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Colleen Herr By Colleen Herr
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Colleen Herr Architecture + Health Graduate Studio Work
Colleen Herr By Colleen Herr
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Colleen Herr Architecture + Health Graduate Studio Work
Herr Macbeth By Gary Devore
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Herr Macbeth – A Shakespearean comedy in two acts. In early 1933, an inept theater company in a drab and weary Berlin is attempting to mount a production of Macbeth. As scenery falls... More > over, actors forget their lines, and everyone tries to figure out what exactly the antiquated lines mean, the world changes outside. Hitler and his National Socialists come to power, and very quickly the brutal deeds of a fictional Scottish thane pale in comparison to those of the new Führer. Those who suddenly find themselves outlaws in their own country must now find a way to survive. As it turns out, this Shakespeare fellow might actually have a thing or two to say about that.< Less
HERR KORBES : SHORT STORY By Grimm Brothers
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A cock and a hen go to Herr Korbes's house in a carriage. Along the way, they pick up a millstone, an egg, a duck, a pin, and a needle. Herr Korbes is not at home; they go in and when he returns,... More > they attack him...< Less
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The Murderer's Son By Joseph Herr
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On February 20th of 1967, Richard Herr plead guilty to the brutal murder of Grand Ledge houswife Betty Reynolds. From the moment the Eaton County, MI court accepted his plea however, Richard Herr... More > has professed his innocence. In March of 2011, Richard Herr published a book titled Inside-Outside: to be continued in which he tells his story of the murder as well as how he was denied his day in court by the legal system and pressured into pleading guily. He continues to profess his innocence of the brutal crime as he leads the reader to other possible suspects. Joseph Herr, The Murderer's Son, investigates his father's story and reveals facts on the case and trial that have never been made public until now. He also tells his own story, detailing how being the murderer's son has effected his own life.< Less
The Murderer's Son By Joseph Herr
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On February 20th of 1967, Richard Herr plead guilty to the brutal murder of Grand Ledge houswife Betty Reynolds. From the moment the Eaton County, MI circuit court accepted his plea however, Richard... More > Herr has professed his innocence. In March of 2011, Richard Herr published a book titled Inside-Outside: to be continued in which he tells his story of the murder as well as how he was denied his day in court by the legal system and pressured into pleading guily. He continues to profess his innocence of the brutal crime as he leads the reader to other possible suspects. Joseph Herr, The Murderer's Son, investigates his father's story and reveals facts on the case and trial that have never been made public until now. He also tells his own story, detailing how being the murderer's son has effected his own life.< Less
Random Acts of Kindness 2015 By Terrence Herr
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To celebrate my 20th anniversary in the financial planning profession, we set off to make a difference in the lives of our clients and their communities. The stories in this book are the Random Acts... More > of Kindness performed by our clients.< Less
portraits of California wildlife 2016 By Douglas Herr
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Spectacular photographs of wildlife in California by Douglas Herr
The Portuguese Republic at One Hundred By Richard Herr
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In October 1910 a revolution drove out the king of Portugal and established the Portuguese Republic. In 1926 a military coup overthrew the parliamentary system and led to the authoritarian regime of... More > Salazar, but in April 1974 a revolution led by the military restored the parliamentary republic. In this book edited by Richard Herr (Berkeley) and António Costa Pinto (Lisbon), eighteen Portuguese and American authors present essays in celebration of the centennial of the Portuguese Republic. With a review of its course and needs for the future, they offer an assessment of accomplishments of the two periods of the republic, the nature of republican institutions, the role of women in politics and letters, and the republic’s social, economic, religious, and environmental policies. Much thought has gone into analyzing the two revolutions, the challenge of an authoritarian tradition, and the difficulties posed for establishing a workable parliamentary government with a democratic suffrage.< Less