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Belmarch: A Legend of the First Crusade

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I was certain that Davis had a vision;[This book]combines observation and perception in a remarkable way; this is not a touching book; it is a seizing one.
;Leonard Bernstein.

A surrealist nightmare; compelling, disturbing it is also a brave, ambitious book; Davis is a story teller with a vivid sense of visual imagery and striking descriptive power.
;The Jewish Exponent

Paperback, 228 pages
Published December 1st 2000 by (first published 1964)
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Christopher Davis was born in Philadelphia, PA, in 1928 and raised there. He was educated at public schools; at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Institute; at the Art Students League in New York; at the Barnes Art Foundation in Philadelphia; at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome; and at the University of Pennsylvania (junior year Phi Beta Kappa, BA degree).

His father was the Philadelphia labor lawyer
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