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Signalling from Mars

Background & synopsis to Signalling from Mars

Arthur Ransome was a prolific and natural letter writer. Although many of his letters have undoubtedly been lost, hundreds survive. Signalling from Mars contains a fascinating selection of his correspondence, written between 1914 and 1964.

First publication

Published by Jonathan Cape in March, 1997.

Availability

  • Out of Print

Ransome's drawing of three pigeons, our autobiography logo, used for Signalling from Mars

Two days ago I fished for three hours in an open hole in the ice under the walls of the Kremlin.

 

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