Invisible Man at the Window

Invisible Man at the Window

Book - 1994
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Winner of the Prix Quebec-Paris , the Quebec Bookstores' Prize and the Prix Litteraire Desjardins , Invisible Man at the Window is the bizarre and compelling tale of a group of artists and hangers-on whose lives cross in the attic apartment of a painter called Max. Through a series of chapters in the form of "portraits," Max, a paraplegic, lays bare the psyches of those who would surround him, pamper him, love him either because or in spite of his handicap.
Publisher: Vancouver : Douglas & McIntyre, 1994.
ISBN: 9781550541717
1550541714
Branch Call Number: PRO
Characteristics: 185 p.
Additional Contributors: Cohen, Matt 1942-1999,- Translator

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WVMLStaffPicks Dec 27, 2014

Melancholic and disturbing! Max is a stormy artist -- a paraplegic who can't forget his past and move out of it. His agonized decision to meet an old girlfriend propels the novel to its unexpected conclusion.

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