6 edition of Robert Byron found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 437-478) and index.
|LC Classifications||G463.B993 K58 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 493 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||493|
|LC Control Number||2004381062|
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The Road to Oxiana. Reissue. Robert Byron Preface by Rory Stewart and Introduction by Paul Fussell. In , the delightfully eccentric travel writer Robert Byron set out on a journey through the Middle East via Beirut, Jerusalem, Baghdad and Teheran to Oxiana, near the . "Transport Phenomena" has been revised to include deeper and more extensive coverage of heat transfer, enlarged discussion of dimensional analysis, a new chapter on flow of polymers, systematic discussions of convective momentum, and energy. Topics also include mass transport, momentum transport and energy transport, which are presented at three different scales: molecular, microscopic 4/5(8). Robert Byron () was born in , and educated at Eton and Merton College, Oxford. He died during the Second World War, when the ship he was serving on was torpedoed by a U-Boat off Cape Wrath. Byron's The Road to Oxiana is considered by many modern travel writers to be the first example of great travel writing/5(K).
Often grouped, according to one of Byron's biographers, neé James Knox, with "The Bright Young Things" of s England-a descript that included Evelyn Waugh and Patrick Lee Fermor-Robert Byron is best known for his classic book "The Road to Oxiana.". The book has been reprinted several times with introductions by various scholars and travel writers: David Talbot Rice, London, ; Bruce Chatwin, London, ; Paul Fussell, ; Geoffrey Moorhouse, London, Idem, Letters Home (Selection of Robert Byron’s Correspondence), ed. Lucy Butler, London, Book Description. One of the most dazzling figures of the ’s and 30’s - travel writer, prophet and wit - brought vividly to life for the first time in a brilliant biography. Robert Byron, who died young in the war, was the foremost travel writer of his age, acclaimed espcilly for The Road to Oxiana.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedA real-life pdf that inspired countless travellers in fact and fiction, the Penguin Classics edition of Robert Pdf The Road to Oxiana includes an introduction by Colin Thubron.
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By now, his feats and adventures are familiar to most readers: taking part in a cavalry charge, falling in love with a Romanian princess and living on her Moldavian estate, leading one of the most daring operations of World War II (abducting a.Robert Ebook English travel writer, art critic, and historian.
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