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Orgoglio & pregiudizio. Simple & Madama
Author: Lorenza Di Sepio
ISBN: 8877597933
Pages: 64
Year: 2015-02
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Opera in Seventeenth-Century Venice
Author: Ellen Rosand
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520254260
Pages: 710
Year: 2007-10-09
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"In this elegantly constructed study of the early decades of public opera, the conflicts and cooperation of poets, composers, managers, designers, and singers—producing the art form that was soon to sweep the world and that has been dominant ever since—are revealed in their first freshness."—Andrew Porter "This will be a standard work on the subject of the rise of Venetian opera for decades. Rosand has provided a decisive contribution to the reshaping of the entire subject. . . . She offers a profoundly new view of baroque opera based on a solid documentary and historical-critical foundation. The treatment of the artistic self-consciousness and professional activities of the librettists, impresarios, singers, and composers is exemplary, as is the examination of their reciprocal relations. This work will have a positive effect not only on studies of 17th-century, but on the history of opera in general."—Lorenzo Bianconi
The Shadow and Bone Trilogy
Author: Leigh Bardugo
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)
ISBN: 1627799540
Pages: 1248
Year: 2015-11-17
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In a lavish world where darkness reigns and science collides with superstition, Alina Starkov has the power to save her country...but it comes with a price in The Grisha Trilogy by New York Times-bestselling author Leigh Bardugo. Included in this bundle are Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, and Ruin and Rising.
Harlan Ellison's dream corridor
Author: Harlan Ellison, Mark Waid, Gerard Jones, Steve Niles, John Ostrander
Pages: 152
Year: 2007-03-28
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Presents a collection of Harlan Ellison's imaginative stories adapted by various illustrators into comic-book format.
Germaine Dulac
Author: Tami Williams
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252096363
Pages: 296
Year: 2014-06-15
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Best known for directing the Impressionist classic The Smiling Madame Beudet and the first Surrealist film The Seashell and the Clergyman, Germaine Dulac, feminist and pioneer of 1920s French avant-garde cinema, made close to thirty fiction films as well as numerous documentaries and newsreels. Through her filmmaking, writing, and cine-club activism, Dulac’s passionate defense of the cinema as a lyrical art and social practice had a major influence on twentieth century film history and theory. In Germaine Dulac: A Cinema of Sensations, Tami Williams makes unprecedented use of the filmmaker's personal papers, production files, and archival film prints to produce the first full-length historical study and critical biography of Dulac. Williams's analysis explores the artistic and sociopolitical currents that shaped Dulac's approach to cinema while interrogating the ground breaking techniques and strategies she used to critique conservative notions of gender and sexuality. Moving beyond the director’s work of the 1920s, Williams examines Dulac's largely ignored 1930s documentaries and newsreels establishing clear links with the more experimental impressionist and abstract works of her early period. This vivid portrait will be of interest to general readers, as well as to scholars of cinema and visual culture, performance, French history, women’s studies, queer cinema, in addition to studies of narrative avant-garde, experimental, and documentary film history and theory.
Not So Quiet...
Author: Helen Zenna Smith
Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY
ISBN: 1558616322
Pages: 304
Year: 1993-01-01
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Praised by the Chicago Sun-Times for its “furious, indignant power,” this story offers a rare, funny, bitter, and feminist look at war. First published in London in 1930, Not So Quiet... (on the Western Front) describes a group of British women ambulance drivers on the French front lines during World War I, surviving shell fire, cold, and their punishing commandant, "Mrs. Bitch." The novel takes the guise of an autobiography by Smith, pseudonym for Evadne Price. The novel's power comes from Smith's outrage at the senselessness of war, at her country's complacent patriotism, and her own daily contact with the suffering and the wounded.
An Accidental Death
ISBN: 1512200735
Pages: 31
Year: 1993
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The Cultural Importance of Florentine Patricians
ISBN: 9461696477
Pages: 462
Year: 2015
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Autobiography of a Geisha
Author: 小夜·増田
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231129505
Pages: 185
Year: 2003
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First-person account of the life of a geisha in the middle of the twentieth century.
Where Angels Fear to Tread
Author: Edward Morgan Forster
Pages: 184
Year: 1920
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Crime Suspenstories
Author: Al Feldstein, Wallace Wood
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
ISBN: 150670039X
Pages: 216
Year: 2017-01-05
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"This volume collects Crime SuspenStories #7-#12, originally published between October 1951 and September 1952 by I. C. Publishing Co., Inc."
Give Me Liberty
Author: Frank Miller, Dave Gibbons
ISBN: 1569710678
Pages: 208
Year: 1994-12-01
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Heroes don't always come out of West Point or the Oval Office; sometimes
The Panic Wall
Author: Alick Rowe
ISBN: 0749717726
Pages: 188
Year: 1994-10-31
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Gary, who has come with his parents to live at a small pub in a new town, eventually discovers the strength to cope with his acute shyness and the way out of his miseries. Suggested level: secondary.
Aruito. Moving Forward
Author: Nagamu Nanaji
ISBN: 8869203468
Pages: 192
Year: 2016
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Author: René Wellek
Pages: 387
Year: 1970
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