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Author: Donna Babylon
Publisher: Window Treatements
Suggests ways in which windows can be economically treated using curtains, shades, and valances, and includes photographs and instructions to recreate each project, as well as basic sewing pointers.
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noticing and it rattled the branches of the ailanthus against my window pane, and set a distant shutter banging. What a wild dance it must be enjoying through Washington Square with all those trees to play among and all that space in ...
Author: Phyllis A. Whitney
Publisher: Open Road Media
From a New York Times–bestselling author: In nineteenth-century Manhattan, a young woman is hired to care for a child haunted by murder. Having just lost her brother and mother in a tragic accident, dressmaker Megan Kincaid has never felt so vulnerable and alone. Then comes the startling request from the wealthy Brandon Reid of Washington Square to work as a private caretaker to his violently tempered nine-year-old stepson, Jeremy. Megan reluctantly accepts, despite the facts of Jeremy’s troubled past. Two years ago, the boy accidentally shot and killed his own father, a brilliant and esteemed New York district attorney. Everyone in the Reid family tries to bury—and hopefully forget—this fatal incident, but as Megan struggles to help her lost young ward, she begins to fear that her new employers—including Brandon, to whom she is passionately, irresistibly, and dangerously drawn—also have secrets. Now, as Megan delves further into the mysterious Reid family past, she’s torn between a child she must save, a man she’s come to love, and the desire to run for her life. A recipient of the Agatha Award for Lifetime Achievement, Phyllis A. Whitney has once again penned a “superior whodunit” (New York Morning Telegraph). This ebook features an illustrated biography of Phyllis A. Whitney including rare images from the author’s estate.
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The book thus shows our age-old desire to record and classify nature, as well our passion for re-living it through studying specimens of flora and fauna. Yet Ferrari's vision is far from impersonal or scientific.
Author: Andrea Ferrari
Wild Window is Andrea Ferrari's personal cabinet of curiosities, a collection of photos of taxidermy animals, shells, eggs and coral that explores the gaze as a universal trait shared by both humans and animals. In its format and design Wild Window recalls a naturalist's notebook full of wonderful creatures observed on an imaginary journey to exotic lands. The book thus shows our age-old desire to record and classify nature, as well our passion for re-living it through studying specimens of flora and fauna. Yet Ferrari's vision is far from impersonal or scientific. He arranges his photos in a loose grid rich with ambivalence and associations, and colors many images a soft, muted pink that references the familiar hue of human skin. In Ferrari's hands nature is an interaction where creatures observe us as we observe them, and we weave intuitive narrative connections between all that we see. Ferrari ... deliberately reverts to ambiguity and evokes what is not present in the image to recall the experience of vision and its consequences for knowledge and interpreting the world... This throws the cycle into a new dimension, that of cosmogony, of being able to re-create a world from its images and figures. Walter Guadagnini
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The flowers used in the first prize arrangement were white water-lilies, white sweet peas, blue corn-flowers, white rodanthe, ferns, and wild grasses. That of the second prize consisted of pink cactus flowers, white water-lilies, ...
Author: John Mollison
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
First published in 1877, this is a detailed guide to the cultivation of plants and flowers in the Victorian home, written for those living in towns and cities. Advising on matters ranging from watering methods to insect prevention, this well-illustrated resource will interest both gardening enthusiasts and social historians.
All the wild habits of his boyhood have coalesced now into the wild habits of manhood, so he'll come home at midnight, poleaxed from drink and exhaustion, leaving strict orders to us to get him up in time; orders which we all promptly ...
Author: Liam Ó Murchú
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
Category: Biography & Autobiography
There is a large floor of broken boards, covered here and there with bit and pieces of broken linoleum. I cannot see the walls or what's above them, but there is a woman at a fire who keeps looking at me, and a man on a chair reading a paper, who keeps looking at me.' Born in a fourth-floor tenement, the youngest of twelve, Liam was the son of a Dublin Fusilier and a flaxmill worker. Although half his siblings were dead before he was born, he does not 'look back in anger' but at people's tough resolve not to be bitter about life's lot and see the next generation through to better times. Set in the territory of Frank O'Connor on Cork's north side, this is not another sorry tale of childhook poverty. It is a memoir of courage and endurance, telling an often uproarious and always poignant story. Alive with the yowling of cats and scurrying of rats, the ghosts of Blarney and Shandon Street appear – ex-soldiers, money lenders, fruit-sellers and women overwhelmed by children, drink and galloping consumption. For some it ended with their head in a gas oven or with long tresses floating through the weir grass on the quiet waters of the River Lee. 'A black cat in the window' - was it a sign of luck? With six alive at least there was a chance. Despite the taboos of a strict time there was still some sex in a damp climate, some great heroes and heroines, and a bicycle in the hallway was a sure sign of upward mobility.
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Conical towers became the rage, wild windows, odd porches and decorations nailed on, regardless of design, made San Francisco's nightmare architecture the jest of tourists. Lastly, after an interregnum of Queen Anne vagaries, ...
Presents detailed line drawings illustrating the specialized and technical vocabulary of entire subjects from Astronomy to Zoos together with the exact Chinese names and their correct English equivalents. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR