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Familiar Spanish Travels, by William Dean Howells Algeciras and Tarifa When we walked out on the terrace of our hotel at Algeciras after breakfast, the first morning, we were greeted by the familiar form of the Rock of Gibraltar still advertising, as we had seen it three years before, a well-known American insurance company. If you didn’t know already, they have a free e-book section and if you simply switch to the Spanish version of the website, the free e-books will be in Spanish. The easiest way is to download the Kindle Reading Application (available for desktop computers, tablets and smartphones) and then transfer the files to your devices—mobi or epub.
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Familiar Spanish Travels by William Dean Howells A review by Robert Bovington In OctoberAmerican William Dean Howells travelled to Spain. The author wrote about his experiences in Familiar Spanish Travels. As an avid reader of books about Spain, I have mixed feelings about this book/5.
Familiar Spanish Travels W. Howells No preview available. All Book Search results » About the author () William Dean Howells was born in Martin's Ferry, Ohio on March 1, He dropped out of school to work as a typesetter and a printer's apprentice.
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Familiar Spanish Travels Contents Autobiographical approaches -- San Sebastian and beautiful Biscay -- Burgos and the bitter cold of Burgos -- The variety of Valladolid -- Phases of Madrid -- A night and day in Toledo -- The great bridiron of St.
Lawrence -- Cordova and the way there -- First days in Seville -- Sevillian aspects and incidents. Read the full-text online edition of Familiar Spanish Travels ().
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