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Required reading for anyone who assumed that "the road less travelled" was a solely masculine preserve - Dublin Sunday Independent, Must Reads of 2019

This fine anthology brings a female voice to a subject too long dominated by men... It curates some incredible tales' - Wanderlust

At a time when #MeToo is striking rather a strident note, these insights into the peculiar experiences and observations of courageous and articulate women in a male-dominated world are a joy to read - Country Life

Like any good travel book, Wild Women succeeds in casting the reader's mind off on journeys of its own, inspiring fresh plans and what the Germans call Fernweh, or a longing for faraway places - TLS

A stirring whistle-stop tour, led by women who often risked disapproval in leaving home to roam the world - Vanity Fair

About the Author

Mariella Frostrup is one of the UK's leading journalists, broadcasters and critics. She was the presenter of Open Book on Radio 4 for eighteen years before moving to Times Radio, and has judged the Booker Prize.
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Wild Women A Collection Of First-hand Accounts From Female Explorers

Wild Women A Collection Of First-hand Accounts From Female Explorers

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  • ISBN: 9781803287423
  • Author: Mariella Frostrup
  • Publisher: Head Of Zeus
  • Pages: 544
  • Format: Paperback

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Review

Required reading for anyone who assumed that "the road less travelled" was a solely masculine preserve - Dublin Sunday Independent, Must Reads of 2019

This fine anthology brings a female voice to a subject too long dominated by men... It curates some incredible tales' - Wanderlust

At a time when #MeToo is striking rather a strident note, these insights into the peculiar experiences and observations of courageous and articulate women in a male-dominated world are a joy to read - Country Life

Like any good travel book, Wild Women succeeds in casting the reader's mind off on journeys of its own, inspiring fresh plans and what the Germans call Fernweh, or a longing for faraway places - TLS

A stirring whistle-stop tour, led by women who often risked disapproval in leaving home to roam the world - Vanity Fair

About the Author

Mariella Frostrup is one of the UK's leading journalists, broadcasters and critics. She was the presenter of Open Book on Radio 4 for eighteen years before moving to Times Radio, and has judged the Booker Prize.

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