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Edinburgh: A Travellers' Companion

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David Daiches presents a vivid kaleidoscope of impressions of Edinburgh that splendidly recreate the spirit of the place. This anthology of extracts from letters, memoirs, diaries, novels and biographies of interesting visitors and inhabitants, including the writings of Scott, Boswell, Cockburn, John Knox and many others, recreates for today's visitors the drama, the histo...more
Hardcover, 246 pages
Published September 1st 1986 by Atheneum Books (first published August 1978)
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