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  1. A Dragon Apparent.
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    A Dragon Apparent.

    Travels in Indo-China.
    First edition, first impression. A copy inscribed on the title by the author: "To Mary with much love from Norman- (the survivor, in this case, of a bloody awful journey!!) New Year's Day, 1987". Graham Greene had "no hesitation in calling him one of the best writers, not of any particular decade, but of our century". His obituary states that to "read any of Lewis's accounts of travel. Learn More
    £225

    Date of Publication: 1951

    Published: London

    Stock Code: 115807

    Signed: Yes

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  2. Sand and Sea in Arabia.
    signed

    Sand and Sea in Arabia.

    With 123 illustrations.
    First edition, first impression of Lewis's second book, a photo-essay which originated from a partly failed spying mission when Lewis was asked by the British Foreign Office to photograph Yemen. Although Lewis and his two travelling companions were denied entry to the country at the port of Hodeida they somehow managed to visit the region, taking in the cities of Lahej and Aden, and travelling along the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden coastlines aboard a sambuk and cargo steamer. Learn More
    £350

    Date of Publication: 1938

    Published: London

    Stock Code: 112345

    Signed: Yes

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  3. Sand and Sea in Arabia.
    signed

    Sand and Sea in Arabia.

    With 123 illustrations.
    First edition, first impression. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "To Trude & Adolf, N. Lewis, 1940". Sand and Sea is Lewis's second book, a photo-essay which originated from a partly failed spying mission when Lewis was asked by the British Foreign Office to photograph Yemen. Although Lewis and his two travelling companions were denied entry to the country at the port of Hodeida they somehow managed to visit the region, taking in the cities of Lahej and Aden, and travelling along the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden coastlines aboard a sambuk and cargo steamer. Learn More
    £575

    Date of Publication: 1938

    Published: London

    Stock Code: 94448

    Signed: Yes

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