In Praise of the Backside

Author: Hans-Jürgen Döpp

Publisher: Parkstone International


Category: Art

Page: 263

View: 859

Mega Square In Praise of the Backside celebrates the most sensual part of the female body. The insightful text by Hans-Jürgen Döpp discusses the backside as a feature that stands for both powerful eroticism and supple femininity, seducing famous artists from every genre. This title is sure to entice and delight a wide audience with its lively, provocative images.


Author: Ric Cheyney

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd


Category: Poetry

Page: 296

View: 795

In Praise of Nahum Tate covers a wide range of reading experiences including poetry, short stories, reviews and politics. It features an eclectic poetry collection, ranging from the muscular, old-fashioned formality of ‘Old Peg Remembers,’ a sonnet on the story of Pegasus and Bellerophon, to relaxed, free verse observations of nature and studies of family life. ‘Folded,’ is a bitter-sweet portrait of a family coping with divorce. ‘The Commonwealth Of Crows’ is a sequence of sixteen poems, illuminated by Julie Foley’s beautiful artwork, which looks at corvids from many different angles. The short stories are interwoven with humour and dark drama, and even explore magical realism in ‘The Clock Of Real Time.’ The book also features an exclusive interview with Robin Williamson, Scottish musician, singer, songwriter and storyteller.

In Praise of Navigation

Twentieth Century Stories from the Dutch

Author: P. C. Evans

Publisher: Seren Books/Poetry Wales PressLtd


Category: Fiction

Page: 159

View: 448

This collection of short stories showcases 20th-century Dutch authors—including Hugo Claus, Harry Mulisch, and Gerard Reve—who are inadequately represented in translation. The range of styles, subject matter, and political argument among these writers makes for a startling reminder that Holland has been both a crossroads in Europe and an imperial power with entanglements from South Africa to the East and the West Indies to Shanghai. Claustrophobia, paranoia, power, and desire are the themes of many of these stories, and whether set at home or in exotic locales, they turn an eye to global events.

In Praise of the Whip

A Cultural History of Arousal

Author: Niklaus Largier



Category: History

Page: 526

View: 593

The emotional and sensual, religious and erotic excitement of the whip, a crucial instrument of stimulation in devotional and sexual practices, as seen in religious, literary, and medical texts and images.

Zipporah (Secrets from the Backside of the Desert - Guide for Gifted Women of God)

Author: Pastor Thornton Bell Sr.




Page: 105

View: 721

This book explores Zipporah (Moses' Ethiopian, Black, Midianite wife who was the daughter of Jethro [Raguel]and the sister of Hobab) as the heroine who God chose to assist Moses' efforts to lead his people from Egypt to the promise land. Few realize that she actually saved Moses' life. The book points to many other actions of women such as Abraham's wife, Keturah, where God has chosen Black women to step up to and meet the challenges in accomplishing His will. It shows that although God created races and kindred, He also expects us to look beyond the differences, reach for the gifts that each has to offer and work in love and unity on one accord.

Two Steps Back

Communists and the Wider Labour Movement, 1939-1945 : a Study in the Relations Between "vanguard" and Class

Author: Sam Bornstein



Category: Communism

Page: 143

View: 901

In Praise of Oxford

An Anthology in Prose and Verse




Category: Oxford (England)

Page: 794

View: 769

In Praise of English

The Growth & Use of Language

Author: Joseph Twadell Shipley

Publisher: Crown


Category: English language.

Page: 310

View: 156

A survey of the origins of language and the development of English celebrates the vitality, variety, and versatility of the English language

In Praise of Scribes

Manuscripts and Their Makers in Seventeenth-century England

Author: Elected Fellow of the British Academy in 1993 and Director and Manuscript Expert Peter Beal

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 313

View: 108

In Praise of Scribes is a major contribution to manuscript studies in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. With case studies ranging from anonymous scribes to Sir Philip Sidney, John Donne, and Katherine Philips, this profusely illustrated book shows what wide-ranging use can be made of material evidence, and helps to define the nature of manuscript culture in this period.

The Backside of Yesterday

My Life and Work

Author: Arthelia Hilleary Brooks



Category: Kentucky

Page: 342

View: 935

Backside Itch

Author: Kathleen Rafferty

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 60

View: 377

Backside Itch is a humorous work of non- fiction. The ¿backside¿ is the barn area where thoroughbreds are made ready to race. Backside Itch is about the everyday life behind the scenes of racing, where it is all about the horses and their well-being. What does it take to be a ¿good hand¿ with racehorses? Join the author as she learns to speak ¿horse,¿ from hot walker to groom, with no experience, just a love for horses. Take the journey, learn, if you don¿t know, remember, if you already know, or, nod knowingly, if you are living the life.