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This fantastic book - which can be seen either as a fact or a fiction - is about the relationship between the author and his father, an American airman during the First World War.


Book cover finish Canvas finish, Hardcover ( rounded spine binding )
Special features First edition, Dedicated copy, Slightly damaged dust jacket
Condition Old, like new
Number of pages 243
Published date 1967
Languages English
Size 15 x 23 x 3 cm
Author Mark Rascovich
Editor Martin Secker & Warburg Limited


France between the two wars is the scene of the six episodes in this high - spirited and original book, a France magically transmuted by the author's skill and the nature of his material into a land of romance where almost anything can happen, a country somewhat akin to the Spain through which Don Quixote pursued his amazing adventures. The author's father belonged to a small group of World War I veterans, airmen all, known as Les Canards Crevés, or the Ruptured Ducks.


( ... ) To this group Father, an American, belonged. He is the eagle, his son the egg. Father loved France, settled in France, bought an historic château and brought up his son there, and fired his son's imagination with his reckless abandon, generosity of spirit, unconventionality, and coolness in the face of danger. Father bewitched Son, in this book Son describes some of the forms of his bewitchment. ( ... ) 

Mark Rascovich

Mark Rascovich ( 1921 - December 10th, 1976 ) was born in San Francisco ( California, United States ). He lived in Europe from the time he was 2 years old until the age of 21. During this part of his life, he attended schools in Germany, Great Britain, Sweden and France ( Paris ). 

During the Second World War, Mark Rascovich was a reconnaissance pilot for 3 years in Alaska and Africa, and flew transport duty on the North Atlantic. After the war, he became involved in the ocean towing and salvage business, which led to marine and oceanographic work. 

Mark Rascovich was the author of the following books : The Flight of the Dancing Bear ( 1959 ), The Bedford Incident ( 1963 ), Falkenhorst ( 1974 ). 

( sources : THE EAGLE AND HIS EGG,, )

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