Diane Ackerman Biography
Diane Ackerman is born on October 7, 1948. She is an American poet, essayist, and naturalist. Then she is known for her wide-ranging curiosity. Then her poetic explorations of the natural world.
Diane Ackerman Age
She has an age of 70 years old. Diane is born on October 7, 1948.
Diane Ackerman Education
There Ackerman received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Pennsylvania State University. Then with a Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts and Ph.D. from Cornell University. Among the members of her dissertation committee was Carl Sagan, an astronomer. The creator of the Cosmos television series. Then She has taught at a number of universities. including Columbia and Cornell.
Diane Ackerman Career
Her essays have appeared in The New York Times and many other journals. Diane research has taken her to such diverse locales as Mata Atlantic in Brazil. In 1986.she was a semi-finalist for NASA’s Journalist-in-Space Project. Then this program was cancelled after the Space Shuttle Challenger. She carrying Christa McAuliffe as a payload specialist with the Teacher in Space Project disaster. A molecule has been named after her—dianeackerone—a crocodilian sex pheromone.
Diane Ackerman Books
- The Zookeeper’s Wife.
- The Human Age: The World Shaped by Us.
- One Hundred Names For Love: A Stroke, a Marriage.
- A natural history of love.
- Deep play.
- An Alchemy of Mind.
- The moon by whale light.
- A slender thread.
- Cultivating Delight Diane Ackerman.
- The Rarest of the Rare Diane Ackerman.
- Jaguar of sweet laughter.
- Dawn Light: Dancing with Cranes and Other Ways to Start the Day.
- I Praise My Destroyer.
- On extended wings
- Origami Bridges Diane Ackerman
- The Planets: A Cosmic Pastoral
- Wife of light
Diane Ackerman Quotes
“It began in mystery, and it will end in mystery, but what a savage and beautiful country lies in between. The Words are small shapes in the gorgeous chaos of the world. Then In our heart, we know that life loves life. Yet we feast on some of the other life-forms with which we share our planet; we kill to live. Taste is what carries us across that rocky moral terrain, which makes the horror palatable, and the paradox we could not defend by reason melts into a jungle of sweet temptations.
For me, life offers so many complexly appealing moments that two beautiful objects may be equally beautiful for different reasons and at different times. How can one choose?. Furthermore, life becomes background, but it is the province of art to throw buckets of light into the shadows and make life a new again. Much of life becomes background, but it is the province of art to throw buckets of light into the shadows and make life a new again.
Music, the perfume of hearing, probably began as a religious act, to arouse groups of people. Nature rarely wastes a winning strategy. Then senses don’t just make sense of life in bold or subtle acts of clarity, they tear reality apart into vibrant morsels and reassemble them into a meaningful pattern.
Diane Ackerman Poems
- I PRAISE MY DESTROYER.
- REVERSE THUNDER.
- JAGUAR OF SWEET LAUGHTER.
- A Cosmic Pastoral.
- WIFE OF LIGHT.
- LADY FAUSTUS.
Diane Ackerman Zookeeper’s wife
She explains. It was a war story.that the Zookeeper’s wife is strange. Then historically true story of WWII. It reveals the extraordinary efforts of Jan and Antonina Zabinski. Whereby Christian zookeepers horrified by Nazi racism. Then who capitalized on the Nazis’ obsession with pureblood animals in order to save over 300 doomed. The people by hiding them in the bombed-out cages at the Warsaw Zoo. They had A tale of people, animals, and subversive acts of compassion.
The wife is a groundbreaking work of nonfiction. Whereby in which the human relationship to nature. She is explored in an absolutely original way by looking at the Holocaust. Furthermore for a few years ago, ‘nature’ writers were asking themselves. How can a book be at the same time a work of art?. How an act of conscientious objection to the destruction of the world. And also an affirmation of hope in human agency.
Diane Ackerman Husband
Diane was married by Paul Norden West. They had married in 1963. He was a British-born American novelist, poet, and essayist. He was born in Eckington. The Derbyshire in England to Alfred and Mildred West. Then Before his death, he resided in Ithaca, New York. He was with his wife Diane Ackerman, a writer, poet, and naturalist. Then the West is the author of more than 50 books.
Diane Ackerman Net Worth
She has a net worth 2 million. Diane salary income in her career. she earns in poet, novelist. Ackerman lives luxuries and a comfortable life.