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A first UK edition hardback in very good condition for its age. Minor bump to base of book spine. Tanning to pages. Some foxing to top and bottom edges of pages not affecting faces. The dust jacket is complete, still shows the price but is showing signs of wear at the extremities with a couple of tiny nicks and discoloured flaps which are rather yellow.
SYNOPSIS: “The hero of this novel is a diarist with a grandiose but unerring aim: ‘to give future generations a rare insight into what it was like to be alive and young in 1943’. He hides his diary among dusty old bales of Film Fun and Picture Show – and for a good reason. His diary records his increasingly determined attempts to lose his virginity.
No one can have more than one virginity, but he feel that he’s got dozens – and he’s determined to lose them all as quickly as possible. The fact that there’s a war on only spurs his frenzied purpose…”
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