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KIRKUS REVIEW

The writer contributes the season's second book on Chile. The Furgusson is more general, more functional, more conditioned to American taste. This, Extravaganza"" is a pictorial, impressionistic, subtly flavored of Chile, is all its moods, by one who knows and loves it. Mountains and and rivers, pampas and coastal cities, Cantiago and Valparaiso, the too picturesque , Island and Tierre del Fuego -- handled with distinction, but probably limited in appeal, Legend, story, a little of the flora and fauna, occasionally a portrait of the Chilean himself.

Pub Date: April 13th, 1943
Publisher: Macmillan