Alton Locke: Taylor and Poet – Charles Kingsley

R220.00

In this novel, Kingsley set out to expose the social injustice suffered by workers in the clothing trade and the trials and tribulations of agricultural labourers. It also gives an insight into the Chartist campaign with which Kingsley was involved in the 1840s.

Price: 220.00

Edition: Reprint

Date published: 1896

Publishers: Macmillan and Co

Condition: Marbled hardcover embossed with the insignia of the ‘South African College’ – book prize to student. Signs of shelf wear around the edges of the cover and spine. Embossed lettering on the spine still clear and legible. Minor foxing throughout the book and previous owner’s name on the inside cover. Otherwise very clean and tightly bound.

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Description

In this novel, Kingsley set out to expose the social injustice suffered by workers in the clothing trade and the trials and tribulations of agricultural labourers. It also gives an insight into the Chartist campaign with which Kingsley was involved in the 1840s.

Price: 220.00

Edition: Reprint

Date published: 1896

Publishers: Macmillan and Co

Condition: Marbled hardcover embossed with the insignia of the ‘South African College’ – book prize to student. Signs of shelf wear around the edges of the cover and spine. Embossed lettering on the spine still clear and legible. Minor foxing throughout the book and previous owner’s name on the inside cover. Otherwise very clean and tightly bound.

Additional information

Weight 600 g