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His many books include Desert Solitaire and The Monkey Wrench Gang. Martin Litton () was the founder of Grand Canyon Dories and the recipient of the John Muir Award—the Sierra Club’s most prestigious honor. InLitton celebrated his 87th birthday by rowing a dory down the miles of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon and became the oldest person in the /5(71).
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The prayers of many bring two families together in /5(). The book's reflections culminate in a rereading of the fable "Care Crosses the River" that lies at the center of Heidegger's analysis of Dasein in which the fable's elided Gnostic center is recovered: Care creates the human in its own image, as a reflection of its narcissism.
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The magazine shied away from controversy. So Litton, who became senior editor, used pseudonyms in his club work, Litton crosses the river book photos published in “Time and the River Flowing,” the crusading book.
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Having read all of Ms. Litton's books about the thousand years of history interconnecting the families of Akora, Hawkforte and their Viking ancestors, this new generation again brings that history alive.
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In OARS built a new dory, the Marble Canyon, dedicated to Martin Litton. See the movie: Martin’s Boat is a film that honors the legacy of Martin Litton and follows the newest boat in the Grand Canyon Dories fleet, the Marble Canyon, on its maiden voyage down the legendary Colorado River through the grandest canyon on Earth.
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Bush Gentry had seen fierce Cherokee, and he still lived. Now h /5(4). New York Times bestselling author Josie Litton captivated readers with tales of the passionate--sometimes forbidden--unions between the fiery men and women of the island nation of Akora and those of mighty England.
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The people in Whitbrow are friendly enough, but they are often unkind to strangers, and they warn Frank occassionally not to venture to the forest beyond the river. But Frank can’t help himself and armed with only a camera, he crosses the river, only to find himself being followed by a strange puberescent boy who throws rocks at him.
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Jody Gladding is the author of four collections of poems: the spiders my arms, Translations from Bark Beetle, Rooms and Their Airs, and Stone has translated thirty books from French, including Geneviève Damas’s If You Cross the River, Jean Giono’s The Serpent of Stars, and Pierre Michon’s Small Lives, which won the French-American Translation Prize.
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Those Across the River is the debut novel of award-winning poet Christopher Buehlman. This literary horror novel, set in the post-Depression era South, is written in the Southern Gothic tradition complete with hereditary curses, societal transgressions, family secrets and an exploration of social issues of the American South.
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