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Dalai Lama : A Talkathon Scroll By Som Ranchan
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Som Ranchan is a well known Indian English poet-a poet of many voices. One of his voices excelled in capturing personalities secular and spiritual such as those of Ramkrishna, Mother Sharda, Christ,... More > Vivekananda etcetera. This poem Dalai Lama: A Talkathon Scroll is in the same vein. Poetry apart Som Ranchan has authored critical books in various fields: spirituality, therapy, psychology, myth, folklore, literature, literary criticism, political theory etcetera. Nearly sixty titles of his works are being carried by Amazon and other web sites. Dalai Lama: A Talkathon Scroll, carved in ninety two short continuous poems, captures the personality, mission and mystique of His Holiness, using history, psychology, Buddhism, and the present socio-cultural global scenario using his life narrative in terms of depth psychology of Joseph Campbell and Yung and other referentially concepts of mana including the hole spectrum of Tibetan Buddhism from Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana.< Less
More Three Dimensional Boxes By Andrew H. Kuharevicz
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POP THIS BOOK SERIES #1: A short story collection written by Andrew H. Kuharevicz. Part Science Fiction, Horror, Classic Literary, Spontaneous Prose, Surrealism, Adventure, Philosophical, A Comedy,... More > Really Far Out There, sort of a Novel, Maybe Novella, Maybe World Builder, Future Teller. A Book. Like the Twilight Zone. The Outer Limits. The Lion Tamer. The Director. Now. Controls. All. You. See. POP. THIS. BOOK. There’s pages full of ideas and slow starts that could expand into full books but are cut off and ended before they get the chance, and some only take up a single page but each story is its own, like a puzzle piece in the narrative where the main protagonist, named Henry Oldfield, is having his adventures. Themes run all over the place and some are defined and some are not aware they are even there: From postmodern theory, and life after death, space travel, and there’s hope and fear and lazy days of talking and stories about the end of the world. DOT DOT DOT Published by West Vine Press.< Less
The First Book I Wish I'd Had at Art College By Ib Vindbjerg
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Pocket size edition, same contents as the larger 6x9 format. 'A very powerful little book that fits in a coat pocket. I am on my third reading of the book and still getting something out of it. An... More > essential read for all art students and a great read for anyone even mildly interested in art. The book achieves its objective in helping to broaden and enrich one’s art experience. An excellent book.' Amazon customer review. Inspired by Ken Wilber's essay 'Integral Art and Literary Theory' the book consists of eight perspectives on art. These reflect changing currents in the art world, and are here applied side by side to help you lay a foundation for an enriched engagement with art. Ib Vindbjerg is an artist and art lecturer and has worked at Central St. Martins College of Art, Tate Modern and other art institutions In London. He wrote this book as the first book he wished he'd had when he started art college.< Less
Art of Plagiarism By Mykyta Isagulov
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Informative mixture of theoretical parts and hundreds of examples, this book can help you plunge in the bottomless world of plagiarism, see the well-known cases of adaptation of plots, as well as... More > change your opinion about the world of arts in general. In case theory has never been your strong side, you can easily find thousands of examples, known and forgotten, from all the historic epochs. They will not leave you indifferent, as they provide the answers to great many questions, among them: Who of the ancient Greek poets inspired the anthem of the United States? Who is the most recognisable literary character in the world? Which German poet stands among the top-three best-selling poets in the US? Who is the photographer who forced 178 celebrities to jump for his portfolio? Whose works got illustrations made by a real Queen? Which Italian architect was called the Father of American Architecture by U.S. Congress? Whose name was given to a paint pigment, a beard and a costume?< Less
ROBERT E. HOWARD, The Supreme Moment: A Biography By Francis DiPietro
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Robert Ervin Howard, author of hundreds of stories and poems, spent his days in what he perceived to be literary obscurity. He took his life on June 11, 1936 with little inkling that his works would... More > establish a vibrant new genre and become equal to the likes of JRR Tolkien. Now you are invited to share in this bold and perceptive retelling of a life made more remarkable by its brilliant spell of self-imposed brevity. The Supreme Moment presents compelling new theories and is packed with over 70 relevant period photos, including such gems as the 1927 Pageant of Pulchritude which Howard attended in Galveston (and what seems to be Howard himself in the background), as well as stories and images from Howard’s haunt of Brownwood, TX in the 1930s. Author of over 20 books, DiPietro's earlier Howard credentials include 1995's "The Orange Phoenix," a parody to the REH Conan tale "The Hour of the Dragon," and its sequel "The Death Scrolls," both available today in one volume as "The Phoenix & The Scrolls."< Less
Homem em cena: a máscara da masculinidade By Juan Stacul
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"In this book, Dr. Stacul approaches this subject from an interdisciplinary perspective, easily integrating into his analysis of the works elements from gender theory, film studies, and literary... More > theory; he weaves his arguments, drawing from Butler to Benveniste to Barthes, elegantly and seamlessly. Beyond its sheer theoretical elegance, the book is one of a kind for inter-artistic comparative research, and among very few works that examine the profound intersection and mutual influence of the countercultural movements in the United States and Brazil at a time of great crises, as one country was emerging from the Vietnam War and the other was suffering under a brutal dictatorship". (Eduardo Ledesma, University of Illinois)< Less
Desde El medio pollito y Los osos a The Little Half Chick y The Bears: los matices y desafíos de traducir literatura infantil para la escuela By Allysa Orr
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Included in this book are my translations from Spanish to English of the two short stories El medio pollito (1977) by Puerto Rican writer Rosario Ferré (1938-2016) and Abuelo y los tres osos... More > (1997) by US Chicano writer and activist Jerry Tello. I incorporated with these stories my research on translation theory and practice - including concepts such as false cognates, borrowings, transposition, and equivalents - through the lens of literary translation into a synthesis of the challenges and benefits of translation.< Less

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