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Author : Sinclair Lewis
Genre : Americans
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A middle-aged American retires and he and his wife go to Europe where they find a new set of values and relationships.

Dodsworth In Paris

Author : Tim Egan
ISBN : 0618980628
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When Dodsworth and the duck vacation in Paris, they have a grand time despite running out of money and accidentally riding their bicycles in the Tour de France.

Dodsworth In London

Author : Tim Egan
ISBN : 9780547505312
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Dodsworth and his duck have just arrived in London via hot air balloon. There is so much to see Double-decker buses Palaces Fog But a crowded bus stop leads to a hilarious case of mistaken identity and . . . a lost duck. Time to call in Scotland Yard?

Dodsworth In Tokyo

Author : Tim Egan
ISBN : 9780544222809
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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With trips to New York, Paris, London, and Rome under their belts, Dodsworth and the duck head for Japan: “The plane glided over Mount Fuji. Tokyo sparkled in the distance. Dodsworth was a little nervous.” Dodsworth has good reason to be nervous—the duck bumps into a rickshaw, falls into a koi pond (he can’t swim), and knocks over a tray of wagashi! Readers will love the slapstick humor and the odd-couple friendship between Dodsworth and the duck. Four engaging chapters of short sentences, clean design, and gem-like little paintings of the Land of the Rising Sun make it easy for early readers to enjoy the journey.

Dodsworth In New York

Author : Tim Egan
ISBN : 9780547562575
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Dodsworth wanted adventure. He wanted to see the world. He especially wanted to visit New York City. What he didn’t want was to be joined by a duck. A crazy duck. A duck that misbehaves. Young readers will laugh out loud at the duck’s silly antics as Dodsworth has the unexpected adventure of his life in the Big Apple . . . and beyond.

Dodsworth In Rome

Author : Tim Egan
ISBN : 9780547390062
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Dodsworth and his duck companion have a lovely time in Rome, even though the duck tries to improve the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and takes all the coins from the Trevi Fountain.

The Fundamentals Of Interior Design

Author : Simon Dodsworth
ISBN : 9782940373925
Genre : Architecture
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A comprehensive introduction to the key elements and concepts of interior design. Guidelines provide structure and encourage readers to initiate methodologies.


Author : Laura Dodsworth
ISBN : 1780664257
Genre : Body image in men
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Manhood 100 men bravely share un-airbrushed photographs of their penises alongside honest, courageous, powerful and humorous stories about their penises and their lives. Intimate, visually refreshing, maybe even surprising, Manhood will make you reconsider how you think and feel about your own body, and those of the men in your life.

Bare Reality

Author : Laura Dodsworth
ISBN : 1780662602
Genre : Photography
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100 Women, Their Breasts, Their Stories. In this ground-breaking project, 100 women bravely shared un-airbrushed photographs of their breasts alongside honest, courageous and moving stories about their breasts and their lives.

A World Laid Waste

Author : Francis Dodsworth
ISBN : 9781351996495
Genre : Social Science
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Globalisation and neo-liberalism have seen the rise of new international powers, increasingly interlinked economies, and mass urbanisation. The internet, mobile communications and mass migration have transformed lives around the planet. For some, this has been positive and liberating, but it has also been destructive of settled communities and ways of living, ecologies, economies and livelihoods, cultural values, political programmes and identities. This edited volume uses the concept of waste to explore and critique the destructive impact of globalisation and neo-liberalism. By bringing to bear the distinct perspectives of sociologists of class, religion and culture; anthropologists concerned with infrastructures, material waste and energy; and analysts from accounting and finance exploring financialization and supply chains, this collection explores how creative responses to the wastelands of globalisation can establish alternative, at times fragile, narratives of hope. Responding to the tendency in contemporary public and academic discourse to resort to a language of the ‘laid to waste’ or ‘left behind’ to make sense of social and cultural change, the authors of this volume focus on the practices and rhetorics of waste in a range of different empirical settings to reveal the spaces for political action and social imagination that are emerging even in times of polarisation, uncertainty and disillusionment. This inter-disciplinary approach, developed through a decade of research in the ESRC Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC), provides a distinctive perspective on the ways in which people in very different social and cultural contexts are negotiating the destructive and creative possibilities of recent political and economic change.

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