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Good in Good jacket. 4to 184 pages, profuse b/w illus. by Rockwell Kent, gold dustjacket with some rubbing and a few short tears, waterstain under dustjacket to the back corner of the spine, does not affect the book internally.
Good. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons/The Knickerbocker Press, 1926. Third printing. Hardcover. 184 pp. Good, lacking jacket. Book has slight lean. Spine sunned and gilding almost totally faded. Tail bumped and head has rubbing and small open tears. Front board gilding is starting to rub off.
Rockwell Kent was a twentieth century Da Vinci. Besides being a world renown artist, he writes beautifully and is something of a philosopher. He was also a fearless sailor. The waters off the Strait of Magellan are about the most violent in the world. This book tells in word and art of his adventure. It is a real treasure.
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