A Tree With Rosy Apples by Sid Chaplin
A Tree With Rosy Apples by Sid Chaplin (Frank Graham / 1972)
A collection of 42 vignettes / mini essays on English life and culture, centred mainly around the author's native North East written by one of the most distinctive working class voices of the 20th Century. Also featuring eight monochrome, double-sided illustrated plates by noted English mining artist, Norman Cornish.
First edition hardback in very good+ condition with clean, unmarked pages with no inscriptions and very light wear only to dustjacket which retains its lustre. Dustjacket has not been price-clipped but details a price adjustment made by original bookseller, made in black biro. Some foxing (age-spotting) to outside edges of text block (pages).