A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Occasionally my reviews of legal mysteries comment on the legal reality of the mystery. Book is in Used-Good condition. Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library.
I agree with Herriott that it was a good life. The older lifestyle is the life of many rural Indian families. My grandparents owned it at the time. It is a story I understood well. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s. The adjustment period was far more compressed than expected. I think that for any area there is a balance between keeping what is good about a land and its ways and adjusting to the fact that things evolve.
A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. About this Item: HarperCollins Publishers. Boards clean and solid, light shelf wear only. Even the stories of how the river got its name are interesting and that's just one small part of the book. He describes the swift rise and fall of Tantallon including the story of a utopian commune, Hamona. Narrative of the Canadian prairie lands in east Saskatchewan downriver reaches of Qu'Appelle Valley ; not a subject for your average page-turner but a good read neverthless.
Below my most recent couple of posts are the posts of Saskatchewan mysteries I have reviewed alphabetically by author. He appreciated their efforts to adapt to a harsh climate and establish farms. His exploration of the dismal consequences of white treatment of Indian peoples is generally accurate but from my work on Indian Land Claims I do not accept that when the Indian peoples of our province signed their treaties from 1874 to 1876 they expected to be hunters and gatherers for all time. In less than 100 years towns appeared, grew and shriveled. The spine may show signs of wear.
About this Item: Stoddart Publishing. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. An example of the depths of his exploration is the name of the river. Married with four children, Trevor and his wife, Karen, have a home in Regina, Saskatchewan, and a small cabin in the Aspen Parkland prairie south of Indian Head.
Bill - Thanks for your thoughtful and interesting reflection. About this Item: Stoddart Publishing. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. The binding is straight and tight. About this Item: Stoddart Pub. As if ambling through the author's beloved Qu'Appelle Valley in Saskatchewan, Jacob's Wound takes readers on an untrodden path through history, memoir, science, and theology.
He goes to the places in the valley of his family including a visit with his mother to the abandoned yardsite on which she grew up. Description Description Towards a Prairie Atonement addresses the question of our relationship with the land. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. It is hard to understand the high regard for the the original settlers who were the people to change the land and modern farmers who also change the land. I post regularly on my grassland blog, , at trevorherriot. I'll be interested to read your next post on this book. Still I do have issues with the book and will discuss them in my next post.
The award-winning author of River in a Dry Land explores the Nature that we -- and our religions -- sprang from The Genesis story of Jacob, the patriarch of the Judeo-Christian tradition, wrestling with a spirit has been interpreted in a multitude of ways, but never more persuasively than by Trevor Herriot in Jacob's Wound. We do not live in a world that is static. Interesting isn't it how we can know a place most of our lives and never really know it. Pages and cover are clean and intact. About this Item: Harper, 2015. River In A Dry L And Herriot Trevor can be very useful guide, and river in a dry l and herriot trevor play an important role in your products. Readers will appreciate the valley through the book even if they never travel to Saskatchewan.