting. 240 pages.

3  Path of dalliance. "Includes a number of brilliantly invented characters. . .economy of words, unemphatic wit, irresistible comic spirit". Hardback first edition, published 1963. Very good condition: no highlighting; d/j and internal pages both clean/intact. 287 pages.

Added value:
First editions
Author(s):
Waugh, Auberon
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Michael Joseph (Lilies); Chapman & Hall (Foxglove & Dalliance)

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