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ISBN: 0140816720 / ISBN-13: 9780140816723

Ring of Bright Water

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This is the story of the author's life in Camusfearna, a wild and remote area of Scotland, and of three otters, Chahala, Mijbil and Edal, who became ... Show synopsis

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  • Ring of Bright Water (Penguin) – Mass-market paperback (1998)
    by Gavin Maxwell

    Ring of Bright Water

    Mass-market paperback, Penguin
    1998
    English
    Abridged edition. Abridged.
    48 pages

    ISBN: 0140816720
    ISBN-13: 9780140816723

    A simplified education edition for students of ELT in the UK and abroad.

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Reviews of Ring of Bright Water

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Wassermann

Otters and a man

by Wassermann on Aug 3, 2007

Gavin Maxwell has painted an astounding chapter in his life which is all the more remarkable for the simplicity and modesty with which it is related. His companions, sea otters, are wonderfully shown for the intelligent, sensitive and playful creatures that they are. Tragedy and comedy are skilfully ... More

CarolynNeser

RING OF BRIGHT WATER SHINES AS BRIGHT AS EVER

by CarolynNeser on Apr 3, 2007

I first read "Ring of Bright Water" as a primary school tot, along with the Gerald Durrel sagas and the "Born Free" trilogy. Unlike "Watership Down" and its lookalikes, Ring of Bright Water does not impose on our credulity by proposing walking talking animal characters. Mijbil, Edal and the other ... More

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