7 edition of An Ornithologist"s Guide to Life found in the catalog.
by W. W. Norton & Company
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||237|
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An Ornithologist's Guide to Life is, for one thing, a collection of short stories that makes it possible to be proud to be human; it's an antidote to the vulgarity, love-of-violence and bone-dumb stupidity we tend to encounter every day.
(Or, maybe I just hang out with the wrong crowd.) These tales are unpretentious, Brand: Norton, W. & Company, Inc. An Ornithologist's Guide to Life: Stories was written by award-winning author Ann Hood.
Hood is the bestselling author of The Book That Matters Most, The Knitting Circle, An Italian Wife, Comfort, and several other works. Buy An Ornithologist's Guide to Life: Stories by Ann Hood online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
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A collection of short stories that makes it possible to be proud to be human.—Carolyn See, Washington Post Looking at her characters as if through a pair of Free shipping over $ An Ornithologist's Guide to Life: Stories Ann Hood Introduction.
Ann Hood (born ) is an American novelist and short story writer; she has also written nonfiction. The author of fourteen novels, four memoirs, a short story collection, a ten book series for. Well, today I finished Ann Hood's An Ornithologist's Guide to Life. Eleven short life stories, each one between 15 and 28 pages.
It is remarkable how she created characters, life events, different points of view in so short a space and then drew each story to a close with a big wop beside the head, that in some cases leaves the reader reeling and in other cases, warm and /5(5).
An Ornithologist's Guide to Life (Book): Hood, Ann: Baker & TaylorThe author of Somewhere Off the Coast of Maine and Ruby presents a collection of short works that explores the surreal qualities of everyday events, from a pregnant woman's obsession with cooking after being left by her husband, to a young alcoholic's seduction of her priest, to a teen's observation of her.
An ornithologist's guide to life. [Ann Hood] -- "Looking at her characters as if through a pair of binoculars Ann Hood captures the extraordinary in the ordinary, the surreal in everyday occurrences.
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My favorite book on how a person becomes aware of birds and is inspired to watch and study them is Jonathan Rosen’s The Life of the Skies (). Part personal account of birding in Central Park and around the world, part history of American attitudes to birds as reflected in the lives of Audubon, Thoreau, Theodore Roosevelt, and others, and.
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Add to basket Buy Now Stock Photo: Cover may not represent actual copy or condition available. An Ornithologist's Guide to Life: Stories by Ann Hood. Used; very good; hardcover; Condition VERY GOOD ISBN 10 ISBN Simply put, an ornithologist studies birds.
Ornithologists may study the behavior, physiology, and conservation of birds and bird habitats. This work often involves surveying, recording and reporting on bird activity. Ornithologists may either generalize, or specialize in a particular species or bird group.
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Ornithology has a long and glorious past, but to judge from the history books you might think that only men studied birds. This, of course, is far from the full story – there are many female ornithologists who deserve to be much better known. One .About this book A facsimile of the first edition ofwith a biographical chapter and extentive notes by Martin Limbert.
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