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Nothing to Declare: Memories of a Woman Traveling Alone (Travel Library, Penguin)
Nothing to Declare: Memories of a Woman Traveling Alone (Travel Library, Penguin)
by Mary Morris
Edition: Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars American pragmatism meets Mexican soulfulness, December 10, 1997
This book has a haunting quality that comes, in part, from the author's ability to capture the ephemeral quality of Mexican culture and, in part, from the author's own inner-searchings. I have read this book twice, with several years inbetween reads, and each time it made quite an impact on me. I think this book captures some soulful things that we lack as Americans and which the author finds in some of her Mexican friends. It also captures the sense of total foreigness an American can have in a Latin culture.


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