The Way of a Transgressor.
First Illustrated edition, first published in 1935, this copy from the Gollancz archive with their ink-stamp to the title-page. American-born journalist Negley Farson, not to be confused with his son of the same name, was “one of the world’s most popular travel writers in the years before the Second World War” (Taylor, Fishing the River of Time, p. 73).
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Octavo. Original blue cloth. With the dust jacket. black and white photographs throughout. Spine rolled, spotting to pages and to cloth boards, in the dust jacket with spotting to panels, shallow chipping to top end of spine, closed tear to mid spine with splitting along edge, soiling to panels. A good copy.