Between Extremes

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Random House Publishing Group, 1999 - Chile - 344 pages
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For four years Brian Keenan and John McCarthy were incarcerated in a Lebanese dungeon. To displace the ugly confines of their existence, they imagined walking in the High Andes and across the wastes of Patagonia. Five years after their release, they undertook the journey together to see how the reality of Chile matched their imaginations and to revisit their past experiences. "Between Extremes" is the moving and amusing story of that journey.

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The authors, who spent four years in a Beirut prison together, wrote separate accounts of their shared incarceration: Irish poet and writer Keenan published Evil Cradling and British journalist ... Read full review

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Acknowledgements II
11
PART TWO Santiago Andes Chiloe
159
PART THREE Puerto Montt Patagonia Tierra del Fuego
267
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