Free eBook Watching The Body Burn download
by Thomas Glynn
Author: Thomas Glynn
Publisher: Knopf; 1st edition (January 15, 1989)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: United States
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Thomas Glynn is a master of the perversely mundane .
Thomas Glynn is a master of the perversely mundane. Because you know, sometimes nothing illumintaes perversion more than normality. There is nothing like candor to make us wish we never knew intimacy and in "Watching The Body Burn" there are many such regrets.
Watching The Body Burn book. I enjoyed Thomas Glynn's first novel, Temporary Sanity, but not to the degree that I would have sought out his other books. But then I saw this book mentioned in By Its Cover: Modern American Book Cover Design and stumbled across it in a used bookstore a few days later, so I took that as a sign. I'm glad I picked this up.
Watching the body burn. by. Glynn, Thomas, 1935-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. New York, NY : Knopf. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Uploaded by sf-loadersive. org on October 20, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).
If you’re judging this book by its cover, Chip Kidd’s 1989 design for Watching the Body Burn by Thomas Glynn might encourage you to wonder . Kidd’s design process for a book cover always begins by reading the manuscript.
If you’re judging this book by its cover, Chip Kidd’s 1989 design for Watching the Body Burn by Thomas Glynn might encourage you to wonder what crazy contents lie within. The disjointed imagery, text, and loud colors certainly draw consumer attention, but Kidd’s design is more than a sales tactic-the frenetic cover design complements the surrealist novel, in which a boy recounts a disturbing series of increasingly violent vignettes about the deterioration of his father. Kidd’s design process for a book cover always begins by reading the manuscript
Watching The Body Burn. ISBN 9780394571768 (978-0-394-57176-8) Hardcover, Knopf, 1989. Find signed collectible books: 'Watching The Body Burn'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder.
Shortly after the writer Thomas Glynn died, four and a half years ago, I got a note from the novelist Jonathan Lethem, whose family had gone to the same Quaker services in Brooklyn that Glynn’s family attended. Like me, Glynn was raised in Chicago, in a Catholic family full of religious conflict, and through his fiction he attempted to understand himself.
Glynn is an old vertical boiler engine, known as a "Coffee Pot". He was the original number one on the North Western Railway before Thomas' arrival, and now works alongside Stephen and Millie at Ulfstead Castle. Glynn was the original number one engine on the North Western Railway, built by a young Sir Topham Hatt and used to work on the Ffarquhar branch line with the other "Coffee Pots".