Last Letters from Egypt

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-12-09
  • Publisher: Cambridge Univ Pr
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Lucie Duff Gordon (18211869) was a translator and travel writer. Forced to leave England in 1851 due to tuberculosis, she went first to South Africa and then to Egypt. Her letters home were published with considerable success. She writes with great feeling about the ordinary life of the Egyptians: her interest in and sympathy with them is clear, and her affection for them led her to criticise the derogatory way in which many western visitors regarded them. This second, posthumous volume (the first, Letters from Egypt, 1863-65, is also reissued in this series) contains not only the letters from the latter half of her time in Egypt, but also her letters from the Cape, and a memoir by her daughter, Janet Ross.

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Last letters from Egypt
Letters from the Cape
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