Davidson, Andrew. (©2008) The gargoyle /New York : Doubleday,MLA Citation
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The gargoyle /
|Main Author:||Davidson, Andrew|
|Published:||New York : Doubleday, ©2008.|
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|Topics:||Burns and scalds - Patients - Fiction. | Traffic accident victims - Fiction. | Hospital wards - Fiction. | Reincarnation - Fiction. | Stone carvers - Fiction. | Psychological fiction. | Suicide - Fiction. | Wounds and injuries - Fiction. | Traffic accident victims - Fiction. | Hospitals - Fiction. | Reincarnation - Fiction. | Stone carvers - Fiction. | Psychological fiction. | Historical fiction. | Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321 - Translations into German - Fiction. | Dante Alighieri 1265-1321 - Fiction.|
|Genres:||Historical fiction. | Historical fiction. | Fiction. | Historical fiction. | Psychological fiction. | Historical fiction.|
|Main Author:||Davidson, Andrew, 1969-|
|Physical Description:||468 pages ; 25 cm.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references.
|Summary:||A very contemporary cynic, physically beautiful and sexually adept, crashes his car into a ravine and suffers horrible burns over much of his body. As he recovers in a burn ward, undergoing the tortures of the damned, he awaits the day when he can leave the hospital and commit carefully planned suicide--for he is now a monster in appearance as well as in soul. Then a beautiful and compelling, but clearly unhinged, sculptress of gargoyles by the name of Marianne Engel appears at the foot of his bed and tells him that they were once lovers in medieval Germany.--From publisher description.