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From Fiji to the Cannibal Islands

£9.99

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An early but undated book, however according to Wikipedia it is out of print and was originally published in 1907. “Below the equator is the world of the South, and here anything may happen, for here the new and the wild and the untried countries lie, and here, moreover, you shall come upon unknown tracts and places in yourself, on which, if you had stayed within sound of the roaring throat of Piccadilly, no sun had ever shone.” - Beatrice Grimshaw. She was one of the first European women to explore the Papuan interior.

Nelson hardback with no DJ Red cloth covered boards with moderate bleaching to spine. There is mild generalised tanning of the pages. No marks and good binding.

Item details

Author(s):
Beatrice Grimshaw
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
19 x 13 cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
255
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson
Title:
From Fiji to the Cannibal Islands

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An early but undated book, however according to Wikipedia it is out of print and was originally published in 1907. “Below the equator is the world of the South, and here anything may happen, for here the new and the wild and the untried countries lie, and here, moreover, you shall come upon unknown tracts and places in yourself, on which, if you had stayed within sound of the roaring throat of Piccadilly, no sun had ever shone.” - Beatrice Grimshaw. She was one of the first European women to explore the Papuan interior.

Nelson hardback with no DJ Red cloth covered boards with moderate bleaching to spine. There is mild generalised tanning of the pages. No marks and good binding.

Author(s):
Beatrice Grimshaw
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
19 x 13 cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
255
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson
Title:
From Fiji to the Cannibal Islands

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