6 edition of Stopping Places found in the catalog.
October 1, 2004
by University Of Hertfordshire Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
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The Stopping Places by Damian Le Bas In a bid to better understand his heritage, Damian sets out on a journey to discover the stopping places – the old encampment sites known only to Travellers. Through winter frosts and summer dawns, from horse fairs to Gypsy churches, Damian lives on the road, somewhere between the romanticised Gypsies of. The Stopping Places is a collection of narrative poems reflective of life's journey and its seasons. It includes poems such as "Zen Garden," which was included in First Water: The Best of Pirene's Fountain.
*BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week* 'I needed to get to the stopping places, so I needed to get on the road. It was the road where I might at last find out where I belonged.' Damian Le Bas grew up surrounded by Gypsy history. His great-grandmother would tell him stories of her childhood in the ancient Romani language; the places her family stopped and worked, the ways they lived, the superstitions. Stopping in Lonely Places. By Mary Lee Tiernan. In Book 1 of the Mahoney and Me Mystery Series, a mystery writer hooks up with a police detective to discover the identity of whoever is following her and threatening her. More Available ebook formats.
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It is a literary nonfiction / memoirish book where the author revisits places his family used to use as stopping places when on the road, and other stopping places for Roma/Travellers. I have read an amount of Hungarian Romani literature, but I find it harder to find Romani authors in other languages/5.
• The Stopping Places: A Journey Through Gypsy Britain by Damian Le Bas is published by Chatto & Windus (£). To buy a copy for £, go. Buy The Stopping Places: A Journey Through Gypsy Britain by Bas, Damian Le (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(82).
The Stopping Places looks realistically at what it means to be a Traveller in Britain today when many are no longer nomadic, and the relationship between Roma from across Europe, as well as telling the reader a Stopping Places book about, particularly, his maternal family/5(72).
The Stopping Place' by Helen Slavin was not an easy read though I stuck with it and felt satisfied in the end. From the first page, there is a sense of unease pervading the narrative. We feel that something sad has happened to Ruby in the past,who,when we first meet /5.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(14). The book was also a more personal challenge: “I wanted to test the idea of being ‘a lesser son of greater sires’, a phrase from Tolkien,” he says. The Stopping Places by Stopping Places book Le Bas. This book is an engrossing read.
It provides fascinating insights into the gypsy culture and history. The descriptions of his visits to the stopping places are excellent.
My only criticism is that the pace is very slow at times, especially in the second half and, in some /5(71). The Stopping Places. Book of the Week. Damian Le Bas combines a family memoir with broader historical context as he tells a story of the British traveller community.
Available now. He embarks on a year-long quest across the British Isles and visits the “stopping places”, the old sites of encampment known only to Travellers. But can Damian have the freedom that the nomad in all of us craves, or is the old Traveller way irrevocably lost.
Find The Stopping Places at Amazon. The Stopping Places is his first book. Damian lives and works mostly in Kent, with his wife (the actor Candis Nergaard); and Sussex, where he grew up and where his nan - who taught him the old Romany Travellers' little-known routes and ways - both still live.
show more. Rating details. ratings. out of 5 stars/5(). 'Stopping Places' by Simon Evans Gypsy historian Simon Evans has published a new book about traditional life on the road in Kent and South London. The Stopping Places: A Journey Through Gypsy Britain is published by Vintage at £ To order your copy for £, call or visit the online Telegraph Bookshop Related Topics5/5.
Random House presents the audiobook edition of The Stopping Places, written and read by Damian Le Bas. BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week. 'I needed to get to the stopping places, so I needed to get on the road. It was the road where I might at last find out where I belonged.' Damian Le Bas grew up surrounded by Gypsy history.
Yes, Stopping Places were originally known as Rail Motor Stopping Places, or They were provided on some lines where services were operated by rail motors, and whilst many had platforms, I have a feeling that some didn't.
When RMSPs were closed (or named), their number was sometimes re-used elsewhere. Stopping places were the only places to stay and eat in many areas of frontier Canada; today’s B&Bs are one accommodation option among many that a couple or family can choose from on their journey.
The food served at a stopping place was basic farm food and guests ate whatever was served. When Damian Le Bas was a boy his great-grandmother, Nan, used to tell him stories about the places where his Roma ancestors would stop on their travels.
One of these was Messenger’s Meadow in. About the book. Stopping Places was shortlisted for the Katharine Briggs Folklore Award The county of Kent, the "Garden of England", was also the market garden for London.
The regular round of seasonal work — picking hops, fruit-picking and gathering peas, beans and other crops — attracted families of Gypsies who returned to the same encampments and worked on the same farms from one.
Description. The Stopping Places. by Amy L. George. $, paper. Amy L. George is the author of The Fragrance of Memory (Amsterdam Press) and Desideratum (Finishing Line Press).Her poetry has been published in journals such as Kyoto Journal, Toronto Quarterly, Pennsylvania English, Pirene’s Fountain, and Up the holds an MFA in Creative Writing and is currently pursuing her.
The Stopping Places A Journey Through Gypsy Britain (Book): Le Bas, Damian: Damian Le Bas grew up surrounded by Gypsy history.
His great-grandmother would tell him stories of her childhood in the ancient Romani language; the places her family stopped and worked, the ways they lived, the superstitions and lores of their people. But his own experience of life on the road was limited to Ford. “The Stopping Places is a beautiful book about belonging: both a map of a secret landscape and a rich, thoughtful memoir of a divided life.
Damian Le Bas is the perfect guide to this often-overlooked geography. He is a scholar-Gypsy whose writing is lyrical, informed, and deeply humane” Jon Day.
The Stopping Places is a book which is long overdue; it has taken too long for such a celebration of identity to reach the public. It should be read widely. It should be read widely. It has its place on my shelf, in between Ian Hancock’s The Pariah Syndrome and Cecelia Woloch’s Tsigan.The Stopping Places by Damian Le Bas - Book Review The Stopping Places A Journey Through Gypsy Britain Author - Damian Le Bas Publisher - Vintage Pages - Released - 2nd May ISBN - Format - ebook, paperback, hardcover, audio Review by - Clive Rating - 4 Stars I received a free copy of this book.
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