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Presented as forty-five narrative-style poems, some of which are rhyming and others are in prose or blank verse, Reflections on Mountaineering: A Journey Through Life as Experienced in the Mountains summarizes much of what the author, Alan V. Goldman, learned in his more than thirty years of climbing. Many of the same moral issues that confront us in everyday life are pres ...more
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Published July 31st 2019 by Outskirts Press
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Alan V. Goldman
ΦBK, Harvard College, 1979
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From the publisher: Presented as forty-five narrative-style poems, some of which are rhyming and others are in prose or blank verse, Reflections on Mountaineering: A Journey Through Life as Experienced in the Mountains summarizes much of what the author, Alan V. Goldman, learned in his more than thirty years of climbing. Many of the same moral issues that confront us in everyday life are present in the high mountains, only to a sharper degree. Musin
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