2 edition of Outside passage found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||CT275.S397 A3 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781602231290, 9781602231238|
|LC Control Number||2010033800|
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An instant classic, "Outside Passage" offers the spare, vivid account of enduring a hardscrabble childhood in the '30s and '40s at the edge of America/5.
" More than a story of an Alaskan childhood, Outside Passage is about something far more difficult to describe--memory and the delicate skein it weaves within us and across the separations of life."--Los Angeles Times " Lovely.
The subdued rhetoric of directness has a grace equal to a more heightened rhetoric."/5(8). In contradiction to Sarah Palin's take on Alaska, the history brought forth in Julia Scully's memoir evokes stark brilliant scenes peopled by stoic pioneers.
As I reread Outside Passage, I'm reminded of the unique existence Julia and her family experienced at a time the U.S. was in turmoil/5(8). Outside Passage is notable as much for what it doesn't say as for what it does.
As this memoir opens, year-old Julia Scully and her year-old sister, Lillian, arrive alone in Nome, Alaska, circa a town notable for its barren extremes.
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E-book $ to $ ISBN: Published February For sale in North America only Outside Passage is a lyrical and affecting memoir of those years, simultaneously an emotional account of a young girl’s first steps into adulthood and a unique portrait of a vanished frontier life.
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The "Inside Passage" simply refers to going inside of these islands. Some of the most visited ports are located inside the islands, so pretty much any cruise is an "Inside Passage" cruise. If you leave (or arrive) Vancouver, you are inside of Vancouver Island for a substantial distance, in an area well known for wildlife.
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OUTSIDE PASSAGE. A Memoir of an Alaskan Childhood. by Julia Scully. BUY NOW FROM Scully's portraits of the gold miners, Eskimos, and sailors are warm and amusing, but throughout most of this short book, the depictions of Rose and Lillian are emotionally detached; Scully is unable, maybe due to her youth at the time and the subsequent span Author: Julia Scully.
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No longer will there be any. Get this from a library. Outside passage: a memoir of an Alaskan childhood. [Julia Scully] -- After her immigrant father's suicide, her mother leaves her daughters in an orphanage and later sends for them to grow up at the Taylor, Alaska, roadhouse her mother runs.
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Approximately 1, miles North of Vancouver, it was the center of activity during Alaska's 19th century Gold Rush. Also known as the "Panhandle," the Inside Passage is popular for spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife, vivid Native cultures, astounding history.