Travels in an American Imagination
The Spiritual Geography of Our Time
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Is our era both the most wondrous and the most horrific time ever to be alive in the history of the human race?
Award-winning travel journalist Lee Foster thinks so. This book, Travels in an American Imagination: The Spiritual Geography of Our Time, consists of 25 essays, each with a photo illustration, in which Foster evokes a place in his worldwide travels and then raises a question about the spiritual geography of our era.
This book is Foster’s answer to the question, “How can a typical modern person balance both the wondrous and the horrific and lead a constructive life?"
Foster's work has won eight Lowell Thomas Awards, the highest awards in travel journalism, including him being named Lowell Thomas Travel Journalist of the Year (Silver Winner). More than 200 of his worldwide coverages can be seen at www.fostertravel.com.
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- Category: Specialty Travel
- Published: 01 January 2001
- Publisher: Foster Travel Publishing
- Print Length: 156 Pages
- Language: English