Bach, Richard: Jonathan Livingston Seagull

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Jonathan Livingston Seagull - a story - Author: This book was written by Richard Bach, born 1936. He is a former US Air force pilot and he has written another three books about flying, he has edited a flying magazine and he has written more than hundred magazine articles and stories. Books: One Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah A Gift of Wings A Bridge Across Forever Title: Richard Bach was inspired for this book by John H. Livingston, one of the best pilots in the country. Mr. Livingston died on the 2nd of July 1974. In the 70 s people, when the book came out, were fed up with religion. So Jonathan Livingston Seagull helped to see things differently, to look in different directions and to question all our usual beliefs. Date of publication: It was first published in New York by Avon 1970 and it has been already reprinted forty-five times. 1973 a film was made from the book and there is a very romantic Soundtrack. In this edition are also photographs of seagulls taken by Russel Munson. Book: It is a third-person narrator at the point of view of an seagull. The book is dedicated to the real Jonathan Seagull who lives within us all . Therefor it is also a kind of philosophy book like Der kleine Prinz . The book itself hasn t got a real plot or well-developed characters, but it teaches many true principles. ( Quotes ) Plot synopsis: There is one seagull in a flock, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, who cares a lot less about scrounging for food than the other gulls, ...

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