Annabel Walker

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Annabel Walker is an English author, who grew up in South-West Devon. She read English and History at Bristol University and subsequently became a journalist working for the national press in London. Her first book, Kensington and Chelsea: A Social and Architectural History, was published by John Murray in 1987. In 1995, her biography of the explorer Aurel Stein was published and translated into Chinese [1] and reviewed in the TLS,[2] The Spectator,[3] as well as academic journals.[4][5]

She is also the author of England from the Air. New York: H.N. Abrams, 1989.


  1. ^ Walker, Annabel, and Duqun Zhang. 新疆大探險 : 絲路敦煌尋寳 / Xinjiang da tan xian: si lu Dunhuang xun bao. Taibei Shi: Si lu chu ban she, 1998.
  2. ^ TLS, the Times literary supplement. no. 4817, (1995): 4
  3. ^ The spectator. 275, no. 8720, (1995): 30
  4. ^ Journal of Asian Studies, Aug., 1999, vol. 58, no. 3, p. 833-834
  5. ^ Asian Affairs, 27, no. 2 (1996): 143-149