(SOLD): MITCHELL, Peter. SOME THING means EVERYTHING to SOMEBODY.

(Bristol, UK): RRB Publishing, 2015. First edition. Quarto. 131 pages. The fantastic follow up to Strangely Familiar, this an autobiography told through inanimate objects silently observed by scarecrows. The book boldly marks the passing of time by weaving images of these surreal totems in the landscape amongst those of objects with sentimental value to the author. The book serves as a document of both the literal and the allegorical: blank scarecrow faces in empty landscapes with muted skies connect to a bleak pastoral sensibility, while horded things map out the author’s life chronologically. A very good copy in dust jacket. Published in an edition of 950 copies. Includes an original photograph laid in a small bag with a sticker affixed with the title of the book.

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