Report from Practically Nowhere

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First edition (publ. Harper & Brothers)

Report from Practically Nowhere is a 1959 humorous travelogue by American journalist John Sack, illustrated by Shel Silverstein. The book consists of thirteen profiles of microstates, principalities, autonomous areas, and other places visited by the author:


In 1974, Tori Haring-Smith revisited ten of the thirteen countries, supported by a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship.[1]

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