3 edition of The history of luminous motion found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3552.R214 H56 1990, PR6052.R2515 H5 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||89040639|
"A collection of poems from writers around the world, selected and edited by Nobel laureate Czeslaw Milosz Czesław Miłosz's A Book of Luminous Things—his personal selection of poems from the past and present—is a testament to the stunning varieties of human experience, offered up so that we may see the myriad ways that experience can be shared in words and images/5(8). “Ireland: A Luminous Beauty-a first-rate idea brilliantly executed.” —Peter McDermott, The Irish Echo “This is a book as exhilarating to look through as it was to work on, the fun, the challenge, the joy, and the feeling of being bowled over by the unexpected-all giving an emotive image of a fascinating land both to visit and to live in.
The History of Luminous Motion is a book given to me 14 years ago from a roommate who's name I don't remember. Angie Davis, I think. Lainie, is that her name? Am I confusing her with Angela Davis? What's she up to anyway? The book is mediocre but I like the title so I re-read it every few years. Based on the acclaimed novel History of Luminous Motion, the film is a mother-son road-trip drama reminiscent of Bonnie and Clyde, and was named one of the best films of the year by New York Times critic A.O. film stars Deborah Kara Unger (The Game), Terry Kinney (Oz) and marks the first collaboration between Bette Gordon and stage and screen veteran Jamey Sheridan (The Ice Storm.
The film Luminous Motion, for which he wrote the screenplay, was based on his first novel, The History of Luminous Motion (). Bradfield currently teaches at St. Mary's University and City Literary Institute Bibliography. Novels. The history of luminous motion. London: Bloomsbury. LUMINOUS MOTION is a poster ad for Promise Keepers depicting the lethal results of absent fathers. An undisciplined year-old brat named Phillip is obsessively jealous of his prostituting, thieving mother. He accompanies Mom on her minor crime spree across the country as she alternately abandons or robs the men she beds in a series of dingy.
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The History of Luminous Motion is compact and clear as a diamond, as beautiful and strange as its title. Phillip is an eight-year-old psychotic genius, attempting through science, philosophy, action, abstraction and the glittering poetry of his narrative to make sense of the world he inhabits/5(14).
The History Of Luminous Motion book. Read 78 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Phillip is eight years old. He experiences material /5. The History of Luminous Motion is compact and clear as a diamond, as beautiful and strange as its title. Phillip is an eight-year-old psychotic genius, attempting through science, philosophy, action, abstraction and the glittering poetry of his narrative to make sense of the world he inhabits/5(13).
""The history of motion is that luminous progress men and women make in the world alone,"" says his mom, as she drives Phillip to yet another motel, and it makes perfect sense to Phillip. He thinks his mother is life itself, as essential and elemental as light and movement.
Get this from a library. The history of luminous motion. [Scott Bradfield] -- Phillip is a brilliant but disturbed seven-year-old. He travels along the Californian highways with his mother and is happy with this existence. But when his mother meets Pedro and Phillip finds.
The History of Luminous Motion is compact and clear as a diamond, as beautiful and strange as its title. Phillip is an eight-year-old psychotic genius, attempting through science, philosophy, action, abstraction and the glittering poetry of his narrative to make sense of the world he inhabits.5/5(5).
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Recently reissued by Calimari Press Scott Bradfield's The History of Luminous Motion reads as the impressionist book of post-modern hyper-realism, collapsing the psychological novel, the bildungsroman, the novel of ideas, the road novel and the meta-novel into one exquisite, heartbreaking and unsettling paradox.
It probes into the problems of. The History of Luminous Motion Scott Bradfield, Author Knopf Publishing Group $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS Buy this book In his first novel. History of Luminous Motion Scott Bradfield, Author, Robin Desser, Editor Vintage Books USA $11 (0p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book ``In his first novel.
Directed by Bette Gordon. With Deborah Kara Unger, Terry Kinney, Eric Lloyd, Jamey Sheridan. A mom and her 10 year son motor around the country as she makes ends meet by turning tricks until her car breaks down. She then temporarily takes up with a hardware store owner until she gets her own place.
Then the kid's father shows up to try to take the two over/10(). THE HISTORY OF LUMINOUS MOTION 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover New York Alfred A. Knopf Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. First American Edition Stated Seller Rating: % positive. He is the author of THE HISTORY OF LUMINOUS MOTION (Calamari Press, ).
Editorial Reviews ``In his first novel, Bradfield composes a verbal fantasia on the theme of a young felon's confused feelings and reckless misdeeds.''Brand: Calamari Press. “The History of Luminous Motion” sets out at once to shock the reader with its craziness and violence while short-circuiting any objections by contradicting its own : Merle Rubin.
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There's no point in describing the plot. "Luminous Motion" certainly isn't luminous, and its only motion is its movement away from being an acceptable mom 'n' kid road movie to becoming a progressively silly and needlessly obscure Author: Derek Elley.
The History of Luminous Motion by Scott Bradfield and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at In this film, ten-year-old Phillip teaches himself physics and biology as he's driven about by his mother Margaret. After a car crash, they settle down with Hackensack hardware store owner Pedro%.
Bradfield is a writer whose novels include “The History of Luminous Motion” and “Dazzle Resplendent: Adventures of a Misanthropic Dog.” Books NewsletterAuthor: Scott Bradfield. The History of Luminous Motion.
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