James Joyce, Edited by A. Nicholas Fargnoli and Michael Patrick Gillespie
Pub Date: 9/10/2019
Confronting a host of assumptions, misprisions, and prejudices, A. Nicholas Fargnoli and Michael Patrick Gillespie contend that Joyce's play, Exiles, deserves the same serious study as his fiction and stands on the cutting edge of modern drama.
Walter E. Meshaka Jr., Suzanne L. Collins, R. Bruce Bury, and Malcolm L. McCallum
Pub Date: 2/15/2022
The first complete field guide to the exotic amphibians and reptiles established in the continental United States and Hawaii, this book provides practical identification skills and an awareness of the environmental impacts of these species.
Bringing together the work of global contemporary photographer Manjari Sharma with the diverse historic collections of the Birmingham Museum of Art, this beautifully illustrated volume serves as an accessible primer to the arts of Hinduism by introducing nine of the most significant deities of the Hindu pantheon and their contemporary relevance in art and faith.
Jennifer Carlynn Kronenberg and Carlos Miguel Guerra
Pub Date: 9/13/2016
In Experiencing the Art of Pas de Deux, professional dance couple Jennifer Kronenberg and Carlos Miguel Guerra demystify the physical, emotional, and artistic intricacies behind the art of two dancing as one.
First published more than 100 years ago, Cushing's illustrated report details the findings at what was then considered the most important excavation on earth: the Key Marco site on Florida's gulf coast. No other SE site has revealed so many wooden & peris
First published in 1932, these papers record the spectacular discoveries found at Mound C at the Etowah site in Georgia. These excavations, along with several digs conducted in Mississippi from 1924-1928, changed the American perspective of the achie
An engaging introduction to the communities, natural history, and eccentricities of the Florida Panhandle. The 100-mile stretch between Pensacola and Panama City dubbed the Emerald Coast has 4.5 million visitors each year. With 64 b&w photos.
Journalist, activist, and adventurer, Jane Wood Reno was one of the most groundbreaking and colorful American women of the twentieth century. Told by her grandson, George Hurchalla, this is an intimate biography of a free thinker who shattered barriers during the explosive early years of Miami.