10 edition of The Last Place on Earth found in the catalog.
September 7, 1999
by Modern Library
Written in English
Modern Library Exploration
|Series||Modern Library Exploration|
|Contributions||Paul Theroux (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||640|
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The themes of the search for meaning in life and life's inevitable tragedies both predominate. The Good Earth derives its title from the author's conviction that a connection to and reverence for the earth can actually lead to inner goodness and peace, and that a disconnection from nature can only result in a lack of fulfillment. Buck presents human beings as transitory, with the earth 5/5. Writing and book blog: The best inside information and resources for writers of any genre and readers of young adult fiction, including secrets from popular authors, tips, how-to advice, and in-depth articles, plus giveaways, contests, literary agent and editor insight and much more.
The Tobins have moved to Walden Woods because they thought they would be safe in the friendly, upscale community, with an excellent school system. But there are no safe places left on Earth, as they discover when a teenager is killed in a driving accident, a number of cars are stolen and trashed, and Christian fundamentalists begin demanding the censorship of books like The Diary of Anne Frank. Trying to stay safe in a town full of the undead, year-old Jack and his friends soon realize they are THE LAST KIDS ON EARTH. Jack treats the whole thing like a video game, complete with race courses and challenges for points, and with his best friend Quint builds an epically cool tree fort, makes friends with the town’s monsters, and tries to figure out how to survive.5/5.
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The Last Place on Earth is a complex and fascinating account of the race for this last great terrestrial goal, and it's pointedly geared toward demythologizing Scott. Though this was the age of the amateur explorer, Amundsen was a professional: he left little to chance, apprenticed with Eskimos, and obsessed over every by: The Last Place on Earth intertwines the biographies of two very different men and examines their competing world views using the race as a lens.
To research the book, he combed through all manner of records from military reports and bank statements Huntford wrote the definitive book on the famous Race to the South Pole between Englishman Robert /5.
The Last Place on Earth book. Read 80 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Daisy's best friend is missing and not for the reason /5. THE LAST PLACE ON EARTH is the first of Huntford’s masterly trilogy of polar biographies.
It is also the only work on the subject in the English language based on the original Norwegian sources, to which Huntford returned to revise and update this edition. The photographs in The Last Place on Earth are the best wildlife images in the world today.
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imagination, courage, and a leap of faith. Most of all, this book about a race, The Last Place on Earth book was the last great expedition that ended the Age of Discovery, is a study in leadership.
Paul Theroux's most recent book is Sir Vidia's Shadow. His new book of travel Brand: Random House Publishing Group. With Martin Shaw, Sverre Anker Ousdal, Stephen Moore, Ståle Bjørnhaug. Scott vs. Amundsen. It wasn't meant to be a race, but race it becomes, as the world awaits news of the first to reach the Pole.
What follows is a tale of heroism, foolhardiness, selflessness and self-delusion, in a land where victory must be secondary to survival/10(). The Last Place on Earth is the first of Huntford's masterly trilogy of polar biographies.
It is also the only work on the subject in the English language based on the original Norwegian sources, to which Huntford returned to revise and update this edition.4/5(1). In Volume II, Fay enhances these images with a detailed journal that relates the real-life drama of the expedition.
Threats by armed poachers, disease, and despair are offset by moments of utter astonishment and beauty. An extraordinary achievement in every way, The Last Place on Earth captures both the eye and the : Mike Fay. Directed by James Slocum. With Tisha Campbell-Martin, Dana Ashbrook, Mitchell Anderson, Thom Bierdz.
Rob Baskin, a businessman who travels to Lake Tahoe in order to spread the ashes of his late mother, meets Ann Field, a woman who'll change his life forever.6/10().
The Last Place on Earth is an unusual combination of adventure, psychological drama, and ideas. Although Huntford's terminology is not always accurate (he often uses the terms "heroic" and "romantic" in their Byronic, irrational sense), it is rewarding to read an author who traces actions and events back to.
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