American War Cinema and Media since Vietnam Patricia Keeton 2013-08-28 No other cinematic genre more sharply illustrates the contradictions of American society - notions about social class, politics, and socio-economic ideology - than the war film. This book examines the latest cycle of war films to reveal how they mediate and negotiate the complexities of war, class, and a military-political mission largely gone bad.
The Montauk Book of the Living Peter Moon 2008-10-10 An anthology of synchronicity by Peter Moon based upon his experiences of quantum phenomena surrounding Montauk Point. Occult secrets are discovered which lead to new revelations concerning the Egyptian pyramids, Mars and the ancient Pharoahs of Montauk. This includes a new look at the ancient Blue Race and heralds a new time period known as the Second Coming of the Pharoahs. Heuristic investigation leads to the true meaning of the apocalypse and exposes the scientific facts behind the mystical Virgin Birth.
Crossword Lists Anne Stibbs 2005
Anagram Solver Bloomsbury Publishing 2009-01-01 Anagram Solver is the essential guide to cracking all types of quiz and crossword featuring anagrams. Containing over 200,000 words and phrases, Anagram Solver includes plural noun forms, palindromes, idioms, first names and all parts of speech. Anagrams are grouped by the number of letters they contain with the letters set out in alphabetical order so that once the letters of an anagram are arranged alphabetically, finding the solution is as easy as locating the word in a dictionary.
Horror Zone Ian Conrich 2010 In his landmark Introduction to the American Horror Film, Robin Wood noted that horror "has consistently been one of the most popular and, at the same time, the most disreputable of Hollywood genres." Horror is still immensely popular but its assimilation into our culture continues apace. In Horror Zone, leading international writers on horror take horror out into the world beyond cinema screens to explore the interconnections between the films and modern media and entertainment industries, economies and production practices, cultural and political forums, spectators and fans. They critically examine the ways in which the horror genre functions in all its multifarious forms, for example the Friday the 13th films as modern grand guignol, the relationship between the contemporary horror film and the theme park ride, horror as art house cinema, connections between pornography and the horror film and the place of special effects in this most respectable of Hollywood genres.
Chipper the Chipmunk Sam T. Scaling MD. 2020-01-14 Chipper loves to play. He has many friends and visits them every day. Chipper's positive outlook makes him the most loveable chipmunk in the forest.
Twelve Years a Slave Solomon Northup 101-01-01 "Having been born a freeman, and for more than thirty years enjoyed the blessings of liberty in a free State—and having at the end of that time been kidnapped and sold into Slavery, where I remained, until happily rescued in the month of January, 1853, after a bondage of twelve years—it has been suggested that an account of my life and fortunes would not be uninteresting to the public." -an excerpt
Colors and Shapes, Preschool School Specialty Publishing 2006-03 Skills for Scholars Colors & Shapes provides young children with a strong foundation of early learning skills essential for school success. Offering preschoolers 80 pages of full-color activities that teach them size, colors, numbers, and shapes. Featuring perforated pages, easy-to-follow directions and complete answer key children will have fun learning colors and shapes! The popular Skills for Scholars Workbook series offers a full complement of instruction, activities, and information in 51 subject-specific workbooks. Encompassing preschool to grade 6, this series covers key subjects including basic skills, English & grammar, math, phonics, reading, science, and Spanish. This series is designed for students who need intervention or enrichment and gives them a solid foundation in key skills necessary for success in the classroom
The Photomontages of Hannah Höch Santiago Piedrafita 1996 Here, in the first comprehensive survey of her work by an American museum, authors Peter Boswell, Maria Makela, and Carolyn Lanchner survey the full scope of Hoch's half-century of experimentation in photomontage - from her politically charged early works and intimate psychological portraits of the Weimar era to her later forays into surrealism and abstraction.
Intelligent Projects Using Python Santanu Pattanayak 2019-01-31 This book includes 9 projects on building smart and practical AI-based systems. These projects cover solutions to different domain-specific problems in healthcare, e-commerce and more. With this book, you will apply different machine learning and deep learning techniques and learn how to build your own intelligent applications for smart ...
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Cut with the Kitchen Knife Maud Lavin 1993 The women of Weimar Germany had an uneasy alliance with modernity: while they experienced cultural liberation after World War I, these New Women still faced restrictions in their earning power, political participation, and reproductive freedom. Images of women in newspapers, films, magazines, and fine art of the 1920s, reflected their ambiguous social role, for the women who were pictured working in factories, wearing androgynous fashions, or enjoying urban nightlife seemed to be at once empowered and ornamental, both consumers and products of the new culture. In this book Maud Lavin investigates the multilayered social construction of femininity in the mass culture of Weimar Germany, focusing on the photomontages of the avant-garde artist Hannah Hoch.
Alberto Giacometti, Francis Bacon Alberto Giacometti 2008 This book shows the work of Alberto Giacometti and Francis Bacon which was inspired by Isabel Rawsthorne. Isabel herself was an artist who moved to Paris in the mid-1930s and both the artists had a unique and special relationship with Isabel at different times in their lives.
The Word Rhythm Dictionary Timothy Polashek 2014-04-18 This new kind of dictionary reflects the use of “rhythm rhymes” by rappers, poets, and songwriters of today. Users can look up words to find collections of words that have the same rhythm as the original and are useable in ways that are familiar to us in everything from vers libre poetry to the lyrics and music of Bob Dylan and hip hop groups.
Experiencing Film Music Kenneth LaFave 2017-04-01 Of all the elements that combine to make movies, music sometimes seems the forgotten stepchild. Yet it is an integral part of the cinematic experience. Minimized as mere “background music,” film scores enrich visuals with emotional mood and intensity, underscoring directors’ intentions, enhancing audiences’ reactions, driving the narrative forward, and sometimes even subverting all three. Trying to imagine The Godfather or Lawrence of Arabia with a different score is as difficult as imagining them featuring a different cast. In Experiencing Film Music: A Listener’s Companion, Kenneth LaFave guides the reader through the history, ideas, personalities, and visions that have shaped the music we hear on the big screen. Looking back to the music improvised for early silent movies, LaFave traces the development of the film score from such early epic masterpieces as Max Steiner’s work for Gone With the Wind, Bernard Herrmann’s musical creations for Alfred Hitchcock’s thrillers, Jerry Goldsmith’s sonic presentation of Chinatown, and Ennio Morricone’s distinctive rewrite of the Western genre, to John Williams’ epoch-making Jaws and Star Wars. LaFave also brings readers into the present with looks at the work over the last decade and a half of Hans Zimmer, Alan Silvestre, Carter Brey, and Danny Elfman. Experiencing Film Music: A Listener’s Companion opens the ears of film-goers to the nuance behind movie music, laying out in simple, non-technical language how composers and directors map what we hear to what we see—and, not uncommonly, back again.
Francis Bacon Martin Harrison 2008 "In 1949 Francis Bacon found his subject - the human body - and from then on it remained his principal theme. But he did not paint from life. Instead he appropriated images from the mass media that he manipulated into his 'studies'. His paintings bore witness to the shattered psychology of the time and shot him to a prominence that hardly diminished over the next fifty years, and that continues to rise." "This book presents many of the 'working documents' about which Bacon was entirely secretive but which, it emerges, were integral to his creative process. Culled from thousands of pieces of original material found in his studio, including newspapers, magazines, books and photographs, these items have each been exhaustively and minutely researched, providing for the first time comprehensive details of the artist's sources. This base material - folded, torn, clipped and spattered with paint - underwent an alchemical transformation frond mundane matter into new images." "Nearly all previously unseen, these visually thrilling documents demonstrate Bacon's tactile, visceral relationship with his sources, and his unerring eye for seeking out visual stimulation in the most unexpected places. His paintings emerged from a dialogue between great art of the past and photographic imagery of the present: and, as a painter of the transient, his work also shared the pulse and flicker of his other significant inspiration, early cinema. His fascination with medium itself - the texture of paint, the quality of newsprint, the techniques of mechanical reproduction of both the still and moving image - throws light on the nature of Bacon's points of contact with the twentieth century."--BOOK JACKET.
Junta from Brisvegas Josiah Navarro 2021-10 Josiah Navarro's Junta artwork including contributions from 130+ artists from all over the world.
Sex and Sexuality Richard D. McAnulty 2006 This three-volume overview and summary of research data on a wide variety of sexual topics attempts to review what is known about human sexuality and how we know it.
Where Gods Dare Scott Kinkade 2017-03-19 Having won the God Games, Ev and his friends are given the location of the Flawless Few's base on the moon. But before they can act, a surprise attack by Zero Grade takes away the powers of almost every god on Narska. With only a handful of gods left, the students decide to take the fight to their enemy. However, this may turn out to be a suicide mission when the Flawless Few reveal the true extent of their power. Can our heroes overcome a twisted prison warden, brainwashed moon people, cybernetic enhancements and city-smashing weapons to save mankind from enslavement?
Face of Our Time August Sander 1994 Sixty portraits of twentieth-century Germans.
Ghostbusters: Artbook Printed in Blood 2020-05-19 Printed in Blood is proud to present Ghostbusters: Artbook—an exclusive, fully illustrated celebration of the iconic film franchise, featuring hundreds of unique art pieces from creators all over the world. Celebrating the legacy of the pop culture classic, Ghostbusters, this deluxe, hardcover art book features an ectoplasmic jackpot of brand-new, exclusive artwork inspired by the most iconic paranormal investigators in cinematic history. Bringing together brilliant artists from animation, comics, fine art, and beyond, Ghostbusters: Artbook showcases incredible artwork inspired by the iconic 1984 film. Filled with unique interpretations of fan-favorite characters such as the Ghostbusting team, Slimer, Gozer, and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, this deluxe art book shows that decades later there’s still only one team to call—Ghostbusters!
The Dada Painters and Poets Hugo Ball 1989 Presents a collection of essays, manifestos, and illustrations that provide an overview of the Dada movement in art, describing its convictions, antics, and spirit, through the words and art of its principal practitioners.
Scrutiny; 6 Anonymous 2021-09-09 This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. To ensure a quality reading experience, this work has been proofread and republished using a format that seamlessly blends the original graphical elements with text in an easy-to-read typeface. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
Snowpiercer Vol. 3: Terminus Olivier Bocquet 2020-07-21 A brand new edition the stunning graphic novel which inspired the Oscar-winning movie starring Chris Evans (Captain America, Fantastic Four) and Netflix/TNT series starring Jennifer Connelly and Hamilton's Daveed Diggs! The inspiration for the highly-anticipated TNT TV series that airs Spring 2020, experience the original post-apocalyptic world of Snowpiercer from award-winning creators Olivier Bocquet and Jean-Marc Rochette! On a future, frozen Earth, humanity has been packed onto self-sustaining trains, doomed to circumnavigate the globe until the end of the interminable ice age - or until the engines give out. When a scrap of music piques their interest, the inhabitants of the Icebreaker take the ultimate risk and cross the frozen ocean, a vast expanse with no train tracks... and no way to return to them. The bestselling post-apocalyptic graphic novel series that inspired the movie by Oscar winning director Bong Joon Ho (Parasite) and critically acclaimed TNT/Netflix TV show.
Merriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary Merriam-Webster, Inc 2002 "New! An easy-to-use, alphabetical guide for creating rhymes. Features 55,000 headwords with pronunciations at every entry. Lists arranged alphabetically and by number of syllables, with thousands of cross-references to guide readers to correct entries."
Irish Science Fiction Jack Fennell 2014 Irish Science Fiction revisits a critical paradigm that has often been overlooked or dismissed by science fiction scholars - namely, that science fiction can be understood in terms of myth. Science fiction springs from pseudo-science rather than 'proper' science, because pseudo-science is more easily converted into narrative; in this book it is argued that different cultures produce distinct pseudo-sciences, and thus, unique science fiction traditions. Fennell's innovative framework is used to examine Irish science fiction from the 1850s to the present day, covering material written both in Irish and in English. Considering science fiction novels and short stories in their historical context, Irish Science Fiction analyses a body of literature that has largely been ignored by Irish literature researchers. This is the first book to focus exclusively on Irish science fiction, and the first to consider Irish-language stories and novels alongside works published in English.
An Approach to the Book of Mormon Hugh Nibley 1964
A Very Anxious Feeling Amethyst Rey Beaver 2020-10-30 Organized by the Taubman Museum of Art featuring works from the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection, "A Very Anxious Feeling: Voices of Unrest in the American Experience" shines light on the widespread feelings of anxiety in contemporary art. Referencing both collective and personal anxieties, the works in this exhibition highlight intersectional voices sharing their dissent, joy, and transcendence. The exhibition amplifies the voices and experiences of Latinx and Latin American artists living and working in the United States, with all works acquired by Beth Rudin DeWoody over the past 20 years.The show includes more than 70 works by 58 artists including Farley Aguilar, Carlos Almaraz, Candida Alvarez, Jose Alvarez (D.O.P.A.), Firelei Báez, Margarita Cabrera, Gisela Colón, Sebastian Errazuriz, Monica Kim Garza, Ramiro Gomez, Patrick Martinez, Ana Mendieta, Zilia Sánchez, Eduardo Sarabia, Cecilia Vicuña, and William Villalongo, among others. "A Very Anxious Feeling: Voices of Unrest in the American Experience; 20 Years of the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection" is curated by Amethyst Rey Beaver, Assistant Curator, 21c Museum Hotels and Eva Thornton, Assistant Curator, Taubman Museum of Art in collaboration with Laura Dvorkin and Maynard Monrow of the Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection. Exhibition and educational support is generously presented by The Dorothea L. Leonhardt Foundation, Inc., the Dorothea Leonhardt Fund at the Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc., and Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo. Additional sponsorship support provided by the Roanoke Arts Commission of the City of Roanoke and Blue Ridge Beverage.
Tomb Raider #1 Gail Simone 2014-02-26 Superstar writer Gail Simone picks up Lara Croft's story where the smash hit Tomb Raider game left off—in a new ongoing comics series! Following the game acclaimed for its bold and sophisticated new vision, this series launches Lara Croft on the formative adventures that will change her life forever! The official continuation of Lara Croft's story! The 2013 video game sold over 3.5 million copies! "Tomb Raider is the quintessential example of a reboot done right."—Gaming Trend
Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film: Academy Awards - Crime Films Barry Keith Grant 2007 This reference source covers all aspects of the cinema, including film history, production, national cinemas, genre theory and criticism, and cultural contexts.
This is Not Architecture Kester Rattenbury 2005-08-04 This is Not Architecture assembles architectural writers of different kinds - historians, theorists, journalists, computer game designers, technologists, film-makers and architects - to discuss the characteristics, cultures, limitations and bias of the different kinds of media, and to build up an argument as to how this complex culture of representations is constructed.
Blue-Ribbon Friends Lyn Calder 1991 When an afternoon of game-playing turns sour as Penny and Daisy lose and begin to sulk, Minnie sets things right again.
Pro Full-Text Search in SQL Server 2008 Hilary Cotter 2009-01-29 Businesses today want actionable insights into their data—they want their data to reveal itself to them in a natural and user–friendly form. What could be more natural than human language? Natural–language search is at the center of a storm of ever–increasing web–driven demand for human–computer communication and information access. SQL Server 2008 provides the tools to take advantage of the features of its built–in enterprise–level natural–language search engine in the form of integrated full–text search (iFTS). iFTS uses text–aware relational queries to provide your users with fast access to content. Whether you want to set up an enterprise–wide Internet or intranet search engine or create less ambitious natural–language search applications, this book will teach you how to get the most out of SQL Server 2008 iFTS: Introducing powerful iFTS features in SQL Server, such as the FREETEXT and CONTAINS predicates, custom thesauruses, and stop lists Showing you how to optimize full–text query performance through features like full–text indexes and iFilters Providing examples that help you understand and apply the power of iFTS in your daily projects
Teachings of the Book of Mormon Hugh Nibley 2004-07-01
These Evil Things We Do Mick Garris 2020-05-26 He's taken you to haunted hotels, into the lairs of dangerous creatures, and even to the end of the world. Now, master of horror Mick Garris wants to invite you along on a journey into the realm of the most terrifying thing of all: man. From a plastic surgeon with a uniquely disturbing approach to his job to a deranged child genius obsessed with his teacher, These Evil Things We Do: The Mick Garris Collection explores mankind's capacity for limitless evil-and how often that evil hides in plain sight. Previously only available in limited print-runs, this collection brings together four of Garris' works for the first time in a single volume, along with a brand new novella, Free, available exclusively here. So indulge your own inner monster and come along for these five fearsome tales of human wickedness... just don't be tempted to commit any evil deeds of your own."Mick Garris is one hell of a filmmaker. He's elevated my work and that of everyone else he's worked with. Of course that makes him a little PSYCHO..."- Stephen King "Who'd have thought that one of the nicest guys in show business had a secret sideline turning out sinister little short stories and novellas? Mick Garris's creepy, claustrophobic tales feel like sitting in on a group therapy session with some of LA's most damaged souls, each one whispering their own precisely detailed road map to their personal circles of Hell right into your horrified ears." - Grady Hendrix, Author Paperbacks from Hell"The esteemed Master of Horror Mick Garris weaves bone-chilling tales of terror in this amazing new collection. Travel from the heart of Los Angeles to a boys' academy in the United Kingdom and then into the mind of madness itself. Garris weaves unnerving stories and streams of consciousness that examine the truly demented psyche of humanity and explore our deepest desires and nightmares." - Dr. Rebekah McKendry, Host of Shock Waves Podcast "If anyone knows horror, it's Mick Garris. He's the real deal, and one of the first fans to cross over to creator, wearing every genre hat along the way: publicist, documentarian, screenwriter, director. He's as steeped in scares as is humanly possible, and here in this collection of short stories we have pure, distilled Mick: a terrifying tipple, bottled at the source." - Phil Nobile Jr., EIC FANGORIA Magazine
Single Parents and Their Children 1989
Musique Fantastique Randall D. Larson 1985 This book discusses the use of scores in horror, science fiction and fantasy films, covering the 1930's to the 1980's, with chapters on Herrmann, Goldsmith, Rózsa, Japanese monster movies, Hammer horror movies, John Williams, electronic music and how classical music has been integrated into these film genres.
Reign of Darkness Ariana Nash 2020-11-26 "Know your place, Nikolas." "Under the heel of your boot, Your Highness?" After a terrible inferno destroys the Caville palace, and with the people of Loreen turned against him, Prince Vasili is left with no choice but to flee his ancestral home, leaving his brother Amir to proclaim himself King. But Vasili's life isn't the only one left in ashes. King Amir has not forgotten Nikolas Yazdan-a lord's bastard son and Vasili's favorite pet. With forbidden power in his veins, Amir has become more than Niko can fight alone. Thrust together with Vasili once more, Niko must travel south, to a land of pirates and thieves, of mystery and magic. A land of opportunity for a manipulative prince and his reluctant assassin. But just as Nikolas begins to believe Vasili might be worth fighting for-that Loreen can be saved with Vasili on the throne-the dark flame trapped in the royal bloodline unravels its ancient bonds. One prince must control the unrelenting power desperate for its escape. The other must die. Niko thought he knew which prince he could trust, but he's been fooled before and as Vasili's true motives are revealed, Niko finds himself at the mercy of Prince Vasili once more. Only this time, there's more than love at stake. The fate of the world rests on Niko discovering the truth about the flame, about the cursed Cavilles, and his place in their doomed destiny.
The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain: Volume 7, The Twentieth Century and Beyond Andrew Nash 2019-05-31 The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain is an authoritative series which surveys the history of publishing, bookselling, authorship and reading in Britain. This seventh and final volume surveys the twentieth and twenty-first centuries from a range of perspectives in order to create a comprehensive guide, from growing professionalisation at the beginning of the twentieth century, to the impact of digital technologies at the end. Its multi-authored focus on the material book and its manufacture broadens to a study of the book's authorship and readership, and its production and dissemination via publishing and bookselling. It examines in detail key market sectors over the course of the period, and concludes with a series of essays concentrating on aspects of book history: the book in wartime; class, democracy and value; books and other media; intellectual property and copyright; and imperialism and post-imperialism.
Civil Warrior Guy T. Saperstein 2003 "I Never Thought I Would Lose a Case," says Guy T. Saperstein, recalling his life fighting for the underdog and for social change in his autobiography Civil Warrior: Memoirs of a Civil Rights Attorney. He very rarely did. In his more than 25 years of pioneering civil rights law, Saperstein's firm successfully prosecuted the largest race, sex and age-discrimination lawsuits in American history. His firm defeated Denny's Restaurants in the infamous race discrimination case. His biggest case -- a 23-year sex discrimination lawsuit against State Farm Insurance -- ended when, State Farm finally admitted, "We were like Robert Duran in the ring with Sugar Ray Leonard, and we said, 'No mas!'" Saperstein is well known for his colorful, take-no-prisoners style in and out of court. Civil Warrior reflects that bold style, making intricate points of law accessible, and revealing how justice really works in America today. Book jacket.

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