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The Dark Design

Author : Philip Jose Farmer
ISBN : 9781429949149
Genre : Fiction
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Milton Firebrass, once Mark Twain's enemy and now his greatest ally, plans to build a giant airship that can fly to the North Pole of Riverworld. Once there, he hopes to learn the secret of the mysterious tower that dominates the landscape and find the answer to his most urgent question: could the tower contain the Ethicals, the enigmatic beings that created Riverworld? Meanwhile, Jill Gulbirra is challenged for the job of piloting the airship by none other than Cyrano de Bergerac. As if there were not enough challenges facing the crew, they soon suspect there is an agent of the Ethicals among their number, plotting their destruction.... At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

The Dark Design

Author : Philip Jose Farmer
ISBN : 9780575119680
Genre : Fiction
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Genghis Khan, Alice, Sir Richard Burton, Mark Twain, Peter Frigate, and millions of others mysteriously resurrected on the planet Riverworld wander along the planet's twisting river in search of the master beings who brought them all back to life.
Category: Fiction

Notan

Author : Dorr Bothwell
ISBN : 9780486136301
Genre : Art
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Guiding principle of Eastern art and design, focusing on the interaction between positive and negative space, demonstrated in six problems of progressive difficulty. Solutions will fascinate artists and designers. 101 illustrations.
Category: Art

The Journal Of Hellenic Studies

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ISBN : PRNC:32101076452992
Genre : Electronic journals
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Vols. 1-8, 1880-87, plates published separately and numbered I-LXXXIII.
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Modern Masters Volume 27 Ron Garney

Author : George Khoury
ISBN : 1605490407
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Ron Garney knows how to tell a story on the comics page. He can draw cinematic blockbuster action with the best of them, as his iconic runs on Captain America, Wolverine, and Weapon X will attest. But he also excels at depicting the quiet moments. There is emotional nuance in his work, which elevates every story he illustrates. Join authors George Khoury and Eric Nolen-Weathington--along with Jason Aaron, Tom Palmer, Alex Ross, and friends--as they present the art and career of Ron Garney, Modern Master! This book documents his stellar career by virtue of an exhaustive interview with Garney, where he explains his creative process, and presents a wealth of rare and unseen art, including a gallery of commissioned pieces, many in full-color. Like never before, this book lets you experience the work and wonder of this master of modern comic art: Ron Garney!
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Transactions

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ISBN : SRLF:D0005672050
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Keramic Studio

Author : Anna B. Leonard
ISBN : STANFORD:36105022868629
Genre : Art
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Romanticism At The End Of History

Author : Jerome Christensen
ISBN : 0801879035
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Romantics lived through a turn of the century that, like our own, seemed to mark an end to history as it had long been understood. They faced accelerated change, including unprecedented state power, armies capable of mass destruction, a polyglot imperial system, and a market economy driven by speculation. In Romanticism at the End of History, Jerome Christensen challenges the prevailing belief that the Romantics were reluctant to respond to social injustice. Through provocative and searching readings of the poetry of Wordsworth; the poems, criticism, and journalism of Coleridge; the Confessions of De Quincey; and Sir Walter Scott's Waverley, Christensen concludes that during complicated times of war and revolution English Romantic writers were forced to redefine their role as artists.
Category: Literary Criticism