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Invisible Republic

Author : Gabriel Hardman
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The critically-acclaimed poli-sci-fi thriller INVISIBLE REPUBLIC continues! Arthur McBride's consolidation of power comes at a terrible price, but is his cousin Maia willing to pay it? Collects INVISIBLE REPUBLIC #6-10 A woman erased from history seeks to lead her world into the future, but the deeds of the past can't be expunged without a fight. Creators Gabriel Hardman (Hulk, Kinski, storyboard artist of Inception and Interstellar) and Corinna Bechko (Once Upon a Time, Heathentown, Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen) return to Invisible Republic as revolution grips the remote moon of Avalon. The fate of the world rests with the woman closest to its reviled, deposed dictator, but it's a disgraced reporter who may hold the key to a new insurrection.

Invisible Republic Vol 2

Author : Gabriel Hardman
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The critically-acclaimed poli-sci-fi thriller INVISIBLE REPUBLIC continues! Arthur McBride's consolidation of power comes at a terrible price, but is his cousin Maia willing to pay it? Collects INVISIBLE REPUBLIC #6-10

Invisible Republic Vol 3

Author : Gabriel Hardman
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The Hugo Award finalist continues! Jump into this fast-paced, poli-sci-fi thriller and see why critics call INVISIBLE REPUBLIC "smart" and "fantastically sordid." When idealism becomes brutality, it's hard to pick a side. No one knows this better than Maia, but is she willing to give up her dreams for the sake of security? Collects INVISIBLE REPUBLIC #11-15.

Keys to the Rain

Author : Oliver Trager
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Provides an overview of Dylan's complete recorded work and analyses of each work's place in his career, critical entries on each of the songs, and biographical sketches of the musicians and songwriters with whom he has associated.

Burnette Gregor Haskell

Author : Caroline Medan
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Romancing the Folk

Author : Benjamin Filene
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In American music, the notion of "roots" has been a powerful refrain, but just what constitutes our true musical traditions has often been a matter of debate. As Benjamin Filene reveals, a number of competing visions of America's musical past have vied for influence over the public imagination in this century. Filene builds his story around a fascinating group of characters--folklorists, record company executives, producers, radio programmers, and publicists--who acted as middlemen between folk and popular culture. These cultural brokers "discovered" folk musicians, recorded them, and promoted them. In the process, Filene argues, they shaped mainstream audiences' understanding of what was "authentic" roots music. Filene moves beyond the usual boundaries of folk music to consider a wide range of performers who drew on or were drawn into the canon of American roots music--from Lead Belly and Woody Guthrie, to Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon, to Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan. Challenging traditional accounts that would confine folk music revivalism to the 1930s and 1960s, he argues instead that the desire to preserve and popularize America's musical heritage is a powerful current that has run throughout this century's culture and continues to flow today.

Programming the Invisible Hand

Author : Morris H. Crawford
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Bombay Gin

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Bowling Beatniks and Bell bottoms 1960s and 1970s

Author : Sara Pendergast
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Recounts the enduring products, innovative trends, and fun fads of the past ten decades. In 5 volumes.

The Old time Herald

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Festival of American Folklife

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The Guardian Index

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Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Part 1 Performance and Production

Author : John Shepherd
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The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music Volume 1 provides an overview of media, industry, and technology and its relationship to popular music. In 500 entries by 130 contributors from around the world, the volume explores the topic in two parts: Part I: Social and Cultural Dimensions, covers the social phenomena of relevance to the practice of popular music and Part II: The Industry, covers all aspects of the popular music industry, such as copyright, instrumental manufacture, management and marketing, record corporations, studios, companies, and labels. Entries include bibliographies, discographies and filmographies, and an extensive index is provided.

Concise Hist Amer Republic Vol 2 Since 1865 04

Author : Samuel Eliot Morison
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Song Dance Man III

Author : Michael Gray
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A comprehensive evaluation of Dylan's music traces his evolution from protest singer to born-again Christian.

Invisible Hands

Author : Natasja Peeters
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"Geographically, the case studies in this volume deal with southern Netherlandish towns, in particular Antwerp, Brussels, Mechelen, Ghent and Bruges. One essay focuses on the Dutch Republic. Chronologically, the contributions treat the late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period (c. 1450 and c. 1650). From an artistic point of view, this era can be characterized as the long 'Golden Age' of Flemish painting. The epoch witnessed the apogee of the art of the Flemish Primitives and the rise of the successful genre of Antwerp Mannerism. It also witnessed the start of the influence of the Italian Renaissance on Flemish art, the rise of Antwerp over the course of the sixteenth century as the vanguard of new genres which were exported all over the world, and the international triumph of the Flemish Baroque after 1610."--BOOK JACKET.

The Invisible Cage

Author : John T. Chalcraft
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Uncovers the hidden history of Syrian migrant workers in Lebanon, from independence to the present, to break new ground in Middle East Studies and challenge existing ways of thinking about migration.

Andrew Furuseth

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Arts Humanities Citation Index

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Book Review Index a Master Cumulation 1998 2002

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