Rede de Bibliotecas de Galicia catálogo › Detalles para: Un tiempo para callar / , Patrick Leigh Fermor ; traducción y prólogo de Dolores Payás ; ilustraciones de Gustavo Contepomi.

Rede de Bibliotecas de Galicia catálogo › Detalles para: Un tiempo para callar / , Patrick Leigh Fermor ; traducción y prólogo de Dolores Payás ; ilustraciones de Gustavo Contepomi.

Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor, November 2007, on his Name Day

Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor, November 2007, on his Name Day

Walking the Woods and the Water : In Patrick Leigh Fermor's Footsteps from the Hook of Holland to the

Walking the Woods and the Water : In Patrick Leigh Fermor's Footsteps from the Hook of Holland to the

Patrick Leigh Fermor -   British author, scholar, soldier and polyglot who played a prominent role behind the lines in the Cretan resistance during the Second World War.

Leigh Fermor was the architect of one of the most daring feats of the Second World War, the kidnapping of the commander of the German garrison on Crete, and also the author of some of the finest works in the canon of English travel writing.

Backed by local guerrillas, Patrick Leigh Fermor and William Stanley Moss led an audacious operation in wartime Crete that is celebrated in a new book

Hellraisers with deadly intent: the hard-living war heroes who captured a Nazi general

Backed by local guerrillas, Patrick Leigh Fermor and William Stanley Moss led an audacious operation in wartime Crete that is celebrated in a new book

Patrick Leigh Fermor six books are published by NYRB Classics: A Time of Gifts; Between the Woods and the Water; A Time to Keep Silence; Mani; Roumeli; and The Traveller’s Tree. Also, NYRB is the publisher of In Tearing Haste: Letters Between Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire and Patrick Leigh Fermor. (these book are astonishingly wonderful. rw)

Patrick Leigh Fermor six books are published by NYRB Classics: A Time of Gifts…

Patrick Leigh Fermor -   British author, scholar, soldier and polyglot who played a prominent role behind the lines in the Cretan resistance during the Second World War.

Researching about writers and Constantinople I discovered Patrick Leigh Fermor

Patrick Leigh Fermor in Greece, at the end of his journey, in 1935.

The World’s Greatest Travel Writer and His First Journey

Patrick Leigh Fermor, one of travel literature’s most colorful, beguiling pedestrians, famously decided to walk across Europe when he was Why not?

Patrick Leigh Fermor

Patrick Leigh Fermor author of "The Travellers Tree", he completed his book in the book was published in December PLF later married Joan .

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