Rita Golden Gelman Writing Styles in Tales of a Female Nomad: Living at Large in the World

Rita Golden Gelman
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Perspective

Rita Golden Gelman considers herself to be a modern-day nomad. She loves to travel around, meet people and learn about different cultures. One thing that's different about her traveling is that she really immerses herself in a culture by staying with the people that she visits for long periods of time.

This book is a compilation of fifteen years of travel. Rita writes about her experiences at the end of the fifteen years. She changes some of the names and take some liberty with the chronology. Some of the chapters come from different books that she has written, such as her Nicaragua experience.

"Tales of a Female Nomad" is a reflection, not only of the adventures and the different people that she met, but also of the lessons learned. Many chapters end with contemplation over what has happened to Rita, and how it affects her. Rita has a...

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