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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|14 AIDS occupies such a large part in our awareness because of what it has |
been taken to represent. It seems the ... SUSAN SONTAG (b. l«3), U.S. essayist.
AIDS and ... 6 The aeroplane has unveiled tor us the true face of the earth.
|The aeroplane has unveiled for us the true face of the earth. —Antoine de Saint-|
Exup6ry 1 A face caught on my shoe. A human face, with a seal brown mustache
and a keyboard of strong yellow teeth, was snagged by the toe of my brogan.
|These palms beneath the plane are so many poisonous flowers.' [p. 21] 'The |
aeroplane is a machine, no doubt, but what an instrument of analysis! This
instrument has unveiled for us the true face of the earth. For centuries, highways
had been ...
|The aeroplane has unveiled for us the true face of the earth. —ANTONIE DE |
SAINT-EXUPERYl he engine howl of the A-5 Vigilante and the helmeted pilots
who emerged from its cockpit preoccupied my senses for days. I can laugh, now,
yet at ...
|When Antoine de St-Exupéry said, with typical hauteur, 'the aeroplane has |
unveiled for us the true face of the earth', he meant the vastnesses of the Sahara,
the rippling oceans he saw beneath him, against which human habitation was a ...
|CHAPTER 12 Everything I Need to Know The aeroplane has unveiled for us the |
true face of the earth. Antoine de Saint-Exupe'ry, 1900—1944 Winged Wisdom
02 If you are a pilot, smile at your crew chief; it makes him think you know what
Carol A. Dingle - 2000 - 192 pages
|Aviator, Writer The aeroplane has unveiled for us the true face of the earth. What |
was my body to me? A kind of flunkey in my service. Let but my anger wax hot,
my love grow exalted, my hatred collect in me, and that boasted solidarity
|Aerodynamics and the Progress of the American Airplane James R. Hansen ... it |
has transformed society in countless fundamental ways and shaped the way
people everywhere relate to the world ... Le Petit Prince author Antoine de Saint
Exupéry (1900-44) wrote that the airplane "unveiled for us the true face of the
|Finally, technologies would show us how things really are. As he noted in wonder |
and awe, "The airplane has unveiled for us the true face of the earth" (ibid.:62). In
contrast, political scientist and theologian Jacques Ellul (1912-1994), in his ...
Alastair Gordon - 2008 - 305 pages
|These were common enough observations during the early period of flight, but |
they signaled a profound change in perception.2 “The airplane has unveiled for
us the true face of the earth,” wrote Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.3 The pilot's view ...