London: Faber and Faber, 1937. [Poetry and Travel] FIRST EDITION. Octavo (23 x 15cm), pp.268. With 15 double-sided black and white photographic plates, as well as a frontispiece, seven charts and diagrams, and a folding map at rear. Publisher's green cloth with red and blue titles to spine. Top edge grey. With the photographic dust-jacket titled in red, priced at 9s. A faint ink ownership and a stain to flyleaf. Some light general handling. Jacket quite heavily rubbed, with chips, creases and marks to edges, though the red lettering remains clear and bright to spine. Very good. An unusual joint project taking the Ovidian form of letters sent from exile on the edge of the world, in both prose and poetry, addressed to figures such as Lord Byron and the artist Graham Shepard, mixed with photographs by Auden. Item #60954
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