12 edition of Lady with a spear found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QL31.C56 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||53005362|
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Dust jacket with light edge wear and chipping, now handsomely portrayed in a mylar jacket. Book below in VERY GOOD CONDITION, with light edge and corner wear, solidly bound, no interior marks in pages. 16 pages of black and white photos of the author spear fishing and in the islands. End papers have maps of the world. Spearfinger, or U'tlun'ta, is a figure in Cherokee legend that lived along the eastern side of Tennessee and western part of North Carolina. "U'tlun'ta" translates from Cherokee to "the one with pointed spear”, which refers to the sharp finger on her right hand. Sometimes, she was called Nûñ'yunu'ï, which means "Stone-dress". This name is from her stone-like skin.
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Eugenie Clark wrote "Lady with a Spear" over 50 years ago. When I was in my teens I took this book out of the local library and read it with fascination. The whole idea of being able to study underwater creatures appealed to me as it was another nook of the natural world only slightly better explored than the soil under our feet/5(7).
Lady With A Spear was a pleasure to read. It's a personal memoir of Eugenie Clarck's early studies in icthyology (fish) from a child watching at the aquarium through to University and PhD studies and her first trips to Micronesia and the Red Sea/5.
LADY WITH A SPEAR on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. LADY WITH A SPEARManufacturer: Harper & Row/Perennial Library. Eugenie Clark wrote "Lady with a Spear" over 50 years ago.
When Lady with a spear book was in my teens I took this book out of the local library and read it with fascination. The whole idea of being able to study underwater creatures appealed to me as it was another nook of the natural world only slightly better explored than the soil under our feet/5(6).
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Eugenie Clark. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. She wrote three best-selling books: Lady with a Spear (),The Lady and the Sharks () and The Desert Beneath the Sea (), a children’s book about a scientist researching the sandy bottom of the sea.
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Buy Lady with a spear. by Eugenie Clark online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Eugenie Clark wrote "Lady with a Spear" over 50 years ago. When I was in my teens I took this book out of the local library and read it with fascination.
The whole idea of being able to study underwater creatures appealed to me as it was another nook of the natural world only slightly better explored than the soil under our feet/5. A vivacious lady ichthyologist reviews her underwater experiences in effervescent style and makes a colorful report on an unusual career.
Finding her affinity for fish when very young, the author continued her course through Hunter College, the University of Michigan and many marine stations and museums, and her account includes fascinating facts on sea creatures encountered on assignments. Lady with a Spear by Eugenie Clark Memoir about her younger years, when Eugenie Clark as a budding marine biologist travelled the world's oceans to collect fishes for science.
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Lady with a spear. New York, Harper, . Clark authored two books, Lady with a Spear () and The Lady and the Sharks (), as well as over scientific articles. Clark was an avid supporter of marine conservation and many of her popular publications and public appearances focused on dispelling assumptions about shark behavior and intelligence in an effort to prevent the killing of sharks and encourage the preservation of marine Alma mater: Hunter College (B.A.), New York .Balsa, spear wielder and bodyguard, is a wandering warrior who has vowed to atone for eight deaths in her past by saving an equivalent number of lives.
On her journey, she saves Prince Chagum and is tasked with becoming his bodyguard. His own father, the Mikado, has ordered his : Fantasy.Ah! The perfect ending to a perfect book. The author, Louis de Wohl, considered The Spear the magnus opus of his literary career and although I haven’t read all of his books, of those I have read, this is far and away the best.
It was further helped by having read it during Holy Week; conversations and events heard during liturgical readings echoed in the unfolding drama of the book/5.