The Basque History of the World

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The
BASQUE
HISTORY
of
the
WORLD

Mark Kurlansky

WALKER & COMPANY NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps ix
  • Introduction - The Island and the World 1
  • Part One - The Survival of Euskal Herria 11
  • 1 - The Basque Myth 18
  • 2 - The Basque Problem 27
  • 3 - The Basqe Whale 43
  • 4 - The Basque Saint 65
  • 5 - The Basque Billy Goat 80
  • 6 - The Wealth of Non-Nations 103
  • Part Two - The Dawn of Euskadi 127
  • The Basque Onomatopoeia 129
  • 7 - The Basque Bert 134
  • 8 - The Basque Ear 153
  • 9 - Gernika 177
  • 10 - The Potato Time 206
  • 11 - Speaking Christian 224
  • 12 - Eventually Night Falls 242
  • Part Three - Euskaldi Askatuta 257
  • 13 - The Great Oppertunity 267
  • 14 - Check and Balances 285
  • 15 - Surviving Democracy 308
  • 16 - The Nation 326
  • Postscript: The Death of a Basque Pig 352
  • The Basqaue Thank Yous 360
  • Bibliography 362
  • Index of Proper Nouns 373
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