Mozelle Richardson
The Song of India
May 24, 2019 Comments.. 887
The Song of India There was no part of this journey that paralleled in any way the years I d spent in India How young I had been Then I d skimmed across the top of a society mouthing slick sounding phrases India inde
  • Title: The Song of India
  • Author: Mozelle Richardson
  • ISBN: 9780816162901
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Hardcover
  • There was no part of this journey that paralleled in any way the years I d spent in India How young I had been Then I d skimmed across the top of a society, mouthing slick sounding phrases India, indestructible India As full of time as time itself Relentlessly feeding upon itself One thousand years the same, yet constantly changing Ten million live renewing thems There was no part of this journey that paralleled in any way the years I d spent in India How young I had been Then I d skimmed across the top of a society, mouthing slick sounding phrases India, indestructible India As full of time as time itself Relentlessly feeding upon itself One thousand years the same, yet constantly changing Ten million live renewing themselves in a philosophy so ancient that Plato was a believer Fly specks on the turning wheel I had acquired a superficial knowledge in shallow fields, believing I was studying the culture of a people I couldn t have been wrong I had been in a land of violent contrasts, but those contrasts failed to touch me Now the contrasts had not only touched me They wanted to destroy me Me and Elizabeth.
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    1. Dorcas says:

      This is a book I saw by chance on ebay and then looked it up to borrow on openlibrary It has a lot going for it It is set in modern day 1975 India and the author is very skilled in descriptions, making the area come alive I could see it and feel like I was there So I really liked that and was enjoying it.She lost me about 51% in.You see, when she arrives in India she s on her own She doesn t know anyone It had the feel of the old Sally Field movie Not without my daughter Kind of lonely and depre [...]

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