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by Eugene Fodor
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (October 1987)
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Eugene Nicholas Fodor, Jr. (March 5, 1950 – February 26, 2011) was an American classical violinist. Fodor was born in Denver, Colorado. His first 10 years of study were with Harold Wippler, who taught him from 1958 until 1968
Eugene Nicholas Fodor, Jr. His first 10 years of study were with Harold Wippler, who taught him from 1958 until 1968. Wippler observed that "It was very apparent that he had exceptional talent. Not just technical talent but a great, unusual understanding of music
The Spy Who Loved Travel. Fodor revolutionized the travel publishing industry with his annual updates and inclusion of logistical, transportation, accommodation, and dining information.
The Spy Who Loved Travel. Born in Hungary in 1905, raised in Czechoslovakia, and educated in England and France, Eugene Fodor began his travel publishing career by creating the world's first modern guidebook, 1936–On the Continent. With a passion for interacting with the local peoples and traditions of a destination-Fodor writes that, after all, "Rome contains not only magnificent monuments. but also Italians"-he was the first to focus on the modern culture of a locale.
Fodor's Travel and Fodors. com are divisions of Internet Brands. Founder Eugene Fodor was a keen traveler, but felt that the guidebooks of his time were boring, uninspired collections of quickly outdated facts and figures. He decided to address these shortcomings and wrote a guide to Europe, On the Continent-The Entertaining Travel Annual, which was published in 1936 by Francis Aldor, Aldor Publications, London.
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Eugene Fodor (/ˈfoʊdər/; October 14, 1905 – February 18, 1991) was a Hungarian-American writer of travel literature. Fodor was born in Léva, Hungary (then Austria-Hungary; now Levice, Slovakia)
Eugene Fodor (/ˈfoʊdər/; October 14, 1905 – February 18, 1991) was a Hungarian-American writer of travel literature. Fodor was born in Léva, Hungary (then Austria-Hungary; now Levice, Slovakia). Noting that travel guides of his time were boring, he wrote a guide to Europe, On the Continent-The Entertaining Travel Annual, which was published in 1936 by Francis Aldor, Aldor Publications, London and was reprinted in 2011 by Random House as an e-book.
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Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd ISBN 13: 9780340400258. Author: Eugene Fodor ISBN 10: 0340400250. See all. About this item.
Eugene Fodor, whose travel guides have been carried by tourists to the far corners of the world for more than half . Mr. Fodor's approach to travel writing was set forth in his first book, "1936.
Eugene Fodor, whose travel guides have been carried by tourists to the far corners of the world for more than half a century, died last night at the Charlotte Hungerford Hospital in Torrington, Conn. He was 85 years old and lived in Litchfield, Conn. He died of a brain tumor, said a business associate, Robert Fisher. On the Continent," a guide to Europe for British travelers that he published in London. The joy of travel, he wrote, should not be derived solely from seeing "the sights,".
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Subcategory: Geography and Cultures
Subcategory: Geography and Cultures
Una historia contemporanea de Mexico/ A Contemporary History of Mexico: Transformaciones y permanencias (Historia de Mexico) (Spanish Edition) epub fb2