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Sheep Incognito

Author : Conni Tgel
ISBN : 0615255620
Genre : Art
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Welcome to the nation of sheep It is a country both familiar and fantastical, where sheep can be political animals, but more often are fluffy, quirky and as cute as can be. Professional artist Conni Togel has become a shepherdess of sorts, painting her Sheep Incognito series has delighted audiences and art collectors around the world. Along with the paintings, Conni wool gathers, commenting on her work, her life and how she creates her flock of friends. Sheep Incognito is a moving account on the evolution of her sheep. It provides a glimpse into the artist's studio world and the sheep's rather peculiar minds, along with some never before seen drawings, sketches and more than 110 paintings of the Sheep Incognito series. A true treasure trove of Sheep Incognito.

Jesus Incognito

Author : Martien E. Brinkman
ISBN : 9789401208949
Genre : Religion
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In this book Martien Brinkman explores the Jesus incognito as found in Western film, literature, and the visual arts since 1960. His interest here is focused primarily on indirect references to the Jesus figure. To his surprise, he found an abundance of allusions to Jesus in key figures in modern art. This confirmed his view that film, literature, and the visual arts make a substantial contribution, even in secular Western culture, to continuing reflection on Jesus’ significance. Brinkman finds important characteristics of a hidden Christ in films by Gabriel Axel, Ingmar Bergman, Krzysztof Kieslowski, and Lars von Trier, novels by Peter De Vries, J.M. Coetzee, and Arnon Grunberg, poems by Les Murray and Czeslaw Milosz, and paintings by Andy Warhol, Harald Duwe, and Frans Franciscus. He defines a hidden Christ as a fictional human individual who can be seen as a new embodiment of the meaning that can be attributed in the present to the biblical figure of Jesus. The hidden Christ is therefore a contemporized Jesus figure. This book will be of interest for everyone who shares Brinkman’s quest for this Jesus incognito.

Sheep Herd Nation

Author : Ryan Sotelo
ISBN : 9781514427675
Genre : Fiction
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Sheep Herd Nation takes place in America's future in a parallel New York City named "The Empire City". The mayor, Jonah Jeplin, installs a drone database that spies on the American people in order to better society as a whole and keep everyone safe. Dan Rivers, a writer for the City Times, discovers Mayor Jeplin has sold drone plans to enemies of the United States, and tries to expose him. While Rivers is in the Empire City at a baseball game with his son, Jeplin's drone system gets hacked and a massacre begins. Dan and his son find safety but become separated, and the quest quickly turns into not only trying to find his son, but to figure out who hacked the system and why. As Dan Rivers soon finds out though, it is either save his son, or save the world.

The British Chronicles

Author : David Hughes
ISBN : 9780788444906
Genre : Great Britain
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Author : Jessica Le Bas
ISBN : 1869403924
Genre : Poetry
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This engaging collection of poetry, split into six sections and written in an intimate and affectionate tone, is wonderfully diverse. The lyrical poems address issues that run the gamut from family, friends, and domestic situations; to children’s perception of the world; the seashore; and political situations based on the author’s experience as a United Nations worker in the former Yugoslavia. Winner, NZSA Jessie Mackay Award for Best First Book of Poetry 2008

Incognito Social Investigation In British Literature

Author : Luke Seaber
ISBN : 9783319509624
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book is the first full critical history of incognito social investigation texts – in other words, works detailing their authors’ experiences whilst pretending to be poor. The most famous example is Down and Out in Paris and London, but there has been a vast array of other works in the genre since it was created in 1866 by James Greenwood’s ‘A Night in a Workhouse’. It draws up a classification of incognito social investigation texts, dividing them into four subtypes. The first comprises those texts following most narrowly in James Greenwood’s footsteps, taking the extreme poor as their object of study. The next is the investigation of poverty through walking, for pedestrianism and poverty are fascinatingly linked. The third is that of people looking at relative poverty rather than absolute, where authors take on badly-paid work in order to report on it, which is when incognito social investigation becomes very much something carried out by women. We end looking at those incognito social investigators who settled in the areas they explored. Not only will this book recover the history of a genre that has long been ignored, however, but it will also offer significant close reading of many of the texts that it places within the tradition(s) it discovers.

Leading Questions

Author : Malcolm Peet
ISBN : 0174323379
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The student guide to passing poetry and prose criticism in the AS and A Level English Literature exams. Leading Questions lends itself to a variety of teaching strategies such as group work, individual writing and coursework. It presents a wide range of prose and verse extracts, which together constitute a rich and varied anthology of predominantly modern writing.

Das Evangelium Nach Matth Us

Author : Ulrich Luz
ISBN : 3545231356
Genre : Apostles
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Ulrich Luz hat den 1985 erschienenen Matthauskommentar vollig uberarbeitet.


Author : Petru Dumitriu
ISBN : UCSC:32106001557021
Genre : History
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Books In Print 2009 2010

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ISBN : 0835250210
Genre : Publishers' catalogs
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