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The Light Garden of the Angel King : Journeys in Afghanistan

by Levi,Peter

Condition: Fine/Near Fine


Newton Abbot: Reader's Union, 1973. A trip through Afghanistan (accompanied by Bruce Chatwin who took the photographs) ostensibly in search of the the passage of Alexander the Great - but full of fascinating details about the various cultures and the travellers who passed that way. This copy very clean and crisp. 287p. illus. index. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.




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