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Jo Venes Venes itibaren Swinscoe, Ashbourne, Staffordshire DE6, İngiltere itibaren Swinscoe, Ashbourne, Staffordshire DE6, İngiltere

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Jo Venes Venes itibaren Swinscoe, Ashbourne, Staffordshire DE6, İngiltere

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Keşke bu kitap daha uzun sürsün. Tüm bu büyük yönetmenin kafalarında gerçekten ilginç bir yolculuktu. Aslında teknik kararlarını, sürgünlere hazırlanma konusundaki fikirlerini inceler. Film yapımcıları tarafından okuduğum en alakalı bilgileri çok seviyorum. Çoğu zaman teoriden daha fazlasına giren bu kitapların, Columbia'da film dersleri öğreten, daha önce hiç duymadığınız ve neden tavsiyelerini almanız gerektiğinden emin olmayan bazı pislikler tarafından yazıldığı anlaşılıyor. . Bu kitabın güzel bir karışımı var. Her ikisi de hayran olduğum film yapımcıları tarafından yapıldı ve normalde bu tür şeylerde bulunan dolgu maddelerini uçurmuyor ...

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It was okay. I'm not big on fantasy and I'm not dying to read the next one, but I did enjoy reading this one.

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Ahhhh...Michael Pollan, how do I love thee? I can't possibly recommend any of Pollan's books with enough emphasis. He has good ideas, a clear and pleasant writing style, is thought provoking, funny, and real. He really want to draw you into his book, making it into less of a one-sided thing -- he writes/you read -- and more into a conversation of thoughts. At least that is my interpretation and the feeling I come away with after one of his excellent books. Second Nature is one of his older works (1991). He uses his experiences in his garden, his experiments, triumphs, failures, projects, and musings to look at the Garden as the intersection of Nature and Culture. He makes such a good case that I felt proud and righteous thinking of all the hard work we do on our small plot of land to garden it. I learned a lot about gardening basics. I learned more about American attitudes to gardens, lawns, and nature. It was awesome. The chapter "The Idea of a Garden" (chapter 10) should be required reading for each and every environmentalist and/or eco-terrorist. And it should be required reading for you too. Really, anyone who loves the land, has turned a spade of compost, sighed over a seed catalog, or simply had a small flower on the windowsill of a cramped apartment should read this book. It has the potential to change the way you look at the 'natural' and 'cultivated' gardens of the world -- including your own.