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Washington Irving was in Granada on two different occasions. The first, in 1828, from March 9 to the 20th, a short period of two weeks, and the second, much longer, from May 4 to July 29 of the following year, almost three intense and unforgettable months that ended when he travelled to London to assume his position as the US Embassy secretary in the British capital. Besides finding the inspiration to write his famous Tales of the Alhambra, the romantic writer had a long correspondence with family and friends. Those letters, unpublished in Spain until now, show us the impressions, joys and charms to which he succumbed while he stayed at the Alhambra. They are full of anecdotes and keys that reveal an attentive, awake and sensitive traveller. These letters discover the most intimate and dreamy Washington Irving.
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