A LONG WAY SOUTH, a Journey by Car from London to Australia,

By: Geoffrey Dutton

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A LONG WAY SOUTH, a Journey by Car from London to Australia, by Geoffrey Dutton
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Chapman & Hall, London - first edition, 1953. hardcover, 8 3/4" x 5 1/2", with dust jacket. Original bookseller's label to front paste-down. Jacket has spine fading, & many creases & nicks - now in transparent protective covering. GOOD book in GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Black cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, two-colour map endpapers, 36 b&w photographs. In 1951, deciding to return to Australia with his wife ('N') from London by land, Geoffrey Dutton purchased a new car and set off. They drove across Europe, through Tito's Yugoslavia and, after a detour in Greece, through Turkey, Iraq, Persia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Ceylon, by boat with car to Perth, and them 1,500 miles home across Australia. Not many people make this trip, but few readers will be able to resist the pleasures of vicarious travel. The entire trip is vividly captured in this book.

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