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Since its discovery by Magellan in 1520, Patagonia was known as a contry of black fogs and whirlwinds at the end of the inhabited world. It immediately lodged itself in the imagination as a metaphor for "the ultimate", the point beyond which one could not go. In this book, Chatwin and Theroux join forces to explores the instances in which the "final capes of exile" have affected the literary imagination, and to track down some of the extraordinary travellers, past and present, from W.H. Hudson, to Captain Joshua Slocum and ...

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Patagonia Revisited 1997, Macmillan _

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Patagonia Revisited 1992, Jonathan Cape Ltd, London

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Patagonia Revisited 1986, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, MA

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Patagonia Revisited 1985, Michael Russell

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Patagonia Revisited 1985, Michael Russell Publishing Ltd, Norwich

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Patagonia Revisited

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ISBN 039538401X
ISBN-13 9780395384015
Pages 62
Edition 1st ed
Publisher Houghton Mifflin
Published 1986
Language English
Alibris ID 14162648011

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Boston. 1986. January 1986. Houghton Mifflin. 1st American Edition. Very Good in Dustjacket. ISBN: 039538401x. Illustrated by Kyffin Williams. 62 apges. hardcover. Jacket design by Humphrey Stone. FROM THE PUBLISHER-Since its discovery by Magellan in 1520, Patagonia was known as a country of black fogs and whirlwinds at the end of the inhabited world. It immediately lodged itself in the imagination as a metaphor for 'the ultimate', the point beyond which one could not go. In this book, Chatwin and Theroux join forces to explores the instances in which the 'final capes of exile' have affected the literary imagination, and to track down some of the extraordinary travellers, past and present, from W.H. Hudson, to Captain Joshua Slocum and Butch Cassidy. Paul Theroux has won the Whitbread Literary Award. This book had its origins in an entertainment the writers gave for The Royal Geographical Society, at a time when Theroux was following Chatwin's 'In Patagonia' with 'The Old Patagonian Express'. inventory #10187.