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Uwe Ommer by  Leopold Sedar Senghor - First edition - 1986 - from Garnet Books and

Uwe Ommer: African Sojourn

by Senghor, Leopold Sedar

Condition: Near Fine/very good +

Santa Barbara: Arpel Graphics, 1986. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/very good +. Folio. 142, [2] pp. Bound in brown boards, title in red on cover and spine, in illustrated dust wrapper. Full-color photographs by Ommer accompanied by text and poetry by Senghor (poet and first President of the Republic of Senegal). Near Fine, light rubbing to head and tail of spine, minor bumping and shelf wear to bottom edge, in Very Good+ dust wrapper with light wear to extremities and overall scuffing.


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