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London: Methuen, 1982. Paperback. 107p., author's note, casts, very good first edition trade paperback in worn wraps. Methuen's New Theatresctripts Second Series No. 7. Afro-Trinidadian British playwright. Three plays on colonialism published to co-incide with the premiere of "Meetings"
New York: Wendell Malliet and Co., 1942. Hardcover. xxviii, 248p., frontis-portrait, foreword, preface, introduction, select bibliography, illustrated with plates from b&w photos, first edition stated; a rough ex-library copy with stamps, perforations, pocket, a poorly reglued front hinge, a rear hinge this is split but intact, casing very shelfworn with.....
New York: Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, 1975. xiii, 260p., first edition cloth boards in dj, the jacket is quite edgeworn but casing and textblock are unscathed except for a neat small ownership on the front free endsheet; a very good copy. McHenry, b.1936, googles handily as an American diplomat.....
Rio de Janeiro: Cojunto Universitáro Candido Mendes, 1978. 79p., 7.25x9.75 inches, introduction, notes, text in Portuguese, very good in original, illustrated, glossy wraps. First issue of a Brazilian journal on Africa and Asia, with articles focusing on the Portguese colonization of Africa, Guiné-Bissau, apartheid, etc.
London: Movement for Colonial Freedom, . Four-panel brochure, very good, 5.5x8.5 inches. Argues that SEATO has usually "acted as a prop for reactionary and unrepresentative governments and has helped to suppress the struggle of the people for national freedom and economic independence."
New York: Praeger, 1990. xxi+133p., preface, introductions, notes, bibliography, indexes, author bio, very good first edition with review slip in cloth. The title of the very first chapter is instructive: "The introduction of western education in Zimbabwe: the search for a strategy of control." Further along, this study argues that.....