The Prevalence of Witches by Aubrey Menen (Edward Bawden Dust Jacket)

Artist(s): Edward Bawden
Author(s): Aubrey Menen
Format: hardback
Edition: First
Year published: 1947
Publisher: Chatto & Windus
Publisher Location: London
Total Pages: 271

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This story is set in a backward district of India where witchcraft thrives. The efforts of the political agent and the education officer, aided by a phoney occidential “swami”, to secure true justice for a village headman on a charge of murder is the basis for this book.  Hardback.  First Edition.  Housed in a striking dust-jacket designed by Edward Bawden.  No inscriptions, highlighting or underlining.  Binding strong.  Pages clean.  Dust-jacket worn and age toned with segments of loss to top and tail of spine.  Some slight foxing to prelims and edges.

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