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Twelve Days - An account of a journey across the Bakhtiari Mountains in South-western Persia.


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Hogarth Press, London., 1928. First edition. Octavo. 143 pages. Photographs. With the ownership inscription of Francis Yeats-Brown, dated "Nov 1928" on the front free endpaper. Among the books Yeats-Brown wrote are The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (1930) and Golden Horn (1932). Prelims faintly spotted. Very good indeed. No dustwrapper.


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