Gypsies: Wanderers of the World (National Geographic Special Publications)

Gypsies Wanderers of the World National Geographic Special Publications Lavishly illustrated in full color with photography by Bruce Dale Blue cloth w gilt titles front with debossed dark blue decorative border around two panels with debossed elaborate design within whi

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  • Title: Gypsies: Wanderers of the World (National Geographic Special Publications)
  • Author: Bart McDowell
  • ISBN: 9780870440885
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Lavishly illustrated in full color with photography by Bruce Dale Blue cloth w gilt titles, front with debossed dark blue decorative border around two panels with debossed elaborate design within, which would be a gypsy design.

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    1. Of course, it seems dated It was published over 30 years ago, but the text is fun, and the pictures are wonderful ! I highly recommend it !!!

    2. another car book for me---read on many evenings after work in the grocery store parking lot while hubby shopped for our supper---now this was an incredible journey. The authors began in the UK and traveled all the way to India---traveling in reverse the route of the very first gypsies across Asia & into Europe---WOW. Trip took place in 1971---really enjoyed the book.

    3. I picked up an older edition of this book several years ago at a local thrift shop but I'm just now getting around to reading it. It was an interesting read, especially the author's travels through lands that are virtually inaccessable now, like Iran and Pakistan.There were parts that were a bit outdated but there were others that sounded strangely current, like the near riot caused by a woman's short skirt and the xenophobic attitudes of some of the local people outside Kandahar. This was a nea [...]

    4. Gypsies: Wanderers of the World (National Geographic Special Publications) by Bart McDowell (National Geographic Publications 1971)(910.03174). This is another outstanding book from the National Geographic Society which explores the often mysterious and insular culture of the Roma people. My rating: 7/10, finished 1976.

    5. Reading this for the class I'm teachingwish it had arrived a bit sooner!Published by National Geographic (I think) this has great photos, but somehow it does feel very dated. Interesting book, and I'll be able to use parts of it with my class.

    6. 2011- Interesting, although now sorely outdated. They need to add a section on "My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding" perhaps?

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