For A Better Life

Author: Henrietta Schleif Pesce
Editor:
ISBN: 9780765221568
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Starting in 1892, millions of immigrants who dreamed of a new home in the United States entered the immigration center on Ellis Island. This is the story of what happened to them when they landed on the tiny island in New York Harbor.

Pimpa E Il Pesce Tot

Author: Altan
Editor: Franco Cosimo Panini Editore
ISBN: 885700645X
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É estate e Pimpa va al mare con la barchetta e incontra un buffo pesce volante di nome Totò...

Yvan Goll

Author: Andreas Kramer
Editor: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783906766461
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This is the first complete bibliography of the writings of Yvan Goll (1891-1950), the French-German poet, novelist, dramatist, journalist and translator. The first part gives full details of Goll's publications during his lifetime, and includes books and pamphlets, contributions to periodicals, newspapers and anthologies, books and journals edited by Goll, translations by Goll, and his published letters. The second part makes it possible to trace the dissemination of Goll's work, with posthumous first publications, posthumous reprints in periodicals and anthologies, translations of Goll's works by others (into twenty languages) and musical collaborations and settings. A comprehensive index of titles or first lines allows the user to trace single works through the various sections; there are also indexes of writers translated by Goll and letters by recipient. This bibliography documents the huge scope of the writings of an author who wrote in three major languages and published in many countries. It contains a wide range of references to texts hitherto unknown, many of them items in journals and newspapers, and is by far the most reliable source to date of what Goll actually wrote.

Faith In Science

Author: Mark Richardson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134516568
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Through intimate conversations with some of the world's most distinguished scientists (including two Nobel Laureates), Faith in Science invites us to explore the connections between scientific and religious approaches to truth. Subjects range from the existence and nature of God to the role of spirituality in modern science. The result is a clear account of how two major cultural forces can work together to offer unique insights into questions of existence.

Atomic Dwelling

Author: Robin Schuldenfrei
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136498591
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In the years of reconstruction and economic boom that followed the Second World War, the domestic sphere encountered new expectations regarding social behaviour, modes of living, and forms of dwelling. This book brings together an international group of scholars from architecture, design, urban planning, and interior design to reappraise mid-twentieth century modern life, offering a timely reassessment of culture and the economic and political effects on civilian life. This collection contains essays that examine the material of art, objects, and spaces in the context of practices of dwelling over the long span of the postwar period. It asks what role material objects, interior spaces, and architecture played in quelling or fanning the anxieties of modernism’s ordinary denizens, and how this role informs their legacy today.

Gaetano Pesce

Author: Marisa Bartolucci
Editor: Chronicle Books Llc
ISBN: 9780811837880
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Continuing to put great classic and contemporary design within everyone s grasp, Chronicle Books proudly delivers the next four installments of the popular Compact Design Portfolio. Written by top design critics, these books cover modern masters whose work ranges from the cozily domestic to the aggressively avant-garde: Eva Zeisel, whose elegantly democratic housewares span a 70-year career; Ingo Maurer, who raises lamp and lighting design to a high art form; Gaetano Pesce, whose rejection of traditional good taste brought about revolutionary furniture design; and George Nelson, the impresario behind the Marshmallow sofa and other Herman Miller classics. Follow-ing the introductory essay, a visual gallery exhibits selections of the designers best work in photographs and sketches. Presented in an irresistible small format, this series encapsulates the life, work, and influence of the great designers of our time.

Bibliography Of Copepoda Up To And Including 1980

Author: W. Vervoort
Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004087811
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Exquisite Corpse

Author: Michael Sorkin
Editor: Verso
ISBN: 9780860913238
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'Exquisite Corpse' was a game played by the surrealists in which someone drew on a piece of paper, folded it and passed it to the next person to draw on until, finally, the sheet was opened to reveal a calculated yet random composition. In this entertaining and provocative book, Michael Sorkin suggests that cities are similarly assembled by many players acting with varying autonomy in a complicit framework. An unfolding terrain of invention, the city is also a means of accommodating disparity, of contextualizing sometimes startling juxtapositions. Sorkin's aim is to widen the debate about the creation of buildings beyond the immediate issues of technology and design. He discusses the politics and culture of architecture with daring, often devastating, observations about the institutions and personalities who have dominated the profession over the past decade. Their preoccupation with the empty style of 'beach houses and Disneyland' has consistently trivialized the full constructive scope of contemporary architecture's possibilities. Sorkin's interventions range from the development scandals of New York where 'skyscrapers stand at the intersection between grid and greed', through the deconstructivist architectural culture of Los Angeles, to the work and ideas of architects, developers and critics such as Alvar Aalto, Norman Foster, Paul Goldberger, Michael Graves, Coop Himmelblau, Philip Johnson, Leon Krier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Rogers, Carlo Scarpa, James Stirling, Donald Trump, Tom Wolfe and Lebbeus Woods. Throughout Sorkin combines stinging polemic with a powerful call for a rebirth of architecture that is visionary and experimental--a recuperated 'dreamy science'

Mia Nonna Era Un Pesce

Author: Jonathan Tweet
Editor: Edizioni Centro Studi Erickson
ISBN: 8859014166
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"Un inedito assoluto in Italia, il primo albo illsutrato sull'evoluzione spiegata ai bambini: la nostra meravigliosa storia naturale, da leggere a casa e in classe!" Da dove veniamo? È una domanda semplice, ma non è altrettanto semplice rispondere… soprattutto se a farla sono i bambini. Grazie a questo libro, però, la teoria di Charles Darwin non sarà più un mistero per i giovani lettori! Stimolando immaginazione e curiosità, Nonna Pesce porta piccoli e grandi dentro l’affascinante storia della vita sul nostro pianeta, spiegando come siamo connessi a tutti gli altri organismi viventi nel grande «Albero della vita». CON UNA PRESENTAZIONE DI TELMO PIEVANI

Custom Semi

Author: Bette S. Garber
Editor: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760321337
Size: 18,38 MB
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In chapters that range from solo drivers, families in trucking, and whole customized fleets to the finest nitty-gritty and cutting-edge elements of semi truck customization, this book offers a close-up look at examples of custom semis. Includes before-and-after photos of re-customized trucks; motifs in graphics and design.