5 edition of Fragile edge found in the catalog.
Originally published: London : Chatto & Windus, 1989.
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Fragile Edge by Maria Coffey; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Mountaineers, Biography, Mountaineering; Places: Everest, Mount (China and Nepal), Great Britain; People: Maria Coffey ().
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But it's also a sensitive meditation on the very nature of family and community and the ties that. Book reviews Fragile Edge Maria Coffey Seattle, WA: The Mountaineers Books, US $, pages, softcover ‘‘Joe and all thelost friends—climbing was their dream, and an important part of what made them so vi-brant; we survivors have to try to accept that, while com-ing to terms with the fact that it also took them away too.
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In The Fragile Edge, the documentary filmmaker and deep-sea diver Julia Whitty paints a mesmerizing, scientifically rich portrait of teeming coral reefs and sea life in the South Pacific. She takes us literally beneath the surface of the usual travel narrative, in an underwater equivalent of an African big-game safari.4/5(1).
Critically acclaimed Fragile Edge won the coveted the International Literary Mountain prize for Maria Coffey's eloquently written story of how climbing tragedies affect those who are left behind. This is a powerful story describes how she survived the loss of her long-time partner, dealing with the sorrow and confusion, anger and : The Mountaineers Books.
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Powers talked about his book [Blue Clay People: Seasons on Africa's Fragile Edge], published by Bloomsbury USA. He recounted how inafter he. In The Fragile Edge (Houghton Mifflin), she takes us diving near three exquisitely beautiful and seriously endangered Polynesian islands.
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IN COLLECTIONS. Books to : When Fragile Edge appeared in hardcover ten years ago it was hailed for bringing "an extraordinary new dimension" to mountaineering literature. Mountain Magazine called it "Emotionally vivid, a fresh and powerful piece of writing:" Coffey says simply, "It is about the other side of mountaineering-the human side:" It is aside that recent events.
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Bloomsbury $ (p) ISBN More By and About .This book gives download pdf an insider's view of the life of a world-class mountaineer; it also recounts Coffey's deeply moving pilgrimage with Boardman's widow across Tibet, retracing Boardman and Tasker's steps as far as their abandoned Advance Base Camp, 21, feet on Everest.
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