Edith Wharton

In Morocco

In 1917, amid the turmoil of World War I, Edith Wharton, the author of “The Age of Innocence” and “The House of Mirth”, travelled to Morocco. A classic of travel writing, «In Morocco» is her account of this journey through the country's cities and through its deserts.
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    beklyolyahas quoted6 days ago
    In spite of the incessant efforts of the present French administration to preserve the old monuments of Morocco from injury, and her native arts and industries from the corruption of European bad taste, the impression of mystery and remoteness which the country now produces must inevitably vanish with the approach of the "Circular Ticket."

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