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Harold Pinter
Mark Batty
Condition: New
£16.99   £12.99

This book offers a critical examination of Harold Pinter's dramatic writing over four decades, from The Room (1957) to Celebration (2000), emphasising the worth of the plays as pieces written for performance, investigating their status as dramatic (as opposed to literary) texts.

Secrets of a Stewardess: Flying the World in the 1980s
Gretchen Ryan
Condition: New

A funny, entertaining and frank account of life as an air hostess in the debauched days of the 1980s

A Naturalist in the Amazon: The Journals & Writings of Henry Walter Bates
Henry Walter Bates
Condition: New
£14.99   £6.99

This book documents Bates' ground-breaking Amazon exploration, with pages from his illustrated notebooks and excerpts from what Charles Darwin called 'the best book of natural history travels ever published'.

Family London
Jimi Famurewa
Condition: New
£10.99   £3.99

An essential insider's guide to the very best things to do in London with tots, teens and everything in between.

A Lancashire Miscellany
Tom Holman
Condition: Used, Very Good
£9.99   £4.99

From its famous landmarks and industries to its cultural and sporting highlights, A Lancashire Miscellany is bursting with intriguing facts and figures-a book to dip into again and again.

Travels with Henry James
Henry James, Hendrik Hertzberg, Michael Anesko
Condition: New
£14.99   £4.99

On the occasion of the centenary of the Master's death, a new collection of the acclaimed novelist's travel writing, taking readers from the American towns of upstate New York to villages in rural Tuscany.

Barcelona Precincts: A Curated Guide to the City's Best Shops, Eateries, Bars and Other Hangouts
Ben Holbrook
Condition: New
£17.99   £6.99

Barcelona Precincts offers a curated list of the very best places to shop, eat and drink in Barcelona's 12 hottest precincts, including Born, Raval, the Gothic quarter, Eixample and the old fishermen's quarter of Barceloneta. A 'While you're here' section also covers major sights and attractions in each ...

Strange 66: Myth, Mystery, Mayhem, and Other Weirdness on Route 66
Michael Karl Witzel
Condition: New
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Parisian Fields Pb
Condition: New
£12.95   £6.99

Perhaps no other city has so many resonances, on so many levels, as Paris, which has fragmented socially, sexually, intellectually and linguistically into many fields. Using literary analysis, film, social and gender theory, and perspectives on urbanism, this book examines some of them.

Rising Ground: A Search for the Spirit of Place
Philip Marsden
Condition: Used, Good
£20.00   £5.99

From an award-winning travel writer, this is an evocative journey around some of the country's most ancient sites and ritual places, and a profound exploration of the relationship between man and the landscape

Backroads of Texas: Along the Byways to Breathtaking Landscapes and Quirky Small Towns
Gary Clark
Condition: New

"Twenty-seven hidden backroads of Texas are documented in this book with tips, photos, and maps that show natural, historic, and bizarre sights not visible from the interstate"--

From the Lion's Mouth: A Journey Along the Indus
Iain Campbell
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From the Lion's Mouth - holiday reads and travel literature, an insightful portrait of Pakistan with themes of religion, culture and hospitality in an account of travelling up the Indus River from the Karachi mudflats through the Karakorum, Kashmir and the Himalayas to its source on Mount Kailash on the Indian side of the Tibetan plateau in Ladakh.

Island People: The Caribbean and the World
Joshua Jelly-Schapiro
Condition: New

An exploration of the Caribbean Islands, and the people who have, throughout history, made them their home, from expert in Caribbean history, Joshua Jelly-Schapiro

One Man and a Mule: Across England with a Pack Mule
Hugh Thomson
Condition: New

In the Middle Ages, mules were used to transport goods across Britain. Strong, sturdy and able to carry a good 160 lbs of weight, they made ideal walking companions (as long as you didn't ask them to do anything they disapproved of).

That Untravell'd World: Seven Journeys Through Turkey
Nicholas Dylan Ray
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Nicholas Dylan Ray grew up next to an American national park, whose mountains and forests he explored to escape his troubled home. As a young man, he left the United States, and aged twenty-two set out on a six-month journey from France to Tibet, travelling through Turkey.

The Bells of Old Tokyo: Travels in Japanese Time
Anna Sherman
Condition: New

A hauntingly original book about Tokyo and the Japanese relationship to time, memory and history, seen through the eyes of an outsider, searching for the past that underlies the city's arrestingly visible present.

The Crossway
Guy Stagg
Condition: New

Simultaneously a breathtaking account of a physical journey and a memoir about recovering from mental illness.

The Summer Isles: A Voyage of the Imagination
Philip Marsden
Condition: New

One of Britain's foremost writers of place takes an evocative journey along the western coast of Ireland and Scotland to chart the perennial allure of this perilous and myth-rich stretch of sea

The Wandering Vine: Wine, the Romans and Me
Nina Caplan
Condition: New


'Wine is alive, ageing and changing, but it's also a triumph over death. These grapes should rot. Instead they ferment. What better magic ...

Forest: Walking among trees
Matt Collins
Condition: New

Forest celebrates the diverse ways in which trees and forests are as magnificent, economically relevant and profoundly enchanting today as they ever have been.

Journeying across the continents, Matt Collins and Roo Lewis tie together both the historical context and modern-day applications of some of the world's most fascinating and iconic trees.

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