The Schoonermasters Dance

The Schoonermasters Dance Isbn, 0 732268230Alan Gould Is A Poet, Essayist And Novelist In 2001 He Was Co Winner With Peter Carey Of The Courier Mail Book Of The Year Award For His Novel The Schoonermaster S Dance He Was Also Awarded ACT Book Of The Year For This Work.Sarah Tilber Has A Passion For History She Embarks On A Journey Across The World, Determined To Uncover Her Family Tree Through Letters, Interviews And Research, She Compiles A Picture Of Her Great Uncle And A Tragedy Sarah Becomes So Involved She Loses Ties With Family And Drifts Away On The Sea Of The Past.

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  • Paperback
  • 307 pages
  • The Schoonermasters Dance
  • Alan Gould
  • English
  • 05 November 2018

13 thoughts on “The Schoonermasters Dance

  1. says:

    There is properly no history, only biography Emerson.Really enjoyed this book, could relate to Sarah s enthusiasm passion for history There s a lot in this story that will appeal to Maritime devotees and those into shipping history from the late 1800 s to the 1940 s Interesting stuff on how she traced her great uncle s seafaring days.Interesting how the past and one s ancestors multitudinous lives get inside your bones Sarah asks Does the past affect you in a similar way For her it s the sensation of being somehow.hived with former lives It s a power She elaborates her interest thus Can I confine my purpose with great uncle to a biography at all Yes, if it begins and ends with simply wanting to to capture a person s life story But my impulse towards bygone matters is altogether peculiar when I examine it closely I think it is to do with wanting to inhabit of time than has been given to me, to inhabit Uncle s time as intimately as the moments of my own time Perhaps everyone hankers after this identification with what ha...

  2. says:

    I enjoyed the language and style of the writing and found the storyline interesting.

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