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RANSOME AT HOME SNUG BERTHS AND TEMPORARY MOORINGS
Written by C.E. Alexander.
Stock no. 2119345
Published by Amazon Publications. 1st 1996. Very good condition.
Arthur Ransome was, more often than not, a man on the move. Between his first arrival in London in 1902 and death in 1967, he occupied 25 homes in England as well as other lodgings at home and abroad. This book is an account of these homes, describing something of his domestic circumstances, the lifestyle that he enjoyed, his activities and writing whilst in each place. Large format. Card wraps. B/w photos. Covers are unevenly faded. Some creasing to corners.
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Limited edition of 400 copies. B/w photos. Arthur Ransome wrote some of 'Peter Duck' while in Aleppo. This book is the memories of a Syrian childhood. Corners very very slightly bumped.
RANSOME FOREIGN LEGION
Written by Arthur Ransome; Robert M. Thompson.
Stock no. 385755
Published by Amazon Publications. 1st 2009. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
A study of the many translations of the twelve Swallows and Amazons books of Arthur Ransome. Large format. Red boards with gilt titles. 120 pages. Colour and b/w illustrations. Spine and corners bumped. Slight markings to textblock edges and a few light fingermarks to page margins (mainly at prelims). Dustwrapper is just lightly creased at top edges.
Arthur Ransome's Encounters with Warlords, Revolutionaries and Missee Lee. Red boards, gilt title to spine. 200 pages. B/w photos. Endpapers are colour maps. Minimal bumping to spine and corners. Contents fine. Wrapper is just a little rubbed at corners.
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