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The Old Patagonian Express The Old Patagonian Express Tells Of Paul Theroux S Train Journey Down The Length Of North And South America Beginning On Boston S Subway, He Depicts A Voyage From Ice Bound Massachusetts To The Arid Plateau Of Argentina S Most Southerly Tip, Via Pretty Central American Towns And The Ancient Incan City Of Macchu Pichu Shivering And Sweating By Turns As The Temperature And Altitude Rise And Plummet, He Describes The People He Encountered Thrown In With The Tedious, And Unavoidable, Mr Thornberry In Lim N And Reading To The Legendary Blind Writer, Jorge Luis Borges, In Buenos Aires Witty, Sharply Observed And Beautifully Written, This Is A Richly Evocative Account Of Travelling To The End Of The Line.

About the Author: Paul Theroux

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10 thoughts on “The Old Patagonian Express

  1. says:

    Apart from the occasional quick dash on the Metro, I haven t had much of a train life, as never really needed them I do however recall the nostalgic memory of my first ever train ride aged about fiv

  2. says:

    I suppose Paul Theroux s travel writing isn t for everyone If you don t like his traveling persona you aren t likely to enjoy his books That being said, I like his traveling persona, so every travel book is

  3. says:

    I am willing to change my mind Someone said that they liked the descriptions of this travel novel but would hate to have to go anywhere with this author I would prefer to hear about these places through the perspecti

  4. says:

    Yes, he is a curmudgeon but I still love his books.This one in particular fed into my wish to someday travel I was a poor student who thought travel was only for the rich I didn t realize you could do it cheaply if you don t

  5. says:

    My third Paul Theroux book Last year I first came across Theroux s non fiction work The Happy Isles of Oceania Paddling the Pacific 1992 which I thoroughly enjoyed Theroux was travelling through almost all of the Pacific nations and w

  6. says:

    I hate not finishing books, but this might be one of those I cannot finish Or perhaps I ll finish it just to cement my bad opinion of it.I first read Dark Star Safari by Paul Theroux and must add that this was several years ago I absolutely ad

  7. says:

    There are parts in this book which I find brilliant, funny, entertaining, and even deep A description of reading Lovecraft on a train full of people that probably thought the name referred to something naughty is quite good for example It s just a litt

  8. says:

    This is probably my second re read of Paul Theroux s travel classic of a railroad journey from Boston to as far south as he could go in the Americas By now, many of the trains he describes no longer exist so he has produced, at the very least, a valuable histor

  9. says:

    why anybody would want to waste their time reading this judgmental, curmudgeon of a book by a guy who doesn t even want to visit anything, yet is so cocky in calling himself a traveler and not a tourist, is...

  10. says:

    I had arrived in Patagonia, and i laughed when I remembered I had come here from Boston, on a subway train that people take to work Call me a fanatic of Theroux s work, but travel writing isn t always about Sugar coating your experiences with Wows and Awes Paul is undoubtedly th

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