Black Laughter.


Black Laughter is a kind of Robinson Crusoe of the continent of Africa. Indeed, Llewelyn Powys resembles Daniel Defoe in the startlingly realistic manner in which he conveys the actual feelings of the wild places he describes. You actually share the sensations of a sensitive and artistic nature suddenly transplanted from a peaceful English village into the heart of Africa.

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H/b in original boards, a little edge-worn with bumped corners,guilded spine. A rather tatty d/w much soiled and damaged at corners and spine but with no loss.Size 7×5 pp12x221,plus list of volumes issued in The Travellers’Library series.No plates text only. Hinges strong. Binding good.and internaly clean foxing, some staining, with general age browning, mainly to prelims.A sad d/w otherwise a nice little novel.


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