- Author:Howard McCord
- Publisher:McPherson & Co; 1st edition (April 1, 1997)
- Pages:128 pages
- Subcategory:United States
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McCord makes us walk on the ridge with his anti-hero and the higher the walker gets, the deeper the reader falls, taken by. .Howard Mccord was my prof for several of my writing classes at Bowling Green State University
McCord makes us walk on the ridge with his anti-hero and the higher the walker gets, the deeper the reader falls, taken by vertigo and shot by words. Howard Mccord was my prof for several of my writing classes at Bowling Green State University. He was always a good prof and I'm returning the thoughts, and I liked the book too.
So you’re with him, walking to the Moon and he sounds like a wilderness enthusiast, a sort of.I have to thank Gallmeister for publishing McCord in France. They are a small French publisher specialised in American literature. They pick books set in the Western states of the country.
So you’re with him, walking to the Moon and he sounds like a wilderness enthusiast, a sort of walking Thoreau. He leads a frugal life, limits his interactions with the world to a minimum and enjoys his solitude. Slowly, as you spend time in Gasper’s head, you start realising that something is rotten in Gasper’s state of mind. First, he uses his container in Stern to keep guns and rifles; the man is fond of rifles.
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Gasper, who has nothing but the most ordinary, though singleminded, personality, walks one mountain in particular: The Moon
Gasper, who has nothing but the most ordinary, though singleminded, personality, walks one mountain in particular: The Moon. As he relates with a sharp-honed style the story of what happens on that mountain, menace and dread ever so gradually take hold, until at last the reader discovers who this man really is.
The Man Who Walked to The Moon: A Novella . Joining the fictional investigations of masculine prowess by Jim Harrison, Paul Bowles, and Thomas McGuane, there now comes this extraordinary evocation of the twin wildernesses of amorality–the natural and the human. The setting is the Steen mountains in Nevada. In this entrancingly brief novel, Howard McCord has written an eerily exacting portrait of a psyche as old as myth and as new as every politician’s nightmare. 0178X/?tag prabook0b-20.
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Twelve people have walked on Earth's Moon, starting with Neil Armstrong and ending with Gene Cernan. All crewed lunar landings took place between July 1969 and December 1972 as part of the United States Apollo program. All twelve people who have walked on the Moon are American. Alan Shepard was the oldest person to walk on the Moon, at age 47 years and 80 days. Charles Duke was the youngest, at age 36 years and 201 days.
Armstrong was selected to be the first man to walk on the moon, as the . He also wrote a book with former cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, Two Sides of the Moon: Our Story of the Cold War Space Race.
Armstrong was selected to be the first man to walk on the moon, as the Apollo 11 mission was planned, for several reasons: he was the commander of the mission, he didn't have a big ego, and the door of the lunar lander was on his side. Although the first steps on the moon are what he will always be known for, Armstrong considered the mission's biggest accomplishment was landing the lunar module. Alan Shepard was a bona-fide space pioneer who cemented his spot in history long before the Apollo program. David Scott is 87 years old.
McCord is the author of over three dozen books and has given readings from his work at more than two hundred universities. His Complete Poems were published by Bloody Twin Press in 2002 and Swamp Songs & Tales, Muncie:Mississinewa Press, 2007.