Two Travel Books with a Twist

Finishing off the Seville series with a look at interesting travel books, here are two which are a little out of the ordinary: Edward Lewine’s ‘Death in the Sun’ was written after a year following a well-known bull-fighter and his entourage round Spain and Jason Webster writes of the Arabic influences in Spanish culture which he uncovered on his journey across the country in ‘Andalus’. Both go far beyond the ‘here-are-some-things-I-saw’ approach and analyse a specific aspect of Spanish culture in fascinating depth.

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