Results 1 – 16 of 16 GODS MAN: A NOVEL IN WOODCUTS by Ward, Lynd and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Find Gods’ Man by Ward, Lynd at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers. The most important work of American artist and illustrator Lynd Ward, “Gods’ Man ” is a powerfully evocative novel, told entirely through woodcuts. Ward (
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The artist begins painting again and the child learns to paint as well.
Gods’ Man: A Novel in Woodcuts by Lynd Ward
Above all, the woodcuts are darkly delicious, beautiful also, and horrifying at times. Pat Cramer, Bookseller Published: Gods’ Man appeared a week before the Wall Street Crash of ; it nevertheless enjoyed strong sales and remains the best-selling American wordless novel. First Edition, Third Printing. This edition is published without the blank pages that backed up the woodcut illustrations in the original edition.
A Wordless Novel – Gods’ Man – Smithsonian Libraries Unbound
Gods’ Man remains Ward’s best known and most widely read wordless novel. After giving away all his money, he is unable to pay for his food and tries to bargain using his painting, but unsuccessfully.
I thought that this would take longer to read, but I have to say that it is still time well spent. I dislike the prevalence of that tone in our cultural commentary.
A lovely, signed copy of the first American wordless novel. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Remains, particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, lyhd and strong. Helpless men overshadowed by tall, looming, tower-like buildings – these could very well be scenes from a long forgotten Fritz Lang movie. Retrieved from ” https: His illustrations also appeared in numerous waard that received the Newbery Medal.
Square octavo in original blue cloth boards with silver gilt lettering. By the Aldus Printers and bound by the J.
I think it would be easy to tell such a story with words — in fact, so easy that I doubt it would be anywhere near as pleasant to read. I for one find the alienating city as Ward presents it rather glamorous, even as I share his frustration at the total absorption of art by money that modernity seems to require. Financial difficulties moved Labunski to abandon it and his other creative work. Without any disguise or flowery cover-up plot, it straightforwardly depicts a young godss heading into the carnival of earthly delights that is The City and quickly becoming disillusioned.
No names, clean text. Benda konon ini menjamin kesuk ini adalah buku cerita pertama tanpa kata yang terbit di negeri Paman Sam.
A Wordless Novel – Gods’ Man
My library Help Advanced Book Search. As I turned the last page, my initial disappointment turned into a heavy satisfaction. This copy is Number 12″ and Signed. The flaws of the medium are in full display in this forerunner to the graphic novel, but the art is great enough to let one ignore the triteness of the narrative.
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Staterd Fifth Printing, October Being someone who wandere Perhaps it is strange to write a ggods review on something that has no words, but nevertheless, here I am. Has some minor rubbing to the edges of the boards, gift inscription and minor paperclip wrinkle to front end pages, otherwise VG condition with no dust jacket, as issued.
The story itself is rather simple: Paperbackoynd. His illustrations also appeared in numerous books that received the Newbery Medal. Left-leaning artists and writers admired the book, and Ward frequently received poetry based on it.
To bring this disorderly rumination to an end: I went back and flipped through it a copule more times enjoying some of the subtleties of the characters expressions.
It presents the artist’s struggles in a world characterized by both innocence and corruptions and can be considered a forerunner of lynv contemporary graphic novel, popularized by artists such as Daniel Clowes.
The Original Graphic Novels. A Novel in Woodcuts Gods’ Man: Setelah menanjak sukses dan terkenal ternyata dia tahu bahwa ada harga yang harus dibayar. Jan are no discussion topics on this book wxrd. The edges of the covers are lightly rubbed. Advanced Book Search Browse by Subject. World Publishing Company, Essentially the story is a retelling of the Faust legend, with some interesting differences. This is copy number 40 of signed numbered books. Throughout the book there is an atmosphere of strangeness and secrecy, never fully realized or understood.
The scarce dust jacket has a two inch deep chip with some creasing but still quite presentable in a fresh mylar cover.
Lynd Ward: Gods’ Man, Madman’s Drum, Wild Pilgrimage (LOA #210)
No eBook available Amazon. Octavo; unpaginated; VG-; Sun faded black spine with black lettering to beige label; cloth shows slight sunning to edges of boards; text block has previous owner’s bookplate to front pastedown, light ink to half-title, slight cracking to front gutter, deckled edges; illustrated with black and white woodcuts; RL Consignment; shelved case Gods’ Man Lynd Ward This top-quality, low-cost republication of Ward’s masterpiece will be welcomed by collectors of his work as well as by readers new to his achievement.
Allen Ginsberg used imagery from Gods’ Man in his poem Howl [f] and referred to the images of the city and jail in Ward’s book in the poem’s annotations.
Ward’s final work was the acclaimed wordless novel The Silver Pony