Far Above the Plain: Private Profiles and Admissable Evidence from the First Forty Years of Murree Christian School, Pakistan, 1956-1996

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Paul Asbury Seaman
William Carey Library, Jan 1, 1996 - Education - 298 pages
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An exciting chronicle of the life and times of individuals whose most formative school years were spent at Murree Christian School in Pakistan.
  

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I read this book as part of my research about the Azad Jammu & Kashmir, NWFP and other areas where the British Raj had their summerhouses. This is a poignant memoir about teaching, learning and ... Read full review

Contents

Opening a Vein
15
The Bone Structure
25
A Cold Windy Old Barn
31
Moving from Floor to Knee
42
Letters From the Front
57
Outpost Cadets
64
Firm Foundation Leaky Roofs
78
The First Date
91
The Hand at the Helm
157
Glennis Browns School Days
166
The Tree of Knowledge the Fruit of Grace
172
From the Other Side
183
Bomba
201
Graduation
209
Coming Home ReEntry
215
Hiking the Paper Trail
240

Train Party
103
Young Lions and Ladybug Farms
111
A Girls Life
121
A Saturday Evening Walk
131
The Old Maids Club
139
Afterwords
257
Their Country A Second Look
263
For Further Reading
289
Acknowledgments
295
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