Jonathan Livingston SeagullBook - 1970
More concerned with the dynamics of his flight than with gathering food, Jonathan is scorned by the other seagulls
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An allegory of one enlightened individual's spiritual progress through life, as depicted in the person of an anthropomorphized seagull.
Scorned by the other seagulls, Jonathan is more concerned with the dynamics of his flight than with gathering food.
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