Return to Tibet

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  • Title: Return to Tibet
  • Author: Heinrich Harrer Ewald Osers
  • ISBN: 9780140077742
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Return to Tibet

  1. While this book somewhat lacks the writing style of Seven Years in Tibet, it manages to be heartbreaking.Harrer was no longer a young, bold, adventure seeking man when he returned to Tibet Tibet was no longer a peaceful, profound place.Although not for the same reasons, I value this book as much as 7 years.To quote Harrer himself Wherever I live, I shall feel homesick for Tibet I often think I can still hear the cries of wild geese and cranes and the beating of their wings as they fly over Lhasa [...]


  2. Es blieb menschlichen H nden vorbehalten, gelenkt durch politischen Ha und Fanatismus, neunundneunzig Prozent aller Sakralbauten Tibets zu vernichten S.236 Mit diesem Satz ist eigentlich alles gesagt Die wage Hoffnung, die Harrer nach seiner Reise 1982 noch f r Tibets Zukunft empfand, sie ist nach weiteren 35 Jahren auch zerronnen.


  3. I was interested to read about how Harrer experienced his return to Tibet after having built a life there and the Chinese having destroyed it all, interested to know the state of the country but it was less interesting than his first book Seven years in Tibet I think it is because there was no adventure involved any, less or pretty much no extraordinary things that happened, and sometimes it seemed like a factual description of all things destroyed and changed to make sure his impressions were [...]


  4. 30 de ani dup apte ani n Tibet , Harrer se ntoarce n ara aflat sub ocupa ie chinez Farmecul Tibetului e aproape disp rut, nlocuit cu fanatismul totalitar al lui Mao ntoarcerea n Tibet nu con ine aventurile incredibile din prima carte, ci este o compara ie ntre Tibetul experimentat de Harrer nainte de invazia chinez i cel de dup Tibetul este i n ziua de ast zi sub ocupa ie chinez , iar Dalai Lama n exil n India.


  5. A book really about how life is change Having just watched the movie Seven Years in Tibet, I was eager to know what came next Fascinating


  6. Return to Tibet has a copyright date of 1983, about thirty years after Harrer left that country, a period he wrote about his famous book, Seven Years in Tibet It is now another 30 years since that was written, but even if he were still alive, it is unlikely the author would have anything very different to say now The trends he deplores in this book continue to this day Inevitably this is a backward looking book It is worth reading, but it does not compare with the events of his original Tibetan [...]


  7. Of course this was a tragic read after meeting the young 14th Dalai Lama in situ at the Potala in the first book It was shuddering to return to Lhasa under Chinese rule and the pointless destruction


  8. I did not enjoy this book as much as Seven Years in Tibet, written by the same author, but probably because it was incredibly sad and depressing to read It documents what happened to many of the Tibetans Heinrich Harrer knew after the Chinese invasion.


  9. A somber book about Heinrich Harrer s return to Tibet, nearly 30 years after he left the country during the Chinese invasion It brings to light the truth about what has happened to Tibet and what is still happening in Tibet It is sad and truthful.


  10. Harrer s writing lacked the finesse of Seven Years in Tibet, but the information was impactful none the less Very important read about a continuing tragic state in Tibet.



  11. Not the same enthusiasm in the author The changes are all negative but he was one of the only guys able to draw comparisons No one else had previously been there.