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The Boy Who Ate Fear Street
Author: R.L. Stine
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442486163
Pages: 128
Year: 2012-12-04
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Sam Kinney used to be a very picky eater. But after a friend’s eccentric Aunt Sylvie put a weird spice in his mac and cheese, suddenly, Sam can’t stop eating. Paste and pepper. Dishwashing soap. Even dog food. Sam has to find out what is making him eat...and eat...and eat. Before he eats his house. And all his friends on Fear Street…
Building to Endure
Author: Paul Lusk, Alf Simon
Pages: 296
Year: 2009
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How the long history of human settlement in the American Southwest can provide valuable lessons in addressing today's need to wisely use energy, water, and the land.
The Dance of Reality
Author: Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1620552825
Pages: 424
Year: 2014-06-06
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A glimpse into the mind and life of one of the most creative and enigmatic visionaries of our time, filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky • Retraces the spiritual and mystical path Jodorowsky has followed since childhood, vividly repainting events from the perspective of an unleashed imagination • Explores the development of the author’s psychomagic and metagenealogy practices via his realization that all problems are rooted in the family tree • Includes photos from Jodorowsky’s appearance at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and from the film based on this book, which debuted at Cannes Retracing the spiritual and mystical path he has followed since childhood, Alejandro Jodorowsky re-creates the incredible adventure of his life as an artist, filmmaker, writer, and therapist--all stages on his quest to push back the boundaries of both imagination and reason. Not a traditional autobiography composed of a chronological recounting of memories, The Dance of Reality repaints events from Jodorowsky’s life from the perspective of an unleashed imagination. Like the psychomagic and metagenealogy therapies he created, this autobiography exposes the mythic models and family templates upon which the events of everyday life are founded. It reveals the development of Jodorowsky’s realization that all problems are rooted in the family tree and explains, through vivid examples from his own life, particularly interactions with his father and mother, how the individual’s road to true fulfillment means casting off the phantoms projected by parents on their children. The Dance of Reality is autobiography as an act of healing. Through the retelling of his own life, the author shows we do not start off with our own personalities, they are given to us by one or more members of our family tree. To be born into a family, Jodorowsky says, is to be possessed. To peer back into our past is equivalent to digging into our own souls. If we can dig deep enough, beyond familial projections, we shall find an inner light--a light that can help us through life’s most difficult tests. Offering a glimpse into the mind and life of one of the most creative and enigmatic visionaries of our time, The Dance of Reality is the book upon which Jodorowsky’s critically acclaimed 2013 Cannes Film Festival film of the same name was based.
Apricots on the Nile
Author: Colette Rossant
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416591273
Pages: 160
Year: 2007-11-01
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Cairo, 1937: French-born Colette Rossant is waiting out World War II among her father's Egyptian-Jewish relatives. From the moment she arrives at her grandparents' belle époque mansion by the Nile, the five-year-old Colette finds companionship and comfort among the other "outsiders" in her home away from home -- the cooks and servants in the kitchen. The chef, Ahmet, lets Colette taste the ful; she learns how to make sambusaks for her new friends; and she shops for semits and other treats in the Khan-al-Khalili market. Colette is beginning to understand how her family's culture is linked to the kitchen...and soon she will claim Egypt's food, landscape, and people as her own. Apricots on the Nile is a loving testament to Colette's adopted homeland. With dozens of original recipes and family photographs, Colette's coming-of-age memoir is a splendid exploration of old Cairo in all its flavor, variety, and wide-eyed wonder.
Vita Sackville-West's Sissinghurst
Author: Vita Sackville-West, Sarah Raven
Publisher: Virago
ISBN: 1405517956
Pages: 416
Year: 2014-03-06
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From 1946 to 1957, Vita Sackville-West, the poet, bestselling author of All Passion Spent and maker of Sissinghurst, wrote a weekly column in the Observer describing her life at Sissinghurst, showing her to be one of the most visionary horticulturalists of the twentieth-century. With wonderful additions by Sarah Raven, Vita Sackville-West's Sissinghurst draws on this extraordinary archive, revealing Vita's most loved flowers, as well as offering practical advice for gardeners. Often funny and completely accessibly written with colour and originality, it also describes details of the trials and tribulations of crafting a place of beauty and elegance. Sissinghurst has gone on to become one of the most visited and inspirational gardens in the world and this marvellous book, illustrated with drawings and original photographs throughout, shows us how it was created and how gardeners everywhere can use some of the ideas from both Sarah Raven and Vita Sackville-West.
A.B.C. Warriors
Author: Pat Mills
ISBN: 1904265375
Pages: 136
Year: 2005
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When the far-future evil human empire of Termight begins experimenting with time travel, they unleash a force that could destroy the entire universe! But with Nemesis the Warlock, Deadlock's fellow Khaos-worshipper and enemy of Termight, has a plan: the Warriors must travel through the Time Wastes to the central planet of Termight and destroy their technology - and fast. But Termight's legions know the warriors are coming and have sent an elite force to stop them.
The Public Library
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1616893273
Pages: 192
Year: 2014-05-27
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A gorgeous visual celebration of America's public libraries including 150 photos, plus essays by Bill Moyers, Ann Patchett, Anne Lamott, Amy Tan, Barbara Kingsolver, and many more. Many of us have vivid recollections of childhood visits to a public library: the unmistakable musty scent, the excitement of checking out a stack of newly discovered books. Today, the more than 17,000 libraries in America also function as de facto community centers offering free access to the internet, job-hunting assistance, or a warm place to take shelter. And yet, across the country, cities large and small are closing public libraries or curtailing their hours of operation. Over the last eighteen years, photographer Robert Dawson has crisscrossed the country documenting hundreds of these endangered institutions. The Public Library presents a wide selection of Dawson's photographs— from the majestic reading room at the New York Public Library to Allensworth, California's one-room Tulare County Free Library built by former slaves. Accompanying Dawson's revealing photographs are essays, letters, and poetry by some of America's most celebrated writers. A foreword by Bill Moyers and an afterword by Ann Patchett bookend this important survey of a treasured American institution.
I'm Not Anti-Business, I'm Anti-Idiot
Author: Scott Adams
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 0836251822
Pages: 128
Year: 1998-03-01
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A hilarious new collection voices the opinions of Dilbert and his downtrodden co-workers amidst turmoil in the workplace as they strive to get the better of upper management and are inspired by actual fan letters detailing unbelievable work experiences. Original. 600,000 first printing.
Sir Jason
Author: Bob de Groot
Publisher: Cinebook
ISBN: 1849188084
Year: 2018-09-19T00:00:00+02:00
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Clifton is put in charge of training a young MI5 prodigy. Holidaying in the country, Clifton receives the unexpected – and unwelcome – visit of a MI5 bigwig. He finds himself reinstated against his will, and tasked with finalising the training of a promising new recruit of the Intelligence Service: Sir Jason. The young man is sharp, well- educated, knows both techniques and theory like the back of his hand... The problem, as Clifton soon discovers, is that when the time for action comes, he is inevitably paralysed by fear!
A Critical Handbook of Japanese Film Directors
Author: Alexander Jacoby
Publisher: Stone Bridge Press
ISBN: 1611725313
Pages: 432
Year: 2013-02-10
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For film lovers and scholars, an essential resource and reference guide.
Designing Software Synthesizer Plug-Ins in C++
Author: Will Pirkle
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1317661680
Pages: 760
Year: 2014-10-30
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Bridging the gap from theory to programming, Designing Software Synthesizer Plug-Ins in C++ For RackAFX, VST3 and Audio Units contains complete code for designing and implementing software synthesizers for both Windows and Mac platforms. You will learn synthesizer operation, starting with the underlying theory of each synthesizer component, and moving on to the theory of how these components combine to form fully working musical instruments that function on a variety of target digital audio workstations (DAWs). Containing some of the latest advances in theory and algorithm development, this book contains information that has never been published in textbook form, including several unique algorithms of the author’s own design. The book is broken into three parts: plug-in programming, theory and design of the central synthesizer components of oscillators, envelope generators, and filters, and the design and implementation of six complete polyphonic software synthesizer musical instruments, which can be played in real time. The instruments implement advanced concepts including a user-programmable modulation matrix. The final chapter shows you the theory and code for a suite of delay effects to augment your synthesizers, introducing you to audio effect processing. The companion website,, gives you access to free software to guide you through the application of concepts discussed in the book, and code for both Windows and Mac platforms. In addition to the software, it features bonus projects, application notes, and video tutorials. A reader forum, monitored by the author, gives you the opportunity for questions and information exchange.
Bali Guidebook 2016
Author: Kadek Sisyawan
ISBN: 1326491725
Pages: 134
Year: 2015-11-29
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The perfect thing to do is to drive tourists around the whole island. Safe and sound. Then I can tell in the car about all the attractive places that make Bali famous. Ofcourse we can find all the destinations and cultures where tourists go on the whole island. But in my Guidebook you can also find destinations where generally no tourists come. We can make a planning for a whole day, by making combinations of the locations you can find in the Guidebook. I can drive you at reasonable rates. And I am also prepared to bring you back to the airport in Denpasar, if you wish after a nice lunch on the golden beach of the Jimbaran Bay, Kedonganan Beach. Were you can eat and swim before you go back with the plane to your country. Completely satisfied with all the treasures we have found on Bali.
Hannibal Lecter, my father
Author: Kathy Acker
Publisher: Semiotext
Pages: 148
Year: 1991-06-01
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You can say I write stories with sex and violence and therefore my writing isn't worth considering because it uses content much less lots of content. Well, I tell you this: 'Prickly race, who know nothing except how to eat out your hearts with envy, you don't eat cunt'... Edited by Sylvere Lotringer and published in 1991, this handy, pocket-sized collection of some early and not-so-early work by the mistress of gut-level fiction-making, Hannibal Lecter, My Father gathers together Acker's raw, brilliant, emotional and cerebral texts from 1970s, including the self-published 'zines written under the nom-de-plume, The Black Tarantula. This volume features, among others, the full text of Acker's opera, The Birth of the Poet, produced at Brooklyn Academy of Music in 1985, Algeria, 1979 and fragments of Politics, written at the age of 21. Also included is the longest and definitive interview Acker ever gave over two years: a chatty, intriguing and delightfully self-deprecating conversation with Semiotext(e) editor Sylvere Lotringer—which is trippy enough in itself as Lotringer, besides being a real person, has appeared as a character in Acker's fiction. And last, but not least, is the full transcript of the decision reached by West Germany's Federal Inspection Office for Publications Harmful to Minors in which Acker's work was judged to be "not only youth-threatening but also dangerous to adults," and subsequently banned. Acker is the sort of the writer that should be read first at 16, so that you can spend the rest of your life trying to figure her out; she confuses, infuriates, perplexes and then all of a sudden the writing seems to be in your bloodstream, like some kind of benign virus. She's definitely not for the easily offended—but then, there are worse things in life than being offended. Such as the things that Acker writes about...
Differential Calculus and Holomorphy
Author: J.F. Colombeau
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080871755
Pages: 454
Year: 2011-08-18
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Differential Calculus and Holomorphy
Lineage of Eccentrics
Author: Nobuo Tsuji
Pages: 223
Year: 2012
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