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Tomorrow the cosmos von Bogard, John (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 11.07.2016
  • Verlag: Books on Demand
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Tomorrow the cosmos

Spaceship Earth arrives at a vital junction. Tearing each other or pretending to ignore each other, its main passengers , the humans, damage its mechanism and waste its resources. Threatened in its very existence, the human race that dwells on this planet much find a new direction. In this book, John Bogard shows why doctrines and confrontations have no place in the programme of measures that must be urgently applied to planet Earth, and explains how, after erasing the causes of destructions , injustice, and madness, we may manage to avoid chaos to re-join the cosmos. Born in 1950 in the North-Eastern region of Lorraine in France , John Bogard graduated from the University of Nancy-France, taught languages for several years in France and Great-Britain, as well as in Trinidad, Caribbean, where his wife originates from, and where he lived for about 12 years before he became a resident in Birmingham-England in 1996, where he worked in hotel management and still live nowadays. In 1978, while still in France, he finished his first book, 'TOMORROW THE COSMOS', which was published in French by La Pensée Universelle, then translated into English by himself .His revised edition was completed in 2015. In 1998, he finished writing his second book 'THE MESSAGE FROM THE COSMOS' , which he also translated into French. Several of his bilingual poems ,written either in French or in English, and translated by himself, have been gathered in his collection entitled PESPECTIVES. His latest book 'THE HANDIES AND THE BELLIES' has also recently been translated into French by himself.


    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: watermark
    Seitenzahl: 120
    Erscheinungsdatum: 11.07.2016
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9782322020096
    Verlag: Books on Demand
    Größe: 394kBytes
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