The Sound Of A Wild Snail Eating by Renee Raudman, Elisabeth Tova Bailey

In this contemplative memoir, a bedridden woman finds solace and profound lessons in the life of a wild snail that has taken up residence on her nightstand. As her own physical world shrinks due to a debilitating illness, the snail's simple, yet intricate existence offers her a unique perspective on the nature of survival, resilience, and the intricate balance of life. Through observations of the snail's habits and the parallels drawn between its life and human existence, the narrative weaves a rich tapestry that explores the wonder and beauty of nature, even in its smallest manifestations, and reflects on the healing power of the natural world.

The 8356th greatest book of all time


Published
2010
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
208
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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