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Europe in Zig Zags: Social, Artistic, Literary and Political Affairs on the Continent

by Huddleston, Sisley

Condition: FAIR-

Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott, 1929. (1st edition). Hardbound. FAIR-. UGLY READING COPY. Damaged, faded and stained cloth cover with cream, rust and green, art deco design. Tape repair to end paper hinges. Solid. clean, faintly age toned text block with a few dog eared pages. 354 pages of with groups of essays, capturing the influences shaping Europe between the wars - The final group is "10 Years After". Illustrated with 36 photographs and indexed. ."a hotchpotch of personal experiences and impressions of political speculations and social studies, of travel pictures and portraits of men whom I have for the most part known…I have tried to throw a little light on the problems of Europe." 3.0



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