Leonardo Da Vinci

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Gareth Stevens Pub, 2003 - 48 pages
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Leonardo da Vinci is considered one of the greatest minds of all time. Although he was celebrated as a great artist during his own lifetime, he is now thought of as a scientist, engineer, and inventor as well. He believed that his skills as an artist, however, were the most important and that art could lead to a perfect understanding of the world. Because of his tireless energy, restless curiosity, and multifaceted skills, he is remembered as a true Renaissance man. Book jacket.

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A husband and wife team, Anthony Mason and Marian Muratore closely collaborated on "The Bluffer's Guide to Men and Women. Never before had they looked at men and women so thoroughly and so candidly - at least in each other's company. For him this process served to increase the fascinating mystery and mystique of women. For her, men became even more comprehensible, not to say transparent. As it happens, these were approximately the same relative positions that they started with.

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