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city of trembling leaves

Walter Van Tilburg Clark

city of trembling leaves

by Walter Van Tilburg Clark

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Published by The Sun dial press in Garden City, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Walter Van Tilburg Clark.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.C5483 Ci2, PS3505.L376 Ci2
The Physical Object
Pagination690 p.
Number of Pages690
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6499827M
LC Control Number46007655
OCLC/WorldCa944708

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Clark’s fame rests on The Ox-Bow Incident, but his great novel is The City of Trembling Leaves, a celebration of youth and the life of art based in part on the early years of his friendship with Caples. The Nevada They Knew tells the full story of that lifelong friendship. Shafton goes back and forth between the novel and the men’s. The Trembling of a Leaf by W. Somerset Maugham and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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The City of Trembling Leaves was written by Walter Van Tilburg Clark. More famous for the Ox-Bow Incident, this book is about his adopted hometown of Reno, Nevada. The opening sequence reminded me of Winesburg, Ohio and much of the book has a similar feel to it/5.

While a resident of Reno, NV (), I read the "City of Trembling Leaves" The book is a wonderfully nostalgic record of Reno, Nevada and the surrounding mountain and desert environs during the period of time that Clark lived there (i.e. 's).Cited by: 1. While a resident of Reno, NV (), I read the "City of Trembling Leaves" The book is a wonderfully nostalgic record of Reno, Nevada and the surrounding mountain and desert environs during the period of time that Clark lived there (i.e.

's)/5(10). The ""city of trembling leaves"" is Reno, not the Reno of ""the cure"", but a Reno that its own people know and love, a city which is a symbol. The story takes into its being Carnel, retreat of artists, the high Sierras, a bit of San Francisco, but it is wholly a story of the West -- and youth.

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Genre/Form: Fiction Western stories Love stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Clark, Walter Van Tilburg, City of trembling leaves. Some pieces, like Candace Garlock’s “Homage to City of Trembling Leaves” and Katrina Lasko’s “Rachel and Mary,” incorporated excerpts of text.

Garlock’s acrylic-on-wood painting intersperses words among gorgeous, brightly colored geometric patterns. Lasko used text as a background for illustrations of characters from the book. ― Walter Van Tilburg Clark, quote from The City Of Trembling Leaves About the author.

Walter Van Tilburg Clark Born place: in East Orland, Maine, The United States Born For all of us, quotes are a great way to remember a book and to carry with us the author’s best ideas. Books in the City of Trembling Leaves Named after the novel by Walter Van Tilburg Clark, this blog covers book writing, publishing, reading, reviewing, and selling in Reno and the rest of Northern Nevada.

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New York: Random House, (). First edition. A very good or better copy that has touch of soiling. In like dust jacket that has a minor amount of edge wear.

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Clark's second novel, published inwas The City of Trembling Leaves. It is the story of a boy growing up with other children in a relatively modern-day Reno, Nevada. It is a more poetic, personal, and autobiographical book than The Ox-Bow Incident ; for these reasons, many reviewers thought it must have been written earlier than Ox-Bow.Cassandra Clare is the #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of the Eldest Curses series, as well as the internationally bestselling Dark Artifices trilogy, Mortal Instruments series, and Infernal Devices trilogy.

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