The Singular Pilgrim: Travels on Sacred Ground
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2004 - 404 ページ
The Singular Pilgrim is a riveting account of one woman's personal quest to find the root of belief among modern religious pilgrims. The intrepid Rosemary Mahoney undertakes six extraordinary journeys: visiting an Anglican shrine to Saint Mary in Walsingham, Engl∧ walking the five-hundred-mile Camino de Santiago in northern Spain; braving the icy bathwater at Lourdes; rowing alone across the Sea of Galilee to spend a night camped below the Golan Heights; viewing Varanasi, India’s holiest city, from a rubber raft on the Ganges; soldiering barefoot through the three-day penitential Catholic pilgrimage on Ireland’s Station Island. A fiercely observant traveler and an insightful writer, Mahoney offers a witty and provocative chronicle of her adventures.
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How to follow up the acclaimed Whoredom in Kimmage? Mahoney walks the world from Bethlehem to Varanasi to Santa Fe in search of enlightenment. レビュー全文を読む
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