4 edition of Virago woman"s travel guide to New York found in the catalog.
Virago woman"s travel guide to New York
|Series||The Virago woman"s travel guides|
|LC Classifications||F128.18 .B27 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||346 p. :|
|Number of Pages||346|
|LC Control Number||93060068|
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May Sinclair A Far Cry from Kensington. Madame de Treymes. A lot of the early ones suffer in comparison to modern travel writing, which is not necessarily better, but which tends to be funnier and snappier than older works.
The Shutter of Snow. Detached, intelligent, urbane, she observes three generations of her family strut and fret their hour upon the stage. As ever with such collections, there were several entries which I did not quite enjoy as much as the rest, but each was undoubtedly fascinating in its own way.
Union Street Pat Barker A Deputy Was King. Random House UK kept a ten per cent stake in the company, and continued to handle sales and distribution.
Mary Webb Hudson Street and Greenwich Avenue are also prime boutique-browsing territories. Nightingale Wood. Kay Boyle Elaine Dundy Travel Light Naomi Mitchison Baedeker published four German-language titles, RheinreiseMoselreise, Holland and Belgienin the s.
InJohn Murray started his Handbook for Travellers series. She was a bush pilot who also bred and trained racehorses in colonial Africa, and in September ofshe was the first pilot to fly solo non-stop from Europe to North America.
At one point she was so hungry she ate her leather boots, but she made it. Fanny Burney Baedekers with Biedermeier covers Initially, Karl Baedeker published his travel guidebooks with various bindings. Anna Apparent Nina Bawden Through a month of snowy passes, broken equipment, run-ins with bears and strange men, what she found was her own experience of nature, distinctly different from the male version we so often read about.
Wuthering Heights. Country: U. Sometimes it's because the essays are very old, and written in an archaic style that's hard to follow. Golden Lads. The Knight of Cheerful Countenance. The Edwardians Vita Sackville-West Hudson River Park begins in the Financial District and continues along the river all the way to 59th Street.
Beatrix Lehmann It has brought some marvellous women, both in terms of personality and writing ablity, to my attention, and I can only conclude this review by saying that it is a joy for any women traveller to read.Mar 27, · Marybeth’s best-selling first collection of travel stories, A Woman’s World, chronicled and celebrated the diverse and bold new ways women are exploring the planet.
A Woman’s World won the prestigious Lowell Thomas Award for Best Travel Book of the Year and elicited not only critical praise but thousands of enthusiastic letters from readers.
I absolutely loved Kristin Rockaway’s debut novel, The Wild Woman’s Guide to Traveling the World.
Through lush, almost nostalgic description, I found myself travelling from the busy streets of Hong Kong to corporate skyscrapers in New York City and beyond/5. Mar 14, · Last year, for instance, the US writer Roxane Gay highlighted the problem of access for black writers by analysing the books reviewed in the New York Times over the Author: Kira Cochrane.
The Virago collection: Brilliant Careers: The Virago Book of 20 th Century Fiction includes an extract from the opening pages of the book where she describes the excitement of being a girl in the bush with her father. My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin, first published in and published as a Virago Modern Classic in pp.
Small curving streets, peculiar alleys, and historic town houses—it's easy to see why the tree-lined thoroughfares of the West Village (which are primarily residential) are in such high demand. Jan 21, · Buy Lonely Planet New York City (Travel Guide) 9 by Lonely Planet, Regis St Louis, Cristian Bonetto (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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