Eternal Spain by Alastair Reid
The Spanish Rural Landscape

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This is the essential landscape of Spain, a landscape of surprising diversity and beauty--of farms, villages, small towns, medieval fortress-castles, traditional bullfights, gypsies, and farmers that embody those elements of Spanish culture still little-touched by the homogenizing influences of modern life. 125 full-color illustrations.

About Alastair Reid

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Reid is a poet, a prose writer, a translator, a traveler, and a regular correspondent for The New Yorker. He has translated the work of many Latin American writers.
Published October 1, 1991 by Harry N Abrams. 172 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Arts & Photography, Travel. Non-fiction

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Dramatizing already spectacular vistas through angle and lighting, these double-page spreads of castles, whitewashed houses, patchwork fields and Roman ruins amid the varied landscapes of the Spanish

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