Water and Light: A Diver's Journey to a Coral Reef (Southwestern Writers Collection Series) e-book
by Stephen Harrigan
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Similar books to Water and Light: A Diver's Journey to a Coral Reef (Southwestern Writers Collection Series). Harrigan also reports on his encounters with other divers, one of whom he saved from drowning, and his experience as the first paying guest at an underwater lodge in Key Largo (Debussy's La Mer was among the records in his room). A leisurely tour of the coral reefs of Grand Turk Island, where novelist Harrigan (Jacob's Well, 1984) learns about nature and himself.
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Harrigan, Stephen, 1948-. Underwater exploration, Diving, Coral reef ecology. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by CarriC on June 18, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).
Cover: Water and Light. A Diver's Journey to a Coral Reef. Series: Southwestern Writers Collection Series, The Wittliff Collections, The Wittliff Collections at Texas State University. Sales restrictions: Not for sale in the British Commonwealth except Canada.
Stephen Harrigan is anchored in reality; he knows that the environment he's describing is in serious jeopardy. At the same time, he has made this book sparkle with his remarkable ability to discuss the metaphysical and spiritual aspects of underwater exploration without ever sounding saccharine or murky. By: Stephen Harrigan. Publisher: University of Texas Press.
Dj has short tear at top front fore corner and price sticker residue near same faded on the rear wit edge wear. Grand Turk Island coral reefs and the author interacts wonderfully with these and the local inhabitants. Other Products from sailorschoice (View All).
Stephen Harrigan (born 1948) is an American novelist, journalist and screenwriter. Water and Light: A Diver's Journey to a Coral Reef (1992). He is best known as the author of the bestselling The Gates of the Alamo, for other novels such as Remember Ben Clayton and A Friend of Mr. Lincoln, and for his magazine work in Texas Monthly. Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas (2019).
Series Southwestern Writers Collection Series, Wittliff Collections at Texas State University. Stephen Harrigan has devoted much of his life to exploring and explaining Texas, ever since his family crossed the Red River from Oklahoma in 1953. University of Texas Press. He is the author of numerous works of nonfiction and fiction, including the critically acclaimed novels A Friend of Mr. Lincoln, Remember Ben Clayton, and the New York Times best seller The Gates of the Alamo. He is a longtime writer for Texas Monthly and an award-winning screenwriter who has written many movies for television.
His nonfiction books include Water and Light: A Diver’s Journey to a Coral Reef and the essay collections A Natural State and Comanche Midnight. He is a longtime writer for Texas Monthly, and his articles have appeared in many other magazines. He lives in Austin, Texas. Библиографические данные. Challenger Park: A Novel.
This evocative account of the months Stephen Harrigan spent diving on the coral reefs off Grand Turk Island in the Caribbean was originally published by Houghton Mifflin in 1992.