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1 George, Ivy and Masson, Margaret An Uncommon Correspondence - An East-West Conversation on Friendship, Intimacy and Love
New York Paulist Press 1998 0809105004 / 9780809105007 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Fine 
A Fine unmarked copy with Fine dustjacket which is not price clipped. Ivy George grew up in India and continued her studies in the US where she teaches in Massachusetts. Margaret Masson was born in Zambia, later moving to Scotland, and teaches at St. John's College and Durham University. They met during teaching assignments in the US. The book allows us to eavesdrop on these college professors' fascinating letters about courtship, friendship, love and marriage, and how culture has shaped their understanding of each. 
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2 Shaw, George Bernard (edited By Bill Jay and Margaret Moore) Bernard Shaw on Photography - Essays and Photographs
Wellingborough, Northants Equation 1989 1853361070 / 9781853361074 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
Gold title on black boards which are clean and unmarked with no wear Internally there is a small mark to the top corner of the half title page, some small marks to the fore edge else very clean, tight and unmarked. Dustjacket has a little creasing along top edge and is not price clipped. xxi + 146 pages. 47 illustrations. Foreword by Michael Holroyd. Nothing has previously been published on the activity that absorbed George Bernard Shaw from the 1890's until his death in 1950 - photography. Photography was perhaps Shaw's main private passion - second only to his love of being photographed. As well as being a devoted photographer, he also wrote numerous essays about photography, delivered many lectures on the subject, debated at meetings of photographic societies, and numbered several of the greatest photographers of the time among his friends. His own photographs - the major collection of which some 10,000 images is held by the London School of Economics - include self-portraits (of course), studies of friends and acquaintances including Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Sydney and Beatrice Webb, Rodin et al. This is the first anthology of Shaws writings on photography. 
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3 George, Margaret Mary, Called Magdalene
Basingstoke, United Kingdom Macmillan 2002 1405005408 / 9781405005401 Hard Cover Fine Near Fine 
A Fine copy with near Fine dustjacket. An historical novel by the American author which presents a moving story based on the life of Mary Magdalene, of which little is known since her name first appeared in the Gospel of Mark. Well grounded in biblical and secular research. PLEASE NOTE: A HEAVY VOLUME OF 1.06 KILO UNPACKED WEIGHT WHICH WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING COST 
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