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by Alexander Frater
Author: Alexander Frater
Publisher: Little Brown & Co; First U.S. Edition edition (February 1, 1987)
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Great Rivers Of The World. Hodder & Stoughton. 1983 Stopping-Train Britain.
British-Australian journalist and travel writer. Alexander Frater Frater visited North Korea in the 1990's under the guise of being a teacher – journalists not being allowed in. He stayed at the Koryo Hotel, where he was one of only 20 guests despite the building having 45 floors. Great Rivers Of The World.
Frater, Alexander, 1937-; Jones, Colin, 1936-. Boston : Little, Brown.
Start by marking Great Rivers of the World as Want to Read . Two of his books, Beyond the Blue Horizon and Chasing the Monsoon, have been been into major BBC television films.
Start by marking Great Rivers of the World as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Alexander Frater has contributed to various UK publications-Miles Kington called him "the funniest man who wrote for Punch since the war"-and been a contracted New Yorker writer; as chief travel correspondent of the London Observer he won an unprecedented number of British Press Travel Awards.
Great Rivers Of The World
Great Rivers Of The World. Hodder & Stoughton Ltd.
This is the book oftheir series, and it contains unique pictures and descriptions of such remote and little known rivers as. .For both the armchair traveller and the aspiring explorer, Great Rivers of the World must be required reading.
This is the book oftheir series, and it contains unique pictures and descriptions of such remote and little known rivers as the Irrawaddy – their team were the first Western journalists to make the Mandalay to Rangoon voyage in more than-thirty years- the strange, impoverished, Alice-in- Wonderland stretch of the Zambezi as it flows through Marxist Mozambique, and the mighty Zaire (or. Congo), negotiated in a remarkable vessel that even boasted its own shipboard brothel.
Alexander Frater, the chief travel writer of the Observer from 1986 to 1998 and the author of highly successful travel books, including Chasing the Monsoon .
Alexander Frater, the chief travel writer of the Observer from 1986 to 1998 and the author of highly successful travel books, including Chasing the Monsoon (1990), died last week two days short of what would have been his 83rd birthday. Frater, known to friends outside his craft as Russ (from his first name Russell), dominated travel writing in much the way that Hugh McIlvanney dominated sports writing. He had made his name at Punch, where Miles Kington described him as the funniest man to write for the satirical magazine since the war.
Other than a clipped cardholder back flyleaf (ex libris), both the mylar-covered DJ and.
Sixty-four pages of color photos highlight descriptions of eleven of the world's greatest rivers-some of which have been unreachable to westerners for years-written by outstanding writers including Paul Theroux, Bruce Chatwin, and Piers Paul Read. ISBN13:9780316292221. Release Date:August 1984.
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