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The Towers of Trebizond By Rose Macaulay

The Towers of Trebizond
by Rose Macaulay

This story describes the experiences of a group of people on a trip to Turkey. Aunt Dot is set on the emancipation of Turkish women through the encouragement of a wider use of the bathing hat, whilst Laurie's only object is pleasure.
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The Towers of Trebizond by Rose Macaulay

This story describes the experiences of a group of people on a trip to Turkey. Aunt Dot is set on the emancipation of Turkish women through the encouragement of a wider use of the bathing hat, whilst Laurie's only object is pleasure.

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About Rose Macaulay


Rose Macaulay was born into an intellectual family in 1881 in Rugby. When she was six, the family moved to a small coastal village in Italy, where her father made a living as a translator of classical works and editor of textbooks. There, she developed a sense of adventure that was to be a dominant feature of her life.

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GOR001225608
The Towers of Trebizond by Rose Macaulay
Rose Macaulay
Used - Very Good
Paperback
HarperCollins Publishers
1990-08-06
288
0006544215
9780006544210
N/A
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