3 edition of The Karens Of The Golden Chersonese found in the catalog.
April 30, 2004
by Kessinger Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||456|
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In The Golden Chersonese A Peep at the City of Singapore. Could an American boy, like a prince in the Arabian Nights, be taken by a genie from his warm bed in San Francisco or New York and awakened in the centre of Raffles Square, in Singapore, I will wager that he would be sadly puzzled to even give the name of the continent on which he had alighted. Chersonese (/ ˈ k ɜːr s ə n iː s /) is a name that was given to several different places in ancient word is Latin; it derives from the Greek term for "peninsula", χερσόνησος chersonēsos, from χέρσος chersos ("dry land") + νῆσος nēsos (island).. It was applied to a number of peninsular localities in the ancient world. These included.
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The Golden Chersonese: Large Print By Isabella L. Bird First published years ago, this classic travelogue by the world's most famous nineteenth-century lady travel writer offers a unique insight into Malaysia and Singapore in the s and is one of the oldest surviving travelogues written by a woman.
The Golden Chersonese. This well-known travelogue through Hong Kong, China, Vietnam, Singapore and Malaysia was first published in Isabella Bird, the world's most famous 19th-century female travel writer, has written a fascinating account of 19th-century colonial and local life in Asia/5.
The first mention of the Golden Chersonese is a passing reference in Chapter 1 of Book VII, in a list of co-ordinates relating to Peninsular India.
'AAomC'yvit Tr6ptov pAE ito y KCai Tr ao ETrflpOV TrA)V Ei& "rlv Xpuciv. InIsabella Bird visited the Malay Peninsula — romantically dubbed “The Golden Chersonese” — and was still able to refer to it as an almost unknown land. The world’s most famous female travel writer of the nineteenth century set sail from Japan and called at Hong Kong, Canton and Saigon before reaching Singapore.
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To my thinking both sexes are decidedly ugly, and there is a coldness and aloofness of manner about them which chills one even where they are on friendly terms with Europeans, as the people. The Reader’s Digest of Books.
The Golden Chersonese: Isabella Lucy Bird (–) Golden Chersonese, The, and the Way Thither, by Isabella Bird Bishop (), is a record of travel and adventure in the Malay peninsula.
The author, a veteran traveler, has journeyed so widely as to have gained that sweep of view which lends charm and. The Karens of the Golden Chersonese. Find all books from Alexander Ruxton McMahon.
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The Karens of the Golden Chersonese. London: Harrison. MLA Citation. McMahon, A. The Karens of the Golden Chersonese / by A.R. McMahon Harrison London Australian/Harvard Citation. McMahon, A.The Karens of the Golden Chersonese / by A.R.
McMahon Harrison London. Wikipedia Citation. But the GOLDEN CHERSONESE is still somewhat of a terra incognita; there is no point on its mainland at which European steamers call, and the usual conception of it is as a vast and malarious equatorial jungle, sparsely peopled by a race of semi-civilized and treacherous Mohammedans.
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Caspar was one of the Three Magi who worshipped the newborn Christ at Bethlehem. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McMahon, Alexander Ruxton. Karens of the Golden Chersonese. London: Harrison, (OCoLC) Document Type. The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither This is a travel book.
CANTON and Saigon, and whatever else is comprised in the second half of my title, are on one of the best beaten tracks of travelers, and need no introductory remarks. THE KARENS. [References. = "The Karens of the Golden Chersonese." Culonel A.
McMahor, London, BROWN = "Elementary Handbook of the Red Karen Language.". the golden chersonese Download Book The Golden Chersonese in PDF format. You can Read Online The Golden Chersonese here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.
The Karens Of The Golden Chersonese Author: Lieut Colonel A R McMahon ISBN: Books; The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither; The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither.
The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither. Get access. Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional login. Log in by: 1.The Golden Chersonese is a travel book written by Isabella Bird, the greatest travel writer of the 19th century, and maybe of all time.
It recounts her travels in through southern China and into the interior of the Malay Peninsula- which in the age of Ancient Greece and Rome was known as the Golden Chersonese.