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TRADING IN MEMORIES: TRAVELS THROUGH A SCAVENGER'S FAVORITE PLACES by  Barbara Hodgson - First Edition - 2007 - from Well Read Books and


by Hodgson, Barbara

Condition: Near Fine/No Jacket (as published)

Vancouver BC Canada: Greystone Books, 2007. Cover illustrated with small old photograph of "scavenger" at market stall; quarterbound in red cloth with stamped gilt lettering (slightly faded but still legible); illustrated pastedowns and endpapers; 114 pages including Index, Bibliography; numerous illustrations - in full colour and sepia, beautifully presented; very clean, sound copy. "Visiting markets, bookstores, cemeteries and courtyards [the author] looks to the world's cast-offs and curiosities to reveal rich and intimate insights into people , places and times past." (back cover). First Edition. Illustrated Hard Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket (as published). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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