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The Passenger (6 Listed volumes)

  • Cover: The Passenger: Berlin - AA.VV.

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    The Passenger: Berlin

    2021, pp. 192, £ 18.99
    Region: Germany
    Book collection: The Passenger
    ‘Berlin is too big for Berlin’ is the curious title of a book by flâneur Hanns Zischler who jokes about the low population density of this polycentric, extensive city. But ‘Berlin is too big for Berlin’ in another sense: how to live together and keep alive the myth of ‘Berlin, the trendy...
  • Cover: The Passenger: India - AA.VV.

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    The Passenger: India

    2021, pp. 192, £ 18.99
    Region: India
    Book collection: The Passenger
    From its very first contact with the West, India has been subject to great mystification. India’s long history, the survival of ancient rituals, and its variety of languages and cultures, continues to fascinate.
  • Cover: The Passenger: Turkey - AA.VV.

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    The Passenger: Turkey

    2021, pp. 192, £ 18.99
    Region: Turkey
    Book collection: The Passenger
    Poised between competing ideologies, secularism and piousness, a militaristic nationalism and exceptional openness to foreigners, Turkey defies easy labels and categories.
  • Cover: The Passenger: Brazil - AA.VV.

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    The Passenger: Brazil

    2020, pp. 192, £ 18.99
    Region: Brazil
    Book collection: The Passenger
    Today the challenge of telling the story of this extraordinary country consists in finding its enduring vitality amid the apparent melancholy.
  • Cover: The Passenger: Greece - AA.VV.

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    The Passenger: Greece

    2020, pp. 192, £ 18.99
    Region: Greece
    Book collection: The Passenger
    “On the Greek island of Ikaria, life is sweet... and very, very long. What is the locals’ secret?” from The island of Long Life by Andrew Anthony
  • Cover: The Passenger: Japan - AA.VV.

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    The Passenger: Japan

    2020, pp. 192, £ 18.99
    Region: Japan
    Book collection: The Passenger
    “Some Japanese stories end violently. Others never end at all, but only cut away, at the moment of extreme crisis, to a butterfly, or the wind, or the moon.”—Brian Phillips
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