Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Les coulisses de Nausicaa
Véritable centre de découverte de l'environnement marin, NAUSICAA, Centre National de la Mer, est bien plus qu'un grand aquarium et propose aux visiteurs de plonger au cœur des océans pour découvrir l'univers marin, ses fonctionnements et les relations qui unissent l'homme et la mer. Depuis son ouverture en 1991, NAUSICAA a pour mission d'éduquer, d'informer et d'impliquer le public dans la préservation de l'environnement marin, tout en restant un lieu de divertissement pour petits et grands. Derrière les décors se trouve une équipe de soigneurs passionnés : leur mission est de préparer et de faciliter la rencontre entre les visiteurs et les animaux. " Pour un photographe passionné de plongée sous marine, c'est un rêve que de pouvoir s'immerger dans un gigantesque aquarium pour voir évoluer des requins taureau... "
From the writer of the award-winning Game of Thrones series for HBO based on the books of George R. R. Martin. Monty Brogan starts a seven-year prison sentence for dealing drugs tomorrow. Tonight is his last night of freedom. His father wants him to run. His drug-lord boss, Uncle Blue, wants to know if he squealed. His girlfriend isn't sure what she wants, and his two best friends know one thing for sure; after he goes in, he will never be the same.
Designed for all ages and levels of experience, a step-by-step illustrated guide to capoeira, a whole-body martial arts training program that can be done anywhere in as little as fifteen minutes per day, introduces one hundred key capoeira techniques, conditioning exercises, and drills that can be performed alone or with a partner. By the author of Capoeira Conditioning. Original.
This psychological thriller is a favorite in acting workshops. It is a mind game play. Toyer is someone who toys; he is a mass paralyzer who toys with his victims. He does not murder or rape, he seduces then immobilizes.
The Declared Enemy
This posthumous work brings together texts that bear witness to the many political causes and groups with which Genet felt an affinity, including May '68 and the treatment of immigrants in France, but especially the Black Panthers and the Palestinians. Genet speaks for a politics of protest, with an uncompromising outrage that, today, might seem on the verge of being forgotten.
Humanity is facing extinction, and Penny Plain, elderly and blind, can only sit and wait for the end. After a heartbreaking farewell from her dog, Geoffrey, who leaves to live as a man, Penny faces the inevitable by herself. But she isn't alone for long as a cast of characters, including a serial killer, a cross-dressing banker, and talking dogs barge into her boarding house in pursuit of last chances and an escape from the hostile world outside. With this steady invasion, Penny bears witness to the funny and chilling consequences as mother earth cleans house and reclaims her ground.
The film till now
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Guy van Stratten accepts an assignment from Gregory Arkadin, an international financier, to find out who Arkadian was before 1927, a time period of which he has no memory
The Death of a Nobody
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ... The old man made his way into the station and was at once swallowed up in its huge uneasy life. He was frightened of the crowd, which covered the platform in bunches, but was thin and straggling here and there with occasional isolated figures. His calm vanished, and he passed from group to group trying to find reasons for stopping somewhere. But where the groups were like solid lumps he was repulsed, and the straggling parts of the crowd infected him with their own anxiety, so that he ended by taking up a position between two placid-looking travellers, where he almost ceased to be afraid of missing the train. Bells vibrated, and the crowd, deeply stirred, suffered a change. A thousand links snapped or strained; the whole space swarmed with little moving forces, and was suddenly dotted with points, each of which formed the pivot of an eddy. Yet the general outlines were not altered. Godard could still see the two placid travellers beside him, with their bags on the ground against their legs; and there were the straggling lines, bulging with luggage, and the lumpy groups, still the same, except that they had shrunk a little. The noise of bells went on, like a frantic concentration of the passage of time. The crowd thought more and more intensely of the train. It felt it coming, with another crowd inside it--a calm crowd, that had sucked its fill of speed and was sleeping like a well-fed baby. The old man was in torments, and to calm his fears kept looking at his neighbours. He no longer felt that the journey was arranging itself, stage by stage, from his cottage to his son's body, or that the means of transport were fitted together without any effort of his own and waiting to sweep him along like a stream. "Shall I ever get there?" he...