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Ivan Mauger : The Man Behind the Myth. by Chaplin, John.;
Intro -- Title -- Dedication -- Quotes -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Introduction -- Foreword by Martin Rogers -- Richard Bott -- John Cook -- Pete Smith -- Bob Dugard -- Chum Taylor -- Brian Havelock -- Con Migro -- Mike Lee -- Jason Crump -- Phil Crump -- Neil Street -- Ronnie Moore MBE -- Tony 'Hawkeye' Hurren -- Richard Clark -- Ian Belcher -- Guy Allott -- Barry Briggs -- Tony Briggs -- Ken Wrench -- George Major -- Debbie Pritchard (née Mauger) -- Armando Castagna -- Ray Wilson -- Freddie Williams -- Norrie Allan -- Gordon Stobbs -- Margaret Stobbs -- Brad Oxley -- Jim MacMillan -- Peter White -- Julie Mauger -- Mark and Bernard Robinson -- Colin Pratt -- Dave Appleton, HMP Stafford -- Tony Lethbridge -- Ove Fundin -- Joe Owen -- Leigh Adams -- Trevor Mauger -- Bob Andrews -- Peter Oakes -- Pam Oakes -- John Berry -- Hans Nielsen -- Deborah and Dennis Sigalos -- John Davis -- Bill Walsh -- Kelly Moran -- Ole Olsen -- Peggy Crozier -- Scott Autrey -- Philip Rising -- Len &amp -- Andrew Silver -- Tony Olsson -- Anders Michanek -- Jim Hone -- Mike Bast -- Doug Wyer -- Mark Loram -- Malcolm Roe -- Carl Askew -- Reg Fearman -- Egon Muller -- Jim Lynch -- Graham Drury -- Gunter Sorber -- Bert Harkins -- Bill Elliott -- Nigel and Cynthia Boocock -- Eric Boocock -- Malcolm Simmons -- Nigel Pearson -- Bruce Penhall -- Tore Kittilsen -- Dave Lanning -- Jerzy Szczakiel -- Jim Shepherd -- 'Sudden' Sam Ermolenko -- Peter Adams -- Peter Collins MBE -- Peter York -- Richard Greer -- Rick Miller -- Richard Frost -- Tony Rickardsson -- Rod Colquhoun -- Dave Gifford -- Bill Gilliham -- Iain Potter -- Brett Tucker -- Nigel Bower -- Allen Trump -- Alan Brett -- Tony Steele -- Allan Batt -- Ian Hoskins -- Dave Jessup -- Graham Brodie -- Tracy Holmes -- Chris Morton MBE -- Kelvin Tatum MBE -- John Burley -- Bengt Jansson -- Trevor Hedge -- Gareth Rogers.Alan Hunt -- Bernie Leigh -- Ronnie Allan -- Vaclav Verner -- Mike Patrick -- Wilfried Drygala -- Neil Evitts -- Mike Hunter -- John Davidson -- Raye Mauger -- The Statistics -- Plates -- About the Author -- By the Same Author -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Ivan Mauger : The Man Behind the Myth / by Chaplin, John.(DLC)1924758;
Ivan Mauger is the first book to detail the complete career of one of Speedway's greatest legends. With wide appeal in both Europe and worldwide, this book contains a wealth of images of his magnificent career. John Chaplin reveals the complex personality that is Ivan Mauger, the dedicated and often ruthlessly efficient ambition that made him a virtual sporting automaton. His achievements in motorcycle track racing (nine individual world titles on long track and speedway) are legendary, but here Chaplin exposes the magic behind the myth, the soft center concealed by the steely resolve that enabled Mauger to emerge from the obscurity of his small-town New Zealand origins to earn a worldwide acclaim which he continues to enjoy. He elevated a minority sport to a new dimension with a unique professionalism that made him at once feared, hated, envied and admired. In the words of opponents, friends, enemies, business associates, employers and colleagues, this is uniquely Ivan Mauger, the man behind the myth.System requirements: Adobe Digital editions.Publisher metadata.
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Great Contemporaries : Essays and Other Works. by Churchill, Winston S.;
Intro -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Introduction -- Editor's Note on This Edition -- Preface -- The Earl of Rosebery -- The Ex-Kaiser -- George Bernard Shaw -- Joseph Chamberlain -- Sir John French -- John Morley -- Hindenburg -- Boris Savinkov -- Herbert Henry Asquith -- Lawrence of Arabia -- 'F. E.' First Earl of Birkenhead -- Marshal Foch -- Leon Trotsky, Alias Bronstein -- Alfonso XIII -- Douglas Haig -- Arthur James Balfour -- Hitler and His Choice -- George Nathaniel Curzon -- Philip Snowden -- Clemenceau -- King George V -- Lord Fisher and His Biographer -- Charles Stewart Parnell -- 'B.-P.' -- Roosevelt from Afar -- H. G. Wells -- Charlie Chaplin -- Kitchener of Khartoum -- King Edward -- Rudyard Kipling -- Notes -- Acknowledgments.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Portraits and observations : the essays of Truman Capote. by Capote, Truman,1924-1984(SAGE)1678817;
New Orleans -- New York -- Brooklyn -- Hollywood -- Haiti -- To Europe -- Ischia -- Tangier -- A ride through Spain -- Fontana Vecchia -- Style: and the Japanese -- The muses are heard -- The Duke in his domain -- From Observations: Richard Avedon, John Huston, Charlie Chaplin, A gathering of swans, Pablo Picasso, Coco Chanel, Marcel Duchamp, Jean Cocteau and André Gide, Mae West, Louis Armstrong, Humphrey Bogart, Ezra Pound, Somerset Maugham, Isak Dineson -- A house on the heights -- Lola -- Jane Bowles -- Extreme magic -- Ghosts in sunlight: The filming of In cold blood -- Greek paragraphs -- A voice from a cloud -- Cecil Beaton -- The white rose -- Self-portrait -- Preface to The dogs bark -- Elizabeth Taylor -- Music for chameleons -- Then it all came down -- Handcarved coffins -- A day's work -- Dazzle -- Hidden gardens -- Hello, stranger -- Derring-do -- Nocturnal turnings -- A beautiful child -- Mr. Jones -- A lamp in the window -- Hospitality -- Preface to Music for chameleons -- Remembering Tennessee -- Remembering Willa Cather.
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The Devil and the Detective [electronic resource]. by Goldbach, John.;
Front Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; About This Book; Epigraph; Table of Contents; Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Chapter 5; Chapter 6; Chapter 7; Chapter 8; Chapter 9; Chapter 10; Chapter 11; Chapter 12; Chapter 13; Chapter 14; Chapter 15; Chapter 16; Chapter 17; Chapter 18; Chapter 19; Chapter 20; Chapter 21; Chapter 22; Chapter 23; Chapter 24; Chapter 25; Chapter 26; Chapter 27; Chapter 28; Thanks; About the Author; About this EditionDashiell Hammett, Samuel Beckett, and Charlie Chaplin intersect in this contemplative and funny detective novel.
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W.C. Fields comedy favorites collection [videorecording] / by Fields, W. C.(William Claude),1880-1946,screenwriter,actor.(SAGE)1676156; Cunningham, Jack,1882-1941,screenwriter.(SAGE)1807950; LeBaron, William,1883-1958,film producer.(SAGE)1786589; Sutherland, A. Edward(Albert Edward),1897-1973film director.(SAGE)1811709; McLeod, Norman Z.,1898-1964film director.(SAGE)1794352; DeLeon, Walter,1884-1947,screenwriter.(SAGE)1939155; Jones, Paul,1901-1968screenwriter.(SAGE)1936053; McEvoy, J. P.(Joseph Patrick),1895-1958screenwriter.(SAGE)1809451; Kenton, Erle C.,1896-1980film director.(SAGE)1811959; Beaudine, William,1892-1970,film director.(SAGE)1829017; Harris, Ray,1885-1971,screenwriter.; Hardy, Sam,1883-1935,screenwriter.(SAGE)1811549; Bruckman, Clyde,1894-1955film director.(SAGE)1780721; Van Upp, Virginiascreenwriter.(SAGE)1940676; Young, Waldemar,1878-1938,screenwriter.(SAGE)1936720; Marion, George,1899-1968,screenwriter.; Mack, Richard,1900-1967,screenwriter.; Freeman, Everettscreenwriter.(SAGE)1867420; Cowan, Lester,film producer.; Marshall, George,1891-1975film director.(SAGE)1807857; West, Mae,screenwriter.(SAGE)1631397; Cline, Edward,1892-1961film director.(SAGE)1816479; Chaplin, Prescott,1897-1968,screenwriter.; Neville, John Thomas,1886-1970,screenwriter.; Heifetz, Louis E.,1897-1964.; Brant, Neil,1903-; Donnelly, Dorothy,1880-1928.; Street, Julian,1879-1947(SAGE)1796174; Universal Pictures (Firm)(SAGE)1751021; Paramount Productions(SAGE)1586214; Universal Studios Home Entertainment (Firm)(SAGE)2004290;
DVD, region 1, NTSC, fullscreen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 2.0 mono; dual layer.W.C. Fields and others.Rating: Not rated.From his early days on stage in vaudeville and Broadway through his live appearance on radio, W.C. Fields created an iconic persona that has never been matched. The comic genius of Fields is best captured forever in his body of films that highlight his notoriously sarcastic quick wit and slapstick routines. In these ten films, see W.C. Fields at his best.
Subjects: Fiction films.; Feature films.; Comedy films.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Comedy films.; Drama.; Feature films.; Fiction films.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Marriage proposals; Bank employees; Screenwriters; Truthfulness and falsehood; Swindlers and swindling; Circus; Orange growers; Eccentrics and eccentricities; Television; General stores; Theater; Bank employees; Circus; Eccentrics and eccentricities; General stores; Marriage proposals; Orange growers.; Screenwriters; Swindlers and swindling; Television; Theater; Truthfulness and falsehood;
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Hello Goodbye Hello : A Circle of 101 Remarkable Meetings. by Brown, Craig.;
Intro -- Dedication -- Note to the U.S. Edition -- Author's Note -- Adolf Hitler + John Scott-Ellis -- John Scott-Ellis + Rudyard Kipling -- Rudyard Kipling + Mark Twain -- Mark Twain + Helen Keller -- Helen Keller + Martha Graham -- Martha Graham + Madonna -- Madonna + Michael Jackson -- Michael Jackson + Nancy Reagan -- Nancy Reagan + Andy Warhol -- Andy Warhol + Jackie Kennedy -- Jackie Kennedy + HM Queen Elizabeth II -- HM Queen Elizabeth II + The Duke of Windsor -- The Duke of Windsor + Elizabeth Taylor -- Elizabeth Taylor + James Dean -- James Dean + Alec Guinness -- Alec Guinness + Evelyn Waugh -- Evelyn Waugh + Igor Stravinsky -- Igor Stravinsky + Walt Disney -- Walt Disney + P.L. Travers -- P.L. Travers + George Ivanovich Gurdjieff -- George Ivanovich Gurdjieff + Frank Lloyd Wright -- Frank Lloyd Wright + Marilyn Monroe -- Marilyn Monroe + Nikita Khrushchev -- Nikita Khrushchev + George Brown -- George Brown + Eli Wallach -- Eli Wallach + Frank Sinatra -- Frank Sinatra + Dominick Dunne -- Dominick Dunne + Phil Spector -- Phil Spector + Leonard Cohen -- Leonard Cohen + Janis Joplin -- Janis Joplin + Patti Smith -- Patti Smith + Allen Ginsberg -- Allen Ginsberg + Francis Bacon -- Francis Bacon + HRH Princess Margaret -- HRH Princess Margaret + Kenneth Tynan -- Kenneth Tynan + Truman Capote -- Truman Capote + Peggy Lee -- Peggy Lee + President Richard M. Nixon -- President Richard M. Nixon + Elvis Presley -- Elvis Presley + Paul McCartney -- Paul McCartney + Noël Coward -- Noël Coward + Prince Felix Youssoupoff -- Prince Felix Youssoupoff + Grigori Rasputin -- Grigori Rasputin + Tsar Nicholas II -- Tsar Nicholas II + Harry Houdini -- Harry Houdini + President Theodore Roosevelt -- President Theodore Roosevelt + H.G. Wells -- H.G. Wells + Josef Stalin -- Josef Stalin + Maxim Gorky -- Maxim Gorky + Leo Tolstoy.Leo Tolstoy + Pyotr Il'ich Tchaikovsky -- Pyotr Il'ich Tchaikovsky + Sergei Rachmaninoff -- Sergei Rachmaninoff + Harpo Marx -- Harpo Marx + George Bernard Shaw -- George Bernard Shaw + Bertrand Russell -- Bertrand Russell + Sarah Miles -- Sarah Miles + Terence Stamp -- Terence Stamp + Edward Heath -- Edward Heath + Walter Sickert -- Walter Sickert + Winston Churchill -- Winston Churchill + Laurence Olivier -- Laurence Olivier + J.D. Salinger -- J.D. Salinger + Ernest Hemingway -- Ernest Hemingway + Ford Madox Ford -- Ford Madox Ford + Oscar Wilde -- Oscar Wilde + Marcel Proust -- Marcel Proust + James Joyce -- James Joyce + Harold Nicolson -- Harold Nicolson + Cecil Beaton -- Cecil Beaton + Mick Jagger -- Mick Jagger + Tom Driberg -- Tom Driberg + Christopher Hitchens -- Christopher Hitchens + George Galloway -- George Galloway + Michael Barrymore -- Michael Barrymore + Diana, Princess of Wales -- Diana, Princess of Wales + Princess Grace -- Princess Grace + Alfred Hitchcock -- Alfred Hitchcock + Raymond Chandler -- Raymond Chandler + Howard Hawks -- Howard Hawks + Howard Hughes -- Howard Hughes + Cubby Broccoli -- Cubby Broccoli + George Lazenby -- George Lazenby + Simon Dee -- Simon Dee + Michael Ramsey -- Michael Ramsey + Geoffrey Fisher -- Geoffrey Fisher + Roald Dahl -- Roald Dahl + Kingsley Amis -- Kingsley Amis + Anthony Armstrong-Jones -- Lord Snowdon + Barry Humphries -- Barry Humphries + Salvador Dalí -- Salvador Dalí + Sigmund Freud -- Sigmund Freud + Gustav Mahler -- Gustav Mahler + Auguste Rodin -- Auguste Rodin + Isadora Duncan -- Isadora Duncan + Jean Cocteau -- Jean Cocteau + Charlie Chaplin -- Charlie Chaplin + Groucho Marx -- Groucho Marx + T.S. Eliot -- T.S. Eliot + Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother -- Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother + The Duchess of Windsor -- The Duchess of Windsor + Adolf Hitler -- Acknowledgements.About Craig Brown -- Bibliography -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Rest in Pieces : The Curious Fates of Famous Corpses. by Lovejoy, Bess.(DLC)2009513;
Intro -- Dedication -- Introduction -- Saints and Sinners -- Saint Nicholas -- Thomas Becket -- Voltaire -- Molière -- Science and Medicine -- Laurence Sterne -- Emanuel Swedenborg -- Joseph Haydn -- Ludwig Van Beethoven -- Albert Einstein -- Alistair Cooke -- Ted Williams -- Crime and Punishment -- John Milton -- Abraham Lincoln -- Charlie Chaplin -- Elvis Presley -- Geronimo -- (Un)Solved Mysteries -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Jesse James -- Lee Harvey Oswald -- Christopher Columbus -- D. H. Lawrence -- Body Politics -- Alexander the Great -- Vladimir Lenin -- Benito Mussolini -- Adolf Hitler -- Eva Perón -- Jim Thorpe -- Che Guevara -- Osama Bin Laden -- Lost and Found -- John Paul Jones -- Dante Alighieri -- René Descartes -- Frederick the Great -- Thomas Paine -- William Blake -- Dorothy Parker -- Collectible Corpses -- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -- Napoleon Bonaparte -- Lord Byron -- Grigori Rasputin -- Oliver Cromwell -- Ned Kelly -- Love and Devotion -- Galileo Galilei -- Thomas More -- Percy Bysshe Shelley -- David Livingstone -- John Barrymore -- Last Wishes -- Jeremy Bentham -- Timothy Leary -- Gram Parsons -- Hunter S. Thompson -- Acknowledgments -- Appendix: The Way of All Flesh: What Happens to Bodies After Death -- About Bess Lovejoy -- Sources -- Index -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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André Bazin, the Critic as Thinker : American Cinema from Early Chaplin to the Late 1950s. by Cardullo, R. J.;
ADVANCE PRAISE ANDRÉ BAZIN, THE CRITIC AS THINKER -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- LIST OF FILM IMAGES -- INTRODUCTION -- I: THEMES AND GENRES -- CHAPTER 1: WESTERNS AND AMERICANS -- Howard Hughes's The Outlaw -- The Best of Women Is Not Worth a Good Horse -- A Meta-Western: Fred Zinnemann's High Noon -- The Western, or the American Film par excellence -- The Evolution of the Western -- Brilliant Variations on Some Well-Known Notes: Nicholas Ray's Johnny Guitar -- The Exemplary Beauty of Westerns: Anthony Mann's The Man from Laramie and Budd Boetticher's Seven Men from Now -- CHAPTER 2: WAR AND PEACE -- Howard Hawks's Air Force -- On Frank Capra's Why We Fight: History, Documentation, and the Newsreel -- On Ambiguity: John Huston's The Red Badge of Courage -- War Films: Richard Fleischer's Between Heaven and Hell and Anthony Mann's Men in War -- Three Aspects -- Men in War -- No Social or Historical Judgment -- The Flaws of the Mise en Scène -- Stanley Kramer's The Pride and the Passion -- High Infidelity: David Lean's The Bridge on the River Kwai -- CHAPTER 3: STARS AND GODDESSES -- Entomology of the Pin-Up Girl -- Definition and Morphology -- Metamorphosis of the Pin-Up Girl -- Philosophy of the Pin-Up Girl -- The Pin-Up and the Cinema -- Henry Hathaway's Niagara -- Doll in the Flesh, Cotton on Fire: Elia Kazan's Baby Doll -- The Death of Humphrey Bogart -- The Face of Death -- Bogey Is a Stoic -- The Question of James Dean -- Off the Beaten Path: John Cromwell's The Goddess -- CHAPTER 4: FUGITIVES AND CRIMINALS -- Howard Hawks's Scarface and the Gangster Film -- Joseph Losey's M: Remade in the U.S.A. -- Women in Cages: John Cromwell's Caged -- Film through a Telephoto Lens: Ray Ashley, Morris Engel, & Ruth Orkin's The Little Fugitive -- Sociological Routines: Philip Dunne's Ten North Frederick.Jean Renoir's The Woman on the Beach, The Southerner, and The Diary of a Chambermaid -- II: ARTISTS AND DIRECTORS -- CHAPTER 5: CHARLES CHAPLIN [1889-1977] -- Charlie Chaplin -- Charlie Is a Mythical Character -- What Makes Charlie Run? -- Charlie and Things -- Charlie and Time -- The Swift Kick Characterizes the Man -- The Sin of Repetition -- A Man Beyond the Realm of the Sacred -- The Myth of Monsieur Verdoux -- Limelight, or the Death of Molière -- The Grandeur of Limelight -- CHAPTER 6: ALFRED HITCHCOCK [1899-1980] -- On Shadow of a Doubt, Lifeboat, and Rear Window -- Pan Shot of Hitchcock -- Must We Believe in Hitchcock? -- Hitchcock vs. Hitchcock -- CHAPTER 7: ERICH VON STROHEIM [1885-1957] -- Erich von Stroheim: Form, Uniform, and Cruelty -- CHAPTER 8: PRESTON STURGES [1898-1959] -- On Sullivan's Travels -- On The Miracle of Morgan's Creek -- On Hail the Conquering Hero -- On Mad Wednesday -- CHAPTER 9: ORSON WELLES [1915-85] -- The Technique of Citizen Kane -- On Welles's Othello -- Interview with Orson Welles -- Orson Welles Cannibalized -- CHAPTER 10: WILLIAM WYLER [1902-81] -- William Wyler, or the Jansenist of Directing -- The Realism of Wyler -- The Styleless Style -- FILM CREDITS (IN ORDER OF DISCUSSION) -- A BAZIN BIBLIOGRAPHY -- BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BAZIN'S WRITINGS ON AMERICAN CINEMA -- COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ARTICLES AND REVIEWS ON AMERICAN FILM BY ANDRÉ BAZIN -- INDEX.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Rest in Pieces : The curious fates of famous corpses. by Lovejoy, Bess(DLC)2009513;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Saints and Sinners -- Saint Nicholas -- Thomas Becket -- Voltaire -- Molière -- Science and Medicine -- Laurence Sterne -- Emanuel Swedenborg -- Joseph Haydn -- Ludwig Van Beethoven -- Albert Einstein -- Alistair Cooke -- Ted Williams -- Crime and Punishment -- John Milton -- Abraham Lincoln -- Charlie Chaplin -- Elvis Presley -- Geronimo -- (Un)solved Mysteries -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Jesse James -- Lee Harvey Oswald -- Christopher Columbus -- D. H. Lawrence -- Body Politics -- Alexander the Great -- Vladimir Lenin -- Benito Mussolini -- Adolf Hitler -- Eva Perón -- Jim Thorpe -- Che Guevara -- Osama Bin Laden -- Lost and Found -- John Paul Jones -- Dante Alighieri -- René Descartes -- Frederick the Great -- Thomas Paine -- William Blake -- Dorothy Parker -- Collectible Corpses -- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -- Napoleon Bonaparte -- Lord Byron -- Grigori Rasputin -- Oliver Cromwell -- Ned Kelly -- Love and Devotion -- Galileo Galilei -- Thomas More -- Percy Bysshe Shelley -- David Livingstone -- John Barrymore -- Last Wishes -- Jeremy Bentham -- Timothy Leary -- Gram Parsons -- Hunter S. Thompson -- Richard III -- Acknowledgments -- Appendix -- Sources -- Index -- About the Author.In the long run, we're all dead. But for some of the most influential figures in history, death marked the start of a new adventure.The famous deceased have been stolen, burned, sold, pickled, frozen, stuffed, impersonated and even filed away in a lawyer's office. Their fingers, teeth, toes, arms, legs, skulls, hearts, lungs and nether regions have embarked on voyages that criss-cross the globe and stretch the imagination.Counterfeiters tried to steal Lincoln's corpse. Einstein's brain went on a cross-country road trip. And after Lord Horatio Nelson perished at Trafalgar, his sailors submerged him in brandy which they drank.From Mozart to Hitler, Rest in Pieces connects the lives of the famous dead to the hilarious and horrifying adventures of their corpses, and traces the evolution of cultural attitudes towards death.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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