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Mongolian Journey

1st Edition

By Henning Haslund


248 pages

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Hardback: 9780367151751
pub: 2019-04-16
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Originally published in 1946, Mongolian Journey follows Henning Haslund's trip across Mongolia, inspired by the 'desire to see what was hidden on the other side of the farthest of all known passes.' It includes chapters on the younger generation of Mongolia, robber life in Mongolia, and Jasaktu Land, among many others.

Table of Contents

1. Preface. 2. Why did we set out? 3. From Singapore to Shanghair. 4. From Shanghai to Peking. 5. The Girl who Painted a Fan. 6. In the Heart of Jasaktu Land. 7. The Princess's Temple. 8. In Camp at Manchu Ail. 9. Among Devil Dancers in the King's Monastery. 10. Steppe Poetry. 11. The Younger Generation of Mongolia. 12. Christmas Night in the Wild. 13. The Mongols' "Blue City". 14. With Fire-Worshippers in Mongolia. 15. The Holy Fire Maiden. 16. The White Old Man of the Steppe. 17. To a Wedding Feast Among the Chahar People. 18. A Nomad's Funeral. 19. Robber Life in Mongolia. 20. On Christian Soil in a Heathen Land. 21. The Oasis Beyond the Desert. 22. In the Land of Snow. 23. East is East…?

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SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / General