e-Book In Spain epub downloadAuthor: Ted Walker
Pages: 280 pages
Publisher: Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd; First Edition edition (November 2, 1987)
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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e-Book In Spain epub download
by Ted Walker
The writing is vivid, and it's emotional without ever losing its gravitas, showing a writer at the top of his craft.
There aren't many books that evoke the old Spain of this quality. A treasure for someone like me who lives in Spain, and a joy for visitors. A whiff of that old Spain can still be found, especially in small towns and in the campo, but even sometimes in the city.
Edward Joseph (Ted) Walker FRSL (28 November 1934 – 19 March 2004) was a prize-winning English poet, short story writer, travel writer, TV and radio dramatist and broadcaster. Ted Walker was born in Lancing, West Sussex, the son of a carpenter from Worcestershire who had found work in the south-coast construction industry.
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Edward Joseph (Ted) Walker (28 November 1934 – 19 March 2004) was a prize-winning English poet, short story writer, travel writer, TV and radio dramatist and broadcaster. Ted Walker was born in Lancing, West Sussex], the son of a carpenter from Worcestershire who had found work in the south-coast construction industry.
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Walker's first book of verse, "Fox on a Barn Door", focused on the Sussex countryside and coast. In 1997 Ted and Audrey Walker moved to the village of Alcalali near Valencia, Spain, where he died in 2004. The titles of a good third of the poems - such as "Breakwaters", "The Skate Fishers" and "On the Sea Wall" are about the shoreline of Lancing and Shoreham. The South Downs were likewise a fertile source of inspiration. Walker's early poetry won many prizes, among them the Eric Gregory Award (1964) and the Alice Hunt Bartlett Prize.