Buildings: How They Work

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1995 - Architecture - 45 pages
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"To read these 167 reviews and critical essays is to discover how catholic and wide-ranging were Howells's literary interests and how perceptive and generous were his sympathies." -- The New Criterion

..". this selection of [Howell's] best and most important criticism reveals the author's clarity, perception, generosity, and good faith." -- Reference & Research Book News

..". the editors have succeeded admirably in creating a rounded portrait of a man whose criticism, like the realism he championed, was polysided, multifarious, and dialectical." -- American Literature

These volumes present 167 reviews and critical essays by America's most prominent early advocate of literary realism.

Volume I: 1859-1885Text selections and Introduction by Ulrich Halfmann

Volume II: 1886-1897Text selections and Introduction by Donald Pizer

Volume III: 1898-1920Text selections and Introduction by Ronald Gottesman

3-volume set, cloth $100.00 0-253-32860-8 Cat's Code WDSETC 87.99

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Robert Adam and Carol Robertson worked at the renowned Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop for nine years. They now have their own studio, Graal Press, and teach at the Wimbledon School of Art.

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