Seven Years in Tibet (2021)

Seven Years in Tibet
  • Title: Seven Years in Tibet
  • Author: Heinrich Harrer
  • ISBN: 0874778476
  • Page: 238
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    1. An adventure book for the ages The movie does not make it justice Not even close Harrer has managed to transport the reader to another time, place, and dimension Simply superb.

    2. This book has two distinct parts 1 the difficult journey that Heinrich Harrer author and Peter Aufschnaiter had reaching the Tibetan capital, Lhasa and 2 Heinrich s experiences and observation of Tibetan life while living in Lhasa.In the first part, their difficulties were many and it was, among other things, fortuitous breaks in the weather and chance encounters with kind Tibetan nomads that allowed them to even survive the journey During this time, you see how difficult it was to travel at the [...]

    3. I read this a long time ago, and remembered enjoying it It was a pleasure to read again Harrer did an excellent job of observing Tibetan life from 1944 to 1950 being careful to keep his own personal opinions beliefs out of the way By the time he was forced to leave because of the Chinese invasion, he was deeply attached to the people and the country Though he didn t actually meet the Dalai Lama until late in his stay in Lhasa, Harrer and the young boy he was just 15 16 years old became fast frie [...]

    4. For various reasons I was reluctant to start reading this book However, once I started reading it, I could not put it down.The author obviously loved Tibet You can feel his love of this country and the respect of its traditions and people.Very educational and enlightening book.I am amazed at what he and his friend had to endure in order to achieve their dream of seeing the Forbidden City.

    5. At once a marvelous adventure story and anthropological study of Tibetan culture and customs before China s brutal cultural genocide Herr was one of very few Europeans to not just visit this mysterious Himalayan land, but to live, work and blend into the very life of Lhasa, The forbidden city , and capital of Tibet Whereby becoming not only a tutor, but life long friend of the XIV Dalai Lama.

    6. This book is a rare look at a little known world and it s people.The Author gives his own life experiences of the journey to and fromTibet Recommended Reading for all.

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