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Land Below the Wind by  Agnes Newton Keith - Hardcover - Reprint - 1939 - from and

Land Below the Wind

by Keith, Agnes Newton

Condition: Fair

Boston: Little, Brown & Company. Hardcover. xii, 371 pages. Black and white sketches by the author. Map of North Borneo. Handsome batik decorated cloth-covered boards. Map endpapers. Named the Atlantic Monthly's non-fiction book of the year for 1938. Author and her husband, a conservator of forests, spent four years in Sandakan in Borneo. Some of their adventures are recorded herein. Unmarked with average wear. Narrow opening in binding at title page. Dust jacket not included. A worthy copy. Bonus: includes informative 1970s news clippings about the author . Fair. 1939. Reprint.


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