A Land Gone Lonesome: An Inland Voyage Along the Yukon River (Google eブックス)
Basic Books, 2008/07/31 - 272 ページ
In his square-sterned canoe, Alaskan author Dan O’Neill set off from Dawson, Yukon Territory, onetime site of the Klondike gold rush, to trace the majestic Yukon River. His journey downriver to Circle City, Alaska, is an expedition into the history of the river and its land, and a record of the inimitable and little known inhabitants of the region. With the distinct perspective of an insider,A Land Gone Lonesomegives us an intelligent, rhapsodic-and ultimately, probably the last-portrait of the Yukon and its authentic inhabitants.
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Review: A Land Gone Lonesome: An Inland Voyage Along the Yukon Riverユーザー レビュー - Chris K - Goodreads
I've just cracked this book, but the first few pages have me hooked. It reminds me of the summer I spent living in Dawson City in a tent, about 4 Kms outside of town. Everything else is on hold until ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: A Land Gone Lonesome: An Inland Voyage Along the Yukon Riverユーザー レビュー - Tony Valente - Goodreads
When I finished it, I wrote "A whiny guy travels the length of the Yukon.". Other than that I have no memory of it... レビュー全文を読む