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Sir Donald Bradman's cricketing career was more about run-making and Wisden Cricketers' Almanack has always been more than a record book. "Bradman in Wisden" gives the scores of Sir Donald's 234 first-class games, his 52 Test Matches for Australia and minor matches played on four tours of England. But these give only part of his story. Essays and match reports in Wisden's idiosyncratic, time-encapsulating style, together with some impressive photography, bring to life his many triumphs as a cricketer, a captain and a great sportsman.All the feature articles about Bradman that have appeared in Wisden over the past eighty years are included, including his definitive obituary. Between them, they tell why, seven years after his death, he remains an Australian hero, a cricket icon and a sporting legend. The book also contains articles which Bradman himself wrote in Wisden.Published to coincide with the 100th anniversary of Bradman's birth, "Bradman in Wisden" is an updated and expanded version of "Wisden on Bradman" which was published in 1998.
The book is hardback wiht 272 pages and is edited by Graeme Wright
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