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Lavengro and the Romany Rye by George Borrow
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Lavengro and the Romany Rye

by George Borrow

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1851. Designed to be read as a modern novel. English writer and traveler, Borrow led a nomadic life in England and on the Continent, where he was a translator and agent for the British and Foreign Bible Society. The autobiographical Lavengro is considered his masterwork and its sequel, Romany Rye, is also considered among his best work. Like all of his other writings, these two volumes are based on his wanderings.… (more)

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I have been a wanderer the greater part of my life;
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