By Yuri Rytkheu, Ilona Yazhbin Chavasse
"Rarely has humanity's courting to nature been so superbly and vividly depicted. A Dream in Polar Fog is either dependent and fascinating and likewise serves as a dwelling anthropology of a long gone international. It accomplishes every little thing a singular should."––Neal Pollack
A Dream in Polar Fog is straight away a cross-cultural trip, an ethnographic chronicle of the Chukchi humans, and a politically and emotionally charged Arctic event story.
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Dancer persisted. “You said you didn’t know anything about magic. You didn’t even know you were a wizard until a couple of weeks ago. Here I’ve been trying to teach you what little I know, and then you go and conjure up a thorn hedge. ” “I don’t know how I did that,” Han said. ” Dancer must think he’d been holding out on him, that he didn’t want to share what he knew. ” “I don’t,” Dancer said, his voice tight with betrayal. ” He stood, smacking the dust off his leggings, and left to see to the horses.
I’m not breakable,” Raisa snapped. ” He cleared his throat. ” “Oh, really? ” Amon had never been one to be threatened by capable girls. And he’d never taken it easy on her in physical competitions because she was female. Any more than she gave him quarter in those areas in which she excelled. Was he angry that she wanted to be part of his military life? Maybe it had been a relief for him to be away from her, to go down to Oden’s Ford and live with less demanding people. “I’m stronger than you think,” Raisa insisted.
No. I’m not,” Amon said, as if it hadn’t occurred to him till then. The silence coalesced around them once more. “That’s impressive. What you were doing,” she said. ” He studied the weapon in his hands as if he’d forgotten it was there. He seemed absent, distracted. “I learned it from the Waterwalkers. They call it sticking. Their staffs are made of ironwood—it grows in the marshes. ” He shut his mouth, as if to cut off the flood of words—a whole month’s worth for him. ” Raisa asked, surprised.
A Dream in Polar Fog by Yuri Rytkheu, Ilona Yazhbin Chavasse