Juan: son of the fisherman.

Palencia, Isabel de. [Isabel Oyarzábal Smith de Palencia]

Edité par New York, Toronto: Longmans Green, 1941, stated 1st (true first); orange cloth boards with fisherman and his baskets, green illustrated endpapers with Juan pulling the net with the other fishermen and two bulls pulling his father's boat, many full and half page ink drawings, in brown jacket with panoramic illustration of fishing boats in a on the shore of a green sea; 6x8"; 207 pp., 1941
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Titre : Juan: son of the fisherman.

Éditeur : New York, Toronto: Longmans Green, 1941, stated 1st (true first); orange cloth boards with fisherman and his baskets, green illustrated endpapers with Juan pulling the net with the other fishermen and two bulls pulling his father's boat, many full and half page ink drawings, in brown jacket with panoramic illustration of fishing boats in a on the shore of a green sea; 6x8"; 207 pp.

Date d'édition : 1941

Reliure : Hardcover

Illustrateur : /Cerefino Palencia Tubau, illustrator.

Etat de la jaquette : Dust Jacket Included

Edition : 1st Edition

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CONDITION: Very Good Plus in Good Minus jacket; neat gift inscription, bottom corners scuffed, otherwise straight and clean; in very edgeworn jacket with tape mends inside and also, unfortunately, along the outside bottom edge, not discoloured yet. Almost no loss of paper so looks better than grade in protector; unclipped 1.75. Juvenile hardback Written by a passionate anti-Franco journalist and writer exiled in Mexico at the beginning of WWII, this children's story evokes a Spain she would not return to, though she lived to be 96. The illustrations by her husband, in the style of Robert Lawson, give the book more character than the usual "country book." Opportunities open up for Juan as he becomes older, as an olive farmer, as a talented chorister in the Cathedral in Seville, briefly, as a bullfighter, and finally where his heart lies, as a fisherman like his father. ABE Heritage Seller since 1996; conservative AB condition grading. We ship all our books in cardboard protection. International shipping. /Cerefino Palencia Tubau, illustrator. N° de réf. du libraire 20742

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