How odd?

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Odd.
by Amy le Feuvre. London: R.T.S. (n.d.)

Repeat offender Amy le Feuvre excelled herself with this one. Always one for the strangely un-evocative title, this really leaves us wanting more.

Click to enlarge the title page, and fail to be enlightened by the objects there depicted. But, honestly, published by the Religious Tract Society, can it be as odd as all that?

No clue about the illustrator, as usual. My copy was given as a gift in 1931.

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About tartanpartan

It won't surprise you to learn that I'm quite keen on books, and spend as much of my spare time as possible picking over second hand book stalls and charity book sales with my surprisingly delicate claws.