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ePub Signals download
Author:
Deborah Deutschman
ISBN13:
978-0872235137
ISBN:
0872235130
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Publisher:
Seaview Books : trade distribution by Simon and Schuster; 1st edition (1978)
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1955 kb
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Deborah Elliott Deutschman is an American writer. She is the author of the novel "Signals" published by Seaview Books/Simon & Schuster (1978) and PEI paperbacks (1980).

Deborah Elliott Deutschman is an American writer. Daughter of Paul Deutschman, a writer and journalist, and Louise Tolliver Deutschman, art curator and gallery director. She currently works and lives between New York City and Paris.

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Find Deborah Deutschman's contact information, age, background check, white pages, relatives, social networks, resume, professional records & pictures. 5 people named Deborah Deutschman living in the US. Deborah M Deutschman age: ~61. Known as: Debbie M Deutschman, Deborah M Deutchman. Has lived in: La Pine, ORLancaster, CAQuartz Hill, CA. Full Profile. Deborah E Deutschman age: ~73. Known as: Debo Deutschman.

Deborah Deutschman spent four years writing Signals. Through this is a work of fiction, the scientific aspects are all accurate and based on fact. Signals," published by Seaview Books/Simon & Schuster (1978) Hard Cover - 357 pages - ISBN: 0-87223-513-0. If you respond to close encounter of the third kind, you should latch on to this book

She was 92 and lived in Manhattan. Her death was confirmed by her daughter, Deborah Deutschman of New York, the only immediate family member who survives.

Deutschman, who gave Gordon Parks his first art-gallery show, had a five-decade-long career as a curator and gallery director. She was 92 and lived in Manhattan. Other important shows she was involved with focused on Françoise Gilot and aspects of the work of Alberto Giacometti. Mrs. Deutschman had an early instinct for sophistication. As a 4-year-old in Illinois, she packed a bag, told her parents she was leaving for Paris and was a mile down the road before she was retrieved.

Deborah Elliott Deutschman's poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Caroline Quarterly, and other publications

Deborah Elliott Deutschman's poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Caroline Quarterly, and other publications.

1978 1st Ed. HC. Pages are in nearmint/UNREAD condition! Book boards themselves in near mint condition. Dustjacket in tact - some surface markings, corner/edge wear throughout, some chipping on corners and spine and other spots but overall a nice clean copy!