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Degenerates By Ray Weeks
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They are the dregs. They are the gutter-lurkers. They are society's garbage. DEGENERATES. They are the muttered secrets, the hidden disgraces, and the haunted. And these are their stories.
Degenerates By Ray Weeks
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They are the dregs. They are the gutter-lurkers. They are society's garbage. DEGENERATES. They are the muttered secrets, the hidden disgraces, and the haunted. And these are their stories.
Cendres de lune By Marie Dégénération
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Cendres de lune est un recueil de textes écrits entre 2012 et 2014 dont les mots naviguent entre poésie, sensualité et passion. Par Marie Dégénération.
Degenerates: A Collection of Poetry By Michael Ashby
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Degenerates is a small collection of poems written by South Florida author and poet Michael Garrett Ashby II. This brief collection, put together in commemoration of the tradition chapbook format, is... More > a pocketbook of assorted poems ranging from the inane and silly to the dark and twisted.< Less
Degenerates: A Collection of Poetry By Michael Ashby
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Degenerates is a small collection of poems written by South Florida author and poet Michael Garrett Ashby II. This brief collection, put together in commemoration of the tradition chapbook format, is... More > a pocketbook of assorted poems ranging from the inane and silly to the dark and twisted.< Less
XXXX Rated Odes To Degenerates By Putz Joe, Joy, editor Aaron, Fields, editor Irving
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This is the first collection of comedic odes by New York City poet/songwriter Joe Putz (edited by famed pianist Irving Fields and producer/dj Aaron Joy). The world is full of degenerates and Joe has... More > never been afraid to point his finger at them. This collection covers such topics as Bill and Monica, bodily functions and parts, sex, aging and relationships, and foreigners and the famous through odes, art and cartoons. For a mature reading audience.< Less
XXXX Rated Odes To Degenerates By Joy, editor Aaron, Fields, editor Irving, Putz Joe
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This is the first collection of comedic odes by New York City poet/songwriter Joe Putz (edited by famed pianist Irving Fields and producer/dj Aaron Joy). The world is full of degenerates and Joe has... More > never been afraid to point his finger at them. This collection covers such topics as Bill and Monica, bodily functions and parts, sex, aging and relationships, and foreigners and the famous through odes, art and cartoons. For a mature reading audience.< Less
Degenerate Art: The Exhibition Catalogue Guide in German and English By Fritz Kaiser
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In 1937, Germany’s Nazi government staged an exhibition in Munich entitled “Entartete Kunst”—the official designation given to all “modern art” which was not... More > strictly classicist or realist in nature. “Modern art” was deemed to be part of the overall assault on “German art” and culture by a Bolshevist—and largely Jewish—movement of “artists” who were working in tandem with the Communist movement to destroy German, and Western, civilization. When the exhibition finally closed, this guide-book, written by Fritz Kaiser, an official in the Reich Propaganda Ministry, was issued as a souvenir. This version consists of a high quality reproduction of the original German booklet, and then an English-language translation, neatly laid out in the place of the German text. A fascinating historical document. This version consists of a high quality reproduction of the original German booklet, and then an English-language translation, neatly laid out in the place of the German text.< Less
Degenerate Art: The Exhibition Catalogue Guide in German and English By Fritz Kaiser
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In 1937, Germany’s Nazi government staged an exhibition in Munich entitled “Entartete Kunst”—the official designation given to all “modern art” which was not... More > strictly classicist or realist in nature. “Modern art” was deemed to be part of the overall assault on “German art” and culture by a Bolshevist—and largely Jewish—movement of “artists” who were working in tandem with the Communist movement to destroy German, and Western, civilization. When the exhibition finally closed, this guide-book, written by Fritz Kaiser, an official in the Reich Propaganda Ministry, was issued as a souvenir. This version consists of a high quality reproduction of the original German booklet, and then an English-language translation, neatly laid out in the place of the German text. A fascinating historical document. This version consists of a high quality reproduction of the original German booklet, and then an English-language translation, neatly laid out in the place of the German text.< Less
Degenerate Art: The Exhibition Catalogue Guide in German and English By Fritz Kaiser
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In 1937, Germany’s Nazi government staged an exhibition in Munich entitled “Entartete Kunst”—the official designation given to all “modern art” which was not... More > classicist or realist in nature. The exhibition was not merely designed to illustrate what the Nazis deemed “bad art,” but had a political purpose. “Modern art” was deemed to be part of the overall assault on “German art” and culture by a Bolshevist—and largely Jewish—movement of “artists” who were working in tandem with the Communist movement to destroy German, and Western, civilization. Germany’s art museums were scoured for such works, and were declared forfeit to the state. When the exhibition finally closed, this guide book, written by Fritz Kaiser, an official in the Reich Propaganda Ministry, was issued as a souvenir. This version consists of a high quality reproduction of the original German booklet, and then an English-language translation, neatly laid out in the place of the German text.< Less