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Expressionist Utopias

Author : Timothy O. Benson
ISBN : 0520230035
Genre : Art
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Conveys the dreams and disappointments of German artists, architects, and intellectuals from World War I through the social and economic chaos of the Weimar Republic.
Category: Art

Bull S Balls

Author : Ralf König
ISBN : UOM:39015065058912
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Ralf Konig is the best selling and most loved comic book artist in many European countries. His books have sold millions of copies in 14 languages. Bull's Balls tells the story of two lovers, who after ten years together are beginning to show the test of time. There is such a wide variety of scenes you won't know whether to laugh or to cry.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

All Russians Love Birch Trees

Author : Olga Grjasnova
ISBN : 9781590515853
Genre : Fiction
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An award-winning debut novel about a quirky immigrant’s journey through a multicultural, post-nationalist landscape Set in Frankfurt, All Russians Love Birch Trees follows a young immigrant named Masha. Fluent in five languages and able to get by in several others, Masha lives with her boyfriend, Elias. Her best friends are Muslims struggling to obtain residence permits, and her parents rarely leave the house except to compare gas prices. Masha has nearly completed her studies to become an interpreter, when suddenly Elias is hospitalized after a serious soccer injury and dies, forcing her to question a past that has haunted her for years. Olga Grjasnowa has a unique gift for seeing the funny side of even the most tragic situations. With cool irony, her debut novel tells the story of a headstrong young woman for whom the issue of origin and nationality is immaterial—her Jewish background has taught her she can survive anywhere. Yet Masha isn’t equipped to deal with grief, and this all-too-normal shortcoming gives a particularly bittersweet quality to her adventures.
Category: Fiction

Berlin Bromley

Author : Bertie Marshall
ISBN : 0946719934
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A revealing punk memoir from a member of the notorious Bromley Contingent. Bertie 'Berlin' Bromley cuts to the core of the 1976/77 punk sensibility, recounting his own adventures as a ubiquitous scenester and rent boy. The Bromley Contingent included Siouxsie Sioux, Steve Severin, Billy Idol and Jordan. Marshall, as a pivotal member of the Contingent, views the scene and its stars with the intimate eye of an insider, offering a vivid picture of the most important British music movement in the 20th century.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

All The Stars In The Sky

Author : Sarah Lyons Fleming
ISBN :
Genre : Fiction
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The final book in the Until the End of the World series. The books, in order: Until the End of the World (Book 1) So Long, Lollipops (Book 1.5) And After (Book 2) All the Stars in the Sky: Cassie Forrest has sworn she’ll never let the world get the best of her again. She’s chosen to believe everything will be all right. But on a journey filled with heartbreak and madness and zombies, Cassie and her friends must struggle to stay alive—and it’s hard to believe in a future when survival seems unlikely.
Category: Fiction

Screening Space

Author : Vivian Carol Sobchack
ISBN : 081352492X
Genre : Performing Arts
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This text attempts to shape definitions of the American science fiction film, studying the connection between the films and social preconceptions. It covers many classic films and discusses their import, seeking to rescue the genre from the neglect of film theorists. The book should appeal to both film buff and fans of science fiction.
Category: Performing Arts

Yours Royally A Cinderella Love Story

Author : Krista Lakes
ISBN :
Genre : Fiction
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Can a regular girl ever marry a real life prince? Prince Marco: Royal life can be a royal pain, and Marco needs a break. A secret identity, just for a few weeks. A relaxing vacation in America, where nobody knows who he really is. Not even the girl he hires to be his personal assistant, Sabrina. But when Sabrina turns out to be the best part of his vacation, he finds it harder and harder to keep his secret from her... Sabrina Wise: Sabrina never imagined that any job could lead to paparazzi encounters and surprise trips to Hawaii. Who could have thought that her boss would turn out to be as charming as he was handsome? But, behind their sizzling sexual tension, she can't help but think there's something more to Marco. Who is this gorgeous man she's taking orders from, and why is he keeping so much hidden away? If she's willing to risk everything to find out, she might end up in her own Cinderella fairy-tale ending... What happens when Mr. Right turns out to be Prince Charming? This novel is the third in Krista Lakes' new series Billionaires and Brides!
Category: Fiction

Ali And Ramazan

Author : Perihan Magden
ISBN : 1611091411
Genre : Fiction
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Two young boys who grew up in a Turkish orphanage must rely on each other in order to survive the mean streets of Istanbul.
Category: Fiction

Animal Triste

Author : Monika Maron
ISBN : 0803282559
Genre : Fiction
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In an autumnal love story of erotic obsession, possessiveness, remembrance, oblivion, and time, an elderly woman dwells upon a failed love affair of some time past, when she was no longer young but not yet old. The narrator relives meeting her lover, Franz, at the natural history museum, when, for the first time in her life, she experiences all-consuming love and absolute happiness. Ultimately the affair founders because of her inability to believe that Franz will actually leave his wife. After he disappears from her life, she withdraws from the world, waiting for his return and revisiting their time together over and over in a never-ending cycle of obsession. Her love for Franz becomes a compulsive suffering from which she can neither free herself nor withhold anything.
Category: Fiction

The Sociology Of Science Fiction

Author : Brian M. Stableford
ISBN : 9780893702656
Genre : Reference
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Well-known critic Brian Stableford, a former professor at the University of Reading, contributes "a fascinating and valuable attempt to grapple with the questions of why SF authors write what they write, and why SF readers like what they like"-Interzone. Contents: Introduction; Approaches to the Sociology of Literature; The Analysis of Communicative Functions; The Evolution of Science Fiction as a Publishing Category; The Expectations of the Science Fiction Reader; Themes and Trends in Science Fiction; and Conclusion: The Communicative Functions of Science Fiction. Complete with Notes and References, Bibliography, and Index.
Category: Reference