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Clive Hutchby - The Wainwright Companion (2nd Hand Hardback)

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SKU B002543

Subtitled : A Lakeland Companion.

The Wainwright Companion is a fully illustrated collection of fascinating facts, statistics, trivia and opinion based on A Wainwright's legendary guidebooks to the English Lake District.

Which fell has most waterfalls? The longest ridges? The roughest ascent? The best views? The wettest path?

All these questions and hundreds more are answered in this ‘ book about the books’ – the seven Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells and their companion, The Outlying Fells of Lakeland.

A must for any Wainwright aficionado and is packed with facts and features about his eight classic guidebooks.

  • Format : Smaller 2nd Hand Hardback with Dust Jacket
  • Condition : As New
  • Category : Non-Fiction - Britain
  • Published : 2012 (Frances Lincoln - 1st Edition, 1st Printing & Signed Copy)
  • ISBN : 9780711233829
  • SKU : B002543
  • PPC : SP500gm
  • RRP : Unknown (Clipped)
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.

18 x 12cm. 352pp. Full colour & very well illustrated in the Wainwright style.

Signed Copy sticker on front cover. This will come off cleanly if not wanted.

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External Reviews

"I suggest the book should be called The Wainwright Compendium. it is absolutely crammed with information, statistics and facts . . . Sean McMahon's photographs are, of course, superb. No-one has analysed the Pictorial Guidebooks produced by Alfred Wainwright more closely than Clive Hutchby. He's counted the clouds in every book and the people - very few - and the rare self-portraits AW drew of himself. Clive's obsessive approach will have you refer again and again to the originals to match your favourites or try and catch him out on trivia/ statistics." - Unknown Reviewer.

The Author

Clive Hutchby has meticulously worked on updating the seven guides in the Wainwright series which has involved hundreds if not thousands of hours of work both on the fells themselves and in front of the computer updating the previous editions with new and realigned paths, stiles being replaced by gates, new footbridges and parking places.