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The Condor and the Cows

by Christopher Isherwood

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One of the few classic works of South American travel, now available in paperback with a new foreword by Jeffrey Meyers and additional photographs by Isherwood's lover, Bill Caskey. Isherwood frankly depicts the squalor and discomforts of his journey--as he wrote he was very skeptical about the book but later came to regard it as one of his best.… (more)
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Isherwood and Caskey travel through parts of South America just as American influenced development is beginning. Comments on scenery, politics, economics and culture, as well as the racial division between the Indian and the European population.
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One of the few classic works of South American travel, now available in paperback with a new foreword by Jeffrey Meyers and additional photographs by Isherwood's lover, Bill Caskey. Isherwood frankly depicts the squalor and discomforts of his journey--as he wrote he was very skeptical about the book but later came to regard it as one of his best.

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