I’d like to explore the various obvious and also subtle elements of Chris Hadfield’s autobiography "An Astronauts Guide to Life on Earth." Since the book is obviously from the point of view of an astronaut, I would like to explore the themes he mentions from the POV of a regular person and what his statements can mean for a life that isn’t destined for the stars.
Most of Hadfield's autobiography is geared toward the "regular person" and he is often quite obvious about that. Try to focus of the more subtle interpretations rather than the obvious. – Natalie Sheppard6 years ago
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