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Author by : Jenny Gardiner Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-08-16 Publisher by : Jenny Gardiner Books ISBN : File Size : 47,6 Mb Total Download : 909
Hard to get never felt so good… Prince Luca of Monaforte is a player. Or so the tabloids claim. Rarely is he seen without a gorgeous, tall, blonde celebrity on his arm, and never has he had to so much as lift a finger to woo any female within a fifty-mile radius of him. Until he meets Larkin Mallory, a journalist he encounters who is covering fashion week. Petite, blonde-haired Larkin Mallory would rather stick a toothpick in her eyeball than have to sit through an interview with the arrogant young prince from Monaforte, who clearly thinks he’s all that. But when her boss gives her the cho
Author by : Alan L. Boegehold Languange Used : en Release Date : 1999-12-05 Publisher by : Princeton University Press ISBN : 0691002630 File Size : 54,9 Mb Total Download : 780
" ... Alan Boegehold urges all readers to supplement the traditional avenues of classical philology with an awareness of the uses of nonverbal communication in Hellenic antiquity. This additional resource helps to explain some persistently confusing syntaxes and to make translations more accurate ...
Author by : Nicholas Dromgoole Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-03-02 Publisher by : Oberon Books ISBN : 9781783192304 File Size : 54,5 Mb Total Download : 521
Nicholas Dromgoole tells the story of performance from a fresh and unusual point of view, describing the development - from ancient Greece to contemporary stages and film - of western Europe's surprising and largely unknown variety of acting styles. Using the idea of a culture's shared 'language of gesture', he explores the growth, evolution and impact these languages have had on our engagement with and understanding of theatre.