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Journey into Barbary: Travels across Morocco (Tauris Parke Paperbacks) Paperback – 28 Aug 2013
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Lewis was one of those high-powered, controversial and prophetic figures to whom no one can react with indifference. He was a fellow-traveller with fascism who wrote enthusiastically about Hitler. . . . A toughy, you see: a would-be shocker: a braggart. But his eye for the comic surface of things is marvellous.
Philip Toynbee, Observer
The most fascinating personality of our time.
Bears witness to Lewis's vigorous admiration for the character and culture of the Berbers.. and to Lewis's unconventional vision brought to bear on landscape, architecture and human beings. --Times Literary Supplement
The most fascinating personality of our time. --T.S. Eliot
About the Author
Original, ferociously witty, controversial, Wyndham Lewis (1882-1957) is celebrated as a painter - co-founder of the Vorticist Movement - and writer. His most well-known novels include The Revenge for Love and Tarr, as well as a major work of fiction, The Human Age. He served in France during World War I and his subsequent paintings of war earned him a place as one of the early 20th century's most dynamic artists.
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