Octavo, hardcover, endpaper removed since previous owner had a get well card pasted to it, else VG in near fine dj in mylar. 128pp. In this story Ali Mirdrekvandi Gunga Din devised a kind of Prilgrim's Progress in which a group of officers wander about the firmament in search of Heaven. The story is superbly imaginative and is written with a delicious humor, compassion and a sure sense of character.
Good in Good jacket. Book Third printing. The dust jacket is a bit worn and is sunned overall, and is now in a protective cover. There are several 1/8" dark brown stains, apparently from some liquid, on the bottom of the spine. The pages are yellowed but are not marked. The binding is tight.
Din, Ali Mirdrekvandi Gunga w/intro by John Heming (editor) & foreword by Professor R. C. Zaehner., E.P. Dutton, 1965, c1965, 3rd printing, boards & cloth w/gilt spine titles, fine w/slightly rubbed dj, 128 pp, 8vo, 'Consisting of the British and American.
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