9 edition of A Curious Earth found in the catalog.
March 17, 2008
by W. W. Norton
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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A Curious Earth is apparently the final book in a trilogy, but I didn’t know that until after I’d finished reading it. It’s A Curious Earth book sadly comic novel about a widower’s attempts to connect with other people (mostly women) in the last few years of his life/5.
Sardonic and filled with darkly humorous imagery, A Curious Earth, by Man Booker finalist Gerard Woodward, is an old-fashioned novel, more an extended character study and meditation on aging than a traditional plot-based novel/5(9).
The book takes its title from an Emily Dickinson poem, part of the last stanza of which reads: "Going to heaven. I'm glad I don't believe it, For it would stop my breath, And I'd like to look a little more At such a curious earth!" And what a truly curious earth it is through which Aldous muddles his last years.
Sad, yes/5(9). Curious Earth by Gerard Woodward available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews. In this successor to his Man Booker Prize A Curious Earth book, Gerard Woodward slyly pits defiant Aldous Jones Author: Gerard Woodward. We created to solve a problem: a lack of accessible and entertaining environmental news.
We saw too much jargon, too much pessimism. We want to make sustainability interesting, engaging and fun. We also want to provide a solution. A Curious Earth opens with Aldous living on after these most terrible of deaths - wife, firstborn - in "the ear-pounding silence of a house vacated by all-but-one.
Earth Day is Ap Use these Curious George ideas to celebrate. Find games, printable, and books. In "A Curious Earth", Woodward has written a book that will bring him new readers and provide for his loyal fans the perfect ending to a series of books that has led them from birth to Reviews: A Curious Earth occupies the Thatcher years of miners and the Falklands, making you intimate with appalled hilarity and concern.
It is. A Curious Earth (Review 03) By the author of Booker-shortlisted I'll Go To Bed At Noon. Aldous Jones is in a bad way: his dilapidated house is empty of family but full of hoarded odds and ends that remind him of his dead wife and son.
A curious Earth. [Gerard Woodward] -- Left after the death of his wife and one of his sons with an empty house and cupboards full of hoarded odds and ends that seem to have nothing to do with him, Aldous Jones is tempted to spend the.
Get this from a library. A curious Earth. [Gerard Woodward] -- Aldous Jones is an old man whose wife has died and whose children have left home, but he still sets out to lead a full life. A perfect choice to read aloud for Earth Day, this quirky picture book is a delightful account of one boy who changes the world by making it greener, one garden at a time.
A decrepit old elevated train track is transformed into a public green space by a combination of curious magic and one child's earnest efforts/5(). Aldous Jones is alone when we meet him in A Curious Earth, the hilarious and heartbreaking new novel by Gerard Woodward.
His wife is dead, his kids are grown, and he’s taken to drink with a joyful vengeance. 26 Curious Facts Showing How Little We Know About This World. 7 4 The image on the left is what a candle looks like when it burns on Earth; on the right this is how it burns in zero-gravity, as seen on the space station Mir.
A lack of sleep makes people see enemies all around them. The new Rey Center in New Hampshire has a "Curious George Cottage" & is a model for energy conservation, recycling and earth-friendly construction.
Book Summary: The Curious Garden tells the story of “one boy’s quest for a greener world.” In a drab city of concrete, a young boy unexpectedly finds plants struggling to survive. He patiently nurtures them and as the garden thrives, the boy’s world is transformed. Humanity does not exist in a vacuum, but shares the Earth with other.
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Free shipping for many products! "A Curious Earth" (Reviewed by Mary Whipple AUG 7, ) "To be old is one thing, to be old and a victim is another. An entirely new category of person—someone vulnerable, helpless, unable to cope.
Little more than a baby. What worried Aldous most was how eager people were to .