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Wilder shores of love

Sandra DuBay

Wilder shores of love

by Sandra DuBay

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Published by Leisure Books in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSandra DuBay
ContributionsCopyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCPB Box no. 667 vol. 16
The Physical Object
Pagination439 p.
Number of Pages439
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24507148M
LC Control Number97817310

She writes about four such women in The Wilder Shores Of Love — Isabel Burton (who married the Arabist and explorer Richard), Jane Digby el-Mezrab (Lady Ellenborough, the society beauty who ended up living in the Syrian desert with a Bedouin chieftain), Aimée Dubucq de Rivery (a French convent girl captured by pirates and sent to the Sultan's harem in Istanbul), and . Title: The Wilder Shores of Love Author: Blanch, Lesley Illustrator: Illustrated by (dj design) Peter Hollander Categories: Biography/Autobiography, Edition: First Edition Publisher: New York, Simon and Schuster: Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Very Good+ in Good dj Seller ID: Keywords: Biography Women Adventure.

Search results for: ''The Wilder Shores of Love'' Book Titles Search. Select the first letter. The best known of her 12 books is The Wilder Shores of Love, about four women who all "followed the beckoning Eastern star." The book also inspired the american artist Cy Twombly, who named a painting after the novel.

Description Originally published in , The Wilder Shores of Love is the classic biography of four nineteenth-century European women who leave behind the industrialized west for Arabia in search of romance and by The Daily Telegraph as "enthralling to read," Lesley Blanchâ s first book tells the story of Isabel Burton, the wife and traveling companion of the .   Thornton Wilder book The Alcestiad. Or, A Life in the Sun, A Play in Three Acts with a Satyr Play, The Drunken Sisters, revd. The Wilder Shores of Love.


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An instant classic, it has remained in print in English since first publication in   Most famous for The Wilder Shores of Love, her book about four women travellers, Lesley Blanch was a scholarly romantic and a bold lifelong passion was for Russia, the Balkans and the Middle East.

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The Wilder Shores of Love is a work of non-fiction by travel writer Lesley Blanch. It was first published in It is a colourful account of four women – Isabel Burton, Jane Digby, Aimée du Buc de Rivéry and Isabelle Eberhardt – who left Europe to live in the Middle East.

The title of the novel inspired subsequent works. THE WILDER SHORES OF LOVE Lesley Blanch £ THE WILDER SHORES OF LOVE Lesley Blanch • Hardcover: pages • Publisher: ; First edition () • ASIN: BCIYHK • Package Dimensions: x 14 x 3 cm.

Biography. Blanch's first, bestselling book, The Wilder Shores Of Love pioneered a new kind of group biography focusing on women escaping the boredom of convention. Yet although of widely different natures, backgrounds and origins, all had this in common - each found, in the East, 'glowing horizons of emotion and daring'/5().

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On The Wilder Shores of Love: A Bohemian Life by Lesley Blanch edited by Georgia de Chamberet is published by Virago, priced £ It is available from the Guardian bookshop priced £ Topics. Description of the book "The Wilder Shores of Love": The classic story of four nineteenth-century women who, for different reasons, gravitated to the wildness of the Middle East and North Africa.

"There have been many women who have followed the. Most famous for The Wilder Shores of Love, her book about four women travellers, Lesley Blanch was a scholarly romantic and a bold writer. Her lifelong passion was for Russia, the Balkans and the Middle East.

At heart a nomad, she spent the greater part of her life travelling the remote areas her books record [ ]. Wilder Shores of Love by Sandra Dubay Published September by Leisure Books. There's no description for this book yet. Originally published inThe Wilder Shores of Love is the classic biography of four nineteenth-century European women who leave behind the industrialized west for Arabia in search of romance and : Lesley Blanch.

But it is for her writing, especially The Wilder Shores of Love (), an impressionistic account of four glamorous female travellers, that she is best remembered.

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Her lifelong passion was for Russia, the Balkans and the Middle East. At heart a nomad, she spent the greater part of her life travelling the remote areas her books record so vividly.