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Ù Read Ù In Morocco (Annotated & Illustrated) by Edith Wharton ↠´ izmirescort.pro

Ù Read Ù In Morocco (Annotated & Illustrated) by Edith Wharton ↠´ Nice book but sadly, no illustrations Please would the publisher explain this There seems to be a kindle edition of Wharton s book with original illustrations and it seems rather a shame to have left them out of an attractive presentation travel book such as this.
sous l oeil aiguis de l auteur, dame cultiv e au regard sans concession Voyage effectu juste apr s la premi re guerre mondiale dans un pays qui restait enti rement d couvrir Pour les amoureux des regards nostalgiques Excellent purchase This was a terrific travelogue, published in 1920, about motoring through across Morocco Edith Wharton writes remarkably well, and though some of her observations are dated slavery, for example, no longer obtains , many of her 1920 observations are as current now in 2013, as I just discovered last week while sometimes motoring through Morocco Indispensable for anyone who s been, or is thinking of going.
Nice book but sadly, no illustrations Please would the publisher explain this There seems to be a kindle edition of Wharton s book with original illustrations and it seems rather a shame to have left them out of an attractive presentation travel book such as this.
sous l oeil aiguis de l auteur, dame cultiv e au regard sans concession Voyage effectu juste apr s la premi re guerre mondiale dans un pays qui restait enti rement d couvrir Pour les amoureux des regards nostalgiques Excellent purchase This was a terrific travelogue, published in 1920, about motoring through across Morocco Edith Wharton writes remarkably well, and though some of her observations are dated slavery, for example, no longer obtains , many of her 1920 observations are as current now in 2013, as I just discovered last week while sometimes motoring through Morocco Indispensable for anyone who s been, or is thinking of going.
Received in excellent condition This is a truly wonderful description of Morocco written in1920, 8 years after the beginning of the French Protectorate Wharton was an American who missed nothing in her accounts of the lives of the people she met.
I couldn t put it down.
During her travels in Morocco in 1917, Wharton kept a rather complete, descriptive account of her experiences As expected of such a superbly talented author, her observations are well written and interesting While this gives listeners a real feel for desert living and tribes, it does not include a map, which would have been helpful in following and better understanding her journey Wharton provides some historical perspective and unusual insight into the travel of that period and into the lives of women Her account of visits to harems provide the most educational and fascinating listening Anna Fields reads beautifully, gliding through a great many difficult names, making only one detectable pronunciation error Unfortunately, old travel books normally attract a rather limited audience True armchair travelers or those with a special interest in Morocco may be interested Libraries seeking older verbal travelogs should consider Carolyn Alexander, Brigadoon Lib.
, Salinas, CA Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Independent on Sunday There was no guide book to the country before this one descriptions brim with life and colour The Times Wharton on the road is an inexhaustible joy.
During her travels in Morocco in 1917, Wharton kept a rather complete, descriptive account of her experiences As expected of such a superbly talented author, her observations are well written and interesting While this gives listeners a real feel for desert living and tribes, it does not include a map, which would have been helpful in following and better understanding her journey Wharton provides some historical perspective and unusual insight into the travel of that period and into the lives of women Her account of visits to harems provide the most educational and fascinating listening Anna Fields reads beautifully, gliding through a great many difficult names, making only one detectable pronunciation error Unfortunately, old travel books normally attract a rather limited audience True armchair travelers or those with a special interest in Morocco may be interested Libraries seeking older verbal travelogs should consider Carolyn Alexander, Brigadoon Lib.
, Salinas, CA Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Independent on Sunday There was no guide book to the country before this one descriptions brim with life and colour The Times Wharton on the road is an inexhaustible joy.
Who wouldn t be delighted to find the public domain list of FREE classic literature This is fantastic All the titles I ve always wanted to read and for free this is my kind of kindle heaven I love the way they arrive on your kindle, they re so quick, it s like magic Thank you public domain This publisher simply downloaded the Gutenberg project copy of this book, then slapped a copyright notice on it and a fancy cover Where are the illustrations, maps, etc that are in the original book this was the only reason I ordered it.
The internet has multiple warnings about this publisher and my question is why keeps selling it.
Its 1918, and in the midst of the last throes of the awful slaughter in the trenches and the failure of the Dardanelles campaign against the Ottoman Empire, Edith Wharton, gifted American novelist, braves the danger of U boats to travel to, and then through, the royal cities of Morocco and tell us about it What a delight What a verbal film about a watershed moment in an exotic place I greatly enjoyed seeing it thru her eyes and mind The air of the unforseen blows on one from the roadless passes of the Atlas Even the fierce midday sun does not wholly dispel the haze the air remains thick, opalescent, like water slightly clouded by milk Not till two or three years ago was Rabat completely pacified and when it opened its gates to the infidel it was still, as it is today, the type of the unt



This is a truly wonderful description of Morocco written in1920, 8 years after the beginning of the French Protectorate Wharton was an American who missed nothing in her accounts of the lives of the people she met.
I couldn t put it down.
Received in excellent condition Who wouldn t be delighted to find the public domain list of FREE classic literature This is fantastic All the titles I ve always wanted to read and for free this is my kind of kindle heaven I love the way they arrive on your kindle, they re so quick, it s like magic Thank you public domain This publisher simply downloaded the Gutenberg project copy of this book, then slapped a copyright notice on it and a fancy cover Where are the illustrations, maps, etc that are in the original book this was the only reason I ordered it.
The internet has multiple warnings about this publisher and my question is why keeps selling it.
Its 1918, and in the midst of the last throes of the awful slaughter in the trenches and the failure of the Dardanelles campaign against the Ottoman Empire, Edith Wharton, gifted American novelist, braves the danger of U boats to travel to, and then through, the royal cities of Morocco and tell us about it What a delight What a verbal film about a watershed moment in an exotic place I greatly enjoyed seeing it thru her eyes and mind The air of the unforseen blows on one from the roadless passes of the Atlas Even the fierce midday sun does not wholly dispel the haze the air remains thick, opalescent, like water slightly clouded by milk Not till two or three years ago was Rabat completely pacified and when it opened its gates to the infidel it was still, as it is today, the type of the unt

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