Title: A Paper Journey. Travel Among the Village ...
Publisher: Oak Knoll,, New Castle:
Publication Date: 1993
Binding: boards & cloth.
Edition: First Edition..
octavo, (104)pp. Limited to 210 numbered copies. Printed at the Bird & Bull Press. Illustrated with photographs. With 20 samples of handmade paper. Papermaking in India is associated with specific villages, modernized in some into village industry cooperatives. In Nepal, the tradition is "part of the natural cycle of living and working. The Papermakers are also farmers.builders, and fuel gatherers." With a Papermaking Chronology and a Selected Bibliography. Very fine and clean. Bookseller Inventory # 25553
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