Consummate travel writer Norman Lewis's most remarkable travel essays, collected in one volume
"You'd find it of immense interest, I assure you, and full of amazing adventures." So says a British colonial official to Norman Lewis while imploring him to visit Yemen at a time when the country is rarely visited by Western travelers. And indeed, this splendid collection of Lewis's travel essays is full of amazing adventures.
Spanning sixty years and many countries, Lewis's writing dives deep into the cultures he visits and brings them to life with eloquent depictions of his personal experiences—from the Huichols of western Mexico to the hunter-gatherer-poet Indians of Paraguay; from the streets of Naples to the steppes of Russia during the Soviet era; and more.
by Norman Lewis
by Lewis Carroll
by Sinclair Lewis
by J.M. Synge
by H.M. Tomlinson
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