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Raphael By Edited by Estelle M. Hurll
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Raphael, edited by Estelle M. Hurll, published in 1899. A collection of pictures, with introduction and interpretation.
Raphael By Daniel Cure
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Will Monohue’s idyllic life is quick to change after a chance encounter at his twenty-first birthday party. What is the meaning of the apocalyptic dreams that haunt his sleep? Why has his life... More > been permeated with such a succession of shattering events? What is the meaning behind his girlfriend’s sudden disappearance? And who is the strange figure that keeps appearing whilst his world continues to spiral out of all control? Raphael is the second novel from Daniel Cure< Less
Raphael By Daniel Cure
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Will Monohue’s idyllic life is quick to change after a chance encounter at his twenty-first birthday party. What is the meaning of the apocalyptic dreams that haunt his sleep? Why has his life... More > been permeated with such a succession of shattering events? What is the meaning behind his girlfriend’s sudden disappearance? And who is the strange figure that keeps appearing whilst his world continues to spiral out of all control? Raphael is the second novel from Daniel Cure< Less
Milton's Raphael By Corinna Turner
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Milton's Raphael: A brief examination of the archangel's dispatch, descent, and discourse in Paradise Lost.
Raphael the Devil By Matthew Hannon
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Raphael is a brilliant, charismatic and handsome young postgraduate student. He and his close circle of friends are inseparable. But Raphael holds a dark secret that will test their relationships... More > and push them beyond the darkest nightmares they had ever conceived of. This is a tale of blood, sex, violence and vengeance that dares to delve beyond the ordinary and into murky depths where morality and ethics are no more. Having friends for dinner will never be the same again.< Less
Raphael the Devil By Matthew Hannon
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Raphael is a brilliant, charismatic and handsome young postgraduate student. He and his close circle of friends are inseparable. But Raphael holds a dark secret that will test their relationships... More > and push them beyond the darkest nightmares they had ever conceived of. This is a tale of blood, sex, violence and vengeance that dares to delve beyond the ordinary and into murky depths where morality and ethics are no more. Having friends for dinner will never be the same again.< Less
Raphael and Tobias By Grace Andreacchi
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RAPHAEL AND TOBIAS is based upon the Biblical tale about a boy and a dog, a magic fish, a girl who's got a demon in love with her, and the Angel who comes to their rescue. Told in richly poetic... More > language,highly dramatic, funny and profound,it's suitable for audiences of all ages< Less
Raphael and Tobias By Grace Andreacchi
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RAPHAEL AND TOBIAS is based upon the Biblical tale about a boy and a dog, a magic fish, a girl who's got a demon in love with her, and the Angel who comes to their rescue. Told in richly poetic... More > language,highly dramatic, funny and profound,it's suitable for audiences of all ages. An Andromache Books title.< Less
Raphael and Tobias By Grace Andreacchi
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RAPHAEL AND TOBIAS is based upon the Biblical tale about a boy and a dog, a magic fish, a girl who's got a demon in love with her, and the Angel who comes to their rescue. Told in richly poetic... More > language,highly dramatic, funny and profound,it's suitable for audiences of all ages. An Andromache Books title.< Less
Raphael: Paintings By Daniel Coenn
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Raffaello Sanzio (or Santi, Raphael ) was one of the greatest artists of the High Renaissance in Italy. He was admired personality, celebrated, prosperous, and honored, and his influence was broadly... More > extend even during his own life. Together with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, he forms the traditional trinity of great masters of Renaissance. His after life fame was even superior, for until the later 19th century he was considered by almost all critics as the greatest painter who had ever lived — the artist who expressed the essential dogmas of the Christian Church through figures that have a physical beauty worthy of the antique. He became the ideal of all academies; it was against his authority that the Pre-Raphaelites revolted. He has been a key motivation to great classical painters like Poussin, A. Carracci, and Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres.< Less