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Bhram (Illusion)

Bharany, Chhote

ISBN 10: 033390219X / ISBN 13: 9780333902196
Published by Macmillan Company of India Limited, Delhi, India, New Delhi, 1977
Condition: Very Good + Hardcover
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A nice, clean, tight, bright copy. Inscribed and signed by the author on ffep. Front cover has light soiling but interior is clean and binding is tight. I assume the original dust jacket as a clear plastic covering. Spiritual poetry. Black and white illustrations and "tipped in" color plates. Illustrations are striking! A loose and slightly larger folded "Game of Life" paper that can be played like "Snakes and Ladders". 136 pg. Orange cloth boards. Bookseller Inventory # 12705

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Title: Bhram (Illusion)

Publisher: Macmillan Company of India Limited, Delhi, India, New Delhi

Publication Date: 1977

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good +

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: Assumed First Edition

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Just before the year 1000 a young Viking named Thorvald the Far-farer turned his back on the pagan gods of his fathers to preach the Christian gospel. But his Icelandic countrymen mocked him as a homosexual, stoned him and finally outlawed him. Abandoning his homeland, Thorvald embarked on an epic journey to the golden heart of all medieval world maps - Jerusalem. A thousand years later, in the year 2000, Victoria Clark embarked on the same journey to discover to what extent the dramatic changes and conflicts sweeping Western Europe a thousand years ago still resonate today. The Far-farers is both the story of this 21st century journey and a history of extraordinary 11th century western Christendom.'Victoria Clark embarked on a impressive journey in the manner of the old pilgrims to Jerusalem, across time and space, moving in and out of the eleventh and the 21st centuries while traversing Europe of today. I read every word of it, and went back over some of the chapters and read them again for sheer pleasure. A triumph.' John Cornwell, author of Hitler's Pope

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An award-winning journalist, Victoria Clark worked for the Observer in Romania, in the former Yugoslavia during the wars in Croatia and Bosnia, and in Moscow from 1993 to 1996. Her first book, Why Angels Fall, was published by Macmillan to great critical acclaim in 2000.

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