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Wilder shores of love

Madeleine Ker

Wilder shores of love

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Published by Mills & Boon Ltd in Surrey .
Written in English


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Statementby Madeleine Ker.
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Open LibraryOL14978504M
ISBN 100263114589
OCLC/WorldCa16705729


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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 by The Daily Telegraph as "enthralling to read," Lesley Blanch's first book tells the story of Isabel Burton, the wife and traveling companion of the /5(35).

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 so vividly.

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(38).

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