This is the start of the long passage in Sam Selvon's novel The Lonely Londoners that takes us from prose into pure and utter poetry. This book has been one of my faves since university (I studied English Lit, didn'tcha know?) This novel is at once love letter to London and scathing critique of the racism experienced by the Caribbean men, women and children who arrived in the UK in the 1950s. Do yourself a favour and read it, then buy this print. Thanks.
- Unframed print
- Hand signed
- A4, 21cm x 30cm (other sizes available on request; lead time one week)
Giclee printing ensures that prints will not fade for many, many years if looked after correctly. Your print is best placed out of direct sunlight, and placed behind glass or acrylic to ensure that the colours stay as rich and vivid as the day you put it up. I sign each print by hand and is carefully packed for shipping.
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