Good. No Jacket. 5¼" by 8¾" Early Waugh work; in 1929, fed up with England, he decamps to Paris and then upon a Mediterranean cruise, touching at Naples, Haifa, Port Said, Cairo, Malta, Crete, Constantinople, Athens, Corfu, Venice, Barcelona, Algiers, Gibraltar, Seville, & Lisbon; includes commentary & photos of Gaudí's Church of the Holy Family in Barcelona; coy note on his changing views of Catholicism; fictionalized, clearly, as Waugh seems to represent himself & his new wife as 'Geoffrey & Juliet', a newlywed young British couple whose trip more closely resembles actual events from Waugh's life; he divorced his wife shortly after their return from this trip, her existence is not acknowledged within the book. "First published in America, 1930"; published in the UK as "Labels". Hardcover, full yellow cloth, brown titling. General wear, upper corner bumped, affecting covers and pages; lower corner lightly bumped; spine faded; pencilled name & note inside front cover; no jacket. Text clean; , 279 pages; b/w frontispiece by the author, maps, a few b/w photos.