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Winston Graham THE MILLER'S DANCE First Edition Signed
Winston Graham THE MILLER'S DANCE First Edition Signed
Winston Graham THE MILLER'S DANCE First Edition Signed
Winston Graham THE MILLER'S DANCE First Edition Signed
Winston Graham THE MILLER'S DANCE First Edition Signed

Winston Graham THE MILLER'S DANCE First Edition Signed

£39.99
First edition first print hardback published by Collins in 1982. Signed and dated by Graham on the title page.
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First edition first print hardback of THE MILLER'S DANCE by Winston Graham and published by Collins in 1982. Signed and dated by Graham on the title page.

The book is in very good- condition (green cloth boards with gold lettering to spine) with light bumping to spine edges. The book is in a good+ clipped dust jacket which has age related staining and light chipping to corners, a small folding crease to the top corner of the inner flap and age spotting inside the jacket. Internally the pages are clean and tight with only slight age spotting. The pages of the last quarter of the book have very slight corner folds.

As the second decade of the nineteenth century advances, and the first gleam of light pierces the war clouds which have for so long hung over Europe and by now have darkened even distant Cornwall, the driving force of life and the pressure of industrial change propel the Poldarks inexorably into a new age. It is an age in which the generation headed by Jeremy and Clowance must find its own, sometimes unexpected, solutions to the frustrations of unsuccessful invention, unreturned love and plain lack of money to pursue their own ends, to certain startling developments in their own lives.

It is only occasionally that Ross, watching the young people, is uneasily reminded of a recurring pattern which may perpetuate in the future the bitter rivalries of the past; that Demelza presciently fears for something more than the mere happiness of her children; that violence casts its long shadow over all their lives. The ninth volume of Winston Graham's Poldark saga is as vigorous and as full of new beginnings as life itself, which ends a chapter - or a volume - only to begin again.


415 pages

ISBN: 000222674X

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  • Product Code:
    3888
  • Type:
    Signed Books
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