Turunen, Pekka. SEINÄÄ VATEN: Lypö, Tilkkanen, Mörsky ja Minä. / AGAINST THE WALL Lypö, Tilkkanen, Mörsky and I. Kaleva, Oulu (Finland): Kustannus Pohjoinen, (1995).
Folio-sized book, decorative blue cloth covers boards, green cloth over spine, gilt lettering to green cloth, embedded emblem to front board, brief text in Finnish and English, chiefly color photographs. Dust jacket reproduces color photographs front and rear. (951-749-196-4); 12" x 16-1/4"; 87 pp. Endpapers and top edge of front board show faint sunning, otherwise little wear, clean and unmarked. Jacket has some large closed tears along edges but only minimal losses, a number appears inked on the forehead of the woman pictured on rear panel, in clear protective cover. Very Good + book in Good jacket.
"Finnish society became urbanised more rapidly than almost any other in Europe. Just fifty years ago, three out of four Finns lived in the countryside, making their living from the land - or the forest. Today this applies to only one in three people, and since Finland joined the European Union, their ranks have thinned even further. Those who have remained in the countryside now have their backs to the wall - which is precisely where the photographer has put them for the pictures in this book." (jacket front flap) .