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The Week-End Book

The Week-End Book


The Observer called it 'the inseparable companion' of all who visit the countryside - and the town-bound who long for it.

London: Nonesuch Press, 1929. Attractive volume of games, literature, poems, advice, etiquette, to amuse and instruct during the weekend. Very fun. Chapters include Great Poems, Hate Poems, State Poems, The Zoo, Songs, Play, Food and Drink, First Aid in Divers Crises, A List of Great Poems Not In This Book. Endpapers are game boards.  516 pages. Bound in attractive printed cloth with leather spine label. Fourteen colour decorations by Albert Rutherston. Light wear. Endpapers a trifle browned, spine lightly browned, with light fraying.


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