9781860231100

Watching Angels

McDermott, Kevin

ISBN 10: 1860231101 / 1-86023-110-1
ISBN 13: 9781860231100
Publisher: Marino Books
Publication Date: 2000
Binding: Softcover
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Synopsis:
This novel is a triptych set in contemporary Europe, specifically Dublin and Dresden. Through the eyes of a pupil of Raphael, we watch the creation of his sublime Sistine Madonna, which later housed in a gallery in Dresden, becomes the focus of the hopes of the Jewish Jacob Philip and his mother.

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This novel is a triptych set in contemporary Europe -- specifically present day Dublin and the German city of Dresden during the Holocaust -- and the Italy of the High Renaissance. The unifying idea is the sense of ministering angels and of unlikely people being media of grace.

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Book Description: Marino Books Mar 2000, Dublin, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Synopsis\nThis novel is a triptych set in contemporary Europe, specifically Dublin and Dresden. Through the eyes of a pupil of Raphael, we watch the creation of his sublime Sistine Madonna, which later housed in a gallery in Dresden, becomes the focus of the hopes of the Jewish Jacob Philip and his mother. Bookseller Inventory # 7b01a1fb8a749af0f421b313f88158ee

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