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A Crystal Age

By: W. H. Hudson
Published By: Double9 Books
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"A Crystal Ag?, " writt?n by W. H. Hudson, is a r?markabl? and visionary work of sp?culativ? fiction that transports r?ad?rs to a distant and utopian futur?. Publish?d in 1887, th? nov?l introduc?s us to a world wh?r? humanity has ?volv?d b?yond its curr?nt stat? of ?xist?nc?, achi?ving a harmonious and idyllic soci?ty. Hudson's narrativ? begins with th? protagonist, a 19th-c?ntury man, who stumbl?s upon an anci?nt, crystallin? cav?rn that s?rv?s as a portal to this utopian ag?. As h? ?nt?rs this n?w world, h? is astound?d by th? transformation of human soci?ty. Gon? ar? th? struggl?s, conflicts, and mat?rialism of his own tim?. In th?ir plac?, h? finds a peaceful, agrarian soci?ty living in harmony with natur?. Th? Crystal Ag?, as d?scrib?d by Hudson, is a tim? of ?nlight?nm?nt and wisdom. P?opl? liv? communally, sharing r?sourc?s and r?sponsibiliti?s. Th?y hav? d?v?lop?d t?l?pathic abiliti?s, ?liminating th? n??d for spok?n languag?, and hav? ?mbrac?d a d??p conn?ction with th? natural world. Th? nov?l ?xplor?s th?m?s of social ?volution, ?nvironm?ntalism, and th? pot?ntial for humanity to transc?nd its curr?nt limitations. Hudson's writing is mark?d by its po?tic and philosophical d?pth, off?ring r?ad?rs a captivating and thought-provoking glimps? into an id?aliz?d futur?.

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W. H. Hudson

W. H. Hudson was a British biologist, ornithologist, and author who lived from 1841 to 1922. Hudson, who was born in Argentina to British parents, spent a large portion of his youth travelling and learning about the flora and animals of South America. In his early twenties, he came to England and took a job as a clerk. Despite this, he continued to write about nature and in 1892, "The Naturalist in La Plata," his first book, was published. After that, Hudson published numerous other books about the natural environment, including "British Birds" and "Idle Days in Patagonia." He is most well-known, however, for his books, including "Green Mansions" and "The Purple Land," which merged his love of the outdoors with his prowess as a writer. The grandeur and mystique of the wilderness were beautifully and evocatively captured in Hudson's writing, which was praised for its in-depth and evocative depictions of the natural environment. He was also a forerunner in the conservation movement and a proponent of preserving endangered species' habitats. Despite his contributions to literature and conservation, Hudson experienced sorrow and hardship in his personal life. He struggled with depression, had money problems, and sadly lost his wife and two children. Nevertheless, readers and admirers of literature and the outdoors continue to read and appreciate his writing.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 142Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359326801
  • ISBN-13:9789359326801
  • Item Weight: 213g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 8.21mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Science / General