A Nobody in Mashonaland


Charles Edward Finlason (1860-1917) South African jounalist and author,born in England.He emigrated to the Cape where he became known as a newspaper man and a cricketer.Soon after the occupation he visited Rhodesia and embroided his experiences in this lighthearted book,” A Nobody in Mashonaland”.Which describes in 24 chapters his own interpretation of life after the Royal Charter,and how the Rhodesia problem appeared to him as a writer and journalist

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H/b in v/g guilt illustrated boards.Nice and clean but with slightly bruised corners,in a v/g clean pictorial d/w,with some slight edge-wear.Size 9×6 pp XV + 330,inc,addenda to the third edition.No plates only a sepia photographic portraite of the author as a frontispiece.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.No foxing,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.


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