The Portuguese: the land and its people

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Penguin Books, Jun 30, 1998 - History - 391 pages
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Superficially familiar but still little-known, Portugal is undergoing a vibrant social and political transformation as it grows into a full-fledged, modern European state. Combining history, geography, cultural study, and travelogue, this engaging look at Portugal is a fascinating introduction to its rich, turbulent history and people. This newly revised edition contains practical travel advice, maps, photographs, and illustrations.

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User Review  - Carol Harrison - Goodreads

This book tried to do too much (or rather its author did). Covering the entire history of Portugal as well as commenting on its social structure, the arts, economics, etc. in one book is overwhelming ... Read full review

Contents

FROM THE END OF THE WORLD
28
KINGS QUEENS AND CASTLES
53
EMPIRE EARTHQUAKE AND THE ARGUMENT
75
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