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White Cliff

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The White Cliff by Edward Schwartz
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With power and emotion, Edward Schwartz gives the readers in "The White Cliff" the impassioned story of a broken friendship of two men--a writer, Martin Bell, and a scientist, Harold Flint. They are both trapped by their own contradictions: ambition and fear, desire and obligation, self-confirmation and responsibility. Woven in a tapestry of inner voices of his heroes, Schwartz takes us from a movie-studio to a scientific laboratory; from a hospital's OR to the International symposium; from the church to the KGB office in Russia. Among personages, whose lives are being entwined into fates of two main protagonists, there are the following: Dr. Ann Bell, Martin's wife, who tries to reshape her life beyond the family triangular; Bill Acheson, Martin's friend and a movie director, who tries to perforate Martin's screenplay-confession into a piece of art; Margaret Dixon, Ann's sister and a talented journalist who begins to realize that articles of faith that have shaped her life, are far too simple; Dr. Joe Smith, a gifted scientist who has given up the battle with morality, and does not stop even in treason to satisfy his desires. All these personages, and many others, create a colorful pattern in the kaleidoscope of human life, where and the world of science, and the world of literature are only two colorful stones among myriads others.
Release date Australia
July 28th, 2004
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
iUniverse
Pages
236
Dimensions
152x228x15
ISBN-13
9780595317547
Product ID
1800444

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