5 edition of Spirit of place, Paris found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||54 p. : ill. (some col.) ;|
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2, No. 2, pp. Author: Justin Mcguinness. About the Book Spirit of Place is a collection of paintings, with accompanying text, of the beatiful, atmospheric ruins of Fountains Abbey in North Yorkshire, England. A World Heritage site, Fountains is the most complete survival of Yorkshire's many abbeys and the most ed on: J A Search for the Spirit of Place.
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I willingly admit to seeing 'characters' almost as functions of a landscape,"" wrote Durrell for a New York Times article in This tastefully selective collection of essays, excerpts from published works and letters over three decades, although handily dubbed ""travel writings,"" provide some bright clues to the modus operandi of a vigorous and flamboyant : Lawrence Durrell.
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