My Hero Academia, Vol. 13

A Talk About Your Quirk

Author: Kohei Horikoshi

Publisher: VIZ Media LLC


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 183

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The students of Class 1-A have reached another milestone—the Provisional Licensing Exam. After making it through the first part of the test, they ready themselves for the next phase, which takes place in a simulated disaster area. Midoriya and his friends have to rescue as many victims as they can, and although the students of rival Shiketsu High are technically supposed to be helping, competition between them is fierce and even dangerous! As the scenario unfolds and villains arrive to shake things up, the U.A. students will have to find new ways to work with each other and make use of their Quirks. -- VIZ Media

Comparative Criticism: Volume 13, Literature and Science

Author: E. S. Shaffer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 348

View: 258

Topics covered in this volume include literary Chinese as a language for science, the history and principles of scientific translation in Europe, the theatrical panorama in the 19th century and its roots in optical theory and experiment, and an alternative perspective on Gerard Manley Hopkins.

Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association

vol 13 (2017)

Author: Geoffrey D. Dunn

Publisher: The Australian Early Medieval Association Inc.


Category: Religion

Page: 140

View: 107

The journal welcomes papers on historical, literary, archaeological, cultural, and artistic themes, particularly interdisciplinary papers and those that make an innovative and significant contribution to the understanding of the early medieval world and stimulate further discussion. For submission details please see the association website: Submissions then may be sent to [email protected]

The Whedonverse Catalog

A Complete Guide to Works in All Media

Author: Don Macnaughtan

Publisher: McFarland


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 270

View: 519

"The author describes all of Whedon's work, covering both the original texts of the Whedonverse, along with secondary materials focusing on Whedon's projects, including 2000 books, essays, articles, documentaries and dissertations"--

Living with the Royal Academy

Artistic Ideals and Experiences in England, 1768–1848

Author: Professor John Barrell

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.


Category: Art

Page: 278

View: 322

Living with the Royal Academy directs attention to the textures of artists' relationships with the Royal Academy in late-eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century Britain. This essay collection considers the Academy as a lived organism, one whose most effective role was as a reference point around which artists operated in their relationships with each other and with artistic practice itself.