Walks in Paradise

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Holiness Movement Pub. House , Ottawa
Heaven -- Christia
Statementby the author of Where he met with Jesus, Words of life, etc. [i.e. A.J. Mowatt].
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 73021
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches (59 fr.)
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Open LibraryOL17478696M
ISBN 100665730217

Walks to the Paradise Garden is the last unpublished manuscript of the late American poet, photographer, publisher, Black Mountain alumnus and bon viveur Jonathan Williams (–). This page book chronicles Williams' road trips across the Southern United States with photographers Guy Mendes and Roger Manley in search of the most /5(8).

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Walks to the Paradise Garden is the last unpublished manuscript of the late American poet, photographer, publisher, Black Mountain alumnus and bon viveur Jonathan Williams ().

This page book chronicles Williams' road trips across the Southern United States with photographers Guy Mendes and Roger Manley in search of the most authentic and outlandish artists the/5.

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Walks to the Paradise Garden is the last unpublished manuscript of the late American poet, photographer, publisher, Black Mountain alumnus and bon viveur Jonathan Williams (–). This page book chronicles Williams' road trips across the Southern United States with photographers Guy Mendes and Roger Manley in search of the most authentic and outlandish artists the South had to.

Additional Physical Format: Print version: Mowatt, A.J. (Andrew Joseph), Walks in Paradise. Ottawa: Holiness Movement Pub. House,   Your name printed as contributor in Walks to the Paradise Garden, a risograph print of Jonathan Williams’ A Map of Kentucky and its Litany of Glorifications from Walks to the Paradise Garden and an advance copy of the book.

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Walks to the Paradise Garden: A Lowdown Southern Odyssey is a new book of historical importance in the outsider art field, the insights of which will help deepen our understanding of the social-cultural environment from which many remarkable creations by self-taught artists of the American South have emerged.

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