A DRAGON APPARENT, describes Norman Lewis's journeys in the Far East at a time when the countries he visited were passing out of the reach of the ordinary traveler, never again be seen as they were then.
"Henry Kissinger said that the dominoes were falling, so now it was the turn of Cambodia and Laos. The holocaust visited on them consumed not the present, but the past; it obliterated their culture and values even more than physical things. From the ashes that remained no phoenix would ever rise. Not enough survived even to recreate the memory of what the world had lost."
"Lewis saw ancient civilizations, when they were still protected by their remoteness and the dense rain-forests and mountain ranges. He has preserved them for us in this rare and beautiful book." (Publisher's Source)
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Descrizione libro Hippocrene Books, 1984. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110907871003