Kodansha International, 1934 - Biography & Autobiography - 323 pages
Over the steppes and peaks of high Asia, here is the unforgettable chronicle of a harrowing honeymoon adventure. Turkestan Reunion, a series of long "letters home", is Eleanor Lattimore's vibrant, gem-like counterpart to husband Owen's classic historical account of the same journey in High Tartary. Line drawings.
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