Samsara

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Orchid Press, Mar 20, 2008 - Fiction - 419 pages
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Exchanging Western values for far-off Thailand, Gunnar Ray plans to teach in the countryside and absorb the country's ancient wisdom. When monsoon rains flood the lands above his adopted village, catastrophe strikes. Gunnar's innocence is swept downstream along with hundreds of Thai lives. Exchanging Western values for far-off Thailand, Gunnar Ray plans to teach in the countryside and absorb the country's ancient wisdom. When monsoon rains flood the lands above his adopted village, catastrophe strikes. Gunnar's innocence is swept downstream along with hundreds of Thai lives.

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David K. Adams is Professor of American Studies and Director of the David Bruce Centre at Keele University in England. Cornelius A. Van Minnen is Executive Director of the Roosevelt Study Center in Middelburg, The Netherlands.

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