4 edition of mapmaker"s dream found in the catalog.
Originally published: Boston, Mass. : Shambhala, 1996. First published in Great Britain by Hodder & Stoughton, 1997.
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THE MAPMAKER’S DREAM. by Bill Meissner. $, Full-length, paper. Author and teacher Bill Meissner has published four previous collections of poetry: American Compass (U. of Notre Dame Press), Learning to Breathe Underwater and The Sleepwalker’s Son (Ohio U. Press) and Twin Sons of Different Mirrors (Milkweed Editions). Mapmakers Dream Meditations of Fra Mauro by Cowan, James An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less.
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Part historical fiction, part philosophical mystery, A Mapmaker's Dream tells the story of Fra Mauro and his struggle to realize his life's work: to make a perfect map—one that represents the full breadth of Creation. News of Mauro's projects attracts explorers, pilgrims, travelers, and merchants, all eager to contribute their accounts of faraway people and by: 9.
"A Mapmaker's Dream" is a finely In journal/novel form, the author discovers the long forgotten papers of Fra Mauro. As each chapter passes, a new visitor carries tales of fantastic, faraway mapmakers dream book back to the monastery and Fra Mauro is forced to relinquish many of his own pre-conceptions about the world and accept that his map may never be accurate except to his own being/5(85).
Sometimes comic, sometimes poignant, the poems in The Mapmaker's Dream take you on journeys to places you never expected to go, and to characters you never dreamed you'd meet. Read more Read less click to open popover Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.5/5(1).
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The subject of Cowan's (Messengers of the Gods,etc.) first novel—the thoughts of an intellectually adventurous Renaissance cartographer—should make it soar, but instead it remains painfully inert. Fra Mauro is a Venetian monk who never leaves his cell yet wants to create the greatest map of the world.
Is this folly, or is he as well equipped as anyonesince mightn't ``the. Part historical fiction, part philosophical mystery, A Mapmaker’s Dream tells the story of Fra Mauro and his struggle to realize his life’s work: to make a perfect map—one that represents the full breadth of Creation.
News of Mauro’s projects attracts explorers, pilgrims, travelers, and merchants, all eager to contribute their accounts of faraway people and places. The Examiner "A genuinely entertaining book. Cowan successfully conveys the spirit of a time when the physical world was still infused with the ethereal."--The Observer "I must say A Mapmaker's Dream threw me into a speechless whirl.
This is a book that cannot be read without red wine; one of those rare works that requires underlining/5(6). A Title in Search of a Book - Alas, the title bears little resemblance to the material betwixt sensational front cover illustration and blurb-infested back cover.
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It is, however, a decently written account of a French scientific /5. "I must say "A Mapmaker's Dream" threw me into a speechless whirl.
This is a book that cannot be read without red wine; one of those rare works that requires underlining. It's quite extraordinary when a book successfully questions the shape of the world."--Jim Harrison, author of "Legends of the Fall"/5(6).
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Get this from a library. A mapmaker's dream: the meditations of Fra Mauro, cartographer to the court of Venice. [James Cowan] -- A monk in 16th Century Venice creates a map of the world, based on the tales of travellers he receives in his monastery.
Fra Mauro, official cartographer, interprets and speculates on. Part historical fiction, part philosophical mystery, A Mapmaker's Dream tells the story of Fra Mauro and his struggle to realize his life's work: to make a perfect map — 3/5(8).
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A Mapmaker's Dream is a dream within a dream. Cowan's words work like magic on the pages giving the reader an interesting look into the meditations of Fra Mauro.
The reader feels like an observer in all the stories of voyagers that traveler's brings to Mauro's cell.4/5(14). Part historical fiction, part philosophical mystery, A Mapmaker's Dream tells the story of Fra Mauro and his struggle to realize his life's work: to make a perfect map—one that represents the full breadth of Creation.
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Many are the books that contain within them a dictionary Missing: mapmakers. James Cowan (born ) is an Australian author. James Cowan is author of a number of internationally acclaimed books, including A Troubadour's Testament and Letters from A Wild State.
In he was awarded the prestigious Australian Literature Society's Gold Medal for his novel, A Mapmaker's Dream/5. Book-related and General Links: Fra Mauro's Mappamundi () -REVIEW: (Between the Lines, The Australian) -REVIEW: (Ann Skea, Eclectica Magazine) -REVIEW: (James Neal Webb, Book Page) -REVIEW: of A Mapmaker's Dream (Wendy Cavenett, Between the Lines) -REVIEW: The World Was His Cloister (DAVID GUY, NY Times Book Review) -Cartographic Images Home Page5/5.Buy A Mapmaker's Dream: The Meditations of Fra Mauro, Cartographer to the Court of Venice New edition by Cowan, James (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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