Granite Island. A portrait of Corsica
by Carrington, Dorothy
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Hay on Wye, Herefordshire
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About This Item
Frederica Dorothy Violet Carrington (Lady Rose) (1910 - 2002) MBE, FRHS. Leading scholar and writer on the history and culture of Corsica.
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- Paul Haynes Rare Books (GB)
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- Granite Island. A portrait of Corsica
- Carrington, Dorothy
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- Corsica, Lear, Travel
- Bookseller catalogs
- Travel and Exploration; Europe; Pioneering Women; France and French Interest;
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