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Walking Words


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Contemporary; 1990s
Very Good; minor rubbing on extremities of cover
8.3" L x 6.5" W x 1.2" H

Why We Love This

Walking Words by Eduardo Galeano, woodcuts by Jose Francisco Borges, translated by Mark Fried. NY: Norton, 1995. First Edition. 328 pages. A true collaboration between writer and artist. The object was to bring to life "stories of ghouls and fools...and voices I've collected in my dreamlike wanderings." The woodcuts elaborate the stores, the stories elaborate the woodcuts. Unread, only flaw is slight shelf rubbing on corners and spine of cover. Jacket excellent.
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