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Cuentos De La Alhambra (Spanish Edition)

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Print Length: 220 pages
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Publication Date: November 25, 2011
Language: Spanish
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“Irwin exhibits remarkable and exhaustive scholarship in this little book, attractively produced, which anyone truly interested in the Alhambra should read. Exposing the heterogeneous mythologies and imaginative, over-romanticised lore of the place, ...”