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A Millimetre of Dust Read & Download Å 4 è ❰Reading❯ ➿ A Millimetre of Dust Author Julia Martin – Srl-ltd.co.uk A Millimetre of Dust is the story of a journey from Cape Town to the Northern Cape and back to visit some world class Stone Age archaeological sites In the tradition of writers such as Barry Lopez WG A MS of small children on a long trip to intense disuiet about the local impact of global climate change As in many travellers tales the protagonist leaves home discovers unfamiliar territory and returns with an altered view of her place in the world At Wonderwerk Cave the duration of a human life measures just one millimetre of dust in the deep long accumulation of sediment yet each breath we take is a link to those who came before us and to all beings..

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Ition of writers such as Barry Lopez WG Sebald Gary Snyder and A Millimetre Kindle Bruce Chatwin this travel memoir combines extensive research with personal narrative to explore how a particular woman s experience raises uestions that are political ecological and philosophical The sense of deep time which places such as Wonderwerk Cave or Kathu Townlands evoke is presented amid contemporary concerns from the domestic immediacie.

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A Millimetre of DustReading A Millimetre of Dust Author Julia Martin Srl ltd.co.uk A Millimetre of Dust is the story of a journey from Cape Town to the Northern Cape and back to visit some world class Stone Age archaeological sites In the tradition of writers such as Barry Lopez WG A Millimetre of Dust is the story of a journey from Cape Town to the Northern Cape and back to visit some world class Stone Age archaeological sites In the trad.

4 Comments on "A Millimetre of Dust Read & Download Å 4"

  • Chris Hall

    A Millimetre of Dust Read & Download Å 4 A Millimetre of DustAn evocative description of the author's journey to visit a number of archaeological sites with her young family The narrative takes us from Cape Town to the Northern Cape and back again exploring the sites and learning about the prehistoric and ancestral stories which have emerged alongside the investigations of the sitesThe connections she makes to the distant past through the artifacts and locations are particularly interesting and her reflections on the demise of the indigenous San and Khoi peoples and of the wild animal populations following the arrival of the Europeans are poignantOverall and interesting read particularly if you have the opportunity to visit some of these places


  • Yvette Van wijk

    A Millimetre of Dust Read & Download Å 4 A Millimetre of DustA wonderful book knowledgeable but fun and tender Every mother who has or had small children and tries to also pursue her own interests at the same time will love it Very


  • Claire Barrett

    A Millimetre of Dust Read & Download Å 4 A Millimetre of DustWhilst I enjoyed the setting of the book and was interested in the stone age archaeology of south Africa from a writers' point of view I found the author tried a little too hard with her emotive descriptions


  • Gary Brooks

    A Millimetre of Dust Read & Download Å 4 A Millimetre of Dustwhat a beautiful deep and soulful journey