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Norman Douglas

(1868—1952) travel writer


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(1868–1952),

novelist and essayist, is chiefly remembered for his travel books about Capri, Tunisia, and Calabria, published as Siren Land (1911), Fountains in the Sand (1912), and Old Calabria (1915), and for his novel South Wind (1917), which celebrates the pleasures of the hedonistic life on the island of Nepenthe.

Subjects: Literature.


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