Published by Hamish Hamilton, London.
Dust jacket is present. In Very Good condition. Marks. Foxing. Shelf and edge- wear. Synopsis on front flap.
Cover is hard bound in Brown cloth. In Very Good condition.
End papers are intact and clean.
Preliminaries - dedication, contents.
Main text body - 222 pages. In Very Good condition.
Edges are even and clean.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage. Gilt lettering. Ends bumped.
Page structure is sound with no missing pages.
As Canada in 1967 celebrates its Centenary, this is Graham McInnes’ entirely unofficial but warmly felt tribute to the land of his adoption. As he puts it, he found, if not quite a father, then certainly a fatherland. Readers of The Road to Gundagai and Humping My Bluey will rejoice as much to see the author safely in port as they will over the sparkling style and sense of being young again.