Granta 31, The General signed by Christopher Hitchens + others, 1st/1st, 1990

Granta 31, The General signed by Christopher Hitchens + others, 1st/1st, 1990

£250.00Price

This is a first edition and first print published by The Bodley Head in 1990. This copy is near fine. There is minor wear along the edges and there are no chips or tears. The text block has a few very light marks on it but there is no browning or foxing. The pages are clean and free from previous owners ink. Overall, this copy is in a near fine collectible condition. 

 

This Granta is signed by signed by Salman Rushdie,  Margaret Atwood, Richard Ford and Jonathan Raban and most noticably the late Christopher Hitchens.

 

Christopher Hitchens (13 April 1949 – 15 December 2011) was an Anglo-American socio-political critic and public intellectual, who mainly expressed himself as an author, journalist, orator, and columnist. He wrote, co-wrote, edited or co-edited over 30 books, including five of essays on culture, politics, and literature. His most notable works is 'God is not great - How religion poisons everything'. He has signed next to the title page of his essay. A scarce title to have his signature as well as booker prize winning authors Salman Rushdie and Margaret Atwood.