By 黒沢 永紀
By Friedrich Gerstäcker
Friedrich Gerstäcker, deutscher schriftsteller (1816-1872)
«Nach Amerika Band VI», von Friedrich Gerstäcker. Ein dynamisches Inhaltsverzeichnis ermöglicht den direkten Zugriff auf die verschiedenen Abschnitte.
- Ein Sheriffsverkauf In Arkansas
- Maulbeere In Der Betversammlung
- Der Wandernde Krämer
- Georg Und Marie
- Kapellmeister Eltrich
- Meier, Pelz
- Die Überraschung
- Das Haus Im Walde
- Der Rothe Drachen Bei Heilingen
By David Zurick,Keith Otterson
Tourism is turning into one of many world's most vital monetary actions. there's infrequently a spot in the world, regardless of how inaccessible, that has now not been visited via a few visitor looking event, enlightenment, or just swap from the commonplace global again home.
In this pathfinding booklet, David Zurick explores the fastest-growing phase of the go back and forth industry—adventure trip. He increases vital questions on what constitutes the trip event and exhibits how the trendy event has commercialized the very idea of event via packaging it as tours.
Drawing on 20 years of non-public trip, in addition to the writings of others, Zurick unravels the anomaly of experience travel—that the very act of vacationing overseas untouched via Western tradition introduces that tradition and starts off irreversible adjustments. this primary in-depth examine experience trip opens new insights into the actual, philosophical, and religious attributes of the shuttle event. Written in a full of life variety, the booklet is meant for everybody attracted to go back and forth and its results on either tourists and the folk and locations they visit.
By Sebastian Brunner
Er schildert darin seine Erlebnisse und Eindrücke, die er in den dreieinhalb Wochen in Norwegen gesammelt hat. Sebastian Brunner bereiste die 648 km von Oslo nach Trondheim zu Fuß und legte dabei einige Teilstrecken mit Bus und Bahn zurück.
Auf dem Weg entstand ein Tagebuch, das von den Besonderheiten und Erfahrungen des Pilgerns in der grandiosen Natur und Einsamkeit Norwegens erzählt.
By Herbert Gold
By Anika Jübner
2011 begibt sich Anika erneut auf die Reise. Ein Tagebuch nimmt sie selbstverständlich mit. Doch dieses Mal wird es Frieder sein, der die Schriftführung übernimmt. Seine place an Anikas Rücken ermöglicht ihm, ihre Gedanken und Gefühle, das Klopfen ihres Herzens und das tägliche Knurren in ihrem Bauch wahrzunehmen und zu deuten wie kein anderer.
Ein Pilgerbericht aus der liebevoll-kritischen Perspektive eines Rucksacks, der beweist, dass guy nicht nach Spanien reisen muss, um prächtige Natur zu durchwandern, kleine Wunder zu erleben und Teil einer Familie zu werden, die größer ist als guy denkt.
By Rockwell Kent,Doug Capra
By William Zinsser
"This inspiring consultant contains areas everybody capacity to visit a few day, all defined with the standard readability of the writer of On Writing Well."—The ny Times
"A interesting tackle ‘the look for reminiscence’ and the way yes locations have come to represent deep American principles."—Kirkus Reviews
Join William Zinsser as he visits 16 of our nation's so much valuable old sites—unlearning cliched assumptions and rediscovering basic truths approximately America. American Places—and the beliefs that Zinsser discovers those locations represent—will by no means exit of fashion.
"Speaking around the centuries with stone and image, narrative and delusion, America's iconic areas remind us of our anchoring rules and top intentions. 'This is the place we all started and what we believed and who we was hoping to become,' those areas say. at the very least that is what they stated to me."
"Niagara Falls existed simply within the attic of my brain the place collective reminiscence is kept: scraps of songs approximately honeymooning undefined, vistas via painters who attempted to get the plummeting waters to carry nonetheless, movie clips of Marilyn Monroe operating for her existence in Niagara, odds and ends of lore approximately stuntmen who died going over the falls, and consistently, someplace one of the scraps, a ship called Maid of the Mist, which took tourists…where? in the back of the falls? Under the falls? loss of life hovered on the fringe of the pictures in my attic, or at the least risk. yet I had by no means considered going to determine where itself. That used to be for other folks. Now i wished to be a kind of different people."—from American Places
"American Places paints vibrant note photographs that placed you in these areas and make you are feeling that you have been there, however it additionally encourages every one folks to take our personal trek via history."—Riverside Press-Enterprise
"Zinsser's offerings and outlines are clean as a result visible idea that went into the decisions. it is also enjoyable to learn Zinsser's observations."—Chicago Tribune
William Zinsser is a lifelong journalist and nonfiction writer—he begun his profession on the New York bring in Tribune in 1946—and is additionally a instructor, most sensible identified for his book On Writing Well, a significant other held in affection by way of 3 generations of writers, journalists, editors, lecturers, and scholars. His 17 different books diversity from memoir (Writing Places) to shuttle (American Places), jazz (Mitchell & Ruff), American well known tune (Easy to Remember), baseball (Spring Training) and the craft of writing (Writing to Learn). in the course of the Seventies he was once at Yale college, the place he was once grasp of Branford university and taught the influential nonfiction workshop that will commence many writers and editors on their careers. He has taught on the New college, in big apple, his place of origin, and on the Columbia college Graduate institution of Journalism.
By Anton Eitzinger
By Russell Dobda