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Tulip By Stephen Bloye
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TULIP is a very personal and passionate collection of fine-art flower photography of the most evocative and photogenic of flowers. Beautiful images in black and white, duo-tone and colour.
the runaway By Shaun Tuliper
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this is about a woman by the name of lisa having insomia and she plans on running away but when she meets a gang member everything changes for her
the runaway By Shaun Tuliper
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this is about a woman by the name of lisa having insomia and she plans on running away but when she meets a gang member everything changes for her
LES TULIPES By Régine Guion-Firmin
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LES TULIPES… BEAUTIFUL,YELLOW, PINK, RED, VIOLET,WILD AND WET TULIPS. Beautiful coffee-table-book with around 80 in colour and B&W pictures. GREAT GIFT IDEAS!
The Black Tulip By Alexandre Dumas
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The Black Tulip is a historical novel written by Alexandre Dumas. The story begins with a historical event — the 1672 lynching of the Dutch Grand Pensionary (roughly equivalent to a modern... More > Prime Minister) Johan de Witt and his brother Cornelis, by a wild mob of their own countrymen — considered by many as one of the most painful episodes in Dutch history, described by Dumas with a dramatic intensity. The main plot line, involving fictional characters, takes place in the following eighteen months; only gradually does the reader understand its connection with the killing of the de Witt brothers.< Less
The Wealth Of Tulips By Laura & Janet Greenwald
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Once upon a time in Holland, a single tulip bulb sold for $20,000. Even more unbelievable? The circumstances that caused it, nearly brought down the entire Dutch economy! Tulips are some of the... More > most colorful, unusual and breathtakingly beautiful flowers known to man. In this coffee table book you’ll find some of the most beautiful tulips in the Midwest. Each year between, April and May, all of the planters, gardens, and medians of every Chicago boulevard between Michigan Avenue and State Street are filled with tulips. Not just any kind of tulips, but varieties and colors rarely seen outside of a botanical garden. Mother/daughter screenwriters and photographers Laura & Janet Greenwald spent the last few tulip seasons in a tiny Chicago neighborhood called Streeterville, just off the Magnificent Mile. Join them as they chronicle their journey of Chicago’s incredible blooms.< Less
Reconsidering Tulip By Alexander Renault
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A biblical, philosophical, and historical response to the Reformed doctrines of predestination. This book is an Eastern Orthodox assessment of TULIP, bringing to the table 1,500 years of theology and... More > thinking which is usually absent in the typical Calvinist vs. Arminian debates.< Less
Reconsidering Tulip By Alexander Renault
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A biblical, philosophical, and historical response to the Reformed doctrines of predestination. This book is an Eastern Orthodox assessment of TULIP, bringing to the table 1,500 years of theology and... More > thinking which is usually absent in the typical Calvinist vs. Arminian debates.< Less
The Black Tulip By Alexandre Dumas
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The Black Tulip is a historical novel written by Alexandre Dumas. The story begins with a historical event — the 1672 lynching of the Dutch Grand Pensionary Johan de Witt and his brother... More > Cornelis, by a wild mob of their own countrymen — considered by many as one of the most painful episodes in Dutch history, described by Dumas with a dramatic intensity. The main plot line, involving fictional characters, takes place in the following eighteen months; only gradually does the reader understand its connection with the killing of the de Witt brothers. The city of Haarlem, Netherlands has set a prize of 100,000 guilders to the person who can grow a black tulip, sparking competition between the country's best gardeners to win the money, honour and fame. The young and bourgeois Cornelius van Baerle has almost succeeded, but is suddenly thrown into the Loevestein prison. There he meets the prison guard's beautiful daughter Rosa, who will be his comfort and help, and at last his rescuer.< Less
The Black Tulip By ALEXANDRE DUMAS
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The Black Tulip "The Black Tulip," published in 1850, was the last of Alexandre Dumas' more famous stories, and ranks deservedly high among the short novels of its prolific author. Dumas... More > visited Holland in May, 1849, in order to be present at the coronation of William III. at Amsterdam, and according to Flotow, the composer, it was the king himself who told Dumas the story of "The Black Tulip," and mentioned that none of the author's romances were concerned with the Dutch. Dumas, however, never gave any credit to this anecdote, and others have alleged that Paul Lacroix, the bibliophile, who was assisting Dumas with his novels at that time, is responsible for the plot. The question can never be answered, for who can disentangle the work of Dumas from that of his army of helpers? A feature of "The Black Tulip" is that in it is the bulb, and not a human being, that is the real centre of interest.< Less