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Across an inland sea

writing in place from Buffalo to Berlin

by Nicholas Howe

  • 336 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, NJ .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Howe, Nicholas -- Homes and haunts.,
    • English teachers -- United States -- Biography.,
    • College teachers -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Medievalists -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Anglicists -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Americans -- Europe -- Biography.,
    • Place (Philosophy),
    • Authorship.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-207).

      StatementNicholas Howe.
      GenreBiography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPE64.H69 A3 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination207 p. :
      Number of Pages207
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3563233M
      ISBN 100691113653
      LC Control Number2002031744
      OCLC/WorldCa50476697

        Directed by Lucille Carra. In , author and film scholar Donald Richie published a poetic travelogue about his explorations of the islands of Japan's Inland Sea, recording his search for traces of a traditional way of life as well as his own journey of self-discovery. Twenty years later, filmmaker Lucille Carra undertook a parallel trip inspired by Richie's by-then-classic book, capturing 7/10().   It then leads across the six islands of Mukaishima, Innoshima, Ikuchijima, Omishima, Hakatajima and Oshima, before terminating on Shikoku in Imabari City. The route was opened in , so the bridges are modern and attractive. Along the way, travelers can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Seto Inland Sea and the islands' small towns.

      A Fisherman Of The Inland Sea () About book: Ursula Le Guin is best known for her fantasy and her science fiction writings, though she also writes other fiction as well as poetry, articles and reviews. The short stories in this collection, while firmly in the SF genre, also demonstrate her ability to compose in various tones, from light to dark, from gentle humour to philosophical 4/5(4). Inland Seafood. K likes. Largest seafood distributor in the Southeast US. Proud to be a SQF Certified Facility. lowers: K.

      A vast inland sea extended from the Gulf of Mexico deep into present-day Canada during the Cretaceous. It split the continent of North America into two halves, Laramidia and Appalachia, for most of the mid- and late- Cretaceous period. It was 2, feet ( m) deep, . Accessible and creative, Peoples of the Inland Sea is destined to become a classroom staple and a classic in Native American history. David Andrew Nichols is a professor of history at Indiana State University. He is the author of two previous books on Native American history, Red Gentlemen and White Savages () and Engines of Diplomacy ().


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Across an Inland Sea is a striking collection of essays; each one tingles with immediacy and intimacy. Ranging from Chartres to High Street in Columbus, Ohio, from a boat on the Seine to the Openlands of Oklahoma, the writer discovers what in Kim Kipling called 'the solace of stories.'Author: Nicholas Howe.

" Across an Inland Sea is a striking collection of essays; each one tingles with immediacy and intimacy. Ranging from Chartres to High Street in Columbus, Ohio, from a boat on the Seine to the Openlands of Oklahoma, the writer discovers what in Kim Kipling called 'the solace of stories.'.

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Across an inland sea by Nicholas : Buy a cheap copy of Across an Inland Sea: Writing in Place book by Nicholas Howe. How do the places we live in and visit shape our lives and memories.

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On the one hand "The Inland Sea" is about Donald Richie's visits to various locales on the sea between Honshu and Shikoku islands. On the other hand the book is also about the author's inner odyssey.

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It brought a tropical climate, lots of wildlife, and left behind fossils of what was once here so long ago. The Inland Sea brought back detailed memories of the time I spent in the area, quite possibly the most beautiful part of Japan.

This book is a very real, human account of one man's soul searching amongst some of the most thoughtful people on by: 7. Written in the mids, published inrepublished in this miniscule paperback in Donald Richie's meandering journey through the islands of Japan's "inland sea" is a traveler's romance.

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The Inland Sea by Donald Richie J July 3, ~ townes It has been about 55 years since Donald Richie, the eminent writer on Japanese film and longtime resident of Japan, embarked on his months long journey through the Seto Inland Sea, the long channel between three of Japan’s four main islands.

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“It is, I think, impossible for anyone but a Japanese to go Japanese,” wrote the American Japanophile Donald Richie in The Inland Sea (), one of 40 books he wrote during the near 60 years Author: Claire Wrathall.