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  • The Canary Islands: Tenerifeby Kelly Lipscomb

    Hunter Publishing 2011; US$ 8.99

    The overwhelming popularity of Tenerife among European travelers is due to a number of factors. Geographically, it is situated roughly at the center of the archipelago, facilitating ferry travel to each of the surrounding islands. Though it is the largest in total area - around 100 km long and 40 km across at its widest point (62 x 24 miles) - touring... more...

  • The Canary Islands: Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuertaventura & Lanzaroteby Kelly Lipscomb

    Hunter Publishing 2011; US$ 8.99

    In most cases travelers begin their trip here on one of the two most popular islands and, if they want, use the ferry boats to reach the smaller islands for short day-excursions. While Gran Canaria and Tenerife offer the widest array of tourist entertainment and accommodations, each has beautiful and largely unspoiled natural areas just a short drive... more...

  • Toledo, Castilla-La-Mancha & the Path of Don Quixoteby Kelly Lipscomb

    Hunter Publishing 2011; US$ 7.99

    The stark beauty of the Castilla-La Manch region of Spain is occasionally punctuated by white windmills capped with black, pointed roofs. Holdovers from the 16th and 17th century, they are the beloved landmarks of the region and the brunt of its most famous joke. This was the imaginative canvas of Cervantes, the favored land of his blundering ideologue,... more...

  • Two Middle-Aged Ladies in Andalusiaby Penelope Chetwode

    Eland Publishing 2012; US$ 14.57

    Penelope Chetwode?s middle-aged companion on her ride over the mule tracks and goat paths of Andalusia in 1961 was a twelve-year-old mare, La Marquesa. This treasured animal, borrowed from the Duke of Wellington?s Spanish stables, brought her experience of native travel conditions to the expedition, which was otherwise inspired by the author?s reading... more...

  • Gibraltarby Gareth Stockey; Chris Grocott

    University of Wales Press 2012; US$ 120.00

    A timely and up-to-date history of a place and people embroiled in an enduring international dispute. more...

  • Last Days of the Bus Clubby Chris Stewart

    Sort Of Books 2014; US$ 5.82

    It?s two decades since Chris Stewart moved to his farm on the wrong side of a river in the mountains of southern Spain and his daughter Chloe is preparing to fly the nest for university. In this latest, typically hilarious dispatch from El Valero, we find Chris, now something of a local literary celebrity, using that fame to help out his old... more...

  • George Sand & Frederick Chopinby Sand

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 220.00

    George Sand recounts the story of her 1838 winter in Majorca, a winter she passed in the company of Frederick Chopin. She describes the natural beauties of Majorca as well as the rumblings of approaching war. more...

  • Gibraltar, Identity and Empireby E.G. Archer

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 48.95

    The principal argument in Gibraltar and Empire is that Gibraltarians constitute a separate and distinctive people, notwithstanding the political stance taken by the government of Spain. Various factors - environmental, ethnic, economic, political, religious, linguistic, educational and informal - are adduced to explain the emergence of a sense... more...

  • Ethnicity and Violenceby Diego Muro

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 54.95

    This book provides a genealogy of radical Basque nationalism and the means by which this complex, often violent, political movement has reinforced Basque identity. Radical nationalists are mobilized by a shared frame of reference where ethnicity and violence are intertwined in a nostalgic recreation of a golden age and a quasi-religious imperative... more...

  • Nationalism, Violence and Democracyby Ludger Mees

    Palgrave Macmillan 2003; US$ 175.00

    Ludger Mees offers the first comprehensive study of one of Europe's most protracted ethnic conflicts. He carefully analyzes both the historical roots of the conflict and its later growing violent dimension. Special attention is paid to the framing of a new opportunity structure during the 1990s, which facilitated the first serious, but ultimately... more...