Frank Lascelles: 'Our Modern Orpheus'

DARNLEY, Earl of

Published by Oxford University Press, 1932.
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Hardcover, sm 4to., blue cloth boards gilt lettering to cover & spine, in very good condition but has several very thin "The Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate Limited" to endpage, internal pages, page edges, none affecting the text, frontis, 256pp. Lascelles was the director of pageants around the world. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Frank Lascelles: 'Our Modern Orpheus'
Publisher: Oxford University Press, 1932.

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Book Description 1932. Paperback. Book Condition: LikeNew. Cloth w/ Gilt. Near Fine. First Edition Ex-private Library. 4to - over 9 3/4 - 12 tall. Fine tight and clean with only minimal edge wear to edges of cover from shelf. Satisfaction Guaranteed, International Shipping, Photos upon request. Bookseller Inventory # 63835

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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1932. Hardback. 1st Edition. Small Quarto Size. VERY GOOD condition. No dustjacket. Some foxing to prelims and page edges. Some wear to dark blue boards but gilt titles are still bright. Sepia toned frontispiece. Presentation copy signed by Frank Lascelles. [viii] 256 pages During the early 20th century pageants bodying the spirit of local and national pride were the fashion of the day and Lascelles made his name directing them. He came to be known as "the man who staged the Empire." He was also a sculptor. Bookseller Inventory # 215555

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