A Bibliography of Latin American Bibliographies, 1980-1984: Social Sciences and Humanities

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Scarecrow Press, 1987 - Literary Collections - 223 pages
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It has been mere days since the brilliant children of the Young Inventors Guild escaped from the clutches of the horrible Komar Romak. They have escaped with their lovely and caring schoolteacher, Miss Brett; with their long-absent parents; and with their bizarre captors, protectors, or both -- the mysterious men in black. And now they travel by train, destined for parts unknown. But a note torn from the hand of a dead man in a New York tunnel guarantees that safety is an illusion. When the children's world is blown apart, life will never be the same again. Soon, the children -- Jasper and little Lucy Modest, from London, England; Wallace Banneker, from New York, United States; Noah Canto-Sagas, from Toronto, Canada; and Faye Vigyanveta, from Delhi, India -- find themselves in the ancient Italian village of Solemano, deep in a mystery that spans centuries. As they inch toward the truth of the men in black and the secrets they keep, one terrible fact remains: Komar Romak is still out there. He's still after them, for reasons they can't even begin to imagine. And he knows exactly where they are... From the rolling plains of America to the wide-open waters of the Atlantic, through the Strait of Gibraltar to a remarkable village in the hills of Abruzzo, Italy, this is the second book of Eden Unger Bowditch's Young Inventors Guild trilogy, is an adventure like no other, as the children draw ever closer to the answers to the mysteries that surround them.
 

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Contents

GENERAL WORKS
1
AGRICULTURE
18
ANTHROPOLOGY
24
ARCHAEOLOGY
27
ART AND ARCHITECTURE
29
BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF BIBLIOGRAPHIES
32
BIBLIOGRAPHYNational
34
BIOGRAPHY Collective
38
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
97
LAW
112
LIBRARIES AND ARCHIVES
114
LIBRARY SCIENCE
128
MANUSCRIPTS AND RARE BOOKS
129
MASS MEDIA
131
M1CROFORMS
132
MINORITY GROUPS
133

BIOGRAPHY Individual
41
DISSERTATIONS
53
ECONOMICS
56
EDUCATION
63
FOLKLORE
70
GEOGRAPHY CARTOGRAPHY
71
HISTORY
72
INDEXES
84
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
95
MUSIC
136
PERIODICALS
138
PHILOSOPHY
144
PUBLISHERS
148
RELIGION
149
SOCIAL SCIENCES
151
STATISTICS
162
URBANIZATION
163
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About the author (1987)

Lionel V. Lorona is Acting Deputy Director of the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library. During his career at NYPL he has served for a number of years as a selection officer for Latin American materials. For the past four years he has compiled and edited the Bibliography of Latin American Bibliographies, published annually by SALALM.