Great Britain: Encounter Ltd., September 1979. 24.5x17.3cm: 96pp. Printed red wrappers with bold black lettering. Wrappers rubbed with some creasing, primarily to rear wrapper. Some foxing to wrappers also affecting first few pages, otherwise pages clean. Very Good.
This issue includes David Cannadine’s piece James Bond and the Decline of England. In this work, Cannadine, a British author and historian, presents a fascinating analysis of the Bond novels and their complex relationships with evolving British attitudes and Great Britain’s place in the world. A very interesting read!