The Mind's Eye
A Novel by Paul Fleischman
- Published: Aug 24, 2020
Eighty-eight-year old Elva and Courtney, an attractive sixteen-year-old with a severed spinal cord, lie in adjacent beds in a grim Bismarck, North Dakota convalescent home. Ignored by the world, the only resource they have left is their imagination. As Elva... read more
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Details of The Mind's Eye
- Exact title of the book
- The Mind's Eye
- Book author
- Paul Fleischman
- Holt Books for Young Readers
- Dec 17, 2013
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- 1008 kB
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Eighty-eight-year old Elva and Courtney, an attractive sixteen-year-old with a severed spinal cord, lie in adjacent beds in a grim Bismarck, North Dakota convalescent home. Ignored by the world, the only resource they have left is their imagination. As Elva and Courtney go on a fantasy trip to Italy (accompanied by Elva's long dead husband and guided by a 1910 travel book), Elva shows Courtney a new way to envision love.
But to accept it, and the gift of the imagination, Courtney must make the trip her own-even if she destroys the art Elva holds most dear. Written entirely in dialogue, The Mind's Eye can be performed as reader's theater, but it is a fully satisfying novel. In this extraordinarily innovative, profound, and yet readable book Paul Fleischman makes us all feel what a powerful-and dangerous-tool the imagination can be.
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