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Readers Union by Hamish Hamilton, England 1950. Fabled Shore is a modern description of this long strange coast and its haunted hinterland, to which Homer sent Odysseus voyaging, where, in the regions about Tartessos, dark Tartarus was placed, and the Elysian plains, the abode of the blest, 'at the ends of the earth, where life is easiest. No snow is there, nor great storm, nor ever any rain; but always Occanus sends forth the breezes of clear-blowing Zephyrus.' With sepia photographic illustrations. Chipped dust jacket over green cloth covered end boards. Good condition. 248pp. 200 x 120 mm