The liquid continent : travels through Alexandria, Venice and Istanbul (Book, 2010) [WorldCat.org]
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The liquid continent : travels through Alexandria, Venice and Istanbul

Author: Nicholas Woodsworth
Publisher: London : Haus Publishing, ©2010.
Series: ArmchairTraveller.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Published to critical acclaim in 2008, Nicholas Woodsworth's Mediterranean Trilogy, released originally in three volumes, is now available in a single paperback edition. Combining travel narrative, history, and reflection on contemporary Mediterranean life, Woodsworth finds an intimacy, a garrulous warmth, and a near-tribal sociability that belongs uniquely to the cities on the fringe of this sea. It is neither  Read more...
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Named Person: Nicholas Woodsworth; Nicholas Woodsworth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Woodsworth
ISBN: 9781906598754 1906598754
OCLC Number: 502424797
Notes: Originally published: in 3 v. 2008.
Description: 348 pages ; 20 cm.
Series Title: ArmchairTraveller.
Other Titles: Travels through Alexandria, Venice and Istanbul
Responsibility: by Nicholas Woodworth.

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Published to critical acclaim in 2008, Nicholas Woodsworth's Mediterranean Trilogy is now available in a single paperback edition. Combining travel narrative, history and reflection on contemporary  Read more...

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'[Woodsworth's] enchanting journey around the old seaports... a Mediterranean trilogy to cherish' The Guardian 'An astute reporter with a dry humour and an impressive eye for detail' Sunday Telegraph

 
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