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1 Adams, Richard SHARDIK
New York Simon and Schuster 1974 0671220152 / 9780671220150 First U.S. Edition, 1st Impression Hardcover and Dustjacket Very Good + Very Good 
604pp., colour, story-setting map endpapers (art by Rafael Palacios). Book clean and square. Bright gilt title over nominally bumped spine. Stylized art design over undamaged brown cloth boards. A discreet remainder stripe on textblock foot abutting spine, otherwise leaves clean. Art-illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket mildly edgeworn, with short closed tears and slight tanning. Following his multi-award winning debut novel 'Watership Down', Richard Adams' 'Shardik' is "a fantasy of somber-indeed of tragic-character, centered upon the long-awaited reincarnation of the gigantic bear Shardik and his appearance among the Ortelgan people . . . " Contents include: 58 chapters, over seven 'books'. Book weight approx. 840g. 
Price: 20.68 AUD
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2 Adams, Richard THE LEGEND OF TE TUNA
London Sidgwick & Jackson 1986 0283993936 / 9780283993930 First Thus Hardcover and Dustjacket Very Good + Very Good 
71pp., double-page, colour art plates, and b/white illustrations, by Ul de Rico. Book clean, square. Black boards lightly bumped at head. Leaves clean, negligibly browned at top edge. Art-illustrated (Ul de Rico), loose-plastic protected dustjacket mildly edgeworn only. Fascinated by the Polynesian legend of Hina, the beautiful goddess of the sky; Maui, the half-human, half-divine trickster-hero; and the feared Te Tuna, terrible giant eel of the ocean depths, author Richard Adams wrote this narrative poem which retells the greatest of South Sea Legends . . . Book weight approx. 300g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. 
Price: 18.80 AUD
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