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by Freya Stark

  • ISBN: 0719513286
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Freya Stark
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: John Murray Publishers Ltd; Later edition / First Edition / First edition edition (December 1951)
  • Pages: 341
  • ePub book: 1506 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1904 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 944


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Freya Stark (1893-1993) had this book published by Murray in 1951. It is autobiographical composed of extracts from her diaries and letters between May 1929 and November 1933, but refers back in the 1st Chapter to her first autobiographical work "Traveller's Prelude" published a year earlier. In the second chapter we have a glimpse of her father Robert's life in Nelson, British Columbia, in the West of Canada when she visited him late in 1928. He had separated from her mother and was living a rugged existence there, still painting but in semi-retirement.

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Beyond Euphrates: Autobiography 1928–1933.

Stark's first extensive travels after the war were in Turkey, which were the basis of her books Ionia a Quest (1954), The Lycian Shore (1956), Alexander's Path (1958) and Riding to the Tigris (1959). After this she continued her memoirs with Dust in the Lion's Paw. Autobiography 1939–1946 (1961), and published a history of Rome on the Euphrates: The Story of a Frontier (1966) and another collection of essays, The Zodiac Arch (1968). Beyond Euphrates: Autobiography 1928–1933. The Coast of Incense: Autobiography 1933–1939.

Autobiography 1923-1933

Autobiography 1923-1933. London: John Murray, (1951). Octavo, original green cloth, original dust jacket. This is the second autobiography by Middle Eastern traveler Freya Stark, written during her brief post-war marriage

Beyond Euphrates : Autobiography, 1928-33.

Beyond Euphrates : Autobiography, 1928-33. By (author) Freya Stark.


Jek Jek
Wonderful book, should be required read in school; love this author.
Najinn Najinn
What a woman. Freya Stark not only went swanning around the wilds of Iraq and Persia on her own in the 1920s and 30s, learning Arabic and Persian, travelling where few Westerners had ever been, she also wrote about her experiences with great beauty and wisdom. A favourite passage: "Yet even when I felt most alone, I cannot ever remember wavering about my own path; I felt that other people might know what was good, but not that they knew better than I did what was good for me".