3 edition of A week at the airport found in the catalog.
A week at the airport
Alain de Botton
|Statement||Alain de Botton ; photographs by Richard Baker.|
|LC Classifications||HE9797.5.G72 L625 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||2009674534|
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For anyone who has not yet entered De Botton's philosophical world via his writings, A Week at the Airport is short enough, at a little over pages, and put together so nicely (the author has a skilled and touching turn of phrase, deployed as needed), that it's the perfect gateway into his longer and deeper works/5(80).
A Week at the Airport: A Heathrow Diary, Alain de Botton In the summer ofAlain de Botton was installed in the middle of Heathrow's Terminal Five on a raised platform with a laptop connected to screens, enabling passengers to see what he was writing and to come and share their stories/5.
Lavishly illustrated in color by renowned photographer Richard Baker, A Week at the Airport reveals the airport in all its turbulence and soullessness and—yes—even beauty.4/5(22). For anyone who has not yet entered De Botton's philosophical world via his writings, A Week at the Airport is short enough, at a little over pages, and put together so nicely (the author has a skilled and A week at the airport book turn of phrase, deployed as needed), that /5(85).
A week at the airport. [Alain De Botton] -- From the bestselling author of "The Art of Travel" comes a wittily intriguing exploration of that strange "non-place"--The airport-- that he believes is the imaginative center of our civilization.
Lavishly illustrated in color by renowned photographer Richard Baker, A Week at the Airport reveals the airport in all its turbulence and soullessness and—yes—even beauty.
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On the top of it, an information about an individual carrying a bomb to blast a plane takes away the ground of the feet of all those involved.4/5(). Lavishly illustrated in color by renowned photographer Richard Baker, A Week at the Airport reveals the airport in all its turbulence and soullessness and—yes—even beauty.
Also by Alain De Botton See all books by Alain De Botton. For anyone who has not yet entered De Botton's philosophical world via his writings, A Week at the Airport is short enough, at a little over pages, and put together so nicely (the author has a skilled and touching turn of phrase, deployed as needed), that /5.
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In a book that is as intriguing as it is useful and entertaining, we follow a family on its way through the complexities of a modern-day airport. From checking bags and watching them disappear on the mysterious conveyor belt, to security clearance and a seemingly.
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A Week at the Airport We all spend longer than we would like waiting around in airports, but we rarely discover anything about our fellow travellers or those who work there.
In the summer ofhowever, Alain de Botton was given unprecedented, unrestricted access to wander around Heathrow, one of the world’s biggest airports, having been appointed its Writer-in-Residence. Read more. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The book presents an overview of the operations of a major commercial airport, much of which is still applicable over 40 years later.
Several major and minor characters appear, illustrating the vast complexity of the airport and its operations, including customs officers, lawyers, airport police, doctors, clerks, snow. A Week at the Airport is sure to delight de Botton's large following, and anyone interested in the stories behind the way we live.
About the author. Alain de Botton is the bestselling author of books on the philosophy of subjects including love, travel and status. If you haven’t read Mr. de Botton’s work, “A Week in the Airport” is a good place to start.
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It’s in pretty large part about a. The bestselling author of The Architecture of Happiness and The Art of Travel spends a week at an airport in a wittily intriguing meditation on the "non-place" that he believes is the centre of our civilization. In the summer ofAlain de Botton was invited by the owners of Heathrow airport to become their first ever s: