Tales From French Catalonia
After studying modern languages and philosophy in Sheffield and Cologne, Peter Foulkes moved to the US, where he taught at Ole Miss for two years while finishing his doctorate at Tulane. He later taught at Stanford for 10 years (Professor of German Studies, Dean of Humanities), before returning to Europe. After brief periods in Scotland, Germany, and Wales, he moved to French Catalonia in order to try his hand at 'being a Mediterranean peasant.' This ambition was fulfilled only in part, since he felt compelled to write about his experiences. The present volume is adapted from a series of essays originally published in the UK as Letters from French Catalonia. His earlier publications include books on Kafka, literary theory, propaganda, and drama. Peter Foulkes is married and has two daughters.
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