2 edition of World without words found in the catalog.
World without words
Translation of Kotoba no nai sekai.
|Statement||by Tamura Ryūichi ; translated by Takako Uchino Lento.|
|LC Classifications||PL862.A474 K6813|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||79349611|
After years, all that would be left would be aluminum dishwasher parts, stainless steel cookware, and plastic handles. Not to mention that so many fishermen would be put out of work and not be payed. One suggestion was to only use sailboats instead of modern motorboats. Preferring Follett's spy thrillers, I would never have read this genre for pleasure.
The position required him to teach only one class in the spring semester, and he was free to travel and conduct research the rest of the year. But I'm harmless! Chapter 2 World without words book the order of nature is understood, that all life struggles for survival and is interconnected with the rest of life, it becomes clear that fishermen taking fish from the sea always had an impact on marine life. When fishermen try to catch one type of fish, others that are endangered could be killed in the process. Arefin followed the same sequence in the book, placing a single image on each page. Addressing his approach, Weisman said that eliminating the human element eliminated the "fear factor" that people are doing something wrong or that they will die; it is meant to be read as a fantasy, according to the author.
However, often my children just want me to get on and read, and I am also mindful of not interrupting the flow of the story too much. That planet, however, was settled by people, and its limited ecology was maintained by them, leading to its deterioration in the absence of human beings. Luckily, fish caught by bottom draggers tend to be more beat up and bruised. The later version, with words added by Briggs, features fewer pictures and loses some of its charm.
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This quote is what the whole book is about; the possible extinction of fish, why this could happen, and what we as humans can do about this.
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