About this book
Collects Frayn's classic travel writing from the 1960s and 1970s together for the first time, including pieces on Germany, Cuba, Israel, Japan and Russia.
Frayn took up his old trade, journalism, and wrote a series of occasional articles for "The Observer" about some of the places in the world that interested him. He wanted to describe 'not the extraordinary but the ordinary, the typical, the everyday' and his accounts became the starting-point for some of the novels and plays he wrote later.
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