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Justi, Carl - Diego Velázquez (1599-1660), e-bok

Diego Velázquez (1599-1660)

Justi, Carl


His body of work bears the imprint of realism worthy of the greatest Flemish masters of the period, and despite outside influences, he undeniably succeeded in developing his own artistic principles. Diego Velázquez (1599-1660) is one of the world’s most famous artists.

Mangano, Dario - Semiotics of Animals in Culture, e-bok

Semiotics of Animals in Culture

Mangano, Dario


Of Men, Dogs and Bears: Communication in the Wilderness
Tarcisio Lancioni
12. The Mixed Category Human-Animal in New Anthropology and in the Arts
Tiziana Migliore
13. The “Morally Abandoned Child” and the “Inner Savage”
Pierluigi Cervelli

Thompson, Roger W - Eye of Athina, e-bok

Eye of Athina

Thompson, Roger W


Born in Athens she bears the rare intense eyes that modern Athenian women associate with those of the goddess Athina. As the action unfolds she realises that a special bond with that mythical figure has existed all her life. A chance meeting with a man from her youth

Ross, Stuart - Crime, Victims and Policy, e-bok

Crime, Victims and Policy

Ross, Stuart


Care Bears and Crime-Fighters: Police Operational Styles and Victims of Crime
Dean Wilson, Marie Segrave
8. Victim Impact Statements, Sentencing and Contemporary Standards of Fairness in the Courtroom
Tracey Booth
9. Satisfied? Exploring Victims’

Amin, Ash - Seeing Like a City, e-bok

Seeing Like a City

Amin, Ash


The increasing evidence for an Anthropocene bears out the way in which humanity has stamped its footprint on the planet by constructing urban forms that act as systems for directing life in ways that create both immense power and immense constraint.