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Spirits of Tangier by Tessa Codrington
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Spirits of Tangier

by Tessa Codrington

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"As a child Tessa Codrington was a witness to the last days of the International Zone when she went to Tangier en famille to stay with her grandfather. As a young adult she witnessed the start of the hippy culture in the sixties and was friends with many of the writers, artists and eccentrics who chose Tangier as their home, including The Hon. David Herbert, Paul Bowles, Marguerite McBey and Claudio Bravo." "Tangier is now in a new period of development and change, and this portrait brings the city up to date with quotes and portraits of today's generation of residents, both Moroccan and international."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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