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Author:
Leila Hadley
ISBN13:
978-0722538661
ISBN:
0722538669
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Harper Collins; New Ed edition (1999)
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The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.

The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.

A Journey with Elsa Cloud book. Leila flies to India, and together mother and daughter travel through the subcontinent on an interior and exterior journey toward understanding culminating in a visit with the Dalai Lama. This A Journey with Elsa Cloud starts when Leila, the engaging narrator, receives a call from an estranged daughter who, while living in the East, has become a student of Buddhism.

A Journey With Elsa Cloud : A Mother and Daughter Odyssey in India. best travel book I've ever read. Norman Mailer show more. A Journey with Elsa Cloud starts when Leila, the engaging narrator, receives a call from an estranged daughter who, while living in the East, has become a student of Buddhism. Leila flies to India, and together mother and daughter travel through the subcontinent on an interior and exsterior journey toward understanding culminating in a visit with the Dalai Lama. This moving mother and daughter story is enlivened by richly textured descriptions and lyrical prose.

Leila Hadley (22 September 1925 – 10 February 2009) was an American travel writer and socialite. Her books include Give Me the World (1958) and A Journey with Elsa Cloud (1997)

Leila Hadley (22 September 1925 – 10 February 2009) was an American travel writer and socialite. Her books include Give Me the World (1958) and A Journey with Elsa Cloud (1997). Beatrice Leila Eliott Burton was born on September 22, 1925, and grew up in Old Westbury, Long Island, New York. Her mother Beatrice Eliott Burton was the sister of Sir Gilbert Eliott, chief of the Scottish Clan Elliot. Her father Frank V. Burton Jr. inherited his business in the cotton trade.

A Journey With Elsa Cloud: A mother and daughter odyssey in India By Leila Hadl. The Importance of a Clear Understanding of Britain's Work in India: An Inaugural

A Journey With Elsa Cloud: A mother and daughter odyssey in India By Leila Hadl. Condition is Acceptable. Sent with Australia Post Standard Service. The Importance of a Clear Understanding of Britain's Work in India: An Inaugural. This book, from the series Primary Sources: Historical Books of the World (Asia and Far East Collection), represents an important historical artifact on Asian history and culture.

A Journey with Elsa Cloud: A Mother and Daughter Odyssey in India. Hadley, Leila Eliott-Burton was born on September 22, 1925 in New York City. Daughter of Frank Vincent and Beatrice Boswell Eliott Burton. 38669/?tag prabook0b-20. Doctor of Medicine, St. Timothy's School, 1943. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Mount St. Mary's College, Newburgh, New York, 2006. Leila Eliott-Burton Hadley has been listed as a notable Author by Marquis Who's Who. Works.

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Flag as Inappropriate. India and A Journey With Elsa Cloud . Lawsuit; sued by her daughter and granddaughter . Biography 1. Marriages and divorces . Trip around the world . References 2. Biography. She was born Beatrice Leila Eliott Burton and grew up in Old Westbury, Long Island, New York.

A Journey with Elsa Cloud. For a moment, my daughter and I are silent. Then, dispensing with that part of me which ought to be up to her intelligence and isn’t, Veronica gentles her voice to the persuasive and assured sweetness of one asking for a favor certain to be granted. When I was twenty-five-the same age Veronica is now-I traveled to India to discover India for myself and, by writing about it, to make it my own. I saw Bombay and Delhi with Kipling’s Kim, an all-knowing interlocutor at my side. Originally published: New York : Books & C. Turtle Point, 1997. Cover subtitle: A mother and daughter odyssey through India. Published 1999 by Thorsons in London.