I CARRIED MY SKETCHBOOK,

By: Ken Lovell

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John Sissons (Bookseller) Pty Ltd, Melbourne - ISBN:095907001X, 1984. Landscape hardcover, 10¾" x 8¼", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD SIGNED book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Inscription SIGNED BY AUTHOR, and dated, on title page. Aged 23, Private Ken Lovell took his sketchbook with him when he entered into Army life in 1940. With his natural talent, he discovered a challenge in the new sketchbook material - in the countless variety of characters, situations and experiences, which he was to interpret with accuracy and humour, keeping a faithful record of his Australian Army life. Ken served in Greece, Syria, New Guinea and Tarakan. This is not just a collection of humerous anecdotes, for the letters 'KIA' (Killed in Action) appear on many pages beside the likeness of a mate previously sketched. Full colour drawings throughout.

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