Books by Publisher: Eland Publishing Ltd

    Travels on my Elephant

    By Mark Shand

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    The author buys an elephant named Tara and rides her over six hundred miles across India to the Sonepur Mela, the world's oldest elephant market. From Bhim, a drink-racked mahout, Shand learned to ride and care for her. From his friend Aditya Patankar he learned Indian ways. And with Tara,...

    The Last Time I Saw Paris

    By Paul Elliot

    Paperback £10.85

    In Ethiopia with a Mule

    By Dervla Murphy

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    In 1966 Dervla Murphy travelled the length and breadth of Ethopia, first on a mule, Jock, whom she named after her publisher, and later on a recalcitrant donkey. The remarkable achievement was not surviving three armed robberies or the thousand-mile trail, but the gradual growth of affection for and understanding...

    Two Middle-Aged Ladies in Andalucia

    By Penelope Chetwode

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    Two middle-aged ladies, one Penelope Chetworth, the other her 12-year old mare La Marquesa, explored the high sierra north of Granada in 1961. This title brings together the best in their Spanish hosts, informed by personal fascination for horses, religion and Spain.

    92 Acharnon Street

    By John Lucas

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    '92 Acharnon Street' is a loving portrait of Athens in all its dusty, dirty, traffic-ridden reality, complete with bars, prostitutes, corruption and imperious bureaucrats.

    Island that Dared

    By Dervla Murphy

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    Features a three-generational family holiday in Cuba. This book also builds a complex picture of a people struggling to retain their identity in the face of insistent hostility, and to stand against the all-but-overwhelming fire-power of capitalism.

    Wheels within Wheels: The Makings of a Traveller

    By Dervla Murphy

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    Dervla Murphy begins her autobiography in Lismore, Co Waterford. Her father was the county librarian and her mother a chronic invalid. She portrays the strain that her mother's increasing illness had on the family.

    Ask Sir James: The Life of Sire James Reid, Personal Physician to Queen Victoria

    By Michaela Reid

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    In a dark cupboard of her house, Michaela Reid, the granddaughter-in-law of Sir James Reid, discovered forty pocket diaries and thirty-one of his large scrapbooks, as well as some two hundred letters and notes from Queen Victoria. Although Sir James was never allowed to see the queen undressed, she summoned...

    About this Man called Ali: The Purple Life of an Arab Artist

    By Amal Ghandour

    Hardback £13.85

    Ali al Jabri was an Arab artist, educated in Britain first Rugby, then Bristol University, who was horribly murdered in Jordan in 2002, a violent and lonely end to a life of passionate creativity and a restless search for identity. Estranged from his distinguished Levantine family, members of which had...

    Hopeful Monsters

    By Nicholas Mosely

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    Through a dialogue between two lovers, this book retells the history of Europe of the twenties and thirties. It weaves together disparate strands of landscape to take the reader on a journey through Spain, London, Soviet Russia, North Africa and middle Europe.

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