1 edition of Lisbon found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Alison Friesinger Hill ; photography by Tony Aruzza.|
|Series||Insight city guides|
|Contributions||Hill, Alison Friesinger., Aruzza, Tony., Williams, Roger.|
Lisbon markets are also great for finding good deals on English-language book, as well as books in French and German. Feira da Ladra (Campo de Santa Clara, Tuesdays and Saturdays) in Alfama has a ton of used book sellers. Some of them know what they have, others just found it on the street somewhere, so there are bargains galore. Publisher Description History and fate collide as the Nazis rise to power in The Night in Lisbon, a classic tale of survival from the renowned author of All Quiet on the Western Front. With the world slowly sliding into war, it is crucial that enemies of the Reich flee Europe at once. But so many routes are closed, and so much money is needed/5(24).
Night Train to Lisbon is a sensuous tale of the pursuit of love and passion against all odds, set in the s when the world was on the brink of war and suspicion of loyalty, motivation, and intent -- to both country and lover -- was at flood tide. Carson Weatherell is a privileged young American woman traveling in Europe in , courtesy of her aunt and uncle who live/5. The Lisbon Book Fair (Feira do Livro de Lisboa) is a book fair held annually in Lisbon, is held at the Eduardo VII Park.. The Lisbon Book Fair is one of the oldest cultural festivals held in the capital of was inaugurated in the s, and its traditional location is the Eduardo VII Park (Parque Eduardo VII), the largest park of Lisbon, which is located in the vicinity.
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The description and introduction to this book describe a collection of stories of politics, spies and subterfuge in Lisbon during World War II, the ensuing chapters all seem to be about "The Most Beautiful Dictator," Salazar, and how he brilliantly kept Portugal Lisbon book of the by: 7.
Lisbon in 3 Days (Travel Guide Book with photos): Best things to do in Lisbon, Portugal: Includes: travel plan for three days, daily Google Maps, food guide,basic Portuguese words and local Tips.
Lisbon a city in the shadows is a non-fiction book by Neil Lochery about a country's importance in WW2 and the stories that go unheard.A city where the allied and axis powers fought over espionage,propaganda,refugees fleeing France and natural resources within the book also goes through how the dictator /5.
Lisbon: A Decorative Book │ Perfect for Stacking on Coffee Tables & Bookshelves │ Customized Interior Design & Home Decor (City Life Book Series) by Decora Book Co. Livraria Britânica, located in the Bairro Alto, is one of the best places for English language books in Lisbon.
The bookstore carries a wide range of classic novels, children's books, and popular fiction, including classics like Charles Dickens and D.H. Lawrence. Written by an Italian author, this novel is a dreamlike journey through Lisbon. Written as a tribute to the Portuguese poet Fenando Pessoa, this beautiful short novel centres on the quest of the narrator to meet the ghosts of the past whilst giving the reader a fascinating and surreal taste of Lisbon.
A Small Death in Lisbon by Robert Wilson. Portugal is a country that loves books, with Lisbon home to the world’s oldest bookstore Lisbon book continuous hout the city, open-air markets sell second-hand tomes, and in Parque Eduardo VII, Lisbon holds its annual book fair, set to celebrate its 87th anniversary in There’s plenty here to keep bookworms occupied and happy, and at the top of the list are these independent Author: Nina Santos.
ISBN (English Paperback) Night Train to Lisbon is a philosophical novel by Swiss writer Pascal Mercier. It recounts the travels of Swiss Classics instructor Raimund Gregorius as he explores the life of Amadeu de Prado, a Portuguese doctor, during António de Oliveira Salazar 's right-wing dictatorship in : Pascal Mercier.
The Bertrand Bookstore in Lisbon, Portugal has been open since That’s right, years. It was open by Peter Faure to be a hub of Lisbon’s art and intellectual scene, over time, has become the cornerstone of the Bertrand bookstore chain, has more than 50 stores throughout : Jeff O'neal.
The Night in Lisbon (German: Die Nacht von Lissabon) is a novel by Erich Maria Remarque published in It revolves around the plight of two German refugees in the opening months of World War II.
One of the refugees relates their story during the course of a single night in Lisbon in Author: Erich Maria Remarque. Lisbon Portugal Guide - Fully Updated for.
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Chiado and Rossio are both at an 8-minute walk. Booked 8 times in the last 1 hour. Last booked 12 minutes ago. Opens in new window. Opens in new window. #N#Opens in new window. A Small Death in Lisbon (Robert Wilson, ).
In this award-winning thriller, a contemporary police procedural is woven with an espionage story set during World War II, with Portugal's 20th-century history as a backdrop. Amália (). This film captures the life of Portugal's beloved fado singer, Amália Rodrigues, who rose from poverty to.
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Last booked 8 hours ago on. Lisbon (/ ˈ l ɪ z b ən /; Portuguese: Lisboa; ()) is the capital and the largest city of Portugal, with an estimated population ofwithin its administrative limits in an area of km 2. Lisbon's urban area extends beyond the city's administrative limits with a population of around million people, being the 10th-most populous urban area in the European ct: Lisbon.
Israeli author Guiora Barak offers his debut novel THE GIRL FOR LiSBON, a story enhanced by his service in the diplomatic corps as well as his experience as a tour guide for the Israeli Geographical Society: his depth of knowledge about other countries’ histories and their cultures is impressive/5(25).
From Lisbon with love: the best city spots for romance. Stroll hand-in-hand through backstreets twisting up to hilltop miradouros, hidden courtyards and vintage funiculars and you'll soon fall head over hills with the Portuguese capital.
Lisbon by the book. Night Train to Lisbon is a philosophical novel by Swiss writer Pascal Mercier. It recounts the travels of Swiss Classics instructor Raimund Gregorius as he explores the life of Amadeu de Prado, a Portuguese doctor, during António de Oliveira Salazar's right-wing dictatorship in Portugal/5.
But the story pulled me in. The narrator learns immediately on arrival in Lisbon that the author he seeks is 30 years dead.
The book is about the narrator's search to learn about what kind of man the author was that could have such a powerful impact on him to cause /5().A fine introduction to five of Lisbon's most well-known poets: Camoes, Verde, de Sa Caneiro, Espanca and Pessoa (in several of his heteronyms).
I loved the quality feel of this book - the thick, ivory pages, its grey and elegant typefaces - and its quirky illustrations/5.Lisbon Wine Hotel is rated "Exceptional" by our guests.
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