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The Child With A Bent Spine, Handmade Edition of 20

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Edition of 20 – Handmade Book & Box: handmade, signed and numbered by Eileen Arnow-Levine – 2006, Handmade Book: 5.25” wide x 7.25” high x .25” deep, 32 pages. Handmade Box: 6.375” wide x 8.375” high x 1.875” deep

The Child With a Bent Spine is an illustrated fictional diary of a ten-year-old Victorian named Eliza K. Blackwell. Her story opens with an event that sets off a string of tragedies; the death of the child with a bent spine. Haunted by delusions, Eliza follows a peculiar path that inevitably leads to her own demise. The text is typeset in a handwritten script that mimics a penmanship style popular in the 19th century. The illustrations are bold yet detailed black and white line drawings that bleed through to the other side creating a ghostlike effect further accentuating the haunting nature of the tale. The cover depicts an archetypal white horse symbolizing Death, a recurring theme throughout the book.

The Child With A Bent Spine, Edition of 20, is included in 1000 Artists' Books: Exploring the Book as Art by Sandra Salamony and collaborators Peter and Donna Thomas.

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Reviewed by Dilucas Van
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 19, 2018
Nice
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Reviewed by Hali Athena
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 10, 2018
Just beautiful and haunting. Shipped quickly and carefully. Many thanks!
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5 out of 5 stars
Dec 27, 2017
Lovely quality, fabulously devious content, extremely delighted recipient. Carefully packaged and quickly shipped. Thank you ever so much.
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5 out of 5 stars
Nov 23, 2017
Absolutely beautiful! Shipped on time and arrived quickly.
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The Child With A Bent Spine, Handmade Edition of 20

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: offset lithography, Black Ink, Silver Ink, Bertini paper, Neenah Patriot Blue 80 lb linen cover, 60 lb Cream text, Daveys binders board, Lineco mouselline, Lineco binders tape, ribbon, US Silkscreen paper, black silk bookcloth
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