In Toleration, 1995

By: Battersby, Helen

Price: $20.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fine condition

I've had this since 1995 when it was new. Several times I took it out with the idea of listing it, but I never did. Now, twelve years later, it's moment has come. The front and back of the cover has writing, black on black, from the preamble to the Charter of the United Nations. Inside there is one sentence penned by Kahlil Gibran from his book Sand and Foam, 1926. The quote is this: "We shall never understand one another until we reduce the language to seven words." And that is how many there are here -- seven -- compassion, pathos, perception, temperance, balance, truth and possibility. Each word is paired with a work of art by these seven artists: Chris Nicholls, Paul Dallas, Anita Kunz, Hayes Henderson. Steven Evans, Sandra Dionisi and Ed Gajdel. Booklet measures 9" x 11-1/2" and is a rather scarce item.

Title: In Toleration, 1995

Author Name: Battersby, Helen

Categories: War and Military, Religion/Philosophy, ART: Fine, Folk,Graphic, Judaica, Germany and Austria,

Publisher: Canada, Fox River Paper Company: 1995

Binding: Card cover

Book Condition: Fine condition

Seller ID: 3560

Keywords: In Tolerance. Holocaust. Jewish Persecution. Preamble to Charter of the United Nations. Kahlil Gibran Seven Words.,