READ AUDIOBOOK Æ La torcia - by Jill Paton Walsh Francesca Cavattoni #2020


  • Title: La torcia
  • Author: Jill Paton Walsh Francesca Cavattoni
  • ISBN: 9788804338604
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback

  • La torcia By Jill Paton Walsh Francesca Cavattoni In una Grecia primitiva, la cui vita ruota attorno ai mitici giochi di Olim, un gruppo di ragazzi in fuga porta con s una magica torcia, eredit dei tempi in cui le immagini volavano e le scatole parlavano e cantavano dei nostri tempi, insomma, perch la storia si svolge in un futuro in cui la tecnologia andata perduta e l umanit tornata a vivere come ai tempi remIn una Grecia primitiva, la cui vita ruota attorno ai mitici giochi di Olim, un gruppo di ragazzi in fuga porta con s una magica torcia, eredit dei tempi in cui le immagini volavano e le scatole parlavano e cantavano dei nostri tempi, insomma, perch la storia si svolge in un futuro in cui la tecnologia andata perduta e l umanit tornata a vivere come ai tempi remoti degli eroi greci Cercando il luogo dove la torcia torner a risplendere, i fuggitivi percorrono l Europa e le coste africane, tra mille incredibili incontri, correndo terribili pericoli ma qual il segreto della sacra fiamma, e chi, fra tutti, sar capace di accenderla di nuovo
    Jill Paton Walsh Francesca Cavattoni
    Jill Paton Walsh was born Gillian Bliss in London on April 29th, 1937 She was educated at St Michael s Convent, North Finchley, and at St Anne s College, Oxford From 1959 to 1962 she taught English at Enfield Girls Grammar School Jill Paton Walsh has won the Book World Festival Award, 1970, for Fireweed the Whitbread Prize, 1974 for a Children s novel for The Emperor s Winding Sheet The Boston Globe Horn Book Award 1976 for Unleaving The Universe Prize, 1984 for A Parcel of Patterns and the Smarties Grand Prix, 1984, for Gaffer Samson s Luck.Series Imogen Quy Lord Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane

    La torcia By Jill Paton Walsh Francesca Cavattoni

    Commentaires:

    Adrielle
    I read this book because I need to teach it to my year 9 students and it turns out that I really enjoyed it It poses some questions that have the potential to change your outlook on life in general, especially in terms of tecnological advances What would happen if we had nothing else to invent or create It puts life in perspective in a sense.This book looks at a world that has regressed due to having done everything before and ruined life as we know it because of that The tourch is of course the [...]

    Laura
    I read this when I was 13, and it was the first time that I had encountered the idea that the future might not always mean forward progress, that there may be a limit to how far humanity can go before we regress This really, really got inside my head, and to some extent it has changed how I view the future.For the past 6 years I have been searching for this book, unable to recall the title or author Now I ve finally connected the story I remember with this book, and am the happy owner of a copy [...]

    Heather Stanley
    This was a book I remembered reading as a child over 25 years ago, but had no recollection of finishing it, so I assumed I didn t I have thought about it on and off since then and the Olympics this year reminded me of it and so I sought it out The prose is interesting and engaging I had forgotten it was set in a postapocalytpic future and had it pegged as an historic novel.I was glad I found it and glad to finish it although it didn t finish as expected which I loved about it.

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