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Between Wind and Water: A Book about the Coast of Maine by  Gerald Warner Brace - Paperback - 1st Edition - 2008 - from citynightsbooks and Biblio.com

Between Wind and Water: A Book about the Coast of Maine

by Brace, Gerald Warner

Condition: Near Fine


U.S.A.: Countryman Press, 2008. First printing of the original edition, published by Countryman Press. With illustrations by the author reproduced in one color. Essays about the coast of Maine, where the author spent his summers. Earlier in his life, he was at one time the head of the English Deparment at Boston University and published a novel based on that experience titled The Department. The interrelated essays in this book depict a quiet, pastoral life in communing with nature. Book unread but with a crease/bump to back cover at bottom corner. 219 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine.


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