We've all seen it, many have read it, but with the coming of changing leaves and an impending autumnal wanderlust, it's perfect to return to. As ~ and melody combine into a single text promising to invigorate as much as it takes us away.— Kevin
Chinese edition of Invisible Cities. An imaginary Marco Polo describes the imaginary cities to an imaginary Kublai Khan, the Mongol emperor. This book is faithfully translation by a scholar of architecture and an essayist.