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The Book of the Book is a book by Idries Shah.

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The craft of fiction. Jonathan CapeEleven Gower Street, LondonFirst Published 1921

The craft of fiction. Jonathan CapeEleven Gower Street, LondonFirst Published 1921. The craft of fiction. But I cannotcatch a momentary sight of the book, the book itself; I cannot lookup from my writing and sharpen my impression with a straight,unhampered view of the author's work; to glance at a book, though thephrase is so often in our mouths, is in fact an impossibility. Theform of a novel-and how often a critic uses that expression too-issomething that none of us, perhaps, has ever really contemplated.

34 illustrated designs for creating cabinet panels, chests, doors, bookends, footstools, an ornamental mirror-frame, and more.

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The Book of Crafts download epub
Author: No author.
ISBN: 0330258958
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Pan/W (1979)
Pages: 192 pages