Sons of Anarchy: Live to Ride

Sons of Anarchy: Live to Ride

Includes 8 temporary tattoos! Revisit some of the most memorable character quotes and images from this adrenalized drama in Sons of Anarchy: Live to Ride. With full-color and black-and-white photographs and iconic quotes from Jax, Clay, Gemma, Opie, Bobby, Tig, Chibs, Tara, and the rest of the unforgettable cast, this must-have book recalls many of the most exciting moments from the show. Also featuring character profiles throughout, Sons of Anarchy: Live to Ride also includes eight temporary tattoos featuring official SOA graphics, including the Grim Reaper club tattoo, so fans can become a member of SAMCRO.

Sons of Anarchy and Philosophy

Brains Before Bullets

Sons of Anarchy and Philosophy

“Brains before bullets” – ancient andmodern wisdom for “mechanics and motorcycleenthusiasts” Essential reading for fans of the show, this book takes readersdeeper into the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, the Teller-Morrowfamily, and the ethics that surround their lives andactivities. Provides fascinating moral insights into Sons ofAnarchy, its key characters, plot lines and ideas Investigates compelling philosophical issues centering onloyalty, duty, the ethics of war, authority, religion and whetherthe ends justify the means Teaches complex philosophical ideas in a way that’saccessible to the general interest reader in order to inspire themto further reading of the great philosophers Authors use their deep knowledge of the show to illuminatethemes that are not always apparent even to die-hard fans

Bonds of Brotherhood in Sons of Anarchy

Essays on Masculinity in the FX Series

Bonds of Brotherhood in Sons of Anarchy

One of FX’s most successful original productions, Sons of Anarchy roared onto the screen in 2008 and dominated the cable network’s programming for seven seasons. Following an outlaw motorcycle club on its Shakespearean journey, the series took audiences on a wild ride powered by a high-octane brand of masculinity. This collection of new essays explores the show’s complicated presentation of masculinity and its cultural implications. Series creator and writer Kurt Sutter depicts male characters who act from a highly traditional sense of what it means to be a man. SOA both vaunts and challenges that sense of manhood as the characters face the consequences of their ride-or-die lifestyle.

Critical Companion to Arthur Miller

A Literary Reference to His Life and Work

Critical Companion to Arthur Miller

Examines the life and works of Arthur Miller, including detailed synopses of a variety of his works, character descriptions, important places Miller lived and wrote about, and biographies of family, friends, and contemporaries.

Southern Literary Messenger

Devoted to Every Department of Literature and the Fine Arts

Southern Literary Messenger


Two To Conquer

A Darkover Book

Two To Conquer

It was the final, flaming days of the Ages of Chaos. Beneath its Bloody Sun, Darkover was divided into a hundred warring kingdoms, and civilization teetered on the brink of oblivion. This is the story of Bard di Asturien, the ambitious soldier-outlaw they called the Wolf of the Kilghard Hills; of Varzil, whom history was to dub The Good - and of the alien from distant Terra who was the exact double of Varzil's enemy.

The One Percenter Encyclopedia

The World of Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs from Abyss Ghosts to Zombies Elite

The One Percenter Encyclopedia

Ever wonder how the Hells Angels got their name? Ever wonder about that little demonic critter on the Pagan’s patch? Ever wonder about the local one-percenter motorcycle club that hangs out at the corner bar? The One-Percenter Encyclopedia answers these questions and many more. Featuring concise entries that include information on founding chapters, founding dates, number of chapters, number of members, and club biography, this book covers all the major clubs—Hells Angels, Outlaws, Pagans, Mongols, Vagos—as well as lesser-known clubs from around the world.

A Companion to Modern African Art

A Companion to Modern African Art

Offering a wealth of perspectives on African modern and Modernist art from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, this new Companion features essays by African, European, and North American authors who assess the work of individual artists as well as exploring broader themes such as discoveries of new technologies and globalization. A pioneering continent-based assessment of modern art and modernity across Africa Includes original and previously unpublished fieldwork-based material Features new and complex theoretical arguments about the nature of modernity and Modernism Addresses a widely acknowledged gap in the literature on African Art