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  • Tom Cox

    Published by Unbound, 2017

    Seller: World of Rare Books, Goring-by-Sea, SXW, United Kingdom

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    Condition: Good. 2017. 404 pages. Signed by the author. White pictorial dust jacket over black cloth. Flat signed by Author. Pages are in good condition with a firm binding. Light tanning to endpapers and page edges. Inscription to title page. Boards are a little rub worn, slight shelf wear to corners, spine and edges. Corners are a little bumped. Spine ends are mildly crushed. Light wear to unclipped dust jacket with tears, nicks and creases to spine, edge and corners.

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    Cox, Tom, 1975-

    Published by London: Unbound, 2017, 2017

    Seller: Steven Wolfe Books, Newton Centre, MA, U.S.A.

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    very good dust-jacket, very good black hardcover, slightly skewed by shelving, but appears essentially unused. SIGNED on title page: Tom Cox, and with rubber stamp of a small animal in lower corner of title page. COX, TOM. 21st-century yokel. London: Unbound, 2017, 1st printing number line starting with 1, 404pp., . "Explores the way we can be tied inescapably to landscape, whether we like it or not, often through our family and our past. It's not quite a nature book, not quite a humour book, not quite a family memoir, not quite folklore, not quite social history, not quite a collection of essays, but a bit of all seven. It contains owls, badgers, ponies, beavers, otters, bats, bees, scarecrows, dogs, ghosts, Tom's loud and excitable dad and, yes, even a few cats. It's full of Devon's local folklore - the ancient kind, and the everyday kind - and provincial places and small things. But what emerges from this focus on the small are themes that are broader and bigger and more definitive. The book's language is colloquial and easy and its eleven chapters are discursive and wide-ranging, rambling even. The feel of the book has a lot in common with the country walks Tom Cox was on when he composed much of it- it's bewitched by fresh air, intrepid in minor ways, haunted by weather and old stories and the spooky edges of the outdoors, restless, sometimes foolish, and prone to a few detours . but it always reaches its intended destination. The book is illustrated with Tom's own landscape photographs and linocuts by his mother.". ISBN 9781783524563.