Spain

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Prentice Hall Press, 1964 - Travel - 207 pages
4 Reviews
First published in 1964, this universally praised odyssey through Spain has been revised and superbly illustrated. History, legend, landscape, architecture, religion, character, and anecdote are brilliantly woven together to create a fascinating and complex portrait. 120 color illustrations.

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User Review  - Nick Sweeney - Goodreads

I find Jan Morris's writing fascinating in general. I loved her 'Trieste and the Meaning of Nowhere'. I read it in Trieste, and I think, Trieste being a relatively small place, albeit with a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rob Innis - Goodreads

Thoroughly enjoyable, informative well observed and written with a concise informative style. OK it was first published in 1964 so it is now a book of social as well as actual history. It fills a gap ... Read full review

Contents

AN INTRODUCTORY NOTE
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MAP
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THE GIST OF
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Copyright

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About the author (1964)

Jan Morris is a travel writer and historian. Her many books include Hong Kong: Epilogue to an Empire, The Venetian Empire: A Sea Voyage, Conundrum, and Among the Cities.

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