2 edition of In pursuit of wild geese found in the catalog.
In pursuit of wild geese
Alan Reid Gartenhaus
by Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Smithsonian Institution in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 
|Other titles||Teaching creative thinking|
|Statement||by Alan Reid Gartenhaus ; designed by Stephen Kraft|
|Contributions||Kraft, Stephen, Smithsonian Institution. Office of Elementary and Secondary Education|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
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The Wild Geese written by Rhodesian novelist Daniel Carney was originally titled The Thin White Line and was published in with the plot revolving around a bunch of mercenaries who are hired - Sir Edward Matherson - the unscrupulous banker character, who hires a unit of mercenary soldiers to stage a military coup in an African nation - from /5.
Wild Geese book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the s, the writer and poet, Nan Shepherd was one of North-East Sco /5. Wild Geese is a novel of two protagonists. It is novel of the working out of a primal conflict between them.
It is a novel that portrays the psyches of Caleb Gare and his daughter Judith and the inevitable conflict between them/5. This is a wonderful book. With fresh sparse prose and unerring insight, Mary Olivers writing conveys the sort of connection with nature that Wordsworth writes about experiencing as a child except with Oliver the feeling stays with her always.
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Carney could not get his novel published until a chance meeting with film producer Euan : Daniel Carney. In short, ‘Wild Geese’ is a poem, written by Mary Oliver, that expresses what one must do in order to lead a good life. The speaker, presumably Oliver, is talking directly to her reader, imploring them to not worry so much about being good; rather, the reader should be true to nature and the beauty found in it.
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Wild Geese is a Canadian novel of the historical fiction genre written by the author Martha Ostenso, first published in by Dodd, Mead and Company. The story is set on the prairies of Manitoba, Canada in the s. The novel details characters struggling against victimization to achieve a better life and follow their respective passions.
Although the novel is primarily a realist novel, it does contain naturalist Author: Martha Ostenso. In The Wild Geese, prominent Japanese novelist Ogai Mori offers a poignant story of unfulfilled love, set against the background of the dizzying social change accompanying the fall of the Meiji regime.
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