3 edition of Green lacquer pavilion found in the catalog.
|Statement||George H. Doran|
|Publishers||George H. Doran|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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The first edition was issued with an untrimmed leading edge and base to the text block. The work is a subtly satiric battle of the sexes.
The book is uncommon in its first print. Light brown cloth with black, green, and yellow cover vignette and spine lettering. Six groups of independent sloping roofs are separated from each other, forming gaps of different sizes between the volumes. The experiences of the characters who travel through the portal seem dream-like, and yet cannot be dreams because they are experienced collectively. The green lacquer pavilion of the title is a portal between England and the Orient, although this is an Orient of unusual Green lacquer pavilion in that no matter how far one journeys from the pavilion it is always close at hand.
Mountains appear in the background, below a group of cranes flying towards the roof of the pavilion. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket.
Full pattern description Dabs and daubs of colour build up the impressionist style painting of a country manor garden scene with modern toile-like influences. The work is a subtly satiric battle of the sexes. "This novel is a fantasy; the story it tells is unconstrained by the plausible or the possible.
From the perspective of master planning, the east and north sides of the building are designed as "serving Spaces" and the south and west sides are designed as "served Spaces" for public activities.
At the same time, the crack space between the clusters can allow sunlight, air and people's sight to pass through freely in order to bring a sense of breathing to the building.
The Tale of Igor 1918• Very good book a bit rubbed.
An outdoor "virtual courtyard" for tourists and villagers is based on the south side.