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Richard Bach

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Born 1936, American author Richard Bach is a distant relative of Johann Sebastian Bach, the classical composer.

Known best as the creator of the hugely popular 1970s self-help, inspirational best-sellers Jonathan Livingston Seagull, "Illusions, The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah" and in in the 80s "The Bridge across Forever: A Love Story", his work shares his personal philosophy that our physical limits and mortality are illusory.

Well know for his love of flying and formerly a professional aviator, Bach has used flight and flying metaphorically in his writing.


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