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Arcadia By SIR PHILIP SIDNEY
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SIR PHILIP SIDNEY Arcadia Sir Philip Sidney, the finest type of gentleman of Elizabethan days, was born on November 30, 1554, at Penshurst, Kent, the eldest son of Sir Henry Sidney, Lord-Deputy in... More > Ireland, and grandson, on his mother's side, of the Duke of Northumberland, who was beheaded for complicity in the Lady Jane Grey conspiracy. Education at Oxford, travel abroad, diplomatic service, a wise interest in literature, and a singular graciousness of character made Sidney "a full man." He was regarded, at home and abroad, as the ideal gentleman of his time, and a heroic death, at the siege of Zutphen, on October 2, 1586, enhanced his fame. His body was brought home for a national funeral in old St. Paul's. Sidney's claims as a writer are based on both prose--"Arcadia" and "An Apologie for Poetrie"--and verse--"Astrophel and Stella."< Less
Site95 Journal Volume 03 Issue 02 By site95
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TRANSFORMING NEW YORK CITY OBJECTS was curated by Kimberly Marrero and juried by a panel of 10 artists, gallerists, and curators including: Stuart Anthony, Meaghan Kent, Louky Keijsers Koning,... More > Kimberly Marrero, Michael Mut, Leon Reid IV, Gae Savannah, Keith Schweitzer, Jason Patrick Voegele, and Antonia Wright. Featuring: Ariela Kader, Christopher Hart Chambers, Peter Brock, Suran Song, Michele Brody, Niizeki Hiromi, Paul Quince, Zac Benson, Omar Thorpe, Kristi Sword, Nicole Lenzi, Terry Ward, Stephanie Mora, Z, Shelley Flanders, Jamie Grove, Tasha Lewis, Lillian Przedecki, Cary Whittier, David Meanix, Katy Andrascik, Wan Yu Chen, Andrew Frotton, Kathryne Hall, Aimée Margolis, Matt Jones, Megan Kohlmiller, Leah Harper, Jos Diegel, Tania Sen, BluDog 10003< Less
Game Art Around the World: From Japan to Cuba By Mathias Jansson
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In the previous volume ”The Pioneers of Game Art” I collected my interviews with the pioneers of Game Art. In this sequel I have concentrated on Game Art in different parts of the world... More > and included interviews with a new generation of artists working with video games. Interviews with Sean Kerr, Pippa Tshabalala, Flavio Escribano, Laura Baigorri, Stephan Schwingeler, Isabelle Arvers, Fabio Paris, Monica Jacobo, Bart Rutten, Iris Peters, Ahmad Zolfagharian, "and-or", Rewell Altunaga, Chris Clarke, Johan Löfgren, Olle Essvik, Shinji Murakam, Paul Steen, Marque Cornblatt, Kent Sheely, Wes W. Wilson, Benjamin Nuel, Paolo Pedercini, Georgie Roxby Smith and Bruno Martelli & Ruth Gibson.< Less
Game Art Around the World: From Japan to Cuba By Mathias Jansson
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In the previous volume ”The Pioneers of Game Art” I collected my interviews with the pioneers of Game Art. In this sequel I have concentrated on Game Art in different parts of the world... More > and included interviews with a new generation of artists working with video games. Interviews with Sean Kerr, Pippa Tshabalala, Flavio Escribano, Laura Baigorri, Stephan Schwingeler, Isabelle Arvers, Fabio Paris, Monica Jacobo, Bart Rutten, Iris Peters, Ahmad Zolfagharian, "and-or", Rewell Altunaga, Chris Clarke, Johan Löfgren, Olle Essvik, Shinji Murakam, Paul Steen, Marque Cornblatt, Kent Sheely, Wes W. Wilson, Benjamin Nuel, Paolo Pedercini, Georgie Roxby Smith and Bruno Martelli & Ruth Gibson.< Less
Otoliths issue twenty-six, part one By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue twenty-six, part one, contains prose, poetry, photographs, a review, & visual poetry from John Bloomberg-Rissman & Anne Gorrick, David Appelbaum, paul summers, SJ Fowler,... More > Vaughan Rapatahana, Rico Moore, Philip Byron Oakes, Arpine Konyalian Grenier, Kent MacCarter, Eileen R. Tabios, John M. Bennett, Douglas Barbour & Sheila E. Murphy, Richard Kostelanetz, Lakey Comess, John Thomas Allen, Raymond Farr, Joshua Mostafa, Elizabeth Welsh, Tony Beyer, Jordon Lofton, Mark Rutter, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Howie Good, David Jalajel, Jeff Harrison, Jill Jones, Bill Yarrow, Jeremy Freedman, Jim Meirose, Matt Margo, Andy Martrich, Tyson Bley, Deborah Poe & Gene Tanta, Andrew Topel, Roger Williams, Jason Joyce, Tom Beckett, Tim Keane, Charles Freeland & Rosaire Appel, Bill Drennan, John Pursch, Caleb Puckett, Marty Hiatt, J. D. Nelson, Marc Jones, Jack Galmitz, Francesco Levato, Scott Metz, Sarah Edwards, Felino A. Soriano, Emma Morgan, lindsay cahill, Leah Muddle, & Bob Heman.< Less
Down-Adown-Derry: A Book of Fairy Poems By Walter De la Mare
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Walter John de la Mare OM CH... More > (/ˈdɛləˌmɛər/; 25 April 1873 – 22 June 1956) was an English poet, short story writer and novelist. He is probably best remembered for his works for children, for his poem "The Listeners", and for subtle psychological horror stories, amongst them "Seaton's Aunt" and "Out of the Deep".His 1921 novel Memoirs of a Midget won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction, and his post-war Collected Stories for Children won the 1947 Carnegie Medal for British children's books.De la Mare was born in Kent at 83 Maryon Road, Charlton (now part of the Royal Borough of Greenwich), partly descended from a family of French Huguenots, and was educated at St Paul's Cathedral School. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_de_la_Mare< Less

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