The Americans. Fifty Letters from America on Our Life and Times. (SIGNED Copy)

By: Cooke, Alistair

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SIGNED Copy. Blue boards with bright gilt titling to the spine. A Tiny SLIVER of fading to the very top edge of the spine and a slightly bumped bottom front corner - negligible - NO damage. In the original publisher's pictorial dustjacket. The dustjacket is price-clipped. Plain white endpapers. Signed by the Author (name only) on free front endpaper. No other Inscriptions or Marks. Internally FINE. 323 pp. An Excellent Very Clean, Tight and Bright, Near Fine, UK First Edition SIGNED copy of this essay collection by the erudite and knighted British/American author and broadcaster (1908-2004) who achieved fame with his eloquent introductions as host on PBS's "Masterpiece Theatre, his charismatic television personality and as a journalist, writer and broadcaster. Particularly famed for his 'Letter from America' series. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall

Title: The Americans. Fifty Letters from America on Our Life and Times. (SIGNED Copy)

Author Name: Cooke, Alistair

Categories: Biography. Essays. Letters. Diaries, Theatre. Film. Plays. Performing Arts, History & Politics. Churchill, American Literature, N & S. America/ USA, Radio. Wireless. TV. Assoc.,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: London, The Bodley Head: 1979

ISBN Number: 0370301633

ISBN Number 13: 9780370301631

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 113126

Keywords: The Americans. Fifty Letters From America On Our Life And Times. Alistair Cooke; The Bodley Head; First Edition SIGNED Copy Of This Essay Collection By The Erudite And Knighted British/american Author And Broadcaster (1908-2004) Who Achieved Fame In The USA And The UK; His Eloquent Introductions As Host On Pbs's "masterpiece Theatre, His Charismatic Television Personality And As A Journalist, And Broadcaster. Particularly For His 'letter From America' Series. Shortly After Emigrating, Cooke Suggested To The BBC The Idea Of Doing The London Letter In Reverse: A 15-minute Talk For British Listeners On Life In America.