Title: The Critic in the Orient
Publisher: Paul Elder and Company
Publication Date: 1913
Book Condition: Fine
Publisher's cloth binding with black lettering and illustration of sun rising over mountains on front. 178 pages with index and 73 black and white photographs on plates, 9 of which are separate photos glued onto plates. George Hamlin Fitch (1852-1833) was a influential literary critic and weekly columnist in book section of the Sunday San Francisco Chronicle. This volume contains his impressions during his travels to Japan, Manila (Philippine Islands) , China, Singapore, Rangoon (Burma), India and Egypt. Bookseller Inventory # 015993
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