Worlds Within Worlds

From the internationally bestselling artist that brought you the Morphia series, this incredible coloring book includes 96 double-sided pages of pure imagination in an all-new Kerby Rosanes universe.

Author: Kerby Rosanes

Publisher: Plume

ISBN: 0593086236

Category: Art

Page: 96

View: 504

From the internationally bestselling artist that brought you the Morphia series, this incredible coloring book includes 96 double-sided pages of pure imagination in an all-new Kerby Rosanes universe. A new fantastic and super-detailed adult coloring book, in an entirely new world, from the prodigious bestselling illustrator. Colorists will find Kerby Rosanes's new creations to be hypnotic, with spread after dizzying spread featuring creatures, people, animals, and landscapes that blur the line between familiar and magical, between reality and imagination. Fans will be thrilled to see Kerby return with this 96-page book, providing an apparently endless coloring challenge for even his most dedicated and enthusiastic fans.

Worlds Within Worlds

Author: Michael Marten

Publisher: Holt McDougal

ISBN:

Category: Natural history

Page: 208

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Worlds Within Worlds

For the first time in history, humans are learning to produce and control nuclear energy -- the energy that, in the form of sunlight, has served humankind for it's entire existence.

Author: Isaac Asimov

Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.

ISBN: 0898750016

Category: Science

Page: 156

View: 158

For the first time in history, humans are learning to produce and control nuclear energy -- the energy that, in the form of sunlight, has served humankind for it's entire existence. With fossil fuel supplies dwindling, concerned citizens, no matter how scant their scientific knowledge, must understand this enormous force. Book jacket.

Worlds Within Worlds

The book accompanies an exhibition organized by Robert D. Mowry, curator of Chinese art, Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University Art Museums.

Author: Robert D. Mowry

Publisher: Art Media Resources Limited

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 317

View: 556

Revered by Chinese connoisseurs and literati since the Tang dynasty (618-907) or earlier, scholars' rocks have been little known in the West. As refined indoor kin of the more widely recognized Chinese garden stones, these rocks intended for studio display combine the charm of microcosm with sheer abstract beauty; whether regarded as fantastical miniature landscapes or as nonrepresentational sculpture, they invite and reward contemplation. The book accompanies an exhibition organized by Robert D. Mowry, curator of Chinese art, Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University Art Museums. Essays provide rich insights into the rocks' history and social context, as well as their web of poetic, religious, and philosophical associations. Along with an abundance of research on Chinese records, the book offers ground-breaking scientific analyses in an effort to establish materials and provenance of the rocks, and of their accompanying stands, which are often regarded as minor works of art in their own right. Color plates of the eighty rocks in the exhibition are accompanied by full descriptions and extensive background materials. Maps, tables, graphs, and comparative figures further enhance this striking foundation study.

Worlds Within Worlds Mass and energy The neutron The structure of the nucleus

Author: Isaac Asimov

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Nuclear energy

Page: 172

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Worlds Within Worlds

Author:

Publisher: Millefleurs

ISBN: 9781557422132

Category: Science fiction, American

Page: 122

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Worlds Within Worlds

Take your courage in your hands and enjoy the journey through Worlds Within Worlds.

Author: Barbara Kendall-Davies

Publisher: Austin Macauley

ISBN: 9781528922029

Category: Philosophy

Page: 158

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Most thinking people pause at times to wonder what life is all about. Where do we come from and where do we go after we shuffle off this mortal coil? Of course, no one has all the answers so we become seekers of truth. Meditation is a good starting point in order to calm the mind and open up channels into deeper areas of being. If we are serious, we should pray for wisdom, then inner and outer teachers appear and our journey on an uncharted ocean begins. Nothing is given on a plate, but little by little, small pieces of the jigsaw begin to fit; however, as one question is answered, a dozen more pop up. It is an exciting process and if we persevere, we learn about subjects that are not on the curriculum of any earthly university but are aspects of the ageless wisdom. Take your courage in your hands and enjoy the journey through Worlds Within Worlds.

Worlds Within Worlds

The Merchant Taylors ' court minutes speak eloquently of this passage into
adulthood , describing men at its threshold as ' young beginners and newly
ENTERING into the world to deal for themselves ... which word ' ENTERING '
does strike a ...

Author: Steve Rappaport

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521892216

Category: History

Page: 468

View: 937

A study of urban life in early modern Britian which combines sophisticated quantitative analysis with vivid empirical detail.

Worlds Within Worlds

The Novels of Ivan Turgenev Jane Tussey Costlow. Worlds Within Worlds The
Novels of Ivan Turgenev PRINCETON LEGACY LIBRARY Worlds within Worlds
Worlds within Worlds THE NOVELS OF IVAN. JANE TUSSEY COSTLOW Cover.

Author: Jane Tussey Costlow

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 1400860709

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 180

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The novelist Ivan Turgenev (1818-1883) is known primarily as a chronicler of his age and crafter of elegant prose--like the simplest painting of daily artifacts, his works have pleased partly because they shape a recognizable world and partly because their form gives to the content its resonant signifying power. Here Jane Costlow accounts for both the historicity and aesthetic elegance of Turgenev's realist novels in close readings of Rudin, A Nest of Gentry, On the Eve, and Fathers and Children, all written between 1855 and 1861. Each essay focuses on a particular aspect of Turgenev's art as it relates to his human and aesthetic concerns. This study challenges traditional views of Turgenev as an objective recorder of his times, suggesting that the engaging qualities of his novels lie less in their historicity than in the lyricism and aesthetic consciousness with which he shaped his narratives. Costlow explores the lyric meditation, pastoral longing, and unspoken emotion that are the hallmarks of Turgenev's prose and that make up his "worlds within worlds," the realms of his novels that elude the historical. Throughout she demonstrates how the aesthetics of constraint and understatement mask the author's awareness of limitation and complexity in human experience. By stressing the enigmatic and challenging qualities of his works, Costlow exposes Turgenev to revealing new readings. Originally published in 1990. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Prunella Smith

In her work world, she edits the love story of Kelee, a Magan Lord's daughter, and in the cyber-world of social media, she's subjected to slanderous attacks by a disgruntled author.

Author: Tahlia Newland

Publisher: Aia Publishing

ISBN: 9780994219206

Category: Fiction

Page: 294

View: 852

'The barrier between the worlds shatters like the window. The beast is loose. My nightmare has become real. The guy has totally lost it. If he finds us here, we could die. No, I don't doubt it; we will die.' Author and editor Prunella Smith inhabits a multilayered reality. Physically, she lives in the Australian bush with her crazy cat Merlin. In her work world, she edits the love story of Kelee, a Magan Lord's daughter, and in the cyber-world of social media, she's subjected to slanderous attacks by a disgruntled author. To complicate matters further she sees things through the eyes of a Tibetan Yogi, has strange dreams and relives forgotten memories. Separate worlds, interconnected and complementary, but can they help when Prunella becomes victim to a real life stalker and her sanity is threatened? Worlds Within Worlds has a unique perspective on the nature of creativity. Its touch is light, its humour distinctive but it reaches deep into the nature of human experience.

Worlds Within Worlds

Worlds Within Worlds combines sophisticated quantitative analysis with vivid empirical detail, and mounts a major challenge to much current thinking about urban life in early modern Britain.

Author: Steve Lee Rappaport

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780521350655

Category: History

Page: 449

View: 774

A study of urban life in early modern Britian which combines sophisticated quantitative analysis with vivid empirical detail.

Worlds Within Worlds

In Worlds Within Worlds: A Fathers Poems and Prayers, James P. MacGuires poems celebrate the joys and challenges of love, marriage, fatherhood, children, work, loss, sorrow, doubt, and ultimately, resilient faith.

Author: James P. MacGuire

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 154622274X

Category: Poetry

Page: 86

View: 808

In Worlds Within Worlds: A Fathers Poems and Prayers, James P. MacGuires poems celebrate the joys and challenges of love, marriage, fatherhood, children, work, loss, sorrow, doubt, and ultimately, resilient faith. With settings in New York, the Long Island shore, New England, Florida, Colorado, and Ireland, MacGuires poetry is alive with the seen and the unseen, the natural and the supernatural, quotidian realities, and sublimely spiritual illuminations.

Worlds Within

SOMETHING ABOUT WORLDS WITHIN By Rog Phillips Lin Carter , engineer
engaged in top secret research at Lockheed , was shaving when the knock came
at his apartment door . It could mean an interruption that would make him late for
 ...

Author: Rog Phillips

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Science fiction, American

Page: 159

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World Within World

These small worlds help orient people within the greater world by creating centers and boundaries around and within which the events of life take place. “One's identity is contingent on the sense of belonging to a place.

Author: Stephen Spender

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 70

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When people settle in one place they often express a desire to clarify their place in the world through the creation of small, self-contained worlds. These small worlds help orient people within the greater world by creating centers and boundaries around and within which the events of life take place. “One's identity is contingent on the sense of belonging to a place. The creation of place and entry is a fundamental human activity, enacted by all humans, beginning with the archetypal children's game of creating “houses” for themselves under tables, in boxes, or out of found materials.”2 Small worlds take form in many shapes on many scales, from individual rooms and buildings to complete communities and cultures, each imaginable as a whole though connected through thresholds to larger realities. "The act of settling in a place was often mythologized as the creation of the world, and...the creation of a sacred place has principally provided the existential means for people to establish a center and thus define their place in the world."3

Worlds Within Worlds

Author: HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Publisher: Fourth Estate

ISBN: 9781841156460

Category:

Page:

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Worlds Within Worlds

Author: Steve Rappaport

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

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Worlds Within

Traces the development of fantasy literature for children from the seventeenth century to the 1980s and discusses specific works

Author: Sheila A. Egoff

Publisher: Chicago : American Library Association

ISBN:

Category: Children

Page: 339

View: 629

Traces the development of fantasy literature for children from the seventeenth century to the 1980s and discusses specific works

Worlds Within Women

Focusing on the connection between metaphor and myth, Thelma Shinn provides a methaphoric reading of fantastic literature by women that enables the reader to glimpse its underlying mythic purpose and content.

Author: Thelma J. Shinn

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 214

View: 638

Focusing on the connection between metaphor and myth, Thelma Shinn provides a methaphoric reading of fantastic literature by women that enables the reader to glimpse its underlying mythic purpose and content. She examines some seventy novels by twenty-four women writers and draws on a rich variety of secondary sources in literature, women's studies, science fiction/fantasy scholarship, and comparative mythology.

Worlds Within Worlds

This coloring book is a great non-screen activity to stimulate a child's creativity and imagination. It makes a perfect gift!About this unicorn coloring book:* Contains 34 completely unique coloring pages.

Author: unicorn book

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 52

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24 completely unique unicorn coloring pages for kids ages 4-8!Unicorns are so much fun to color because they lead such interesting, magical lives! They meet princesses, dragons and mermaids. They visit castles and enchanted woodlands, fly through stars and rainbow skies and even wind up in the Land of Sweets! Share the fun and magic of unicorns with a special child! This coloring book is a great non-screen activity to stimulate a child's creativity and imagination. It makes a perfect gift!About this unicorn coloring book:* Contains 34 completely unique coloring pages. There are NO duplicate images in this book.* The pages are single-sided to prevent bleed-through, and so that pages can be removed and displayed without losing an image on the back.* We have carefully designed each page to be entertaining and suitable for children in the 4 to 8 year-old age range. We have avoided overly-intricate designs as well as overly-simplistic ones. We believe children of this age love coloring fun scenes that fire up their imaginations, not a book full of simple shapes.* The pages are a nice, large 8.5x11 size.Magic Unicorns Coloring Book

Worlds Within Worlds

A Beautiful Premium cover design, Perfect for giftBeautiful Artwork and Designs.

Author: Philip Riveron

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 24

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A Beautiful Premium cover design, Perfect for giftBeautiful Artwork and Designs. Well-crafted illustrations and designs that lay the groundwork for you to create your own frame-worthy masterpieces.High Resolution Printing. Each image is printed in high resolution to offer crisp, sharp designs that enable trouble free coloring and high-quality display.Single-sided Pages. Every image is printed on a single-sided page, so that you can use a broad variety of coloring choices without fearing bleed through. Moreover, single-side pages can be framed to display your masterpieces.Professional design. Premium glossy cover design, large 8.5 "x 11" format.A Great Gift. Coloring books make a wonderful gifted item.