England Their England by A G Macdonell
England, Their England (1933) is an affectionately satirical comic novel of 1920s English urban and rural society by the Scottish writer A. G. Macdonell. It is particularly famed for its portrayal of village cricket. One of a genre at the time, the novel examines the changing nature of English society during the interwar period. The style and subject matter recall the works of Evelyn Waugh, Macdonell’s contemporary, and earlier writers such as P. G. Wodehouse and Jerome K. Jerome. It is also known for its description of traditional village cricket
- Folio Society First Impression No. 568
- Publisher Folio Society, London; 1986
- Yellow Cloth Hardback, 186 pp
- Ilustrations by Pater Brookes
- Size 260 x 160mm, 850g
Condition: Near Fine – Slight Fade To Edge Of Slipcase, Otherwise Unmarked Copy
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