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Songs For The Open Road

Author : The American Poetry & Literacy Project
ISBN : 9780486110295
Genre : Poetry
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More than 80 poems by 50 American and British masters celebrate real and metaphorical journeys. Poems by Whitman, Byron, Millay, Sandburg, Langston Hughes, Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, Shelley, Tennyson, Yeats, many others.
Category: Poetry

Songs Of The Open Road

Author : Robert Atkinson
ISBN : IND:39000005877332
Genre : American poetry
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Category: American poetry

Songs Of The Open Road

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ISBN : IND:39000005922484
Genre : Folk music
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Category: Folk music

Song Of The Open Road An Autobiography And Other Writings

Author : Paul Weston
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Song of the Open Road: An Autobiography and Other Writings is the personal memoir of Paul Weston and Jo Stafford. Told through a collection of letters, supplementary manuscripts, and a previously unpublished autobiography, the book reveals the inner circle and rise-to-stardom of two of the most dominating musical figures in pre-rock 'n' roll America. Edited by Keith Pawlak.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


Author : Salil Tripathi
ISBN : 9385152920
Genre : Travel
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When Salil Tripathi began writing a travel column for a well known newspaper, he consciously decided to veer off the beaten track and not showcase the food and drink or the fabulous hotels and world class restaurants of a country. Instead, it was his insights into a place that defined a country and its people when viewed from the prism of history, culture and literature. Culled from his extensive travel writings, Detours: Songs of the Open Road is split into three parts, the first section called, War & After is a riveting account of places that were shattered due to terrible wars or human rights violations; the second titled, Words & Images, about places he visualised better because certain writers or artists made those places fascinating; and the third called Loss & Remembrance, is a wonderful personal journey about countries he visited with his wife who died in 2006 and which he later revisited with his sons as remembrance to a beloved. Detours: Songs of the Open Road is a remarkable travel diary of a man who holds your hand and takes you through fascinating journeys which you make your own by the end of his travel.
Category: Travel

Tales Of The Open Road

Author : Ruskin Bond
ISBN : 9788184750706
Genre : Fiction
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‘I have come to believe that the best kind of walk, or journey, is the one in which you have no particular destination when you set out.’ Ruskin Bond’s travel writing is unlike what is found in most travelogues, because he will take you to the smaller, lesser-known corners of the country, acquaint you with the least-famous locals there, and describe the flora and fauna that others would have missed. And if the place is well known, Ruskin leaves the common tourist spots to find a small alley or shop where he finds colourful characters to engage in conversation. Tales of the Open Road is a collection of Ruskin Bond’s travel writing over fifty years. Here, you will encounter a tonga ride through the Shivaliks, a hidden waterfall near Rishikesh, walks along the myriad streets of Delhi (one of which used to be the richest in Asia), trips down the Grand Trunk Road, stopovers in little tea stalls in the hills around Mussoorie, and an excursion to the icy source of the Ganga at over ten thousand feet above sea level. Enriched by rare photographs that Ruskin took during his travels, Tales of the Open Road is a celebration of small-town and rural India by its most engaging chronicler.
Category: Fiction