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Of particular interest – the Granta travel issues:
Granta 29 New World 1989: “Is it possible, by travelling to a new world, to become a new person? Jonathan Raban crossed the Atlantic by ship and, like the immigrants before him, made for America in search of a new language, a new name, a new identity. Plus: Rian Malan, Roger Garfitt, Josef Skvorecky, Paul Theroux, Patricia Highsmith, Tim O’Brien, and Patrick McGrath’s ‘A Boy’s Broadmoor’.”
Rian Malan: Msinga / Patrick Zachmann: Walled City of Hong Kong / Tim O’Brien: Speaking of Courage / Patrick McGrath: A Childhood in Broadmoor Hospital / Paul Theroux: First Train Journey / Patricia Highsmith: Scene of The Crime / Josef Skvorecky: Feminine Mystique / Robert Fisk: Beirut Diary / Roger Garfitt: Bogotá, Colombia
Granta 73 Necessary Journeys 2001: “Travel is no longer a luxury and not always entertaining. Many journeys need to be made—to get home or away from an enemy, to work, to find a last resting place, or because someone has told you to go. This issue of Granta is about such journeys: you might call it necessary travel writing.”
Ian McEwan: Dunkirk / Manuel Bauer: Yangdol’s Journey / Ian Jack: The 12.10 to Leeds / John Ryle: Burying the Emperor / Decca Aitkenhead: Lovely Girls, Very Cheap / James Campbell: I Heard It Through the Grapevine / Dayanita Singh: The Women’s Ashram / Simon Winchester: Diego Garcia / Ryszard Kapuscinski: The Lazy River / Isabel Hilton: The Lost City
James, Henry (1993) Collected Travel Writings: Great Britain and America; [comprising] English Hours, The American Scene, Other Travels; annotated by Richard Howard. (Library of America; 64.) New York: Literary Classics of the U.S.; Distributed to the trade in the U.S. and Canada by the Viking Press, c1993 2007