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Le Mystère de Léo Taxil et la vraie Diana Vaughan By Spectator
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Fac-similé de l'edition Paris, 1930. Étrange étude consacrée à l’affaire Diana Vaughan et ses mystères.
The Spectator By Ric PE Long
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Available in 'Chasing the words (8 tales in psychodreamreality)' - an ebook collection of short fiction: Weren't you always told not to talk to strangers? Advice two youngsters who meet a mysterious... More > stranger at their karate club should have heeded. Email: ricpelong@hotmail.co.uk for details.< Less
A Place to Spectate By Taylor Schmidt
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A Place to Spectate chronicles my process while designing a new athletic stadium for Manhattan High School in Manhattan, Kansas during my final semester of architecture school at Kansas State... More > University.< Less
A Place to Spectate By Taylor Schmidt
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A Place to Spectate chronicles my process while designing a new athletic stadium for Manhattan High School in Manhattan, Kansas during my final semester of architecture school at Kansas State... More > University.< Less
Neuter Spectator By Neil Raffan
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Changed circumstances lead Gabrielle Trythall, a widow, to push her surviving son into exile from the cosy family home on the West Sussex coast of England. Against his better judgement Paul... More > temporarily relocates to a flat within an old Victorian house in South London. How he does or doesn't cope is closely linked to his relationship with the occupants of the other flats within the house. But which one is the neuter spectator?< Less
Neuter Spectator By Neil Raffan
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Changed circumstances lead Gabrielle Trythall, a widow, to push her surviving son into exile from the cosy family home on the West Sussex coast of England. Against his better judgement Paul... More > temporarily relocates to a flat within an old Victorian house in South London. How he does or doesn't cope is closely linked to his relationship with the occupants of the other flats within the house. But which one is the neuter spectator?< Less
Passionate Spectator By Eric Kraft
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Peter Leroy, summoned for jury duty, allows his mind to wander, and slips into the mind of Matthew Barber, who finds himself in the cardiac catheter lab in a Boston hospital, where he allows his mind... More > to wander, and slips into the mind of Bertram W. Beath, who checks into a hotel in Miami’s South Beach and into a life as an erotic opportunist and passionate spectator of beauty and human folly. • “Ebullient, canny, and entertaining. Donna Seaman, Booklist • “A personal journey that is mundane in detail yet mythic in scope . . . a gamboling reflection on the ways in which memory shapes supposedly objective history . . . colorful, incisive prose and off-kilter wit.” Steve Smith, Time Out New York • LENGTH: novel, about 90,000 words< Less
A Spectator's Community By Garrett Sweeden
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This book represents two quarters of development on my undergraduate architecture thesis project.
A Spectator's Community By Garrett Sweeden
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Spring quarter thesis book.
An American Spectator in Paris By Joseph Harriss
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ABOUT THE BOOK: In his third book on France, veteran international journalist Joseph Harriss cautions that it is probably not the country you expect. He explores persistent myths about that complex... More > nation and analyzes its rapidly evolving situation today. The result is a thought-provoking assessment of France today. Foreword by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., Editor-in-Chief, "The American Spectator." (This is a special edition to benefit the American Spectator Foundation.) ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A career American foreign correspondent, Joseph Harriss studied French and international relations at the Sorbonne and the Institut d’Études Politiques before joining the Paris bureau of TIME. He later covered Western Europe as a roving correspondent for the European bureau of "Reader’s Digest" in Paris. His articles and columns have appeared in many newspapers and magazines, such as "The Dallas Morning News" and "Smithsonian." He is now the Paris correspondent of "The American Spectator."< Less