Argentine Patagonia


Enduring Patagonia, Gregory Crouch, 2002
Crouch, a writer for Outside and National Geographic, takes readers along with him as he climbs some of the most challenging mountains he has faced, in one of the least explored tracts on earth.

The Old Patagonia Express, Paul Theroux, 1989
Theroux traveled from Medford Massachusetts by rail through the Americas until reaching Patagonia in Argentina. His wit and honesty compensate for his many critical descriptions.

In Patagonia, Bruce Chatwin, 1977
The acclaimed English travel writer and novelist spent six months exploring Patagonia in 1974, an experience which gave way to the seminal work of his career. The New York Times called his award-winning account “a little masterpiece of travel, history and adventure.”

Spanish Language

Final de novela en Patagonia, Mempo Giardinelli, 2001
Giardinelli intersperses anecdotes from his own road trip through Argentine Patagonia with chapters of a novel he is writing during his travels. It’s about a journey taken by two friends through a region whose mysterious extremes have long been a source of literary inspiration.

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