Eric Newby

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Eric Newby (1919-2006) was an English writer and traveler.[1]

He traveled to many parts of Europe, South Asia and Central Asia. He is best known for his famous and very enjoyable books like The Last Grain of Rice (1956), A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush (1958), Slowly down the Ganges (1966), Love and War in the Appenines (1971), A Small Place in Italy (1994).

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