- 202 pages
- Light at the Edge of the World
- Wade Davis
- 16 June 2017 Wade Davis
A Journey Through The Realm Of Vanishing CulturesFor Renowned Anthropologist And Ethnobotanist Wade Davis, The Term Ethnosphere Encompasses The Wealth Of Human Diversity And All That Traditional Cultures Have To Teach About Different Ways Of Living And Thinking In Light At The Edge Of The World, Davis Best Known For The Serpent And The Rainbow Presents An Intimate Survey Of The Ethnosphere In 80 Striking Photographs Taken Over The Course Of His Wide Exploration In Eloquent Accompanying Text, Davis Takes Readers Deep Into Worlds Few Westerners Will Ever Experience, Worlds That Are Fading Away Even As He Writes From The Canadian Arctic And The Rain Forests Of Borneo To The And The Towering Mountains Of Tibet, Readers Are Awakened To The Rituals, Beliefs, And Lives Of The Waorani, The Penan, The Inuit, And Many Other Unique And Endangered Traditional Cultures The Result Is A Haunting And Enlightening Realization Of The Limitless Potential Of The Human Imagination Of Life.
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