Mr Visconti: an Extract from Travels With My Aunt

Greene, Graham

An extract from 'Travels With My Aunt' beginning, ''Tell me more about Mr Visconti. He was a quite impossible man', my aunt said, 'but I loved him and what he did with my money was the least of all his faults.'' Illustration by Edward Ardizzone, issued in an edition of 300 copies for private distribution by the author and publisher for Christmas 1969; printed by the Stellar Press.

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Publisher: The Bodley Head. First English edition 1969
Plain wrappers. Fine in dustwrapper a little darkened on the spine.

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