Related by Ethel Emily Wallis with a stirring epilogue by Rachel Saint - The Dayuma Story: Life Under Auca Spears - The breathtaking story of the Ecuadorian Indian girl who escaped from --and returned to-- the world’s most murderous tribe
New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1960. Hardcover. 8vo. Red boards with black spine and gold lettering. The text is illustrated with black-and-white photos. 286pp. Fair condition. The binding is somewhat rolled with minor separation of the text-block from the spine. Minor creasing, scratching, rubbing, smudging, toning, and discoloration to the text-block edge, endpapers, pages of the text, and outer/inner boards. The dust jacket is not price clipped and is in fair condition. Chipping and open tears to the perimeter of the dust jacket. Minor sun-fading to the spine of the dust jacket. Scuffing, rubbing, foxing, chipping, creasing, scratching, rubbing, smudging, toning, and discoloration to all faces of the dust jacket.
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