P3 art and environment


The Starship and the Canoe
By Kenneth Brower
Translated by Takashi Serizawa

A father dreams of a gigantic spaceship that can travel the universe. A son dreams of creating a large canoe that can travel the ocean. The father is world-renown physicist George Dyson, who participated in a space colony project. The son is ecologist George Dyson, who ran away from home when he was seventeen and lives alone in a tree house on Canada's west coast. The book is a unique and beautiful account of a father and son whose lives diverge. The diversity of nature and the people of the earth emerge from the pages.

Japanese paperback edition published: June 1988
420 pages
Price: 998 yen (950 yen plus tax)

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