Fair. Reprint. Some wear to boards, faded/soiled edges/spine ends, content clean with a light tone to pages and some spotting to page ends, owner writing to front blank page, solidly bound, acceptable DJ with many tears to edges.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Green linen covers with blue titles to the spine. A Very Good copy with a solid binding and an unmarked text. Frontispiece (color), maps and illustrations. An introduction by Apsley Cherry-Garrard. Together with a memoir of Oriana wilson.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 310 pages.
Very Good in Good dust jacket. Open tears and foxing to DJ. Foxing to edges. Previous owner's name in front endpaper; The life story of one of Captain Scott's stalwarts who perished during the arduous return; B&W Illustrations; 12mo; 301 pages.
Fair. Condition is commensurate with age. Covered in clear plastic. Foxing/tanning to edges and/or ends. No dust jacket. Pages tanned. Wear/marking to cover. Ex-Library Book. Has usual library markings & stamps inside.
Anyone interested in nature, birds, or Antarctica will enjoy this book. Edward Wilson is an inspiration for any amatuer naturalist and birder. He was a dogged observer with unflagging energy and enthusiasm for all his endeavors, even ovecoming TB when he was in his 20s to go on and reach the South Pole on the second Scott Expedition (where he unfortunately persished along with three others). His life and work are a testament to the human spirit and the reward that comes from a life of studying nature close up. Wilson's artwork was superb and this book contains numerous samples. An entertaining read.
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