A convergence of birds: original fiction and poetry inspired by the work of Joseph Cornell.

A convergence of birds: original fiction and poetry inspired by the work of Joseph Cornell. Jonathan Safran Foer.

London: Hamish Hamilton, 2006. Octavo, colour illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper.

Begins with the passion of a young writer, Jonathan Safran Foer, for the work of the 20th century American assemblage artist Joseph Cornell. This work is a collaborative project, and one of the significant engagements of literature and art in modern times.
A magical convergence, this book began with the passion of a young writer, Jonathan Safran Foer, for the work of the 20th century American assemblage artist Joseph Cornell. Inspired by Cornell's avian-themed boxes and suspecting that they would be similarly and diversely inspiring to others, Foer began to write letters. The responses he received from luminaries of American writing were nothing short of astounding. A convergence of birds is a unique collaborative project, and one of the most significant engagements of literature and art in recent years.

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