The Wide World Magazine, February 1953 - Australian Edition: Escape From Guiana

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $195.00

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Condition: Good

Features: Hunting Trouble - Wilmon B. Menard describes how a shooting-trip in the Austrian Alps nearly landed him in a Communist jail; Last Voyage - an old tramp steamer's trip across the Atlantic during World War II, by Patrick O'Connor; The Haunted Engine Room - a curious tale be the chief refrigeration engineer of a big liner; The Long Arm - a remarkable chain of parallel experiences and a startling sequel, by T.W. Dresser; Women's Tears - an ancient custom of Baluchistan; Frontier Valley - fond memories of a Pathan village in India, with photos; The Man from the Coffin - reprint of the 1920 story of Albert Juge, a French convict who escaped the penal settlements of Guiana and then for 12 long years roamed South America; Forgotten Island - The primitive monastic settlement on the "Great Skellig" off the coast of Ireland; The Fish Tamer, by R.S. Richards of Picton, New Zealand; Pylons in the Bush - erecting high-tension transmission lines in the wilderness; and more. Average wear. Binding sound. Quality copy.,