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Spain
  • ISBN: 9780571241767
  • Pages: 160
  • Publisher: Faber & Faber
  • Binding: Paperback

Spain

Jan Morris
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‘Spain is one of the absolutes. Nothing is more compelling than the drama, at once dark and dazzling, of that theatre over the hills . . .’

Passionate, evocative and beautifully written, Spain is a companion to the country: its people, its history and its character. First published in 1964 and no less compelling today, this classic work by Jan Morris is a wonderful sweep through history, in which she explores the splendour of the landscape and the glory and tragedy of the nation.

‘The most evocative book ever written about Spain.’ Independent



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