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Glass Moon Over Images Of Sand

Author : Edel Romay
ISBN : 9781463338282
Genre : Fiction
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Glass Moon Over Images of Sand presents a collage of brief narratives woven to stir the imagination. In these pieces, the author creates absurd realism the coexistence of the absurd within what people call human reality. This book speaks to its readers with real fiction of edited memories. This collection of short narratives exposes readers to contemplate yesterday as a dream. Romay describes it as something like what some writers experience within that encounter with absence when they internalize themselves into a sheet of blank paper in the present progressive digital world. Unquestionably, that "yesterday" that once was "today" is suspended in that labyrinth of memory. After all, this narrative subscribes to the premise that "Reality only exists in language." The reason is that the reality of this work manifests itself if readers continue to read it offering more than one reading.
Category: Fiction

Empty Cities Of The Full Moon

Author : Howard V. Hendrix
ISBN : 9781101208052
Genre : Fiction
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Venturing into a universe different from where his previous novels—Lightpaths, Standing Wave, and Better Angels—were set, Howard V. Hendrix tackles one of life's most enduring questions: What does it mean to be human? In a dramatically altered near-future, the world's newest technology resurrects a plague of apparent global madness that not only destroys ten thousand years of urban civilization, but also creates a world under the sway of the full moon—and a human race transformed in astonishing ways.
Category: Fiction

Liliana Porter And The Art Of Simulation

Author : Florencia Bazzano-Nelson
ISBN : 9781351560115
Genre : Art
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Visually appealing, conceptually startling, and intellectually engaging-these phrases aptly describe the art of Liliana Porter. Florencia Bazzano-Nelson's study focuses on the principal theme in the Argentine-born artist's work since the 1970s: her playful but subversive dismantling of the limits that separate everyday reality from the world of illusion and simulacra. Over the years, Porter's own evolving interest in perception lead the author to explore a series of interconnected and timely issues in her artistic production, such as the representative function of art, the structural links between art and language, and the witty re-signification of the art-historical images and mass-produced kitsch figurines she has so often featured in her art. Strongly founded in critical theory, Bazzano-Nelson's approach considers Porter's art as the site of conceptually exciting dialogues with Jorge Luis Borges, Ren?agritte, Michel Foucault, and Jean Baudrillard. Her carefully crafted interdisciplinary analysis not only combines art-historical, literary, and theoretical perspectives but also addresses the artist's work in different media, such as printmaking, conceptual art, photography, and film.
Category: Art

Daniel Snow And The Sapphire Moon

Author : Aiswarya Arul
ISBN : 1456899708
Genre : Fiction
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Daniel Snow was an ordinary guy with a boring life but he had big dreams to become a great adventurer just like his uncle. His dreams come true when his uncle mysteriously dies and leaves an object in his possession — a can! This can unexpectedly pulls him into a bizarre trip around the world with an amazing girl. In this adventure, he finds himself in deep trouble from thieving assassins and ancient mysteries of the tribe while searching for the amazing treasure his uncle died trying to find—the Sapphire Moon. Will he find it or will his search end as badly as it did for his uncle?
Category: Fiction

Images Of Earth

Author : Peter Francis
ISBN : UCSC:32106007009324
Genre : Science
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Category: Science

Scientific American

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924071607208
Genre : Mechanics
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Category: Mechanics