KINDLE [Sunrise with Seamonsters]

  • Paperback
  • 384
  • Sunrise with Seamonsters
  • Paul Theroux
  • English
  • 09 May 2020
  • 9780395415016

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Read Sunrise with Seamonsters Sunrise with Seamonsters Read ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook review Î PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ï Paul Theroux Ion of his shorter writings ranging from sketches to critical essays Each piece marks a Sunrise with Seamonsters Travels and Discoveries 'confrontation with the world' and throws new light on the political and social climate of diverse cultures such as those of New York Singapore Ireland and Malawi Others Sunrise with Seamonsters Read book online This collection of wide ranging essays from the New York Times–bestselling travel writer is “a steamer trunk full of delights” Chicago Sun Times This collection of decidedly opinionated articles Sunrise with seamonsters Book Sunrise with seamonsters Paul Theroux Home WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help Search Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Create lists bibliographies and reviews or Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you Advanced Search Find a Library Sunrise with Sea Monsters | William turner Sea Sunrise with Sea Monsters high uality % hand. I have passively avoided Paul Theroux for years Not for any reason just that his books seemed like such an obvious choice Also I have always invented a false rivalry between Theroux and Bruce Chatwin a similarly big hit commercial travel writer who also wrote prolifically for magazines I had such a soft spot for Chatwin and his strangely debonair lifestyle that I couldn t imagine falling for Theroux the same way Theroux s books were commercial I felt never having read them They always showed up at the airport I hadn t been impressed for the occasional Theroux New Yorker article though I d only skimmed them I was judging as I often do without much evidenceWhen my own travel book came out Dr Sheryl St Germaine a good friend and mentor compared the manuscript and my very writing abilities to Theroux s Still I waffled for than a year until I finally relented and read SunriseNow I regret ever hesitating Theroux is exactly my kind of writer not to mention my kind of personality He s a fellow New Englander a fellow arts critic a fellow lover of trains and locomotion and similarly obsessed with small watercraft that reuire lots of patience and no skill This collection is particularly enjoyable because it was published when I was about four years old I recognize his reference points but enough time has passed to render his descriptions historical His New York City subway for example is incredibly dated but I still remember climbing aboard those subterranean trains when their grit and danger where mythic He describes the Orient Express as a dying system on the cusp of closure I encountered an Orient Express in Germany in 1996 not realizing that the private company had only borrowed the name for cache I remember John MacEnroe as a veritable icon of bad behavior and poor sportsmanship To read about him as a young upstart was mind bogglingI look forward to future volumes Chatwin captured my early imagination but Theroux may fuel middle age