If All Men Were Beggars

A distinguished academic unravels, under the effects of hashish, and his own attempt at 'non-attachment' among the poor of Cairo; translated from the French by P.D. Cummins, published as 'Proud Beggars' in America in a different translation in 1981.

Publisher: MacGibbon and Kee. First English edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: London
Extremities evenly tanned. Very good in dustwrapper.

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