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    Now the Living Buddha was approaching He passed quite close to our window The women stiffened in a deep obeisance and hardly dared to breathe The crowd was frozen Deeply moved we hid ourselves behind the women as if to protect ourselves from being drawn into the magic circle of his power.We kept saying to ourselves, It is only a child A c

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    I read this book many decades ago It was interesting However, I kept asking myself What did Heinrich Harrer live on until he reached Lhasa after about two years He had no money He had no provisions He had no weapons to shoot animals to eat And while traveling, he, definitely, had no land to grow any food From what I remember, there were also no tal

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    This is a book that I bought way back in 1990 It was an excellent travel book and I purchased it because of my enjoyment of reading about life in Tibet it always struck me as such an exotic place and I was also very influenced by Buddhism at the time It was so sad about the situation with China and the Dalai Lama.I must reread this.

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    I bought my copy of this book from a thrift shop last 27 January 2010 Handwritten on its first inside page is the former owner s name followed by 23 Jan 1999 Los Angeles California 7 00 pm I suspect he or she was a Tibetan It s typical of these religious and superstitious people to ascribe meaning to every event, or to the time, place and date it happened Even when it

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    First off let me say that the writing of this book is nothing spectacular, it s adequate for this type of book and gets all the facts across without lots of embellishment However, the content is an amazing travelogue of Heinrich Harrier s journey through Tibet and his eventual friendship with his Holiness the Dalai Lama Quite a large portion of the seven years was spent actuall

  6. says:

    Absolutely fascinating it s a pity the prose was on the pedestrian side One wonders what a Patrick Leigh Fermor or an Eric Newby would have made of the same material.

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    Heinrich Harrer, the author of this book, was a mountaineer and an adventurer He was the first to climb the North Face of the Eiger Mountain in Switzerland He did this int the 1930s This book, originally published in 1953, is an adventure classic that recounts Heinrich Harrer s 1943 escape from a British internment camp in India, his daring trek across the Himalayas, and his seven years in Tibet,

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    I read this book in fits and starts between breaks in class Restlessness has been the case for me lately Perhaps the cure is travel books like these Books that are easy to pick up, put down, and pick up again The book made no grand promises instead the author proposed to give me his notes plainly told about his journey through Tibet, a journey that began just prior to the second World War and ended a few ye

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    I ll be the first to say the movie version is well, awful It sensationalized aspects of Harrer s life although the part about leaving his pregnant wife turns out to be true and was interestingly omitted by Harrer from the book itself The film also created a stupidly melodramatic fake love triangle and gave short shrift to just how riveting the journey to Lhasa must have been Of course, this shouldn t be the surprise

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    This is a wonderful book and significantly different that the movie with Brad Pitt While Harrar and his fellow PoW escapee, Peter Aufscnaiter, were simply trying to be free from the British in India during WWII although Harrar seemed interested not in Tibet itself initially but just making his way across Tibet and through China to the Japanese lines since the Japanese were Germany s ally they both seemed to quickly fall in lo

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