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Gabriel's Eye - A Novel - Smith, C. W
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2006, ISBN: 9780970152503

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Washington, DC: The International Hajji Baba Society, Inc, 1975. Paperback. VG+ but with loose fep and ex-lib. stamp and sticker on back cover. No other marks.. Tan card wraps with red carpet design and lettering. Unpaginated with approx. 110 pp. and bw images throughout. Catalogue from the 1975 Christmas Exhibition of the International Hajji Baba Society, Inc. Included are an introduction about Ersari history and the 3 types of rugs: Beshir, Afghan and Kizil Ayak; a bibliography, the gallery of rugs exhibited and a map of Turkoman country. Although the title mentions rugs, there are many examples of camel bags and trappings, saddle bags (for horses/donkeys), tent pole covers, and other decorative weavings used in everyday life. Even in b/w, this is a lovely catalogue and an excellent resource for anyone who collects or is otherwise interested in these kinds of textiles., The International Hajji Baba Society, Inc, 1975, Houston, Texas, U.S.A.: Winedale Publishing Co., 2001. First Edition . Hardcover. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Dust Jacket Design By D.J. Stout and Julie Savasky, Pentagram Design, Dust Jacket Art By Sondro Botticelli, ' Annunciation' , 1489; Book Design By Harriet Correll. First printing of the Winedale hardcover edition of Smith's seventh novel. viii, 344pp. Black quarter-cloth, dark gray paper boards, gilt spine lettering, cream endpapers. Dust jacket is unpriced. Signed by Author to half-title page. Book is in fine, tight, unread condition; dust jacket is very bright, crisp and fully intact. No remainder markings. C.W. Smith is the 2006 Dedman Family Distinguished Professor and teaches in the creative writing program at Southern Methodist University. He has twice received the Jesse H. Jones Novel Award from the Texas Institute of Letters [for 'Thin Men of Haddam'(1973) and 'Understanding Women' (1998)]; the Southwestern Library Association Award for Best Novel; the Dobie-Paisano Creative Writing Fellowship from the University of Texas; National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowships in 1976 and 1990. " With compelling insight, 'Gabriel's Eye' exposes the architecture of the human heart in all its vulnerability and power. psychological acuity and deep feeling, 'Gabriel's Eye' moves and disturbs as it reveals the ways in which human beings rationalize the most irrational acts. At twenty-eight, Susan is the kind of teacher every student falls for; in one way or another. She's beautiful, kind, sympathetic-and she teaches art, where her creative approach and candor have endeared her to all, Her personal life is something else, however; as her biological clock ticks on and boyfriend Curt shows no signs of wanting marriage, and even less of wanting children. When seventeen-year-old transfer student Jeff Robbins walks into her art club meeting one night, Susan is transfixed by his good looks, palpable shyness and obvious admiration. With compelling insight, 'Gabriel's Eye' exposes the architecture of the human heart in all its vulnerability and power Never has Smith created a more sympathetic young man than Jeff, deeply infatuated, forced by circumstance into a nurturing role at home, disturbingly at risk from the intensity of his emotions. What may be more surprising, howeven is the author's stunning ability to inhabit the skin of Susan, a young woman whose loss of a moral compass sets off a chain of events the conclusion of which she cannot foresee. Interwoven throughout the story is 'The Annunciation', the subject of Susan's long overdue art history thesis, as it mutates from a deconstructed image of the disguises worn by sexual passion to a symbol of reproach rising from deep within her much denied Catholic past. A beautifully written work of psychological acuity and deep feeling, 'Gabriel's Eye' moves and disturbs as it reveals the ways in which human beings rationalize the most irrational acts." - dust jacket front flap. "Smith pulls the reader into a world of sexual longing and psychological introspection in this plainspoken but complex tale. The plot will catch the attention of anyone captivated by current headlines: Jeff, a 17-year-old boy, and Susan, his beautiful 28-year-old art teacher, develop a relationship that turns romantic and ends in tragedy. Jeff is a new student at the high school in Dallas where Susan teaches. When he slides shyly into a meeting of her after-school art club, she takes note: his awkwardness doesn't seem to match his preppy good looks. A shared ride home is the first in a series of increasingly flirtatious encounters. Susan offers to give Jeff private art lessons; she invites all her art students to a party at her apartment. Insecurity and her dissatisfaction with her live-in lover, Curt, push Susan into an ill-advised intimacy with Jeff; stumbling down the slippery slope of infatuation, she finds herself going much further than she ever intended. Just as Susan is ruing her rash behavior, a prank masterminded by one of Jeff's friends blows the lovers' cover and forces a desperate Jeff to act. Smith deserves kudos for her unflinchingly honest character portraits: Jeff is an inarticulate teenager, sensitive to peer pressure and obsessed with sex; S, Winedale Publishing Co., 2001

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2006, ISBN: 9780970152503

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Houston, Texas, U.S.A.: Winedale Publishing Co., 2001. First Edition . Hardcover. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Dust Jacket Design By D.J. Stout and Julie Savasky, Pentagram Design, Dust Jacket Art By Sondro Botticelli, ' Annunciation' , 1489; Book Design By Harriet Correll. First printing of the Winedale hardcover edition of Smith's seventh novel. viii, 344pp. Black quarter-cloth, dark gray paper boards, gilt spine lettering, cream endpapers. Dust jacket is unpriced. Signed by Author to half-title page. Book is in fine, tight, unread condition; dust jacket is very bright, crisp and fully intact. No remainder markings. C.W. Smith is the 2006 Dedman Family Distinguished Professor and teaches in the creative writing program at Southern Methodist University. He has twice received the Jesse H. Jones Novel Award from the Texas Institute of Letters [for 'Thin Men of Haddam'(1973) and 'Understanding Women' (1998)]; the Southwestern Library Association Award for Best Novel; the Dobie-Paisano Creative Writing Fellowship from the University of Texas; National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowships in 1976 and 1990. " With compelling insight, 'Gabriel's Eye' exposes the architecture of the human heart in all its vulnerability and power. psychological acuity and deep feeling, 'Gabriel's Eye' moves and disturbs as it reveals the ways in which human beings rationalize the most irrational acts. At twenty-eight, Susan is the kind of teacher every student falls for; in one way or another. She's beautiful, kind, sympathetic-and she teaches art, where her creative approach and candor have endeared her to all, Her personal life is something else, however; as her biological clock ticks on and boyfriend Curt shows no signs of wanting marriage, and even less of wanting children. When seventeen-year-old transfer student Jeff Robbins walks into her art club meeting one night, Susan is transfixed by his good looks, palpable shyness and obvious admiration. With compelling insight, 'Gabriel's Eye' exposes the architecture of the human heart in all its vulnerability and power Never has Smith created a more sympathetic young man than Jeff, deeply infatuated, forced by circumstance into a nurturing role at home, disturbingly at risk from the intensity of his emotions. What may be more surprising, howeven is the author's stunning ability to inhabit the skin of Susan, a young woman whose loss of a moral compass sets off a chain of events the conclusion of which she cannot foresee. Interwoven throughout the story is 'The Annunciation', the subject of Susan's long overdue art history thesis, as it mutates from a deconstructed image of the disguises worn by sexual passion to a symbol of reproach rising from deep within her much denied Catholic past. A beautifully written work of psychological acuity and deep feeling, 'Gabriel's Eye' moves and disturbs as it reveals the ways in which human beings rationalize the most irrational acts." - dust jacket front flap. "Smith pulls the reader into a world of sexual longing and psychological introspection in this plainspoken but complex tale. The plot will catch the attention of anyone captivated by current headlines: Jeff, a 17-year-old boy, and Susan, his beautiful 28-year-old art teacher, develop a relationship that turns romantic and ends in tragedy. Jeff is a new student at the high school in Dallas where Susan teaches. When he slides shyly into a meeting of her after-school art club, she takes note: his awkwardness doesn't seem to match his preppy good looks. A shared ride home is the first in a series of increasingly flirtatious encounters. Susan offers to give Jeff private art lessons; she invites all her art students to a party at her apartment. Insecurity and her dissatisfaction with her live-in lover, Curt, push Susan into an ill-advised intimacy with Jeff; stumbling down the slippery slope of infatuation, she finds herself going much further than she ever intended. Just as Susan is ruing her rash behavior, a prank masterminded by one of Jeff's friends blows the lovers' cover and forces a desperate Jeff to act. Smith deserves kudos for her unflinchingly honest character portraits: Jeff is an inarticulate teenager, sensitive to peer pressure and obsessed with sex; S, Winedale Publishing Co., 2001

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[EAN: 9780970152503], [SC: 17.71], [PU: Winedale Publishing Co., Houston, Texas, U.S.A.], FICTION, Fiction|Psychological, Jacket, First printing of the Winedale hardcover edition of Smith's seventh novel. viii, 344pp. Black quarter-cloth, dark gray paper boards, gilt spine lettering, cream endpapers. Dust jacket is unpriced. Signed by Author to half-title page. Book is in fine, tight, unread condition; dust jacket is very bright, crisp and fully intact. No remainder markings. C.W. Smith is the 2006 Dedman Family Distinguished Professor and teaches in the creative writing program at Southern Methodist University. He has twice received the Jesse H. Jones Novel Award from the Texas Institute of Letters [for 'Thin Men of Haddam'(1973) and 'Understanding Women' (1998)]; the Southwestern Library Association Award for Best Novel; the Dobie-Paisano Creative Writing Fellowship from the University of Texas; National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowships in 1976 and 1990. " With compelling insight, 'Gabriel's Eye' exposes the architecture of the human heart in all its vulnerability and power. psychological acuity and deep feeling, 'Gabriel's Eye' moves and disturbs as it reveals the ways in which human beings rationalize the most irrational acts. At twenty-eight, Susan is the kind of teacher every student falls for; in one way or another. She's beautiful, kind, sympathetic-and she teaches art, where her creative approach and candor have endeared her to all, Her personal life is something else, however; as her biological clock ticks on and boyfriend Curt shows no signs of wanting marriage, and even less of wanting children. When seventeen-year-old transfer student Jeff Robbins walks into her art club meeting one night, Susan is transfixed by his good looks, palpable shyness and obvious admiration. With compelling insight, 'Gabriel's Eye' exposes the architecture of the human heart in all its vulnerability and power Never has Smith created a more sympathetic young man than Jeff, deeply infatuated, forced by circumstance into a nurturing role at home, disturbingly at risk from the intensity of his emotions. What may be more surprising, howeven is the author's stunning ability to inhabit the skin of Susan, a young woman whose loss of a moral compass sets off a chain of events the conclusion of which she cannot foresee. Interwoven throughout the story is 'The Annunciation', the subject of Susan's long overdue art history thesis, as it mutates from a deconstructed image of the disguises worn by sexual passion to a symbol of reproach rising from deep within her much denied Catholic past. A beautifully written work of psychological acuity and deep feeling, 'Gabriel's Eye' moves and disturbs as it reveals the ways in which human beings rationalize the most irrational acts." - dust jacket front flap. "Smith pulls the reader into a world of sexual longing and psychological introspection in this plainspoken but complex tale. The plot will catch the attention of anyone captivated by current headlines: Jeff, a 17-year-old boy, and Susan, his beautiful 28-year-old art teacher, develop a relationship that turns romantic and ends in tragedy. Jeff is a new student at the high school in Dallas where Susan teaches. When he slides shyly into a meeting of her after-school art club, she takes note: his awkwardness doesn't seem to match his preppy good looks. A shared ride home is the first in a series of increasingly flirtatious encounters. Susan offers to give Jeff private art lessons; she invites all her art students to a party at her apartment. Insecurity and her dissatisfaction with her live-in lover, Curt, push Susan into an ill-advised intimacy with Jeff; stumbling down the slippery slope of infatuation, she finds herself going much further than she ever intended. Just as Susan is ruing her rash behavior, a prank masterminded by one of Jeff's friends blows the lovers' cover and forces a desperate Jeff to act. Smith deserves kudos for her unflinchingly honest character portraits: Jeff is an inarticulate teenager, sensitive to peer pressure and obsessed with sex; S

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[EAN: 9780970152503], [PU: Winedale Publishing Co., Houston, Texas, U.S.A.], FICTION, Fiction|Psychological, Jacket, First printing of the Winedale hardcover edition of Smith's seventh novel. viii, 344pp. Black quarter-cloth, dark gray paper boards, gilt spine lettering, cream endpapers. Dust jacket is unpriced. Signed by Author to half-title page. Book is in fine, tight, unread condition; dust jacket is very bright, crisp and fully intact. No remainder markings. C.W. Smith is the 2006 Dedman Family Distinguished Professor and teaches in the creative writing program at Southern Methodist University. He has twice received the Jesse H. Jones Novel Award from the Texas Institute of Letters [for 'Thin Men of Haddam'(1973) and 'Understanding Women' (1998)]; the Southwestern Library Association Award for Best Novel; the Dobie-Paisano Creative Writing Fellowship from the University of Texas; National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowships in 1976 and 1990. " With compelling insight, 'Gabriel's Eye' exposes the architecture of the human heart in all its vulnerability and power. psychological acuity and deep feeling, 'Gabriel's Eye' moves and disturbs as it reveals the ways in which human beings rationalize the most irrational acts. At twenty-eight, Susan is the kind of teacher every student falls for; in one way or another. She's beautiful, kind, sympathetic-and she teaches art, where her creative approach and candor have endeared her to all, Her personal life is something else, however; as her biological clock ticks on and boyfriend Curt shows no signs of wanting marriage, and even less of wanting children. When seventeen-year-old transfer student Jeff Robbins walks into her art club meeting one night, Susan is transfixed by his good looks, palpable shyness and obvious admiration. With compelling insight, 'Gabriel's Eye' exposes the architecture of the human heart in all its vulnerability and power Never has Smith created a more sympathetic young man than Jeff, deeply infatuated, forced by circumstance into a nurturing role at home, disturbingly at risk from the intensity of his emotions. What may be more surprising, howeven is the author's stunning ability to inhabit the skin of Susan, a young woman whose loss of a moral compass sets off a chain of events the conclusion of which she cannot foresee. Interwoven throughout the story is 'The Annunciation', the subject of Susan's long overdue art history thesis, as it mutates from a deconstructed image of the disguises worn by sexual passion to a symbol of reproach rising from deep within her much denied Catholic past. A beautifully written work of psychological acuity and deep feeling, 'Gabriel's Eye' moves and disturbs as it reveals the ways in which human beings rationalize the most irrational acts." - dust jacket front flap. "Smith pulls the reader into a world of sexual longing and psychological introspection in this plainspoken but complex tale. The plot will catch the attention of anyone captivated by current headlines: Jeff, a 17-year-old boy, and Susan, his beautiful 28-year-old art teacher, develop a relationship that turns romantic and ends in tragedy. Jeff is a new student at the high school in Dallas where Susan teaches. When he slides shyly into a meeting of her after-school art club, she takes note: his awkwardness doesn't seem to match his preppy good looks. A shared ride home is the first in a series of increasingly flirtatious encounters. Susan offers to give Jeff private art lessons; she invites all her art students to a party at her apartment. Insecurity and her dissatisfaction with her live-in lover, Curt, push Susan into an ill-advised intimacy with Jeff; stumbling down the slippery slope of infatuation, she finds herself going much further than she ever intended. Just as Susan is ruing her rash behavior, a prank masterminded by one of Jeff's friends blows the lovers' cover and forces a desperate Jeff to act. Smith deserves kudos for her unflinchingly honest character portraits: Jeff is an inarticulate teenager, sensitive to peer pressure and obsessed with sex; S

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This intelligent new novel by well known author C.W. Smith examines the process by which a decent and well- meaning young woman makes a moral error with tragic consequences. Twenty-six year old Susan is the kind of teacher every student falls for, in one way or another. She's beautiful, kind, sympathetic - a pal. And she teaches art, where her creative approach and candor have endeared her to. Books, Fiction~~Modern & Contemporary, Gabriel's Eye~~Book~~9780970152503~~C.W. Smith, , , , , , , , , ,

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780970152503
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0970152507
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: WINEDALE PUB
352 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,826 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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