London: William Heinemann, 1928. Hardcover. Very Good. New edition, third impression. xvi, 347 pp + folding map, with many illustrations from photographs, index. Lightly sunned spine, lightly bumped corners, contents clean and sound. No dust jacket. A chronicle of Bell's 1905 journey from Jericho to Antioch, a land of warring tribes under Turkish control. In the Preface, she writes: "I desired to write not so much a book of travel as an account of the people whom I met or who accompanied me on my way, and to show what the world is like in which they live and how it appears to them. (Inventory #: 1503)
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