In 1934 Norman Lewis and his Sicilian brother-in-law Eugene Corvaja set out on a journey to visit the cathedral in Seville, the site of the Corvaja family tomb. Spain is on the brink of civil war so the travellers embark on foot, walking a hundred miles, sleeping in caves and seeing parts of Spain no tourist had ever visited. Bullets fly around them in Madrid. They are forced to take a detour into Portugal, where they come across a village where a witch has recently been burnt at the stake. And when they finally find the Corvaja tomb, things are not quite what they expected . . .
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An account of a incredible journey Norman Lewis made in 1934, when Spain was on the brink of civil war, with his brother-in-law Eugene Corvaja to the site of the Corvaja family tomb in Seville.About the Author:
NORMAN LEWIS wrote thirteen novels and thirteen works of non-fiction. He lived with his family in Essex until his death in 2003.
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Descripción Picador, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0330435388