Published by The Folio Society, London, 1966. The illustrated green cloth binding which is clean and bright, with some signs of shelfwear to the corners. Inside the contents are immaculate with no ownership inscriptions. The slipcase shows minor wear. The book is translated from the Hungarian by B.W. Worswick with woodcut illustrations by Zoltan Perei.
St Peter's Umbrellas, was originally published in 1895 by the Hungarian writer Kálmán Mikszáth. It is set in the town of Besztercebánya (now Banská Bystrica), describing the rural life of the peasantry in an undeveloped part of Upper Hungary (now Slovakia).
St. Peter's Umbrella by Kalman Mikszath
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