MORRIS, Jan. Trieste and the Meaning of Nowhere. London, Faber and Faber, .
8vo. Original cloth and pictorial dust-jacket; pp. [x], 194, , a few illustrations after photographs in the text, light fading to spine, even toning to paper as usual, a very good copy; gift inscription highly recommending to read the book, on front fly-leaf.
First edition, surprisingly uncommon, especially signed as here, and one of the best books on the city in the English language. Of course, James Joyce played an important role in both Trieste and the book.