Oberland Dialogues. Douglas Fawcett.
Oberland Dialogues

Oberland Dialogues

London: Macmillan, 1929. First edition. 8vo, xxvii, 396 pp, bound in blue cloth titled at gilt to the spine. Foreward by Basil Anderton. Complete with all 15 photographic plates, as called for. No dust jacket.

Though not marked as such, from the library of Gerrit Lansing.

A continuation of the author's Zermatt Dialogues and his exposition of Imaginism, which also takes the form of a hybrid of fiction, philosophy, photography and rock climbing. The foreword is attributed to Basil Anderton, who is also a character in the book, described as an "Ex-Hegelian Don." Like the Zermatt Dialogues, this book rarely appears in the trade.

Spine faded, edges of the text block a bit browned, else a sturdy, sound, very good example. Item #27948

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