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|Author||James A. Michener|
Iberia, by James A. Michener (original title: Iberia: Spanish Travels and Reflections; subtitled Photographs by Robert Vavra), is an illustrated non-fiction novel published in April 1968 that details the author's exploration of Spain as it was in the decades leading up to the mid-1960s. In researching the book, Michener visited Spain numerous times over a period of 40 years, also referring to it as his "second home".
- Las Marismas
- The Bulls
- Santiago de Compostela
Michener shows to be very prescient, as in his talk of national cycles of rebirth (p. 837): "And one of these days, (change) will be true even of Russia, and we had better be prepared to admit it ... though (in the United States) we fight against it and blind our eye and conscience to the fact".
- DeStephano, Mark (2019). "A Search for the Meaning of Life: James A. Michener, Youth, and Eternal Spain". Revista de Filología. 38 (38): 43–60. doi:10.25145/j.refiull.2019.38.003.