5 edition of In a Grain of Sand found in the catalog.
In a Grain of Sand
September 12, 1986 by Random House, Inc. .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||176|
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"Sand grains have no souls, but they are reincarnated," writes geologist Raymond Siever in his book Sand. "Each cycle of deposition, burial, uplift and erosion renews the sand grains and rounds each grain a little more." The average time for this cycle is million : Penguin Publishing Group.
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The book tells the story of sand and the crucial. A wonderful book for those interested in seeing what individual grains of sand look like. The microphotography by Dr. Gary Greenberg is breathtaking. Grains of sand from around the world are shot in 3-D. Such colors and shapes are surprising.
This book is destined to be a conservation piece/5(). But due to the explosion in its uses and the increasing number and size of cities, sand is running out: the book is at its urgent best in chapters on the black market in sand and the sand mafias. William Blake famously wished “To See a World in a Grain of Sand”; in this book, pioneering researchers in granular matter explain the science hidden In a Grain of Sand book simple grains, shedding light on collective behavior in disordered settings in general.
Vince Beiser, the author of the surprisingly detailed new book The World in a Grain: The Story of Sand and How It Transformed Civilization, has delivered an inevitable warning cry to generations of citizens who historically seemed to have taken sand for granted Beiser never leans too heavily on what another author would presume to be the common reader’s ignorance of sand.3/4(6).
The World in a Grain is a chronicle of innovation and greed and heedless waste—in brief, the story of civilization.” —David Owen, author of Where the Water Goes “A riveting, wonderfully written investigation into the many kinds of castles the world has built out of sand.
By William Blake. To see a World in a Grain of Sand. And a Heaven in a Wild Flower. Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand. And Eternity in an hour. A Robin Red breast in a In a Grain of Sand book. Puts all Heaven in a Rage. A Dove house filld with Doves & Pigeons. Shudders Hell thr' all its regions.
A dog starvd at his Masters Gate. Predicts the ruin of the State. Books Vince’s first book, The World in a Grain: The Story of Sand and How It Transformed Civilization, was was a finalist for a PEN/E.O.
In a Grain of Sand book Award and a California Book Award, and has been translated into five languages. Wired magazine editor-in-chief Nick Thompson calls. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the A World in a Grain of Sand by Virginia Disney Connell at Barnes & Noble.
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The detailed history, geography, uses and actors involved shows how much sand. In his first book, journalist Beiser, whose work has appeared in Wired, Mother Jones, and elsewhere, has done his homework, and he delivers often surprising information about sand’s role from low tech to high (construction, glass, electronics) without neglecting the painful consequences of its skyrocketing production over the past century, which has made it a source of serious environmental damage.
A grain of sand- that which pesters you to no end when it enters your eye, but also creates a pearl of a tear in its wake. The story revolves around an Indian household and the Chokher Bali.
The prologue by Sreejata Guha is a very powerful one/5. The World in a Grain is the compelling true story of the hugely important and diminishing natural resource that grows more essential every day, and of the people who mine it, sell it, build with it–and sometimes, even kill for it.
It’s also a provocative examination of the serious human and environmental costs incurred by our dependence on sand, which has received little public attention. : To See a World in a Grain of Sand () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(35).
Every Grain of Sand is a sobering look at rock bottom and the climb back from the brink. This honest, nonjudgmental take on difficult topics like poverty, racism and attitudes towards marginalized groups like sex workers and gay men is the perfect time capsule of an era in Wichman’s life and in the LGBT history of San Francisco.
“Sand is about the most taken-for-granted natural resource in the world. Hardly anyone thinks about it—where it comes from or what we do to get it.” ~ Vince Beiser, The World in a Grain I took sand for granted until I read this book, which I finished today/5(66). "To see a world in a grain of sand, And a heaven in a wild flower.
To hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour." William Blake, "Auguries of Innocence" Here is the world viewed within a grain of sand, thanks to the stunning three-dimensional microphotogra /5(4).
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You'll find something new, and something fascinating, on every page. Life, in a Grain of Sand. By Geoff Le Pard. I now have 4 books and 2 anthologies of short fiction.
I once was a lawyer; I am now a writer. When I'm not writing and thinking about writing, I'm blogging (which is a sort of writing); I cook, I walk, I read (but not enough) and I walk some more.
The dog approves of my career choices. “The World in a Grain is nothing less than one of the best reporters working today unpacking the literal foundations of civilization.
Everything we are, everywhere we live, is built on or out of sand, and Vince Beiser tells the best story of where that sand comes from, who moves it, and what they build from it. Vince Beiser, the author of the surprisingly detailed new book The World in a Grain: The Story of Sand and How It Transformed Civilization, has delivered an inevitable warning cry to generations of citizens who historically seemed to have taken sand for granted Beiser never leans too heavily on what another author would presume to be the common reader’s ignorance of sand.
Book review: The World in a Grain of Sand Back to video $37, pages The opening chapter of this book by Los Angeles-based, Vancouver-raiser freelance journalist Beiser is Author: Stuart Derdeyn. The World in a Grain is a chronicle of innovation and greed and heedless waste--in brief, the story of civilization." --David Owen, author of Where the Water Goes "A riveting, wonderfully written investigation into the many kinds of castles the world has built out of sand/5().
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It Is The Story Of The Rich, Flamboyant Mahendra And His Simple. “ The World in a Grain: The Story of Sand and How It Transformed Civilization “, written by Vince Beiser, published by Riverhead Books in August (hardback, pages) The first part of the book is a short history of science and modern civilisation.
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