Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes (E–pub/Kindle) ´ Robert Louis Stevenson

Oughts about nature food Men society and philosophy But also so many differencies between Thoreau and Stevenson And Stevenson s much my kindFirst he seems from the first pages totally franck he tells us about his troubles his mistakes his faults as well as his joys and the pleasure he takes for this travel as a young and enthousiastic man a tiny twelve days travel but after which definitively nothing will ever be the same for StevensonWhy the title Travel with a Donkey n the Cevennes Because Modestine the female ever be the same for StevensonWhy the title Travel with a Donkey n the Cevennes Because Modestine the female Moto ondoso stabile e altri racconti is asmportant as Stevenson n this travel Stevenson like a school teacher would have done tells us about the C vennes which were the site have done tells us about the C vennes which were the site a Protestant rebellion around 1702 severely suppressed by Catholic French king Louis XIV The Protestant nsurgents were known as the Camisards Stevenson was Protestant by upbringing and a non believer by philosophy Stevenson was well versed Son of the Sheriff (Delta Justice, in the history and evokes scenes from the rebellion as he passes through the area of the rebellion during the final days of his trek He planned his trek knows each day where he has to go and had calculated how many hourst should take him to reach a lake he would like to see before the night comes ButBut Modestine the donkey doesn t care about roads time or history Modestine s stubborn pretty fragile whimsical loving submissive curious about a thistle bunch a farmyard or a small conversation with a donkey crossed on the wayStevenson will be angry about her sometimes very bad and finally resigned because thanks to Modestine he ll understand that the mportant thing Son of the Sheriff in his travel liken all travels wasn t to go somewhere but to walkA short book with beautiful thoughts about the Beauty of earth about how men can live together even f some are Catholics and Beauty of earth about how men can live together even f some are Catholics and others are ProtestantsStevenson the scholar Protestant male aware of the time which passes and Modestine descendant from the donkey who carried the catholic Blessed Virgin Mary a couple sometimes funny often sad because of the bad behaviour of Stevenson s to be readAnd like n a good lovestory Stevenson regrets his bad thoughts and facts towards Modestine and will understand he loved her once gone awa. This work may contain missing or blurred pages poor pictures errant marks etc Scholars believe and we concur that this work s mportant enough to be preserved reproduced and made generally available to the public We appreciate your support of the preservation process and thank you for being an mportant part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant. ,


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Travels with a Donkey n the CevennesDespite the advice and concerns of his wife and THE FRIEND DRAGGED ALONG ON HIS LAST TRAVEL BOOK friend dragged along on his last travel book decides to hike through rural FranceA couple days of hiking lead to the dea that he should buy a donkey to carry his baggage and everything will
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smoothlyFunny and entertaining as Stevenson loves travel but s a complete amateur stumbles through his travels Gives us a look at the way the world was then as he trudges stumbles through his travels Gives us a look at the way the world was then as he trudges small villages and visits a monasteryPlus you realize just hiking through the French countryside April in Bloom in an era before cars cell phones electric lights or even handy paperback travel bookss uite an adventure The chapter where he and the donkey get lost and try to reach their destination after dark Let It Snow is uitentense and a bit scary despite the fact that a mere couple miles separates the two places he s traveling between In the woods at night he might as well be lost n the jungleInteresting book but he has a tendency to write about places like everyone will know where he s talking about and t left me a bit lost Amorous Liaisons (Harlequin Blaze, in spots until he mentioned a place name I did recognize Small timen Florac Time to read again this book With Modestine the dunkey He crossed this poor and austere area from the north catholic G vaudan to the South Protestant Cevennes He delivers to us very fine observation on people and country Especially his glance on nhabitant s opinion s very accute It gives to his travel an nitiatic dimension But 135 years later has the mentalities really changed Not sureThe trauma of the Religion Wars s well always present The character who confidentially acknowledges to be catholic would undoubtedly make HOW TO PLOT ROMANCE FICTION: KEEP YOUR PANTS ON! HOW TO OUTLINE A ROMANCE NOVEL WHEN YOU ARE AN INTUITIVE WRITER in the same way currently Always with Stevenson just publishedn France the diary of his second wife Charmian It Amorous Liaisons (Harlequin Blaze, is also the log book of the Snark their boat during their traveln Oceania I have order Argentinian Playboy, Unexpected Love-Child (Harlequin Presents Extra, it Charmian was the right eual of Stevenson Great woman This little book shares the adventures of Robert Louis Stevenson and his donkey Modestine during their journey through the Cevennes region of France RLS had no donkey driving experience before this trip andf I had endured his terrible first days Angels Do Have Wings in person I would. 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Have run screaming nto the forest never to return But he persevered and With The Kindly Help the kindly help a local peasant who made him a goad to encourage dear Modestine n her forward motion the rest of the trip was not nearly so horrific for any of usI got mad at RLS once when after a few days of being out on the road unloading And Loading Modestine A Peasant Points Out To Him The loading Modestine a peasant points out to him the between her legs and under her tail Sores which the peasant said came from being overloaded Now I understand a rookie donkey driver not comprehending things like balancing a load properly but how can anyone not notice gallsores when they are tying straps and supposedly caring for the poor beast n their down time But RLS definitely made up for that when he admitted to feeding Modestine her bread by hand and he picked a lot of chestnut leaves for her one night and even shed unashamed tears after he sold her at the end of his walk RLS embraced every moment of his trip sleeping under the stars at times that was okay except for when he stayed under some chestnut trees one night and later learned that the noises he heard had been rats and other times mixing with the locals at the village Amusement Parks of Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware inn He visited Le Pont de Montvert of bloody memory and why was the memory bloody It was the center of a rebellion by French Protestants against the Catholics of the time this war was called the rebellion of the Camisards for the linen shirts the Protestants wore I don t remember uite so much detail about the religious history from the last time I read this book butt was uite a few years ago and most likely I did not pay much attention to those sections I found them much Monster Trucks Hair in a Can interesting this time around especially since RLS seemed to feel that the people had learned to get along live together and respect each other even with their different religions Wouldn tt be nice f the whole world today could do the same I had this book on my shelves for one or two years Few days ago after finishing Walden by Thoreau I picked t up just because Danger on the Mountain it was small And what annteresting reading after Walden Two men living for a certain time n the nature There are similar ways of living their adventures similar th. 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