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The Covent Garden Magazine Or the Amorous Repository


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The Covent Garden Magazine Or the Amorous Repository


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An Amorous History of the Silver Screen


Title : An Amorous History of the Silver Screen
Author : Zhang Zhen
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total pages: 488 pages
ISBN: 9780226982373

Shanghai in the early twentieth century was alive with art and culture. With the proliferation of popular genres such as the martial arts film, the contest among various modernist filmmakers, and the advent of sound, Chinese cinema was transforming urban life. But with the Japanese invasion in 1937, all of this came to a screeching halt. Until recently, the political establishment has discouraged comprehensive studies of the cultural phenomenon of early Chinese film, and this momentous chapter in China's history has remained largely unexamined. The first sustained historical study of the emergence of cinema in China, An Amorous History of the Silver Screen is a fascinating narrative that illustrates the immense cultural significance of film and its power as a vehicle for social change. Named after a major feature film on the making of Chinese cinema, only part of which survives, An Amorous History of the Silver Screen reveals the intricacies of this cultural movement and explores its connections to other art forms such as photography, architecture, drama, and literature. In light of original archival research, Zhang Zhen examines previously unstudied films and expands the important discussion of how they modeled modern social structures and gender roles in early twentieth-century China. The first volume in the new and groundbreaking series Cinema and Modernity, An Amorous History of the Silver Screen is an innovative—and well illustrated—look at the cultural history of Chinese modernity through the lens of this seminal moment in Shanghai cinema.


Glamorous Illusions


Title : Glamorous Illusions
Author : Lisa T. Bergren
Publisher: David C Cook
Total pages: 416 pages
ISBN: 1434705331

When Cora Kensington learns she is the illegitimate daughter of a copper king, her life changes forever. Even as she explores Europe with her new family, she discovers that the most valuable journey is within. The first book in the Grand Tour series takes you from the farms of Montana through England and France on an adventure of forgiveness, spiritual awakening, and self-discovery.


The Amorous Heiress


Title : The Amorous Heiress
Author : Carrie Alexander
Publisher: Harlequin
Total pages: 192 pages
ISBN: 1459274369

Let's Celebrate! Augustina Fairchild knew that if she didn't find a husband soon all the good ones would be gone. Then she'd never get out from under her matchmaking grandmother's thumb. Enter Jed Kelley—her passport to freedom, her license to run wild—a sexy hunk as far from her slew of milquetoast suitors as you could get. There was only one slight hitch to getting hitched. Though Augustina was ready and willing for him to win her hand. Jed was "just the gardener." Grandmother Throckmorton would have been fine with a gold digger, but a dirt digger? Never!


The Lancashire Witches, and Tegue O Divelly the Irish Priest. A Comedy. Part the First [in Five Acts and in Prose]. The Amorous Bigot, with the Second Part of Tegue O Divelly, a Comedy


Title : The Lancashire Witches, and Tegue O Divelly the Irish Priest. A Comedy. Part the First [in Five Acts and in Prose]. The Amorous Bigot, with the Second Part of Tegue O Divelly, a Comedy
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Glamorous Powers


Title : Glamorous Powers
Author : Susan Howatch
Publisher: Fawcett
Total pages: 416 pages
ISBN: 0307775127

"Fascinating...convincing...believable." NEWSDAY The time is 1940. Jonathan Darrow is an Anglican priest when he receives a shattering vision and knows he must leave the monastery that has been his home for seventeen years. As he plunges into the temptations of the real world, a crisis sends him into the labyrinth of his past to pluck out the buried truth beneath the deceptions he has been living through. From the Paperback edition.


An Amorous History of the Silver Screen


Title : An Amorous History of the Silver Screen
Author : Zhang Zhen
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total pages: 488 pages
ISBN: 9780226982380

Shanghai in the early twentieth century was alive with art and culture. With the proliferation of popular genres such as the martial arts film, the contest among various modernist filmmakers, and the advent of sound, Chinese cinema was transforming urban life. But with the Japanese invasion in 1937, all of this came to a screeching halt. Until recently, the political establishment has discouraged comprehensive studies of the cultural phenomenon of early Chinese film, and this momentous chapter in China's history has remained largely unexamined. The first sustained historical study of the emergence of cinema in China, An Amorous History of the Silver Screen is a fascinating narrative that illustrates the immense cultural significance of film and its power as a vehicle for social change. Named after a major feature film on the making of Chinese cinema, only part of which survives, An Amorous History of the Silver Screen reveals the intricacies of this cultural movement and explores its connections to other art forms such as photography, architecture, drama, and literature. In light of original archival research, Zhang Zhen examines previously unstudied films and expands the important discussion of how they modeled modern social structures and gender roles in early twentieth-century China. The first volume in the new and groundbreaking series Cinema and Modernity, An Amorous History of the Silver Screen is an innovative—and well illustrated—look at the cultural history of Chinese modernity through the lens of this seminal moment in Shanghai cinema.


The squire of Alsatia. Bury fair. The amorous bigot. The scowrers. The volunteers


Title : The squire of Alsatia. Bury fair. The amorous bigot. The scowrers. The volunteers
Author : Thomas Shadwell,Sir John Shadwell
Publisher:
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Glamorous Latin Film Stars Paper Dolls


Title : Glamorous Latin Film Stars Paper Dolls
Author : Tom Tierney
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Total pages: 32 pages
ISBN: 0486430553

Movie star favorites with Hispanic roots! Each of the 16 glamorous ladies is wearing an outfit from one of her motion pictures and is accompanied by a second costume. Among the Latin lovelies are Rita Hayworth, Raquel Welch, Penelope Cruz, Jennifer Lopez, Carmen Miranda, Rita Moreno, Cameron Diaz, Rosie Perez, and Salma Hayek.


The Amorous Nightingale


Title : The Amorous Nightingale
Author : Edward Marston
Publisher: Allison & Busby
Total pages: 384 pages
ISBN: 0749009683

AN INTRIGUING MYSTERY SURROUNDS THE KING'S MISTRESS London 1667. Acclaimed beauty and singer Harriet Gow is the star performer at the famous Theatre Royal on Drury Lane, as well as the favourite mistress of King Charles II. After seeing her perform, Christopher Redmayne is likewise captivated so he is intrigued when the King urgently summons him - it seems Harriet has been kidnapped. Redmayne, with the help of his friend Jonathan Bale is engaged to resolve this delicate affair and they quickly begin delving into Harriet's background. The façade of elegance soon begins to crumble in the face of their investigations, and just as Redmayne and Bale start to question whether Harriet is really the victim or the guilty party, a brutal murder provides the answer...


Armed and Glamorous


Title : Armed and Glamorous
Author : Ellen Byerrum
Publisher: Penguin
Total pages: 336 pages
ISBN: 1440629927

Trench coats? hot or not? The author of Grave Apparel proves you can solve mysteries without sacrificing style... Unchallenged and unappreciated, fashion reporter Lacey Smithsonian slips on her trench coat and high-heeled gumshoes to pursue a course in private investigation and a shot at a better job. When a wealthy and erratic D.C. socialite is discovered quite dead outside the classroom, Lacey gets to test those sleuthing skills. Was the victim on her way to share a dangerous secret with Smithsonian? And what does it have to do with a missing Louis Vuitton vintage custom makeup case? Lacey must mix style with substance to unravel these tangled threads before she, or one of her best friends, gets caught in the sights of a cold-blooded killer?


The Case of the Glamorous Ghost


Title : The Case of the Glamorous Ghost
Author : Erle Stanley Gardner
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total pages: 224 pages
ISBN: 1471908593

Eleanor Corbin has a taste for trouble. Now her half-sister, Olga, fears Eleanor may be using her scandalous antics to disguise more larcenous acts. Enter Perry Mason, retained by Olga to keep the press at bay while discovering from Eleanor the sordid details of her last escapade.


Tragic Hollywood, Beautiful, Glamorous and Dead


Title : Tragic Hollywood, Beautiful, Glamorous and Dead
Author : Jackie Ganiy
Publisher: CreateSpace
Total pages: 298 pages
ISBN: 9781493557370

"Have you always been fascinated by the morbid side of Hollywood? Did you cut your teeth on books like Hollywood Babylon, and shows like Mysteries and Scanddals? This book promises to deliver all the salacious details about the stars you mremember, not for their films, but for their tragic short lives. What really happened to Natalie Wood aboard The Splendor that cold November night? Was Jayne Mansfield really decapitated? Just how decadent were the days of silent movies? Maybe you think you've heard it all? But trust me, you haven't!"--Back cover.


Glamorous Movie Stars of the 1950s Paper Dolls


Title : Glamorous Movie Stars of the 1950s Paper Dolls
Author : Tom Tierney
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Total pages: 32 pages
ISBN: 9780486403694

8 actresses of the 1950s, each with 3 dazzling costumes: Doris Day, Ava Gardner, Susan Hayward, Jane Russell, Audrey Hepburn, Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds, and Elizabeth Taylor.


Glamorous Asians


Title : Glamorous Asians
Author : May-Lee Chai
Publisher: University Press
Total pages: 87 pages
ISBN: 9780880938570

In this lyrical collection, May-lee Chai explores the diversity of the Asian-American experience, challenging stereotypes while experimenting with form, language, metaphor, and myth. In The Dancing Girls Story, a goddess fleeing the civil war in Cambodia is picked up by a Coast Guard ship and interrogated by uncomprehending INS officials. In Nai-nais Last Words, a son ponders the meaning of his mothers ghostly appearance after her death. In Easter, the biracial children of a Nebraska farmer and his Filipina showgirl wife must cope with the loss of their mother as well as their fathers way of life in their small farming community. In Mr. Chu Returns to His Sleeping Wife, an elderly Chinese mans dreams meld with reality as he faces his own mortality. In Saving Sourdi, a thoroughly Americanised Cambodian teenager vows to save her more traditional older sister from an arranged marriage. And in the final story, Your Grandmother, the War Criminal, an elderly Japanese-American woman uses the principles of origami to teach her granddaughter about the many layers of their familys complex history. In her title essay, Glamorous Asians, Chai combines family stories with musings about the nature of cultural representation and images of beauty in America for a witty send-up of the American glamour industry. Her final essay explores, with humour and insight, continuing notions of Yellow Peril amidst political scapegoating as well as images of Chinese-Americans as eternal foreigners in their own country. Together, these stories and essays provide a unique portrait of a diverse world.


Lotus Lane #3: Lulu: My Glamorous Life (A Branches Book)


Title : Lotus Lane #3: Lulu: My Glamorous Life (A Branches Book)
Author : Kyla May
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Total pages: 96 pages
ISBN: 0545496829

The Lotus Lane Girls Club is the most fun club EVER! This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line called Branches, which is aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow! This third book in the series is written as Lulu's diary, with fun illustrations and doodles throughout. Lulu loves all things sparkly, adores her BFFs, and is a huge fan of her favorite actress, Penelope Glitter. Lulu enters a look-alike contest in the hopes of being able to attend Penelope Glitter's new movie premiere. Here are some items on her to-do list: Pack costume and makeup Freak out Calm Down Make it to the next round?!


An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell


Title : An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell
Author : Deborah Levy
Publisher:
Total pages: 71 pages
ISBN: 9781908276469

Passionate and comic love song between an angel and an accountant in the London suburbs from Booker shortlisted Deborah Levy.


The Amorous Restoration


Title : The Amorous Restoration
Author : Andrew J. Counter
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total pages: 328 pages
ISBN: 0191089117

When Louis XVIII returned to the throne in 1814, and again in 1815, France embarked upon a period of uneasy cohabitation between the old and the new. The writers of the age, who included Chateaubriand, Stendhal, Balzac, and Mme de Duras, agreed that they lived at a historical turning point, a transitional moment whose outcome, though still uncertain, would transform the French way of life—beginning with the French way of love. The literary works of the Bourbon Restoration ceaselessly return to the themes of love, sex, and marriage, partly as vital cultural questions in their own right, but also as a means of critiquing the deficiencies of past regimes, negotiating the politics of the present, and imagining the shape of the political future. In the literature of the Restoration, love and politics become entwined in a mutually metaphorical embrace. The Amorous Restoration, the first book in English devoted to literary and cultural life under the last Bourbon kings, considers this relationship in all its richness and many contradictions. Long neglected as a drab historical backwater, the Restoration emerges here as a vibrant era, one rife with sharp cultural and political disagreements, and possessed of an especially refined sense of allusion, discretion, and even humour. Drawing on literature, journalism, political writing, life writing, and gossip, The Amorous Restoration vividly recreates the erotic sensibilities of a pivotal moment in the transition from an amorous old regime to erotic—and political—modernity.


Glamorous Movie Stars of the Thirties Paper Dolls


Title : Glamorous Movie Stars of the Thirties Paper Dolls
Author : Tom Tierney
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Total pages: 32 pages
ISBN: 048623715X

Crawford, MacDonald, Lombard, Harlow, Garbo, Bennett, Garland, and Carroll with 38 authentic film costumes. 16 plates in full color.