"Callanish" by William Horwood
Callanish by William Horwood
Eagles were born to soar high, live in beautiful places and to be the rulers of the sky. But for some, this is not the case. Man has imprisoned these magnificent creatures in cages, preventing them from spreading their large wings and knowing the freedom and joy of owning the expansive sky. In Callanish, we don't just look at the eagles from an objective point of view, but instead, we become part of the eagles by seeing the way they see, by feeling the way they feel. We live their experience by joining them on the adventure and their quest for freedom.
- "Callanish" by William Horwood
- William Golding's "The Lord of the Flies"
- William Somerset Maugham "The Moon and the Sixpence"
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