Part One Most seagulls only care about one thing—eating. Jonathan is not an ordinary seagull, though, and above all else he cares about flying.
To him, the most important thing is to fly quickly. By the end of the story, Jonathan not only flies at previously unheard of speeds but also overcomes time as a tangible entity; he learns how to travel anywhere and to any time he wants.
Jonathan does not want to live the same way as the rest of his flock. After a few days of practice, Jonathan breaks the world speed record for seagulls, which was ninety miles per hour.
He soon makes a mistake and lands in an explosion, crashing into the sea. He wishes for death at this point. Feeling pity for himself, he gives up his pursuit of speed, but the uncontrollable desire to fly fast wells up within his soul. He flies at night, causing a breakthrough realization: He soon reaches a speed of two hundred miles per hour, a speed he experiences as power, joy, and pure beauty.
Jonathan shows the other gulls his accomplishment, but he is ostracized by the Elder and immediately banished to the Far Cliffs.
He lives a long and happy, yet remote, life as Outcast until two angelic seagulls escort him to heaven, then leave him to discover his new life.
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Jonathan Livingston Seagull, written by Richard Bach, and illustrated by Russell Munson is a fable in novella form about a seagull who is trying to learn about life and flight, and a homily about self-perfection. Bach wrote it as a series of short stories that were published in a soaring magazine in the late s.
It was first published in book form in , and by the end of over a Publisher: Macmillan.
This page guide for “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” by Richard Bach includes detailed chapter summaries and analysis covering 3 parts, as well as several more in-depth sections of expert-written literary analysis. Richard Bach Jonathan Livingston Seagull.
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