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Patrick Marnham is an English writer, journalist and biographer. Winner of the 1985 Thomas Cook Travel Book Award for So Far From God: Journey to Central America.
Patrick Marnham is an English writer, journalist and biographer. He is primarily known for his biographies, where he has covered subjects as diverse as Diego Rivera, Georges Simenon, Jean Moulin and Mary Wesley. As a journalist, he has written for Private Eye, The Independent and The Spectator among others.
So Far from God book. Marnham was intrigued by the old So Far From God is the story of a journey from Spain to Central America. The author travelled through California, 'a place so far into the future it is practically detached from the continent', and then to Mexico. From there he set out for the ruined countries - Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua - where the word 'America' was first used.
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1985, Patrick Marnham, So Far From God: Journey to Central America. 1984, Geoffrey Moorhouse, To The Frontier. 1983, Vikram Seth, From Heaven Lake: Travels Through Sinkiang and Tibet. 1982, Tim Severin, The Sinbad Voyage. 1981, Jonathan Raban, Old Glory: An American Voyage.
However, the basic structure of the book is that he's an Anglo who gets on a bus in Mexico and rides it down through Central America to Nicaragua.
Author: Patrick Marnham ISBN 10: 0224021672. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. There will be no stains or markings on the book, the cover is clean and crisp, the book will look unread, the only marks there may be are slight bumping marks to the edges of the book where it may have been on a shelf previously. Read full description. See details and exclusions. So Far from God: Journey to Central America by Patrick Marnham (Hardback). Pre-owned: lowest price.
SO FAR FROM GOD A Journey to Central America. THIS is not one more book riding the wave of reluctant interest in Central America. 253 pp. New York: Elisabeth Sifton Books/Viking. It provides little political background and no economic analysis. It even omits the customary author's pet solution to Washington's problems. Yet it describes very well the cultural obstacles that prevent the United States and its southern neighbors from understanding each other.
A British barrister, journalist and writer with a keenly perceptive eye describes his journey through California, Mexico and the four northernmost Central American countries. Posts About Patrick Marnham. lt;p
Patrick Marnham's books include "Fantastic Invasion: Dispatches from Contemporary Africa", "So far from God: A Journey to Central America" and "Trail of Havoc: In the Steps of Lord Lucan".
Patrick Marnham's books include "Fantastic Invasion: Dispatches from Contemporary Africa", "So far from God: A Journey to Central America" and "Trail of Havoc: In the Steps of Lord Lucan" Added to basket. The Book of Gutsy Women. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
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