More From The Primeval Forest

by Albert Schweitzer | Biographies & Memoirs |
ISBN: 0006224881 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wing6of8wing of Silver Spring, Maryland USA on 12/22/2010
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Journal Entry 1 by wing6of8wing from Silver Spring, Maryland USA on Wednesday, December 22, 2010
A sequel to "On the Edge of the Primeval Forest," this contains more of the story of the life and work of Dr. Schweitzer, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952.

Journal Entry 2 by wing6of8wing at Silver Spring, Maryland USA on Tuesday, January 18, 2011
I found myself impressed with all that Dr. Schweitzer accomplished and all he tried to do. It was a little difficult to get through some of the racial terms in the book and some of the comments on the natives needing constant supervision. I thought he did a nice job explaining cultural differences in the first book and why European values were not reflected in the native population, but that did not appear in this book. I plan on releasing them as a set, so if they stay together, that will take care of that issue, but if not . . . .

Journal Entry 3 by wing6of8wing at National Arboretum in Washington, District of Columbia USA on Monday, June 06, 2011

Released 9 yrs ago (6/4/2011 UTC) at National Arboretum in Washington, District of Columbia USA


This little book, and it's companion On the Edge of the Primeval Forest, were left (carefully protected in a release bag) in the cleft of a tree in a courtyard at the Bonsai Exhibit at the National Arboretum in Washington D.C. This release is part of the Year of the Forest commemorative releases.

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