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Maury C Moose And The Forest Noel

Author : Adam Baker
ISBN : 9781630470548
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When Maury Chris Moose finds out that Jingle Bell Block, where the annual Christmas party takes place, will be sold to G.R. Inchworm, who plans to build a Bar Hum Bug there, Maury and his friends work out a plan to save the forest.

Andy S Ward

Author : James Otis
ISBN : 1498047084
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This Is A New Release Of The Original 1895 Edition.

Through Forest And Stream

Author : Duane Yarnell
ISBN : 1494059282
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This is a new release of the original 1949 edition.

Architectural Body

Author : Madeline Gins
ISBN : 9780817311698
Genre : Architecture
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This manifesto is a verbal articulation of the authors' visionary theory of how the human body, architecture, and creativity define and sustain one another. This revolutionary work by artist-architects Arakawa and Madeline Gins demonstrates the inter-connectedness of innovative architectural design, the poetic process, and philosophical inquiry. Together, they have created an experimental and widely admired body of work--museum installations, landscape and park commissions, home and office designs, avant-garde films, poetry collections--that challenges traditional notions about the built environment. This book promotes a deliberate use of architecture and design in dealing with the blight of the human condition; it recommends that people seek architectural and aesthetic solutions to the dilemma of mortality. In 1997 the Guggenheim Museum presented an Arakawa/Gins retrospective and published a comprehensive volume of their work titled Reversible Destiny: We Have Decided Not to Die. Architectural Body continues the philosophical definition of that project and demands a fundamental rethinking of the terms "human" and "being." When organisms assume full responsibility for inventing themselves, where they live and how they live will merge. The artists believe that a thorough re-visioning of architecture will redefine life and its limitations and render death passe. The authors explain that "Another way to read reversible destiny . . . Is as an open challenge to our species to reinvent itself and to desist from foreclosing on any possibility." Audacious and liberating, this volume will be of interest to students and scholars of 20th-century poetry, postmodern critical theory, conceptual art and architecture, contemporary avant-garde poetics, and to serious readers interested in architecture's influence on imaginative expression.

The Blooding

Author : Joseph Wambaugh
ISBN : 9780804150705
Genre : Social Science
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Fifteen-year-old Lynda Mann's savagely raped and strangled body is found along a shady footpath near the English village of Narborough. Though a massive 150-man dragnet is launched, the case remains unsolved. Three years later the killer strikes again, raping and strangling teenager Dawn Ashforth only a stone's throw from where Lynda was so brutally murdered. But it will take four years, a scientific breakthrough, the largest manhunt in British crime annals, and the blooding of more than four thousand men before the real killer is found.


Author : Stephen Cosgrove
ISBN : 1442044071
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Morgan And Me

Author : Stephen Cosgrove
ISBN : 1442043946
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A young princess with a penchant for postponing activities learns not to procrastinate.

The Naval War Of 1812

Author : Theodore Roosevelt
ISBN : 9781613104590
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The Silent Season Of A Hero

Author : Gay Talese
ISBN : 0802778399
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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One of America's most acclaimed writers and journalists, Gay Talese has been fascinated by sports throughout his life. At age fifteen he became a sports reporter for his Ocean City High School newspaper; four years later, as sports editor of the University of Alabama's Crimson-White, he began to employ devices more common in fiction, such as establishing a "scene" with minute details-a technique that would later make him famous. Later, as a sports reporter for the New York Times, Talese was drawn to individuals at poignant and vulnerable moments rather than to the spectacle of sports. Boxing held special appeal, and his Esquire pieces on Joe Louis and Floyd Patterson in decline won praise, as would his later essay "Ali in Havana," chronicling Muhammad Ali's visit to Fidel Castro. His profile of Joe DiMaggio, "The Silent Season of a Hero," perfectly captured the great player in his remote retirement, and displayed Talese's journalistic brilliance, for it grew out of his on-the-ground observation of the Yankee Clipper rather than from any interview. More recently, Talese traveled to China to track down and chronicle the female soccer player who missed a penalty kick that would have won China the World Cup. Chronicling Talese's writing over more than six decades, from high school and college columns to his signature adult journalism- and including several never-before-published pieces (such as one on sports anthropology), a new introduction by the author, and notes on the background of each piece-The Silent Season of a Hero is a unique and indispensable collection for sports fans and those who enjoy the heights of journalism.

A Gateway To Sindarin

Author : David Salo
ISBN : 9780874808001
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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A serious linguistic analysis of Tolkien's Sindarin language. Includes the grammar, morphology, and history of the language.

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