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A Romantic in SpainA Romantic in Spain
Theophile Gautier
In May 1840, Théophile Gautier, the enfant terrible of the French Romantic movement, set off by coach from Paris for a journey to Spain. Hired by the journal La Presse to send back regular installments of his travelogue, Gautier recorded his e...
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Alaskan Lonely Hearts ClubAlaskan Lonely Hearts Club
And Other Unlikely Travel Tales
Paul Gogarty; foreword by Nicholas Crane

In Alaskan Lonely Hearts Club acclaimed travel writer Paul Gogarty shares his life on the road in 26 A-Z stories rec...
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Alice in WaterlandAlice in Waterland
Lewis Carroll and the River Thames in Oxford
Mark J. Davies
“A splendid book—fully informative and balanced about Dodgson’s life and (Alice-related) preoccupations, and marvellously detailed when it comes to the river and Oxford. A really important addition to the literature of Lewis Car...
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America's Back PorchAmerica's Back Porch
Daniel Jeffreys
In Murray, Kentucky, they have more teenage vampires than fried chicken. In Capshaw, Alabama, the prison guards relax after work by dancing with grizzly bears. While in Los Angeles, a Dalmatian puppy called Cotton is about to have his first face lift...
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Aran Islands, TheAran Islands, The
J.M. Synge; illustrations by Jack B. Yeats; foreword by Julian Bell

"Go to the Aran Islands. Live there as if you were one of the people themselves, express a life that has never found expression." J.M. Synge did exactly as W.B. Yeats suggested and, revisiting these harsh yet beautiful specks of land off...
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By the Ionian SeaBy the Ionian Sea
Notes of a Ramble in Southern Italy
George Robert Gissing; Introduction and notes by Pierre Coustillas
"The names of Greece and Italy draw me as no others; they make me young again. The world of the Greeks and Romans is my land of romance."

In 1897 the Victorian novelist George Gissing undertook a brief but eventful journ...
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Call of the WildCall of the Wild
edited by Roly Smith
England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland have a variety of wild landscapes unrivalled anywhere in the world, ranging from remote coastal islands to special places in Sussex and Suffolk, from unknown hills to famous mountains, from standing stones to for...
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Coming Down the SeineComing Down the Seine
Robert Gibbings
“Four hundred miles from source to mouth—just twice the length of the Thames. There was scarcely a yard of it that I hadn’t touched, from its first cress-bordered trickle to the broad highways where cyclopean buttresses of chalk hol...
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Dancing In the No-Fly ZoneDancing In the No-Fly Zone
A Woman’s Journey Through Iraq
Hadani Ditmars
Here is a unique perspective on Iraq, before and after the recent war.

When Hadani Ditmars first went to Iraq in 1997 for the New York Times, she was shocked at what she saw. Six years of the worst sanctions ever inflicte...
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Dickens on FranceDickens on France
Fiction, Journalism and Travel
edited by John Edmondson
“Charles Dickens, Français naturalisé, et Citoyen de Paris.” This is how Dickens signed a letter from France to his friend John Forster in 1847. Behind the joke lay a fascination for French life and culture and a sense of af...
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Dreams of ElsewhereDreams of Elsewhere
Selected Travel Writings of Robert Louis Stevenson
edited by June Skinner Sawyers
Best known for his fiction writing, Robert Louis Stevenson was also an essayist, journalist, poet, and travel writer. His first major work was An Inland Voyage, an account of his journey by canoe from Antwerp to northern France. The companio...
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Howard Carter and the Discovery of the Tomb of TutankhamunHoward Carter and the Discovery of the Tomb of Tutankhamun
H. V. F. Winstone
Told with distinction and graphic tension, here is the life story of Howard Carter, most famous of archaeologists, and the incredible story of the discovery of those "wonderful things" and the splendor of the most memorial of all royal lege...
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Islands GaloreIslands Galore
A Scottish Island Factbook
Jim Dow
Scotland’s islands are a treasure trove of beauty, heritage, peace, solitude—and surprises. They are, by their very nature, off the beaten track and those who visit them selfishly want them to stay that way. But there are enough to go aro...
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Journey to MauritiusJourney to Mauritius
Bernardin de Saint-Pierre; translated by Jason Wilson
Paul et Virginie (1787), an adolescent love story set in an exotic Indian Ocean island, was one of the literary sensations of the age. Telling of a passion both chaste and doomed, the novel combined fashionable sentimentality with an evocati...
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Joy UnconfinedJoy Unconfined
Lord Byron’s Grand Tour Re-Toured
Ian Strathcarron
Lord Byron completed his Grand Tour of the Mediterranean between 1809 and 1811, leaving England at the age of twenty-one as an undiscovered soul and returning as "Byron," with all that implies: the brand, the baggage and the brio.

With t...
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Kingdoms of ExperienceKingdoms of Experience
Everest, the Unclimbed Ridge
Andrew Greig
The last attempt by a Chris Bonington team to conquer Everest by the unclimbed north-east ridge had ended in failure and the tragic death of two great climbers. This extraordinary book chronicles not only the assault on the peak, but also the complex...
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Long Rider to RomeLong Rider to Rome
1400 Miles by Pilgrim Horse from Canterbury
Mefo Phillips; foreword by Robin Hanbury-Tenison


Still hooked on adventure after their long pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, a few years later Mefo...
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A Traveller's Anthology
edited by Deborah Manley
Few countries are as marked by their history as the Maltese islands of Malta and Gozo. At least five centuries before St. Paul was shipwrecked on Malta’s northern shore on his way to Rome and martyrdom, what are perhaps the oldest stone buildin...
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Meet you in Atlantic CityMeet you in Atlantic City
Travels in Springsteen's New Jersey
James Pettifer

Bruce Springsteen—“The Boss”—has towered over the rock world since he shot to international fame with “Born to Run” and other c...
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Midnight TalesMidnight Tales
A Woman’s Journey Through the Middle East
Rosina-Fawzia Al-Rawi; translated by Monique Arav
"In actual fact, the only thing that matters in life is love, yet the inquisitive mind must be fed a few facts... Look at Baghdad!" commands Rosina-Fawzia al-Rawi’s lively and imperious aunt Fatima, one of the characters in this delig...
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