Jonathan Livingston Seagull

Jonathan Livingston Seagull

by Richard Bach; photographs by Russell Munson (Turnstone, 1972)

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A novella that came to faddish prominence in the 1970s. Written by a former air-force pilot, awash with artsy seagull pictures, it is both a paean to flying and a parable of individualism. The story is harmless enough, although drifting towards spiritualism.



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