Going Native: Chapter 7 - Part I
Gerald Brenan wrote in 1956 at the end of his trip through the country in The Face of Spain that returning to London after Madrid offended his freshly-grown Spanish sensibilities.
Previously: Going Native: Chapter 6 - Part II: Thinking Spanglish
An Inbetween Person
It is natural for a traveller to seek diversity and it is the human element which gives him the strongest impression of difference. If people and their manner of living were alike everywhere, there would not be much point in…
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