|Series||Forum books edition|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||212|
Portrait of Jennie is one of my favorite books, written by a masterful author. Each word has its place in the story. So you can imagine how I felt when I was reading the Kindle edition and totally absorbed in the climax of the book, when there appeared a series of ludicrous typos that made nonsense of the by: 1. Portrait of Jennie is a fantasy film based on the novella by Robert film was directed by William Dieterle and produced by David O. stars Jennifer Jones and Joseph the 21st Academy Awards, it won an Oscar for Best Special Effects (Paul Eagler, Joseph McMillan Johnson, Russell Shearman and Clarence Slifer; Special Audible Effects: Charles L. Freeman and Music by: Claude Debussy, Dimitri Tiomkin. Read this book on Questia. Portrait of Jennie by Robert Nathan, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Portrait of Jennie (). The aforementioned Portrait of Jennie and The Bishop s Wife, as well as One More Spring, Wake Up and Dream (from the novel The Enchanted Voyage) and Color of Evening. Robert Nathan was the author of over fifty volumes of novels, poetry, and plays, and from this body of distinguished work he acquired a reputation as a master of satiric fantasy /5(15).
Eben then begins his portrait of Jennie, and the next day, while dining at a restaurant, tells his taxi driver friend, Gus O'Toole, about her. Eben takes out the scarf to show Gus and notices an advertisement for Jennie's parents' act on the newspaper, which is dated One of a small number of publisher's pre-publication copies with a special printed fly-leaf (usually blank) "This first edition of The Portrait of Jennie by Robert Nathan which appeared serially in Fall issues is presented to you with the compliments of Redbook magazine." This is only the second true first issue copy we've ever seen. Classic Movie Dilemma with Portrait of Jennie. I made a rule never to see a film inspired by a book I’d read because the movies so often mangle the intent of a book, abbreviating for time — it takes much longer to read a story than passively watch one — translating content from literal to visual to meet demands of the medium. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Small, oblong yellow softcover (3 3/4" X 5 1/2") softcover book. Cover with photo of original cover of book "Portrait of Jennie." Minor wear to cover. Pages tight; clean/unmarked but browned. pages. Armed Services Edition # "This is the complete book -- not a digest." Size: 48mo - over 3" - 4.
Get this from a library! Portrait of Jennie. [Robert Nathan] -- The story of a young artist who meets a girl named Jenny who changes his life. 'Portrait of Jennie' will perhaps most vividly recall Balderston's 'Berkeley Square,' for, like that, it is a love story that transcends the boundaries of time. It is told with tenderness and with beauty.4/5. Portrait of Jennie is a fantasy that depicts romantic love as a source of artistic inspiration. Its fifteen chapters are narrated in the first person from the viewpoint of the main character, Eben. This is one of the most wonderful love stories ever written. I first read this in 7th grade, and since then Robert Nathan has become my most favorite writer and "Portrait of Jennie" has become my most beloved book of all time. This is a timeless classic by: 1.