Kingdom of Ten Thousand Things: An Impossible Journey from Kabul to Chiapas

Kingdom of Ten Thousand Things: An Impossible Journey from Kabul to Chiapas

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by Gary Geddes
     
 

From the very first page, Gary Geddes� Kingdom of Ten Thousand Things entices readers to join in an awe-inspiring, humbling, and intriguing journey. Written in the prose of a poet, this travel journal is not only a poignant account of one man�s experiences traversing the over 1,500-year-old journey of the Buddhist monk, Huishen. It is also an important andSee more details below

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From the very first page, Gary Geddes� Kingdom of Ten Thousand Things entices readers to join in an awe-inspiring, humbling, and intriguing journey. Written in the prose of a poet, this travel journal is not only a poignant account of one man�s experiences traversing the over 1,500-year-old journey of the Buddhist monk, Huishen. It is also an important and timely account of the conditions of war-torn Afghanistan, the vicious rule of the Taliban prior to 9-11, accompanied by a much needed history of inter-Muslim relations.

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ISBN-13:
9781402753442
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
03/04/2008
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
5.56(w) x 8.22(h) x 1.03(d)

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