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About the AuthorRobert Byron (1905 - 1941) was one of the twentieth century's greatest travel writers as well as a noted art critic and historian. He is the author of the acclaimed The Road to Oxiana, considered by many to be the first example of great travel writing. He is also the author of Europe in the Looking Glass and The Byzantine Achievement.
Author 1Robert Byron
Editorial ReviewOne comes away from reading him with a joyous consciousness of having seen for the first time a whole world of unsuspected things.' - Christopher Sykes; 'Byron's skill at detail while delivering sweeping observations on the politics and turmoil of the times, is not only good fireside reading but it should be the aspiration of any serious writer attempting to define a journey instead of a trip.' - Kathleen Buckley; 'It is a volume that will bear reading again and again.' - Daily Telegraph; 'The Station reveals a travel writer of sly, urbane wit with a sense of style and a refreshing vocabulary.' - Arnold Bennett, Evening Standard
Number of Pages272
Publication Date21/12/2010
PublisherTauris Parke Paperbacks

The Station - Paperback

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