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London End (Vol 2 of The Image Men) by J.B. Priestley (1968 1st Ed Hardback)


£20.00

Good reading condition used 1968
First Edition Hardback (No Dust Jacket).

Published by William Heinemann Ltd, London.
Author: J.B. Priestley
ISBN: 0434603554.
Approx dims: 220mm h x 145mm w x 30mm d.

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London End (Vol 2 of The Image Men) by J.B. Priestley

Condition and Description:

Good reading condition used 1968 First Edition Hardback (No Dust Jacket).

Published by William Heinemann Ltd, London.
Author: J.B. Priestley
ISBN: 0434603554.
Approx dims: 220mm h x 145mm w x 30mm d.

Intact slightly faded condition black cloth boards with gilt title lettering to spine, with some slight fraying/colour loss to edges, some rubbing and signs of handling (no dust jacket). Intact slightly rolled spine. 329 clean/ slightly tanned pages of English text, no inscriptions. Page ends tanned. Image shown is actual book for sale.

Synopsis of London End (Vol 2 of The Image Men) by J.B. Priestley:

In London End the concluding Volume Two of ‘The Image Makers’ Professor Cosmos Saltana and Dr. Owen Tuby bring their Institute of Social Imagistics to London to be run on a commercial basis. The Institute was set up to study the Images in the modern world and had moderate success improving the image of various individuals and concerns whilst attached to the University of Brockshire. However in London commissions begin to roll in and the Institute is an amazing success, but underneath all is not well and the basic differences between Tuby & Saltana begin to manifest themselves. The team split and Saltana takes on the task of upping the Image of the Prime Minister as a General Election looms. Tuby is drawn to do the same for the Opposition…