The internationally acclaimed account of Robyn Davidson's epic journey across seventeen thousand miles of Australian desert and bush with four camels and a dog. 'A strong, salty fresh book by an original and individual young woman ...This will rank among the best of the books of exploration and travel and, like them, is a record of self-discovery and self-proving' Doris Lessing 'As eccentric, undisciplined, flashily brilliant and pig-headed as its author ...Ms Davidson is a born writer, her book deeply moving' Daily Telegraph 'An absorbing record of human endeavour and courage, a vivid picture of an extraordinary country by a perspective and sensitive observer, and the story of an inner journey, of "shedding burdens" ' Sydney Morning Herald 'It gets to the heart of landscape and solitude and becomes a venture to the interior of more than one dimension as its author approaches the hinterland of her own thorny psyche' Observer
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A cult classic with an ever-growing audience, Tracks is the brilliantly written and frequently hilarious account of a young woman's odyssey through the deserts of Australia, with no one but her dog and four camels as companions. Davidson emerges as a heroine who combines extraordinary courage with exquisite sensitivity. 16 pages of photos.About the Author:
Robyn Davidson was born in Queensland, Australia, and is the author of Tracks, the extraordinary account of her 1,700-mile journey across Australia with four camels, which won the 1980 Thomas Cook Travel Book Award and became a film in 2013. She has written extensively for National Geographic and other magazines, and is also the author of Desert Places, the novel Ancestors, and the essay collection Travelling Light. Ms. Davidson lives in London, India, and Australia.
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Descrizione libro Vintage Books, 1992. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0099876809