John Steffler - Poetry - 2009 - 128 pages
John Steffler. their tires a quarter-mile away. And the strange men would maybe
follow the grass-covered track to the west and look at our garden, take a tomato
or two or some cobs of corn or poke through the fallen barns for antiques, while I
Freya Boedicker, Martin Boedicker - Philosophy - 2011 - 120 pages
The Philosophy of Tai Chi Chuan offers readers a direct connection with the concepts that form the foundation of Tai Chi, inspiring a deeper understanding of the art and its applications. From the Hardcover edition.
Betty A. Schellenberg - Literary Criticism - 2005
Using personal correspondence, records of contemporary reception, research into contemporary print culture and sociological models of professionalisation, Betty A. Schellenberg challenges oversimplified assumptions of women's cultural role ...
Derek Wilson - History - 2013 - 160 pages
In the portraits of Holbein, Henry Tudor stands proud as one of the most powerful figures in renaissance Europe. But is the portrait just a bluff? In his new book Derek Wilson explores the myths behind the image of the Tudor Lion.
Jackie Collins - Fiction - 1999 - 560 pages
The seductively beautiful, street-smart, and powerful Lucky Santangelo, star of four of Jackie Collins's previous international number-one bestsellers -- Chances, Lucky, Lady Boss, and Vendetta: Lucky's Revenge -- returns in Dangerous Kiss.
Eric Von Schmidt, Jim Rooney - Music - 1994 - 314 pages
This volume tells the story of the folk music community in Cambridge, Massachusetts, from its beginnings in living rooms and Harvard Square coffee houses in the late 1950s, to the heyday of the folk music revival in the early 1960s.
Paul Charles Merkley - History - 2001 - 284 pages
Paul Merkley draws on the published literature of the World Council of Churches, the Middle East Council of Churches, the Roman Catholic Church, and other Christian organizations that have an interest in the question of Israel's past, ...
Tom Clancy - Fiction - 2000 - 384 pages
The "forgotten Clancy novel," SSN is a complete submarine warfare novel with maps, photos, and a special interview with Tom Clancy and former submarine commander Doug Littlejohns