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Hundreds and Thousands: The Journals of Emily Carr by Emily Carr - First Edition - 1966 - from Don Wood Bookseller and

Hundreds and Thousands: The Journals of Emily Carr

by Emily Carr

Condition: Fine/Very Good Dustjacket

Clark Irwin and Company, Toronto, 1966, Fine Hardcover / Very Good Dustjacket. 332 pages, 6.5"x 10", 12 colour reproductions, dustjacket with some edgewear, otherwise a clean and tight copy. "The journals are a collection of her private notes and memoirs, a record of her most intimate thoughts, in them we find her philosophy of art, her criticism of her own work and that of others, her observations about people and places, her hopes and fears, her successes and disappointments. Above all, they chronicle her search for a personal faith. 'Hundreds and Thousands' is the record of the life, work and thoughts of a great individualist, an extraordinary woman."


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