|Author:||Tavia Gilbert,Annie Dillard|
|Subcategory:||Nature & Ecology|
|Publisher:||Blackstone Audio, Inc.; Unabridged library edition (April 1, 2009)|
|Category:||Math and Science|
|Other formats:||doc lit lrf lrf|
Pilgrim at Tinker Creek is a 1974 nonfiction narrative book by American author Annie Dillard.
Pilgrim at Tinker Creek is a 1974 nonfiction narrative book by American author Annie Dillard. Told from a first-person point of view, the book details an unnamed narrator's explorations near her home, and various contemplations on nature and life. The title refers to Tinker Creek, which is outside Roanoke in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. Dillard began writing Pilgrim in the spring of 1973, using her personal journals as inspiration
Pilgrim at Tinker Creek. Annie Dillard (Author), Tavia Gilbert (Narrator), Inc. Blackstone Audio (Publisher).
Pilgrim at Tinker Creek. Get this audiobook plus a second, free. The majority find it spellbindingly beautiful, a work of poetry, and well deserving of the 1975 Pulitzer Prize it was awarded. A small, vocal group insist it's mind-numbingly dull, with no plot and no resolution.
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Pilgrim at Tinker Creek book. Annie Dillard may well have written Pilgrim at Tinker Creek and designed it to be about theology or theodicy, and to her it may be a treatise on those themes. I live by a creek, Tinker Creek, in a valley in Virginia’s Blue Ridge. An anchorite’s hermitage is called an anchor-hold; some anchor-holds were simple sheds clamped to the side of a church like a barnacle to a rock. I think of this house clamped to the side of Tinker Creek as an anchor-hold. It holds me at anchor to the rock bottom of the creek itself and it keeps me steadied in the current, as a sea anchor does, facing the stream of light pouring down. It’s a good place to live; there’s a lot to think about.
Annie Dillard has written eleven books, including the memoir of her parents, An American Childhood; the Northwest pioneer epic The Living; and the nonfiction narrative Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
Annie Dillard has written eleven books, including the memoir of her parents, An American Childhood; the Northwest pioneer epic The Living; and the nonfiction narrative Pilgrim at Tinker Creek. A gregarious recluse, she is a member of the American Academy. The Annie Dillard Reader. More than ever, American industry- especially the semiconductor industry- is using statistical. Pilgrim at Tinker Creek. 09 MB·107 Downloads·New! Pilgrim at Tinker Creek is the story of a dramatic year in Virginia's Blue Ridge valley. 06 MB·70,034 Downloads·New!
In this classic of literary nonfiction, Annie Dillard takes us through a year of on-foot explorations through her .
In this classic of literary nonfiction, Annie Dillard takes us through a year of on-foot explorations through her own landscape, bringing anecdotes, curiosities, and insights about all she observes and experiences. In the summer, she stalks muskrats in the creek and thinks about wave mechanics; in the fall, she watches a monarch butterfly migration and dreams of Arctic caribou. She tries to con a coot, unties a snakeskin, witnesses a flood, and plays "King of the Meadow" with a field of grasshoppers.
Pilgrim at Tinker Creek - Annie Dillard. The creeks-Tinker and Carvin’s-are an active mystery, fresh every minute.
In the book which won her a Pulitzer Prize in 1975, Dillard writes in the form of a journal, trying to understand God by chronicling the seasons along Tinker Creek in Virginias Blue Ridge Mountains, and by exploring the paradoxical coexistence of beauty and violence.
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