The story of the life of showman
'Lord' George Sanger. A tale of "strange things, scenes and
adventures" from over seventy years of travelling, a period
in which his travelling show grew from a "modest box on
wheels" to the biggest combination of circus and menagerie
Britain has ever produced. Alan Melville on the BBC in 1952 hailed
this book as "a minor classic - positively bursting at the
seams with astonishing stories of a showman's life - an enchanting
Beautifully written. With an
introduction by Kenneth Grahame.
Condition: Very good with tatty
(but protected) dust jacket.