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The Musings Of Miles (Rudy Van Gelder Remaster)
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Bibliophilia. 100 Literary Postcards
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Nothing speaks to us like great literature. It presents us with truth, challenges, humor, and delight. This collection of 100 postcards showcases bold graphic interpretations of 50 of the greatest literary quotes of all time. From Virginia Wolf to Oscar Wilde, from Brontë to Poe to Austen, each piece will spark your imagination and kindle your creative spirit. Cards range from an F. Scott Fitzgerald quote set against a Jazz Age champagne glass, to Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights visualized as puzzle pieces, to Immanuel Kant's musings juxtaposed with a constellation-filled night sky. This is the perfect stationery for any bibliophile, and a set sure to be repurposed by many design and decor buffs for wall art.

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Bibliophilia. 100 Literary Postcards
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Nothing speaks to us like great literature. It presents us with truth, challenges, humor, and delight. This collection of 100 postcards showcases bold graphic interpretations of 50 of the greatest literary quotes of all time. From Virginia Wolf to Oscar Wilde, from Brontë to Poe to Austen, each piece will spark your imagination and kindle your creative spirit. Cards range from an F. Scott Fitzgerald quote set against a Jazz Age champagne glass, to Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights visualized as puzzle pieces, to Immanuel Kant's musings juxtaposed with a constellation-filled night sky. This is the perfect stationery for any bibliophile, and a set sure to be repurposed by many design and decor buffs for wall art.

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Almond Trees ab 32.49 EURO Musings About a Jazz Icon

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Americana: Musings on Jazz and Blues
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Jazz in Word
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K. Krick-Aigner / M.-O. Schuster: Introduction - S. Feinstein: Jazz as a Liberator of Language - Y. Karsunke: bloody Mary - J. N. Pfeifer: Poems - Pre- and Post-World War I - M. de Ridder: "This Music Has Arisen from the Trenches": Jazz as a Measure of Modernity in European Literature after World War I - W. Lamprecht: From the Cakewalk to the Foxtrot - Two-stepping between Dance and Propaganda: The Sound of World War I - K. Nowakowski: A Racketeers' Music? Reactions to Early Jazz in Vienna - P. Cohen-Avenel: Jazz and the Revolution of Dance Music in Dance-Manuals (Koebner, Pollack, Jaffé, Baresel) between 1913 and 1926 - The Interwar Period - K. Krick- Aigner: "Because she's got to dance": Jazz Dance in the Literary Imagination of German Expressionist Women Poets - L. Tessitore: "Sprachen-Ragtime": Jazz Influences on Walter Mehring's Poems for Cabaret - S. Kluge: Delightful Orgies: An Invitation for a New Discussion on Thomas Mann and Jazz - F. Opitz: "Bäbä, tu. Bäbä, tut!": Jazz and Literature in Symphonie für Jazz by René Schickele - V. Hofeneder: Syncopes and Infl ation: The Rhythm of Austrian Literature in the Interwar Period - P.-H. Kucher: "Ein Durcheinander mit viel Jazzmusik": 1928 as a Case Study on Controversial-productive Jazz (Culture) Reception in the Viennese Feuilleton, Literature, Music, and Theater - H. Schreckenberger: Jazz and the "New Woman": Lili Grün's Novel Alles ist Jazz (1933) - 1945 - Present - G. Divers: "legt los, leute, haut rein": US-American Jazz in German Poetry since 1945 - M.-O. Schuster: The Transnational Spin in Marginal Jazz Passages in GDR Literature - H. Justin: Hearing and Writing in the Staircase of History: Remarks on an Imaginary Meeting between Kafka and Borneman - A. W. Hurley: "Always within reach, trumpet gold, interpretation-free, above suspicion"? Günter Grass, Jazz, and Literature - T. Antonic: "God's empty chair", or: You Can't Dig It - Jazz & Poetry of the Beat Generation and Beat-inspired Jazz & Poetry in Austria - S. Richter: Performing Jazz and Poetry: Musings about a Fictitious Concert - H. Neundlinger: Performance - Pattern - Improvisation: The Relationship between Body, Sound, and Text in Christian Loidl's Poetry - L. Uzukauskaitÿe: Jazz in Lithuanian Literature - V. Mihaiu: Global & Local, Words & Jazz in Today's World

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ISBN Bibliophilia Buch Karten
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Nothing speaks to us like great literature.It presents us with truth, challenges, humor, and delight. This collection of 100 postcards showcases bold graphic interpretations of 50 of the greatest literary quotes of all time. From Virginia Wolf to Oscar Wilde, from Brontë to Poe to Austen, each piece will spark your imagination and kindle your creative spirit. Cards range from an F. Scott Fitzgerald quote set against a Jazz Age champagne glass, to Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights visualized as puzzle pieces, to Immanuel Kant's musings juxtaposed with a constellation-filled night sky.This is the perfect stationery for any bibliophile, and a set sure to be repurposed by many design and decor buffs for wall art.

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Cachoeira Tales and Other Poems
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Soaring images, rhythmic language, and wry humor come together in these three narrative poems that explore travel from an African American historical and social perspective. A cab ride turns into an amazing encounter with the driver, an amateur physicist whose ideas about space and time travel spark the poet's musings on chutzpah and artistic ambition. A trip to Triolet, a Creole village in the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius, leads the poet to ponder the past and present as she reflects on the ironic complexities of the slave trade and its legacy shared by so many peoples. And in 'The Cachoeira Tales,' longing to take her family on a journey to 'some place sanctified by the Negro soul,' the poet finds herself in Brazil's Bahia, along with a theater director, a jazz musician, a retired commercial pilot, an activist, a university student, and two mysterious African American women whom they meet along the way. In rhymed couplets, each pilgrim tells a story, and the result is a rollicking, sensual exploration of spirit and community, with a nod to Chaucer and to traditional Trickster tales. Using her remarkable ability to educate and inspire, Marilyn Nelson demonstrates the power of travel to transform our imaginations. We have long known that travel broadens; in these poems, it also deepens and makes wiser. Joined skin to skin, we moved like molecules in the great, impossible miracle of atmosphere, swaying to the music, all eyes on the stage, all hearts attuning themselves in beautiful polyrhythmy, one shaking booty. On one side of me a young man danced; I felt his muscled warmth flow into mine, his pure, sexual strength. On my other sides young women danced, whose curves bumped me softly, dancing without reserve, hands waving in the air, releasing scent fragrant as nard. We danced in reverent, silent assent to the praise-song of drums. -- from 'Olodum' of 'The Cachoeira Tales'

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