Have you had the pleasure of reading Rosalinda’s own book though difficult to get a copy now ‘The Grass and The Asphalt’. It is mentioned repeatedly in the book that Spanish is the only language she speaks! Diagnosed as incurable her husband lost interest in his ailing wife and with a pension of 30 pounds a month she rejoined her family in Britain. Does anyone have any idea how I can get it? She travelled to Portugal when it became too dangerous for anyone implicated with the regime to stay in Spain. Now adding my name to the list of people by now, probably thousands of people who want to read Roselinda’s book.
She also had a small wall erected to prevent the river flooding the village and planted many trees. This blog is actually my personal blog on the Eye on Spain website. I also felt that the book finished off too quickly in a few pages considering how long the story was. I look forward to a film of this novel, but who to play the two women, now there is a question. Churchill’s effort to develop info networks was brilliant. On the shore of the bay of Gibraltar, this little haven comprised of several chozas huts where few locals resided.
Though I no longer become involved, I have to thank the Spanish communty and Especially to Ana Sanchez, for letting me enter their work and home enviroments. I am not filk whether we met at your dear Aunts funeral.
Several of his cousins and a brother-in-law did also. My mother wouldn’t tell us. This most unusual and valiant lady was indeed a bizarre sight driving around Spain in a Rolls Royce. So it goes on and on. A great subject developped very well. Only registered users can comment on this blog post.
I also am very interested in reading her book and finding more about her. Does anyone know the date of birth, or in alternative, the date of death of Rosalinda? I also like so many others enjoyed reading it a great deal specialy after visiting some of the places she describs in her book.
Now adding my name to the list of people by now, probably thousands of people who want to read Roselinda’s book. I plan to send them the book. Of course like the other people writing here I am now fascinated with all the characters in the book and will take great pleasure in finding out about them.
I too find Rosalind Fox to be intriguing and would love to read more about her.
Rosalinda Episode 3
She said we were supposed to say roalinda are “Americans. On the shore of the bay of Gibraltar, this little haven comprised of several chozas huts where few locals resided. Could the publishers re-issue, I wonder? Undeniably she had a great influence on Col.
Please let us know. Currently looking into Rosalinda’s history would appreciate any help. Jane pre-deceased Rosalinda, dying in I was at her cremation but not rsalinda with dates. Unfortunately she was never to write the book and to this day the facts relating to her life and properties, in what is still a small hamlet are obscured by intrigue and mystery.
Rosalinda signed this too. Best regards, Olga Santana P.
Rosalinda Celentano — Wikipédia
When studying history, we often focus on dates and events — your work reminds us of the real people involved.
Britain took the opposing view and she was refused entry into Gibraltar. This articulate personality planned and spoke about her plans for a book about her existence in this locality. I also thought all the characters are fiction untill I read the author’s notes at the end of the book. In fact, right now I’m cooperating with an Andalusian journalist in a piece about her. Thank you for your kind comments. Please can you send me an email please on myra costaadvicebureau.
I recomend the reading. Did I misunderestand it? Thank you Maria for a lovely read and for transporting me to a different time and place. We were all curious to learn more about Rosalinda Fox! Thank you for sending me your question, I will be in contact shortly. I will email you later today. Wonderful to know she and Colonel Juan Beigbeder reunited after the war and had I hope some nagyarul happy years together.
Thank you for the information you have provided – I enjoyed reading a bit more about her. I will be waiting for your second novel. Latest posts Rosalinda Powell fox, daughter of the Raj and Spain. I was asked when I was in rosalimda around or ’46 which country my grandparents came from. She also had a small wall erected to prevent the river flooding the village and planted many trees.
I would love to read her book, The Grass and The Asphalt, but it seems that it’s impossible to find. Only were printed. So sorry to hear she is no longer with you.
Question is, is it worth reading?