A Landscape of Wales

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2010-12-14
  • Publisher: Dewi Lewis Pub
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James Morris challenges the tourist cliches and looks at the impact of human presence and the layers of history in the landscape. He reflects upon issues of identity, exploitation and regeneration; it is a land of beauty and of hardship where - in this post industrial, post rural economy - Tesco and tourism are now the great employers.

Author Biography

Brought up in Manchester, Jim Perrin is an award-winning writer of Welsh descent. He lived and worked in Wales for many years including a period as a shepherd. His books include River Map (Gomer, 2001), The Villain: the life of Don Whillans (Hutchinson, 2005) and Travels with the Flea (In Pinn, 2003). The Climbing Essays won the mountaineering Literature Award at the 2006 Banff Mountain Festival. He now lives in the Pyrenees.

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