|Statement||by Frank Raymond.|
|LC Classifications||SH464.N6 R39 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||92093873|
This colossal let-down of a trusted authority is what Krupa Ge brings to the consciousness of the reader, with Rivers Remember. – The Hindu. Krupa Ge’s book contributes to the cultural memory of the disastrous Chennai floods of December — a job it does with deceptive simplicity and barely suppressed rage/5(11). Her book brings back memories of three rivers that traverse the city: Kosasthalaiyar, Adyar and Cooum. She also weaves in stories by listening to the tales of people living on the banks of the Buckingham Canal and in close vicinity of the lakes in Chennai : Himanshu Upadhyaya. This colossal let-down of a trusted authority is what Krupa Ge brings to the consciousness of the reader, with Rivers Remember. A touching story about the . Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day. – from A.A. Milne, The House at Pooh Corner (). – The publication of Sean Fleming’s book comes at an interesting time for rivers and environmental sciences.
“Cities and rivers go together,” said journalist, writer Vikram Doctor in his iconic article — Rivers that remember and cities that forget (Ge’s book title is a nod to this article). “Yet cities have a strange tendency to forget their rivers,” he adds. With a book like Rivers Remember on your shelf, forgetting will not be that easy. 9 Must-Read River Books. Rivers lend themselves to stories, and stories lend themselves to books. So naturally, there have been a couple of great river books over the years. Here are nine masterworks of the genre. Some are pure fiction, others are real-life expeditions, and some have been adopted into award-winning films, but all of them earn a. The ‘amniotic’ pull of rivers and their sources fascinates Katharine Norbury, who shares her top 10 books of watery inspiration Katharine Norbury Wed . there was a book i read when i was younger, maybe in middle-high school, so it was a chapter book, but something a young kid could read. it was a book about girl in france, (it might've taken place in the past). i think she was an orphan, and she was taken in by a man, but i don't remember whether or not it was through an agency. she loved.
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