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Bridge of Lost Desire, The

Delany, Samuel R

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ISBN 10: 0877959315 / ISBN 13: 9780877959311
Published by Arbor House 1987-11-01, US, 1987
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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310 pages. INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on title page. Light edgewear and rubbing to dust jacket with slight tear and creasing to rear cover, else a clean, tight copy. Record # 464472. Bookseller Inventory # 464472

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Title: Bridge of Lost Desire, The

Publisher: Arbor House 1987-11-01, US

Publication Date: 1987

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Physical description: xi, 199 pages, xxi preliminary leaves (incl. frontispiece ports.) : illustrations ; 24 cm. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. Previous owner inscription. Subject: Hospitals - Charities - Hospitals - Great Britain. Hospitals. Charities. Almshouses - England - History. Charities - England - History. Hospitals - England - History. Christian communities. Church work with prostitutes and fallen women. Hospitals and Dispensaries. Great Britain. Almshouses. Houses Of Pity. Houses of Hospitals. Mediaeval. Genre: Illustrated, text.

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In Neveryon, slavery is nonexistent, and three long tales explore the life of the legendary manGorgik the Liberatorresponsible for freeing the empire's slaves. Seen through his own eyes ("The Game of Time and Pain"), Gorgik is a man still caught in his past. To others, however, he is a shadow on the horizon of their lives ("The Tale of Rumor and Desire") or else a collection of facts ("The Tale of Gorgik"). Delany's artistry as both writer and storyteller rises to the surface in his latest addition to the Neveryon cycle. Recommended.
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