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Black Lamb and Grey Falcon
But when you get there you will see why it was so important that we should make this journey, and that we should make it now, at Easter. It will all be quite clear, once we are in Yugoslavia. There was, however, no reply. My husband had gone to sleep. It was perhaps as well.
From to , journalist and novelist Rebecca West made three trips to Yugoslavia.
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Black Lamb & Grey Falcon
The book is over 1, pages in modern editions and gives an account of Balkan history and ethnography during West's six-week trip to Yugoslavia in West's objective was "to show the past side by side with the present it created". The book's epigraph reads: "To my friends in Yugoslavia, who are now all dead or enslaved". The character of "Constantine" is supposedly based on Stanislav Vinaver. The book details the six-week journey West made, with her husband, to Yugoslavia in
Showing best matches Show all copies. Since we launched in , Biblio has remained committed to preserving our natural resources and environment and helping to reduce the adverse factors that contribute to pollution and the climate crisis. Sign In Register Help Cart. Cart items. Toggle navigation. The book gives an account of Balkan history and ethnography, and the significance of Nazism, structured about her six week trip to Yugoslavia in It made the Random House Modern Library list of the best non-fiction books of the 20th century.
From to , journalist and novelist Rebecca West made three trips to Yugoslavia. This immensely long book, which runs to pages, is much more than a travelogue, however. It is also a vivid account of the violent history of the Balkans going back many hundreds of years. West admits that before she visited the region, she knew almost nothing about it, other than that events in the Balkans notably the assassination of Austria's Archduke Franz Ferdinand in had led to World War I. Since the war had affected West's own life - as it had all members of West's generation - she wanted to understand how and why it happened.