หลายชีวิต review º 103

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หลายชีวิต review º 103 ✓ That night the rain poured and wind howled raindrops crashing like solid objects onto the ground and water A passenger boat from Ban Phaen to Bangkok packed with people pressed on through the current amidst the rising clamor of the rain and storm The boat capsizes in the torrent and washed up on That night the rain poured and wind howled raindrops crashing like solid objects onto the ground and water A passenger boat from Ban Phaen to Bangkok packed with people pressed on through the current amidst the rising clamor of the rain and storm The boat capsizes in. An interesting sojourn into a bygone era As I understand this book was written as a serial in the 1950s by the author who wrote Four Reigns one of the few Thai books I've found translated into English I greatly enjoyed Four Reigns as it had a very similar vibe as Little House in the Praire in the way we examine a changing culture through the perspective of one woman and her family Many Lives is similar in that regard but in a broad and shallow way We focus on 1950's Thailand a modernizing Southeast Asian country before it's leap onto the international stage and we explore the lives of 11 people who meet their end in the same boating accident Each story is a uick journey from birth to death exploring their merits and the karma they reap This story isn't deep or plot driven instead it's just an exploration of Thai people and the lives they lived For me that was incredibly enjoyable being able to impose this old version of Thailand on the streets and waterways that I myself have walked down It's a very uick read I finished in one day in about 2 sittings It was an interesting glimpse into the past and it does raise some interesting if fleeting considerations on karma and nature and our personal views of life and death

Kukrit Pramoj á 3 read

The torrent and washed up on the shore the next morning are the sodden bodies of the many passengers who lost their lives Thus begins M R Kukrit Pramoj's classic novel set in the Thailand of the early 1950s and first published in 1954 The life of each passenger who pe. It’s so difficult to find good books about Thailand Preferably written by Thai people And available in the English language This is one of the best books I’ve ever read Since each chapter is its own story it’s easy to read in small chunks Far less daunting than the authors other 600 page Four Reigns but eually insightful into a bygone area of Thailand

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หลายชีวิตRished is retraced from birth revealing a complex web of experiences and emotions M R Kukrit Pramoj 1911D1995 wasa writer of renown politician prime minister intellectual journalist and classical dancer He wrote than 20 books including the historical novel Four Reigns. THese stories are a great insight into Thai culture