Item 719 - Lovers, lunatics and lallang

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ZA COM AutoB-719

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Lovers, lunatics and lallang

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  • late 20th Century (created)

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Acquisition method: Gift ; Received from: Cecil Rajendra ; Date received: unknown ; Received by: unknown ; Date accepted: unknown ; Date documented: 26/06/2007 ; Documented by: Stephanie Nemcsok ; Datebase update: 26/06/2007

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Size: 21.5 cm x 14 cm x 1 cm
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Cecil Rajendra (Author)
Place published: Ealing, London, England, the United Kingdom
Publisher: Bogle-L'Ouverture Publications
ISBN: 0-904-521-47-8
late 20th Century

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A duplicate entry for this item existed as G1682[LIB]. That record has been deleted from the database.

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A book of poetry by Malaysian poet/lawyer Cecil Rajendra, inscribed by author to Madiba.
Accompanying article [now missing? 2013-03-26].

Return to Paddy Laguinness (spelling of name may not be correct)

TO
MADIBA
from
Cecil

paper, ink, adhesive

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