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Daring Faith: Meeting Jesus in the Book of John
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15.740000 USD

Daring Faith: Meeting Jesus in the Book of John

by Greg Taylor, Randy Harris
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Gone with the Wind an inspiration for the American avant-garde? Mickey Mouse a crucial source for the development of cutting-edge intellectual and aesthetic ideas? As Greg Taylor shows in this witty and provocative book, the idea is not so far-fetched. One of the first-ever studies of American film criticism, Artists ...
Artists in the Audience: Cults, Camp, and American Film Criticism
Gone with the Wind an inspiration for the American avant-garde? Mickey Mouse a crucial source for the development of cutting-edge intellectual and aesthetic ideas? As Greg Taylor shows in this witty and provocative book, the idea is not so far-fetched. One of the first-ever studies of American film criticism, Artists in the Audience shows that film critics, beginning in the 1940s, turned to the movies as raw material to be molded into a more radical modernism than that offered by any other contemporary artists or thinkers. In doing so, they offered readers a vanguard alternative that reshaped postwar American culture: nonaesthetic mass culture reconceived and refashioned into rich, personally relevant art by the attuned, creative spectator.
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41.950000 USD

Artists in the Audience: Cults, Camp, and American Film Criticism

by Greg Taylor
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Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife
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13.600000 USD

Stop Worrying! There Probably is an Afterlife

by Greg Taylor
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Winner of the M.M. Bennett Award for Historical Fiction, announced in June 2015 . LUSITANIA R.E.X is an historical account of the sinking of the Lusitania replete with spies and secret societies, super weapons, millionaires and martyrs. After being struck by a single torpedo on May 7th 1915, the Lusitania ...
Lusitania R. E. X
Winner of the M.M. Bennett Award for Historical Fiction, announced in June 2015 . LUSITANIA R.E.X is an historical account of the sinking of the Lusitania replete with spies and secret societies, super weapons, millionaires and martyrs. After being struck by a single torpedo on May 7th 1915, the Lusitania sank in only eighteen minutes. Passengers such as Alfred Vanderbilt, one of the wealthiest men in the world, ignored warnings from the German embassy, confident the fastest ship in the world could outrun enemy submarines.Since the time of her sinking, the Lusitania has been wrapped in mystery and intrigue. Experts continue to debate the cause of the second explosion that sealed her fate after the torpedo struck. Imperial Germany immediately claimed she was loaded with explosives destined for the front.LUSITANIA R.E.X weaves a tale around disputed facts to create a plausible explanation of some of the mysteries surrounding her sinking.
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39.16 USD

Lusitania R. E. X

by Greg Taylor
Hardback
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Killer Pizza
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17.840000 USD

Killer Pizza

by Greg Taylor
Hardback
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Winning Retirement: Proven Strategies to Make Your Money Last and to Win Over Wall Street, Health-Care & Big Government Spending
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23.090000 USD

Winning Retirement: Proven Strategies to Make Your Money Last and to Win Over Wall Street, Health-Care & Big Government Spending

by Greg Taylor
Hardback
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The Guide to Dan Brown's the Lost Symbol: Freemasonry, Noetic Science, and the Hidden History of America
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10.450000 USD

The Guide to Dan Brown's the Lost Symbol: Freemasonry, Noetic Science, and the Hidden History of America

by Greg Taylor
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Winner of the M.M. Bennett Award for Historical Fiction, announced in June 2015 . LUSITANIA R.E.X is an historical account of the sinking of the Lusitania replete with spies and secret societies, super weapons, millionaires and martyrs. After being struck by a single torpedo on May 7th 1915, the Lusitania ...
Lusitania R. E. X.
Winner of the M.M. Bennett Award for Historical Fiction, announced in June 2015 . LUSITANIA R.E.X is an historical account of the sinking of the Lusitania replete with spies and secret societies, super weapons, millionaires and martyrs. After being struck by a single torpedo on May 7th 1915, the Lusitania sank in only eighteen minutes. Passengers such as Alfred Vanderbilt, one of the wealthiest men in the world, ignored warnings from the German embassy, confident the fastest ship in the world could outrun enemy submarines. Since the time of her sinking, the Lusitania has been wrapped in mystery and intrigue. Experts continue to debate the cause of the second explosion that sealed her fate after the torpedo struck. Imperial Germany immediately claimed she was loaded with explosives destined for the front. LUSITANIA R.E.X weaves a tale around disputed facts to create a plausible explanation of some of the mysteries surrounding her sinking.
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23.100000 USD

Lusitania R. E. X.

by Greg Taylor
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Killer Pizza
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11.540000 USD

Killer Pizza

by Greg Taylor
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How was it that the Torrens system, a mid-nineteenth-century reform of land titles registration from distant South Australia, gradually replaced the inherited Anglo-Canadian common law system of land registration? In The Law of the Land, Greg Taylor traces the spread of the Torrens system, from its arrival in the far-flung ...
Law of the Land: The Advent of the Torrens System in Canada
How was it that the Torrens system, a mid-nineteenth-century reform of land titles registration from distant South Australia, gradually replaced the inherited Anglo-Canadian common law system of land registration? In The Law of the Land, Greg Taylor traces the spread of the Torrens system, from its arrival in the far-flung outpost of 1860s Victoria, British Columbia, right up to twenty-first century Ontario. Examining the peculiarity of how this system of land reform swept through some provinces like wildfire, and yet still remains completely unknown in three provinces, Taylor shows how the different histories of various regions in Canada continue to shape the law in the present day. Presenting a concise and illuminating history of land reform, he also demonstrates the power of lobbying, by examining the influence of both moneylenders and lawyers who were the first to introduce the Torrens system to Canada east of the Rockies. An exact and fluent legal history of regional law reforms, The Law of the Land is a fascinating examination of commonwealth influence, and ongoing regional differences in Canada.
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49.58 USD
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