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Sant Singh Sekhon

Author : Sant Singh Sekhon
ISBN : 8126019999
Genre : Indic prose literature (English)
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The Volume Includes Selected Writings Of Sant Singh Sekhon, The Most Innovative Writer Of Punjab In 20Th Century. Included Here Are His Critical Articles, Covering Punjabi Poets Of All The Eras. Samples Of His Translation Also Figure In The Volume In Ample Measure In Which He Seeks To Pose A Creative Tension Between Punjabi And English.

The Work Of Antonio Sant Elia

Author : Professor Esther Da Costa Meyer
ISBN : 0300043090
Genre : Architecture
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Born in 1888 and killed during World War I, Antonio Sant'Elia was an Italian visionary architect who brilliantly anticipated in his remarkable sketches and futurist manifesto many of the characteristics of the great metropolises of the modern age. His drawings, which are practically all that remains of his work, include revolutionary cityscapes with setback skyscrapers, overpasses for pedestrians, and traffic lanes; power plants that express both admiration for science and a lingering need for lyricism; and futurist stations for trains and airplanes dramatized by bold, kinetic facades. This handsome book is the most comprehensive account of Sant'Elia's work ever written. Esther da Costa Meyer analyzes his dazzling designs, decoding his "high-tech" imagery and showing how he was influenced not only by the futurist movement but also by other international currents that wove through Milanese culture - such as symbolism, art nouveau, and the Vienna Secession - as well as visual culture and industrial architecture. Da Costa Meyer also covers Sant'Elia's short life, his career as a socialist, and the posthumous cult that grew around him during Italy's fascist regime.

J Krishnamurti And Sant Kabir

Author : Rohit Mehta
ISBN : 8120806689
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From Kabir to Krishnamurti is a far cry. For, they are separated one from the other by over five centuries. But quantitative measurement of this distance has a qualitative aspect which cannot be measured in any time-scale. Two great seers lived in two completely different worlds-with no comparison between the two. And yet they expressed their thoughts and experience not only in a similar language but almost in identical terms. In these two streams of thought represented by Kabir and Krishnaji, the authors note a fascinating parallelism. These streams run parallel to each other-and yet they meet from time to time-at the intersections between the two approaches to life. J. Krishnamurti and Sant Kabir focuses on these meeting points between the two approaches to life. The book also presents the intersections between the writings and sayings of Kabir and Krishnaji.

The Nuns Of Sant Ambrogio

Author : Hubert Wolf
ISBN : 9780191046056
Genre : Religion
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Discovered in a secret Vatican archive, this is the true, never-before-told story of poison, murder, and lesbian initiation rites in a nineteenth century convent. In 1858, Katherina von Hohenzollern, a German princess recently inducted into the convent of Sant'Ambrogio in Rome, wrote a frantic letter to her cousin, a confidant of the Pope, claiming that she was being abused and feared for her life. The subsequent investigation by the Church's Inquisition uncovered the extraordinary secrets of Sant'Ambrogio and the illicit behavior of the convent's beautiful young mistress, Maria Luissa. What emerges through the fog of centuries is a sex scandal of ecclesiastical proportions, skillfully brought to light and vividly reconstructed in scholarly detail by one of the world's leading papal historians. Offering a broad historical background on female mystics and the cult of the Virgin Mary, and drawing upon written testimony and original documents, Hubert Wolf tells an incredible story of deception, heresy, seduction, and murder in the heart of the Catholic Church.

Conversations With Gus Van Sant

Author : Mario Falsetto
ISBN : 9781442247673
Genre : Performing Arts
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Gus Van Sant is an award-winning film director who has also overseen some significant commercial features, such as Good Will Hunting, as well as the critically acclaimed independents, such as Drugstore Cowboy and My Own Private Idaho. This book contains a critical overview of Van Sant’s work and interviews with Van Sant about all of his film projects, from his first film, Mala Noche (1985) to his most recent, Promised Land (2012), as well as his work on the Showtime series, Boss (with Kelsey Grammer).

The Gus Van Sant Touch

Author : Justin Vicari
ISBN : 9781476600970
Genre : Performing Arts
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Beloved, controversial, influential, the creator of such fascinating and award-winning films as My Own Private Idaho, Good Will Hunting, Elephant, and Milk, Gus Van Sant stands among the great international directors, equally at home in Hollywood and the avant-garde. Examining his films thematically, this book finds consistency of vision in Van Sant’s unique approach to cinema, which deploys postmodernist techniques such as appropriation, nonlinear narrative, and queering—not in the service of the chic but to apply an all-inclusive viewpoint to ageless tales of life, love and death. Van Sant’s films are viewed through a multi-genre prism, including the work of Bruce Weber and Derek Jarman, the westerns of Sam Peckinpah, the music of the Velvet Underground and Nirvana, the fiction of Sam D’Allesandro, and especially the “cut-up”/collage practice of intertextual authorship pioneered by William Burroughs.

Cannen Spirituel Ar Buh Sant Corneli E Inour R Parr S Carnac Escobti G N D

Author : Pope Cornelius
ISBN : BL:A0017254372
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Sant Ilario

Author : Francis Marion Crawford
ISBN : 9781465534606
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Sant Ravidas

Author : Manish Kumar
ISBN : 9789351863731
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Ravidas was born in the year 1433 in a Dalit family of Mandur Village near Varanasi on the day of full-moon in the month of Magha. Since he was born on Sunday (Ravivar), he came to be called Ravidas. His father was known by the name of Raghava. He was popularly called Raghu. His mother’s name was Ghurbiniya Devi. People also called her Karama Devi. Ravidas was a devoted son to his parents.

Sant Ippolito Sotto La Neve

Author : Marco Michelini
ISBN : 9781291139907
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