ET/1:00 p.m. PT. Make sure to follow. IMDb on Twitter and send your questions now to #IMDbAskKevin. Follow IMDb on Twitter Do you have a demo reel? Add it to your IMDbPage Find out more at IMDb Pro ». Valeen Tippetts Avery s new biography of David Smith vividly portrays each of these. and co-author of the seminal biography on David s mother, Emma Smith,. unit beset with many problems-poverty, close living quarters, family secrets. The literary critic Harold Bloom and a few others have also acknowledged his "religious genius." The significance of Smith's theological contribution is rarely credited even though Mormonism's experiential base is, and always has been, undergirded by a distinctive belief system which rests on a theology of extraordinary complexity. On the other hand, he said he gave an account of this experience to a Methodist minister. While the cleric apparently regarded what Joseph told him as little more than a youngster's delusions, events of the next few years would reveal that the adolescent Smith was preternaturally mature.
In September 1946 23-year-old Emma Smith set sail for India, to work as an assistant with a documentary unit making films about tea gardens in Assam. Emma Smith writes beautifully, and her main characters come in remarkable depth. EMMA SMITH was born in Cornwall in 1923 and was privately educated. In 1939.