The Blue Plateau PDF/EPUB ¶ The Blue PDF/EPUB ²
- 256 pages
- The Blue Plateau
- Mark Tredinnick
- 14 April 2014 Mark Tredinnick
❮Reading❯ ➿ The Blue Plateau Author Mark Tredinnick – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Located in the Blue Mountains southwest of Sydney the Blue Plateau is a contrary collection of canyons and creeks cow paddocks and eucalyptus forests the first people and ranchers This book reveals Located in the Blue Mountains southwest of Sydney The Blue Plateau is a contrary collection of canyons and creeks cow paddocks and eucalyptus forests the first people and ranchers This book reveals the plateau through its inhabitants the Gundungurra people who were there first and still remain; the Maxwell family who tried but failed to tame the land; the affable impoverished often drunken ranchers and firefighters; and the author himself a poet trying to insinuate his citified self The Blue PDF/EPUB ² into a rugged landscape defined by drought fire and scarcity Like the works of Peter Mathiessen Barry Lopez and William Least Heat Moon The Blue Plateau is a deep examination of place that transcends genre incorporating poetry people’s history ecology mythology and memoir to reveal how humanity and nature intertwine to create a home Elegiac and intimately composed this vivid portrait of a rugged wilds expands readers’ sense of the place they call home.