A Story of Dunkirk
A lonely artist sets up a home in an isolated lighthouse with only seabirds, boating and painting for distraction. Gradually he builds up a sanctuary where wild birds are safe from storms and hunters. Philip Rhayader’s life changes when Fritha brings him a wounded snow goose.
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A hardcover copy with plain boards, blue illustrated, partially attached, unclipped dust jacket. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text is clear and legible. There is a previous owner’s black ink inscription on the inside front board and a blue ink inscription on the inside front page. The dust jacket has tearing rubbing and staining along the edges. A good reading copy.
Now enclosed in a clear, removable plastic cover to protect from damage.
Publisher: Michael Joseph Limited, London.
Publication Date: Ninth Australian edition, April 1946.
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