Moorhouse, Geoffrey

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MOORHOUSE, Geoffrey

MOORHOUSE, Geoffrey. British, b. 1931. Genres: History, Sociology, Theology/Religion, Travel/Exploration, Novels. Career: Chief Features Writer, The (Manchester) Guardian, London, 1963-70; Royal Society of Literature, Fellow, 1982-. Publications: The Other England, 1964; The Press, 1964; Against All Reason, 1969; Calcutta, 1971; The Missionaries, 1973; The Fearful Void, 1974; The Diplomats, 1977; The Boat and the Town, 1979; The Best Loved Game, 1979; India Britannica, 1983; To the Frontier, 1984; Imperial City: The Rise and Rise of New York, 1988; At the George, 1989; Apples in the Snow: A Journey to Samarkand, 1990; Hell's Foundations: A Town, Its Myths and Gallipoli, 1992; OM: An Indian Pilgrimage, 1993; Sun Dancing: A Medieval Vision, 1997; Sydney, 2000. Address: Park House, Gayle, near Hawes, N. Yorkshire DL8 3RT, England.

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