4 edition of scholar-adventurer found in the catalog.
John Dozier Gordan
by New York Public Library, Distributed by the Pub. Center for Cultural Resources in New York
Written in English
|LC Classifications||Z720.G66 A3 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||87018136|
Something haunts the desert, something that was once an opinicus. Cherine—scholar, adventurer, metal-beak, and popular kidnapping victim. While his old mate and friends fight for his amnesty, he lives out his exile in the aneda forest. When Zeph and Kia approach him about hunting down the infamous Nighthaunt, he’s all too happy to leave his hovel behind. Inquisitor Bronislaw Czevak – scholar, adventurer, fugitive. Since fleeing the fabled Black Library of the eldar with the Atlas Infernal, he has been hunted by xenos, heretic and sorcerer just as he once hunted them. Guided and protected by this ancient tome bound in human skin, he has now found his way to the daemon world of Nereus in search.
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Noted jazz and pop record producer Thiele offers a chatty autobiography. Aided by record-business colleague Golden, Thiele traces his career from his start as a ``pubescent, novice jazz record producer'' in the s through the '50s, when he headed Coral, Dot, and Roulette Records, and the '60s, when he worked for ABC and ran the famous Impulse! jazz label. This is his best legend book since The Vanishing Hitchhiker."--Patricia A. Turner, author of I Heard It through the Grapevine: Rumor in African-American Culture "Urban legends cut through society in countless ways, and tracing their history is a daunting task that only an experienced scholar-adventurer like Jan Brunvand can handle.
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Richard Altick's book was required reading for a graduate school course I had in the mid 70's. This was my first introduction to the world of "detective" work within the framework of literature and I found all the stories fascinating.
I kept the book for many years, loaning it out to friends for their enjoyment/5(4). Very entertaining, educational, and humorous anecdotes about literary mysteries -- forgeries, missing manuscripts, even ~*MURDER*~ (e.g., who killed Christopher Marlowe?) -- solved by academics, librarians, collectors, and passionate readers in the years beforewhen the book was scholar-adventurer book published.
I'd love to read scholar-adventurer book write??) a follow-up book providing updates on all the loose ends Altick /5. Get this from a library.
Worthington Chauncey Ford: scholar and adventurer. [Louis Leonard Tucker] -- "Worthington Chauncey Ford () was descended from a long line of intellectuals, including Governor William Bradford of Plymouth Colony, President. BY JANET MANDELSTAM. Journalist Douglas Wissing describes himself as “half scholar, half adventurer.”.
Combine those attributes with an award-winning career in which his work has been featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, and National Geographic Traveler; toss in “a love of Indiana” and a long-standing interest in Central Asia, and you have two of Wissing’s recent.
Scholar-adventurer. New York: New York Public Library: Distributed by the Pub. Center for Cultural Resources, (OCoLC) Named Person: John D Gordan; John D Gordan: Material Type: Government publication, Local government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John D Gordan; Sean Adams.
Furnivall. Victorian Scholar Adventurer. Norman, OK: Pilgrim Books, (), First Edition. octavo, blue cloth in dust jacket. (xii), pp. Pilgrim Books, Item # With his immense energy, Furnivall was a central force behind the English literary scene in the nineteenth century, particularly in its scholarly branches, founding many literary societies, contributing to the beginnings.
Scholar-adventurer book Scholar Adventurer: A Tribute to John D. Gordon (–) on the Eightieth Anniversary of His Birth with Six of his Essays contains “urbane essays on English and American literature by the first curator of the Library’s Berg Collection” ().
The collection was published by the New York Public Library in an edition of There is a Scholar OCC in "The Old Ones" book page 14 Q's on this board need canon answers first for the question that was asked. Then you can post your own opinions or house rules, they need to be listed/declareds as your own opinions or house rules.
The challenge is to make the books representative of my buddy's interest. So, there's a Thor collection in front, an MLA handbook in the middle, and the open book is an illuminated-style comic abecedary, with the page open to "B," and Batman.
The bat symbol is in progress, but the illuminated letter is there. The Scholar Adventurer WIP. Many years later, Mr. Bessac chronicled the journey in a book, “Death on the Chang Tang: Tibet, ” (), which relied heavily on Mr.
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I like knowing there are people like you (Scholar-Adventurer?) who take the time. Atom Commented on January 7, I so need this thanks. James Commented on November 7, The Excel file with filtered columns is extremely helpful so that I can have separate lists of books, journals, spell tomes, etc.
Thank you so much for putting in the. The Scholar Adventurer: A Tribute to John D. Gordon () on the Eightieth Anniversary of His Birth with Six of his Essays John D. Gordan, introduction by Richard D. Altick Urbane essays on English and American literature by the first curator of the Library's Berg Collection.
Cherine—scholar, adventurer, metal-beak, and popular kidnapping victim. While his old mate and friends fight for his amnesty, he lives out his exile in the aneda forest.
When Zeph and Kia approach him about hunting down the infamous Nighthaunt, he’s all too happy to leave his hovel behind. In the grand tradition of the scholar-adventurer, acclaimed author Richard Cohen takes us around the world to illuminate our relationship with the star that gives us life. Drawing on more than seven years of research, he reports from locations in eighteen different countries.
Great Victorian scholar-adventurer recounts long journey to British diplomatic post at Fernando Po, expeditions to African mainland.
Invaluable descriptions of African tribal rituals concerning birth, marriage and death, and of tribal fetishism, ritual murder, cannibalism, exotic sexual practices, more. Preface. 1 illustration. 1 foldout map/5(4). The books in the trilogy include The Name of The Wind which was published in to kick-start the heroic fictional next, The Wise Man’s Fear, was published about four years later, in The story’s plot is segmented into two distinct timelines.
In the present, Kvothe tells the story of his life to Devan Mooches (or Chronicler) in the Waystone Inn. That eminent Victorian scholar-adventurer, Sir Richard Burton, is both subject and role model for antiquarian bookseller Cliff Janeway’s long-awaited third case.
Flush with reward money from his Seattle caper (The Bookman’s Wake, ), ex–Denver homicide cop Janeway splurges on an inscribed copy of Burton’s Pilgrimage to Medina and Mecca. And so far, the whole scholar/adventurer/soldier thing is an outdated mechanic labeling that is synonymous with "light armor/medium armor/heavy armor".
The three terms haven't really been used since pre-release, and I don't even think the term "soldier" was ever used to describe revenant. “Marino reads code with the rare passion of a scholar-adventurer, discovering art, poetry, ideology, and philosophy in the intimate interface between programmer and machine.
Critical Code Studies provides model case studies of humanities-driven readings of computer code, and in so doing illuminates new research methods for informed.
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Novilar is a browser RPG, where players follow their patron Guardian through a portal into a beautiful new virtual world. Choose your profession, go on adventures, and unlock the secrets of your new home alongside unique animal companions. In 16 books and more than 20 documentary films, Mr. Peissel chronicled his explorations of inaccessible or ignored regions of the globe, including the Tibetan high plateau, remote Russian river.