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So Far So Good

Author : Morris Leopold Ernst
ISBN : UOM:39015016466248
Genre : Lawyers
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So Far So Good

Author : Jan Novak
ISBN : 0893574589
Genre : Berlin (Germany)
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Category: Berlin (Germany)

So Far So Good

Author : Burgess Meredith
ISBN : 0786203684
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The actor discusses his stage and film career, Hollywood parties, his blacklisting during the 1950s, and anecdotes about Lauren Bacall, Jeff Bridges, Charlie Chaplin, Jimmy Stewart, and others
Category: Biography & Autobiography

So Far So Good

Author : Gil Scott-Heron
ISBN : UOM:39015018908296
Genre : Fiction
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These works are very political in nature and comment on the current matters of interest during the period of the 1970s and 1980s.
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So Far So Good

Author : Roger Whittaker
ISBN : 0938177001
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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So Far So Good

Author : Karen Alkalay-Gut
ISBN : 9653390406
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So Far So Good

Author : Ursula K. Le Guin
ISBN : 9781619321892
Genre : Poetry
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"Ursula K. Le Guin, loved by millions for her fantasy and science-fiction novels, ponders life, death and the vast beyond in So Far So Good, an astute, charming collection finished weeks before her death in January, 2018. Fans will recognize some of the motifs here—cats, wind, strong women — as well as her exploration of the intersection between soul and body, the knowable and the unknown. The writing is clear, artful and reverent as Le Guin looks back at key memories and concerns and looks forward to what is next: 'Spirit, rehearse the journey of the body/ that are to come, the motions/ of the matter that held you.'"―Washington Post "Le Guin’s farewell poetry collection, contains all that created her reputation for fiction—sharp insight, restless imagination, humor that is both mordant and humane, and, above all else, that connection to all creation, that 'immense what is'."—New York Journal of Books “It’s hard to think of another living author who has written so well for so long in so many styles as Ursula K. Le Guin.” —Salon “She never loses touch with her reverence for the immense what is.” —Margaret Atwood “There is no writer with an imagination as forceful and delicate as Le Guin’s.” —Grace Paley Legendary author Ursula K. Le Guin was lauded by millions for her ground- breaking science fiction novels, but she began as a poet, and wrote across genres for her entire career. In this clarifying and sublime collection—completed shortly before her death in 2018—Le Guin is unflinching in the face of mor- tality, and full of wonder for the mysteries beyond. Redolent of the lush natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, with rich sounds playfully echoing myth and nursery rhyme, Le Guin bookends a long, daring, and prolific career. From “How it Seems to Me”: In the vast abyss before time, self is not, and soul commingles with mist, and rock, and light. In time, soul brings the misty self to be. Then slow time hardens self to stone while ever lightening the soul, till soul can loose its hold of self . . . Ursula K. Le Guin is the author of over sixty novels, short fiction works, translations, and volumes of poetry, including the acclaimed novels The Left Hand of Darkness and The Dispossessed. Her books continue to sell millions of copies worldwide. Le Guin died in 2018 in her home in Portland, Oregon.
Category: Poetry

So Far So Good

Author : Craig Potton
ISBN : 0947503129
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In 1980, pre-eminent New Zealand landscape photographer Craig Potton, traversed the Southern Alps, a three-month tramping and mountaineering trip that started at Milford Sound and ended in Nelson Lakes National Park. Now, over 35 years later, Craig Potton recounts the experience in So Far, So Good. In part, this is the story of four friends embarking on a youthful adventure in the mountains, dealing with all of the challenges that travelling in this environment presents. But it is also a thoughtful reflection on what it means to spend an extended period of time in the wilderness. Heavily illustrated with photographs taken on the trip, this is a book for anyone with an interest in tramping and mountaineering, and the experience of wild places.
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So Far So Good

Author : Paddy Barry
ISBN : 0995792704
Genre : Adventure and adventurers
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A memoir of a life full of adventure - sailing a leaky boat across the Atlantic, recreating Shackleton's exploits in Antarctica, capsizing on the night of the Fastnet disaster, circumnavigating the North Pole in a small boat, and much much more.
Category: Adventure and adventurers