Laurie Lee (1914-1997). As I Walked out One Midsummer's Morning (1969)
Jason Webster (b. 1970), Duende: A Journey in Search of Flamenco (2003)
The 1930s England to which Lee returned - “snoozing under old newspapers and knotted handkerchiefs” -
1930s, 1940s and 1950s, has been kept in a glass case in the municipal Youth Department since it was given to the city by Michael, and will be the focus of a series of activities before it is moved to the museum.
One of these activities will take place
...was opened in the early 1930s, making it Japan's first National Park. Here, in the shadow of the immense Mt Unzen, you can discover the hot springs known as 'Unzen Jigoku' or hell springs, as they spit, scream and boil. There are plenty of self-guided
Institute in Madrid, was seduced by Spain.
One of his most famous works, Spanish Raggle-Taggle, is based on his travels through Spain during the 1930s.
Robert Boyd is probably one of the most popular Irish heroes connected with Spain. Boyd was one of
...the ashes of communism after reunification with the East. Etched into the Bundesbank DNA was the vow never again to return to the inflation that ravaged the 1930s when a million Marks bought 1 US Dollar. Germany today has the largest current account
...the city, played host to Antonio Gaudí, Pío Baroja and William Somerset Maugham, the best paid writer in the world in the 1930s. The poet Mercedes Acosta sought refuge in one of its suites after breaking up with Greta Garbo. It was there where she