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Paul Bowles remained in Tangier until his death on November 18, 1999, at the age of 88.
Paul Bowles explored all regions of Morocco, including the Sahara, and he learned much about Moroccan culture, languages and dialects, religions, customs and its people―all reflected in his writings.
Beginning with the first day and continuing through all the years I have spent in Tangier, I have loved the white city that sits astride its hills, looking out across the Strait of Gibraltar to the mountains of Andaluca.
The Medina looked ancient, its passageways were full of people in bright outlandish costumes, and each street leading to the outskirts was bordered by walls of cane, prickly pear and high-growing geranium.
At the beginning of the second week she asked me where I intended to go when I left.
Before he died, Bowles decided to be buried in his native America, in upstate New York, next to the graves of his parents and grandparents.