The latest Travel Writing by Daunt Books

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    Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell

    £7.99    
    Originally published in 1938, this is Orwell’s classic account of his experiences during the Spanish Civil War. In what is one of his finest books he describes the calamity and humanity of a chaotic war.
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    The Lost World of the Kalahari by Laurens van der Post

    £8.99    
    Laurens van der Post journeys to the heart of the Kalahari to meet the San Bushmen, the last remaining survivors from Stone Age Africa, exploring the reasons for their remarkable survival and their fascinating heritage. This is travel writing at its best, from its beautifully written description of the desolate landscape, to van der Post’s palpable excitement at meeting these extraordinary people.
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    Empires of the Indus by Alice Albina

    £12.99    
    Alice Albinia’s remarkable voyage along 2,000 miles of the Indus River. A combination of traveller’s tales and fascinating history, she traces the river from Karachi, through Pakistan, into India and then up into Tibet. Highly recommended.
  • Jacket image for I Saw Ramallah

    I Saw Ramallah by Mourid Barghouti

    £8.99    
    After the six days war in 1966 Mourid Barghouti, a Palestinian poet studying at the University of Cairo, was denied entry to Palestine. For the next thirty years he lived in exile until this journey home, meeting with his family and travelling across war-torn Ramallah. A tragic and poetic story of loss and exile and winner of the Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature.

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