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Review: Voyages and the Indulgent Self: Six Months Off by Lamar Alexander
Reviewed Works: Six Months Off by Lamar Alexander; Grandmother's House by Frances Clausen Chapman; Equator by Thurston Clarke; Danziger's Travels beyond Forbidden Frontiers by Nick Danziger; Thoughts While Tending Sheep by W. G. Ilefeldt; The Improbable Voyage by Tristan Jones; Somewheres East of Suez by Tristan Jones; Peking Story by David Kidd; Walking the Beach to Bellingham by Harvey Manning; Nothing to Declare by Mary Morris; Into the Heart of Borneo by Redmond O'Hanlon; Mirror in the Shrine by Robert A. Rosenstone; The Facts by Philip Roth; Where the Spirits Dwell by Tobias Schneebaum; Listening for Coyote by William Sullivan; Memories and Hallucinations by D. M. Thomas; A Walk with a White Bushman by Laurens Van Der Post
Review by: Sam Pickering
The Sewanee Review
Vol. 97, No. 2 (Spring, 1989), pp. 297-304
Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27546057
Page Count: 8
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