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Hodder & Stoughton, 1939. Hardback. Third edition, 1939. Hardback. Fawn cloth boards with some colour loss to front edges. No DJ. Neat ink inscription to reverse of boards. Faint foxing page edges only. 285pp with b/w photos and map. True story of a terrible voyage from Australia to Ireland in a full-rigged ship. Clean & tight. Published: London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1939
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With more than thirty years' experience of collecting literary first editions, I specialise in the areas of both contemporary and earlier fiction, poetry, drama and children's books with particular emphases on signed modern firsts, authors' first and early published books, American and Irish literature and literary prize-winning writers.
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