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Patrick Leigh Fermor

by O'Sullivan, Michael paperback, 294 pages
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Central European University Press 

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Patrick Leigh Fermor's account of post-Habsburg Hungary and Transylvania is a classic piece of travel-writing, but it is also an Anglo-Irish Bildungsroman. Michael O'Sullivan's account of the people, mainly aristocrats, whom Leigh Fermor encountered, and of the places in which he stayed, is a wonderful and important piece of social archeology. -Norman Stone
A superb evocation of Hungary and its noble families in 1934, indispensable both to Magyarophiles and to aficionados of Patrick Leigh Fermor. -Philip Mansel

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