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Author by : Dawn Raffel Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012-06-01 Publisher by : BookBaby ISBN : 9781937543198 File Size : 43,6 Mb Total Download : 304
'Sometimes things shatter,' Dawn Raffel writes in The Secret Life of Objects. 'More often they just fade.' But in this evocative memoir, moments from the past do not fade—they breathe on the page, rendering a striking portrait of a woman through her connections to the people she’s loved, the places she been, what’s been lost, and what remains. In clear, beautiful prose, Raffel reveals the haunting qualities of the objects we gather, as well as the sustaining and elusive nature of memory itself.
Author by : Jane Graves Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012-03-27 Publisher by : Trafford Publishing ISBN : 9781466920774 File Size : 49,5 Mb Total Download : 556
This book looks at everyday, and not-so-everyday objects from a psychoanalytical perspective as well as the practice of art and design. It is an entertaining interpretation of the creation, consumption and culture of things we take for granted.
Author by : Mark Blackwell Languange Used : en Release Date : 2007 Publisher by : Bucknell University Press ISBN : 0838756662 File Size : 51,6 Mb Total Download : 481
This collection enriches and complicates the history of prose fiction between Richardson and Fielding at mid-century and Austen at the turn of the century by focusing on it-narratives, a once popular form largely forgotten by readers and critics alike. The volume also advances important work on eighteenth-century consumer culture and the theory of things. The essays that comprise The Secret Life of Things thus bring new texts, and new ways of thinking about familiar ones, to our notice. Those essays range from the role of it-narratives in period debates about copyright to their complex relatio