AN ANGLER'S BASKET: Filled in sunshine and shade through the space of  forty years: being a collection of stories, quaint sayings and  remembrances, with a few angling hints and experiences. By T.E. Pritt.

AN ANGLER'S BASKET: Filled in sunshine and shade through the space of forty years: being a collection of stories, quaint sayings and remembrances, with a few angling hints and experiences. By T.E. Pritt.

YOU SHOULD'VE BEEN HERE ON THURSDAY. By E.G. Webber. Illustrated by Nevile  Lodge. Foreword by Peter McIntyre.

YOU SHOULD'VE BEEN HERE ON THURSDAY. By E.G. Webber. Illustrated by Nevile Lodge. Foreword by Peter McIntyre.

TRY AGAIN FRIDAY. By E.G. Webber. Illustrated by Nevile Lodge. Foreword by Peter McIntyre.

1965 1st edition. 8vo (132 x 202mm). Pp165. B/w cartoon illustrations by Nevile Lodge. Green cloth, spine titled in green-gilt.

E.G. Webber's sequel to his equally amusing You Should've Been Here on Thursday. This series of amusing accounts of trout fishing in New Zealand, taken from the author's own experiences met with some success in its day. Talking of both this and Webber's previous book, New Zealand angling bibliographer Paul Corliss writes "[You Should've Been Here on Thursday and Try Again Friday] are illustrated by noted cartoonist Nevile Lodge. ...The cartoons lend them an air of comedy but this is misleading. While written with humour this is severe and challenging stuff for its time. Both are not as appreciated as they deserve." E.G. Webber became well-known as a writer in New Zealand with the books he wrote during the Second World War.
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Book Code
4219
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Author Webber (Edmund Godfrey). (1910-1983).
Book Code 4219
ISBN B001AVWQWS
Book Description Very good in frayed dustwrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1965
Publisher A.H. and A.W. Reed.
Place Wellington.