Author: Joseph Eddy Fontenrose
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: responses, catalogue, operations, delphic, oracle
Number of Pages: 496
Published: 1978
ISBN-10: 0520033604
ISBN-13: 9780520033603

Author: Stephen Codrington
Publisher: Solid Star Press
Keywords: geography, planet
Number of Pages: 781
Published: 2005-03-01
ISBN-10: 0957981937
ISBN-13: 9780957981935

Author: Gail Levin
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: biography, intimate, hopper, edward
Number of Pages: 708
Published: 1998-04-10
ISBN-10: 0520214757
ISBN-13: 9780520214750

00 Edward Hopper's canvasses are filled with stripped-down spaces and unrelenting light, evocative landscapes, and the lonely aspects of men and women seemingly isolated in their surroundings. What kind of man had this haunting vision, and what kind of life engendered this art? No one is better qualified to answer these questions than art historian Gail Levin, author and curator of the major studies and exhibitions of Hopper's work. In this intimate biography she reveals the true nature and personality of the man himself--and of the woman who shared his life, the artist Josephine Nivison. Edwa

Author: Madhuri Pai
Publisher: Pratham Books
Keywords: kannada, salt, pinch
Number of Pages: 32
ISBN-10: 8182639611
ISBN-13: 9788182639614

Author: Luís Batalha
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: migration, diaspora, verdean, cape, archipelago, perspectives, transnational
Number of Pages: 300
Published: 2008
ISBN-10: 9053569944
ISBN-13: 9789053569948

The island nation of Cape Verde has given rise to a diaspora that spans the four continents of the Atlantic Ocean. Migration has been essential to the island since the birth of its nation and connections to faraway places continue to dominate its day-to-day life. This volume makes a significant contribution to the study of international migration and transnationalism by exploring the Cape Verdean diaspora through its geographic diversity and broad thematic range. Analyzing such themes in Cape Verdean transnationalism as music, language, the Internet, and gender relations, Transnational Archipe

Author: Edward Elgar
Publisher: Serenissima Music, Inc.
Keywords: score, vocal, makers, music
Number of Pages: 96
Published: 2007-10
ISBN-10: 1932419586
ISBN-13: 9781932419580

This 35-minute work is sometimes thought of as Elgar's answer to his contemporary Richard Strauss' tone poem "Ein Heldenleben." It was given its premiere at the Birmingham Music Festival on Oct. 1, 1912 with the composer at the podium. Elgar quotes extensively from his own previous works throughout. This new vocal score is an unabridged digitally-enhanced reprint of the one issued by Novello & Co., Ltd. in 1912, enlarged to a more readable A4 size. A welcome addition for Elgar enthusiasts, alto soloists, choruses, and pianists.

Author: Magali Sarfatti Larson
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: analysis, sociological, professionalism, rise
Number of Pages: 332
Published: 1977
ISBN-10: 0520029380
ISBN-13: 9780520029385
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