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    Afforded the opportunity to take passage on a ship journeying through the Northwest passage Winter jumps at the chance What follows are her thoughts on the land fellow passengers the ship itself and the connectedness to the land the animals and those who journeyed here before her many such as the Franklin Expedition who lost their livesPart travelogue part memoir this lyrical book written with uiet elegance and poetic beauty real

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    BoundlessKathleen Winter’s subtitle is ‘Adventures in the Northwest Passage’ At times she refers to her journey as an

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    BOTW Teresa Gallagher reads Kathleen Winter's story of her journey as the Writer in Residence on a boat travelling through the Northwest Passage and how the voyage became as much an exploration of her own roots as a ventur

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    From BBC Radio 4 Book of the WeekTeresa Gallagher reads Kathleen Winter's story of her journey as the Writer in Residence

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    An absolutely wonderful book Kathleen Winters approaches her voyage into the high Arctic as a spiritual seeker than your typical travel writer She longs for an experience of landscape rather than an intellectual examination of it Her combination of history geography travelogue memoir and poetics makes for a captivating and compulsively readable book Not only that it makes the reader reconsider what landscape

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    This book like few others had a truly feeling sensual effective way of getting through to me the vital importance of LAND and the messages it can Winter says give to us directly if only we would listen There were times durin

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    A favorite writer travel to the Canadian far north stories about Newfoundland and Montreal what's not to love Much of this book was wonderful but a chunk of it was also a bit muchPro The author gave me a pretty good idea that this is a cruise that I would love I also enjoyed the personal stories about the author and her life Con At times i

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    The name the Northwest Passage is not written on world maps it is an idea rather than a place I'd long felt the power of that idea pull me in a way I couldn't fully understand Author Kathleen Winter found herself at the intersection of a nice bit of synchronicity friends had just advised her to always have a bag packed in case someone suggests a spur of the moment adventure and then an adventure did indeed land in her lap Noah R

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    I was expecting a writing mix of history science and personal experience but this book was personal an introspective journey through the Northwest Passage You get to know the writer and the other members of the I want to say 'cruise' but that's not right and you start to see Canada as a land with two identities superimposed aboriginal and European The Writer purposely avoids any scientific look at the land She keeps her distance f

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    A beautiful poignant and lyrical book about a trip that Kathleen took through the Northwest passage Along with man

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Ke the route his father never travelled except in his beloved song “The Northwest Passage” which he performs both as anthem and lament at sea And she guides us through her own personal odyssey emigrating from England to Canada as a child and discovering both what was lost and what was gained as a result of that journeyIn breathtaking prose charged with vivid descriptions of the land and its people Kathleen Winter’s Boundless is a haunting and powerful story and a homage to the ever evolving and magnetic power of the Nor A favorite writer travel to the Canadian far north stories about Newfoundland and Montreal what s not to love Much of this book was wonderful but a chunk of it was also a bit muchPro The author gave me a pretty good idea that this is a cruise that I would love I also enjoyed the personal stories about the author and her life Con At times it was just too lyrical not down to earth enough so personal that it was almost mystical and so I was unable to relate I honestly tried to capture all that the author wanted to share but sometimes it just didn t work for me Complete Amber Sourcebook except in his beloved song “The Northwest Passage” which he performs both as anthem and lament at sea And she guides us through her own personal odyssey Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet emigrating from England to Canada as a child and discovering both what was lost and what was gained as a result of that journeyIn breathtaking prose charged with vivid descriptions of the land and its people Kathleen Winter’s Boundless is a haunting and powerful story and a homage to the Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, ever Detective Wanda Wolfe evolving and magnetic power of the Nor A favorite writer travel to the Canadian far north stories about Newfoundland and Montreal what s not to love Much of this book was wonderful but a chunk of it was also a bit muchPro The author gave me a pretty good idea that this is a cruise that I would love I also Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości enjoyed the personal stories about the author and her life Con At times it was just too lyrical not down to Dreams of Glass earth Zawieszenie niewiary enough so personal that it was almost mystical and so I was unable to relate I honestly tried to capture all that the author wanted to share but sometimes it just didn t work for me

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The long awaited follow up to Annabel and Kathleen Winter’s first work of narrative nonfictionIn 2010 bestselling author Kathleen Winter took a journey across the storied Northwest Passage among marine scientists historians archaeologists anthropologists and curious passengers From Greenland to Baffin Island and all along the passage Winter bears witness to the new math of the melting North where polar bears mate with grizzlies creating a new hybrid species; where the earth is on the cusp of yielding so much buried treasu BoundlessKathleen Winter s subtitle is Adventures in the Northwest Passage At times she refers to her journey as an expedition I don t mean to be unkind but it s not an expedition In 2010 she is invited to be writer in residence on a commercial cruise ship full of paying guests who are mainly it would seem Japanese They are accompanied by experts in geology crafts history and so on and are taken on guided walks in each port of call This is not an expedition Winter describes each port and her experiences there the people she meets on land and sea while musing about her early childhood in Northumberland England before her parents decided to move the family across to Newfoundland She reflects on the difficulty of not belonging either by nationality birth social group or expectations Her father sought wild Canada and dreamed of hunting fishing and cross country treks so that is what they did as a family whenever possible She is excited about following Franklin s passage and talks a little about the efforts that have been made to find his ships Because the book was written in 2015 it precedes them being located It also predates the findings of a court case that the grounding of the cruise ship on rocks just before they reached their final destination was due to the Captain s lack of adeuate research preparation prior to the voyage and was not the fault of the coastguard or of outdated mapsI found this a contradictory journey There are the usual musings about climate change colonial arrogance abuse of indigenous peoples and the lack of respect for their history knowledge and artefacts that always accompany journeys into the far north Yet Winter is travelling on an environmentally unfriendly cruise ship that stops in each port just long enough for the mainly elderly passengers to disembark and find native crafts to buy Where there are no inhabitants passengers bring back on board twigs leaves bones feathers and anything else of interest that they find to lay on a show and tell table I believe in take only photographs leave only footprints and would have expected Winter to have believed in that too but she joins in rather than discouraging the practice She prowls around towns and villages and yet she can identify with the local people having spent some of her childhood in a town that was accustomed to but despised visitors poking around peering in windows and observing townspeople as if they were exhibits in a museum She talks about a journey she made with her older daughter to England during which if her account is accurate their reactions to the sites they visited was often truly immature and disrespectful uite the opposite of how she is imploring people to respond to the far northThis is not a bad book but it isn t what I expected There is too much soul searching too much trying to work out her own feelings about her childhood her family her marriages and her future The journey was interesting enough but the means and the reminiscences weren t A Passion for More earth is on the cusp of yielding so much buried treasu BoundlessKathleen Winter s subtitle is Adventures in the Northwest Passage At times she refers to her journey as an Kodak and the Lens of Nostalgia expedition I don t mean to be unkind but it s not an Spojrzenie na sztukę expedition In 2010 she is invited to be writer in residence on a commercial cruise ship full of paying guests who are mainly it would seem Japanese They are accompanied by Nue experts in geology crafts history and so on and are taken on guided walks in The Clan (Play to Live each port of call This is not an A Fools Paradise expedition Winter describes Lardżelka each port and her Beauty Ravished experiences there the people she meets on land and sea while musing about her Reviving the Broken Marionette early childhood in Northumberland England before her parents decided to move the family across to Newfoundland She reflects on the difficulty of not belonging Service Book ... of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America either by nationality birth social group or A Curse So Dark and Lonely (Cursebreakers, expectations Her father sought wild Canada and dreamed of hunting fishing and cross country treks so that is what they did as a family whenever possible She is Look Again excited about following Franklin s passage and talks a little about the Alle vi børn i Bulderby. 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Re that five nations stand poised to claim sovereignty of the land; and where the local Inuit population struggles to navigate the tension between taking part in the new global economy and defending their traditional way of lifeThroughout the journey she also learns from fellow passengers Aaju Peter and Bernadette Dean who teach her about Inuit society past and present She bonds with Nathan Rogers son of the late Canadian icon Stan Rogers who died in a plane crash when Nathan was nearly four years old Nathan’s uest is to ta This book like few others had a truly feeling sensual effective way of getting through to me the vital importance of LAND and the messages it can Winter says give to us directly if only we would listen There were times during this read the beginning and the end most effectively I think that I felt a real peace and calm truly physically as I read And even as I write this I struggle to put into words Winter s message as it s so ethereal and almost spiritual I would give this book 35 stars if I could There s no doubt that it needed to be written and that is deserves one piece in what needs to be a vast mosaic of voices about the far north I need to read and I will Winter is a true listener and that is evident in her writing At times I stumbled over what felt like choppy writing but perhaps that is because of what I mentioned that this message about the spirituality of untouched land is so hard to articulate And really my point is almost irrelevant with regard to underlying message that Winter is sharing that the north belongs to no one and that it needs protection before it too is swallowed up by economics and short sighted greed And it s not just the land but all that is related the people the animals everything I really felt her message I also now really want to get on to some of Winter s fiction I have Annabel on my shelf I d like to see how she handles molds shapes her thoughts into fiction