Titolo: The Dog in the Picture
Casa editrice: Sirius Press
Data di pubblicazione: 2002
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Codice inventario libreria 9780972153201-3
Riassunto: Celebrate America’s long love affair with the dog in this beautiful little book. "The Dog in the Picture" pairs vintage photographs with timeless comments from old letters and diaries. Delight in words and pictures as you discover the constancies in the canine-human relationship. You’ll find that our great-great grandparents praised good dogs for the same virtues we value today. They wrote about bad dogs – the neighbor’s or their own – with a sorely-tried patience. Historians and sisters, Jane Brackman and Barbara Brackman connect you to the past with glimpses of the dog’s age-old place in the human heart.
L'autore: We are two sisters with a lifelong love of dogs. While both of us are researchers and proven story-tellers, Jane’s professional experience is with dogs, and Barbara is a published popular history author. Our book is a collaboration of our diverse fields. Jane’s interest in the dog as a cultural topic began when she managed a guide dog school. Her unique insight into dogs and people partnerships contributes to the book theme. Barbara is a free-lance writer, historian and museum curator with seven published books on quilts and numerous museum catalogs to her credit. Many of the quotes used in our book are the result of Barbara’s well proven talent of sleuthing old newspapers, journals, and diaries to personalize history and make it entertaining. The authors are available for lectures and book signings. For more information, please write to Jane Brackman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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