The usual Bob Davis type of thing, -- colloquial, personal, with no attempt to present the Orient from the travel angle, but...

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ORIENTAL ODYSSEY

The usual Bob Davis type of thing, -- colloquial, personal, with no attempt to present the Orient from the travel angle, but rather a gossipy sharing of the author's own experiences. China, Japan, Hawaii -- descriptive, anecdotal, anything from theatres to legends, jokes, carrier pigeons, hunting, love potions, foods. Distinctly journalistic and ephemeral in style and substance --for not too heavy reading.

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Publisher: Stokes

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937