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Queen Summer


Author : Walter Crane
Genre : Arts & Entertainment

This beautiful book, so affordable in its paperback edition is the unabridged republication of Flora's Feast: A Masque of Flowers, first published in 1889. It contains 40 color ill...


The Summer Queen


Author : Elizabeth Chadwick
Genre : Historical

New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Chadwick brings Eleanor of Aquitaine to life with breathtaking historical detail in the first volume of this stunning new trilogy...


Queen Summer


Author : Walter Crane
Genre : Classics

Queen Summer Walter Crane, english artist and book illustrator (1845-1915) This ebook presents «Queen Summer», from Walter Crane. A dynamic table of contents en...


Queen Summer


Author : Walter Crane
Genre : Art & Architecture

Queen Summer, or, The Tourney of the Lily and the Rose is an illustrated book featuring 60 colorful pages drawn by Walter Crane.  This book was created from a scan of t...


Guenevere Queen Of The Summer Country


Author : Rosalind Miles
Genre : Fairy Tales, Myths & Fables

Camelot--a vibrant pageant of love, heartbreak, hatred, jealousy, revenge, and desire--as seen through the eyes of its queen, GuenevereRaised in the tranquil beauty of ...


Kylie Jean Summer Camp Queen


Author : Marci Peschke
Genre : Family & Relationships

Mariposa Ranch is the most fantastic camp ever! Lucy and I get to swim and hike and do crafts. Plus, there’s a contest to become Camp Queen! But there’s a girl...


Queen Summer Or The Tourney Of The Lily The Rose Penned Portrayed


Author : Walter Crane
Genre : Chapter Books

Walter Crane (1845-1915) was one of the earliest contributors to children's literature and one of the most influential illustrators in the development of children's colour picture ...


The Summer Queen


Author : Joan D. Vinge
Genre : High Tech

Sequel To The Hugo Award-Winning Bestseller The Snow QueenThe Summer Queen is the extraordinary sequel to one of science fiction's most celebrated ...


Joseph Wambaugh A Cop S Eye View


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

Police work provides a skewed -- if not positively warped -- outlook on the human pageant. A cop assessing civic life on the basis of professional experience is rather like a docto...


Queen Of The Summer Stars


Author : Persia Woolley
Genre : Historical

"Once again we are captivated by the magic of the legend that has long fed our appetite for pageantry and romantic adventure." —Washington Post In a country still ree...


Mystery Of Aldrich Ames


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

Motivation is the central mystery of espionage. Why do people spy? What compels them to trade in the currency of secrets? How are they able to court trust and seduce confidences wh...


Kylie Jean Summer Camp Craft Queen


Author : Marne Kate Ventura
Genre : Crafts

It's time for summer camp! Kylie Jean here. Did I tell you that I once became the summer camp queen? You can be a summer camp queen too. Make a fancy tiara like mine, a fluttering ...


Shape Of A Life Michael Ignatieff On Isaiah Berlin


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

ELAINE KALMAN NAVES' most recent book is Putting Down Roots: Montreal's Immigrant Writers (Vehicule). Her memoir, Journey to Vaja: Reconstructing the World of a Hungarian-Jewish Fa...


Paul Theroux S Travels


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

TOD HOFFMAN is a regular contributor to Queen's Quarterly. His next book, Homicide: Life on the Screen, will be released by ECW Press later this year. But I said, "People should be...


Passion And Comfort Jeanette Winterson


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

MALCA LITOVITZ teaches at Seneca College and completed her MA thesis on the novels of E.M. Forster. Her writing has appeared in Prairie Fire, Descant, Toronto Life, and Books in Ca...


Umberto Eco Interviewed By Eleanor Wachtel


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

"... So the first time I read the word `freedom' in this context, I learned that several parties could exist at once within a society. I soon realized that these groups had not spr...


The Winter Queen And Summer King


Author : Sam Lann
Genre : Epic

A horror SF romance. An alternate future history told in two parts. Of love lost and found and the struggle to safeguard the destiny of Mankind. Can one man affect the destiny of a...


Survival Of Culture Alain Finkielkraut


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

ALAIN FINKIELKRAUT teaches philosophy at the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris. He has published a dozen books, all translated into English, among them, Defeat of the Mind (1995). This ...


Jennifer Johnston Interviewed By Eleanor Wachtel


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

ELEANOR WACHTEL hosts CBC Radio's weekly literary program Writers & Company on Sunday afternoons. Two selections of her interviews, Writers & Company and More Writers &...


Umberto Eco


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

ELEANOR WACHTEL is the host of CBC Radio's Writers & Company and The Arts Today. This interview was initially prepared in collaboration with Mary Stinson and broadcast on Write...


Homicide Reality And Realism Burnout Is More Than An Occupational Hazard In The Homicide Unit It Is A Psychological Certainty


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

David Simon, Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets...


Revolutionary Odyssey Of Che Guevara


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

GORDON H. McCORMICK teaches political science and security studies at the US Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, where he also directs the Center on Terrorism and Ir...


The Moral Of Virginia On Her Majesties Solemn Obligations To The Virginia Indian Nations Queen Elizabeth Ii


Author : Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the Oxford Round Table
Genre : Law

Attending the theme of this conference--"Religion: The Politics of Peace and Conflict"--it may be duly noted that a central tenet of religion has always been morality. Certainly th...


Queen Summer Or The Journey Of The Lily And The Rose


Author : Walter Crane
Genre : Art & Architecture

Printed on a limited run, Queen Summer features lush Art Nouveau designs by Walter Crane. The children-in-the-garden motif is a recurring theme not only within Crane's works b...


Queen Summer Or The Tourney Of The Lily And The Rose


Author : Walter Crane
Genre : Classics

When Summer on the earth was queen She held her court in gardens green Fair hung with tapestry of leaves, Where threads of gold the sun enweaves With checquered...


The Queen Seasons Of Passion Summer Lovin


Author : Maxine Douglas
Genre : Ghost

Cole Masterson takes a ghost hunting gig aboard the Queen Mary to find out why pictures of his great grandfather and Hanna Amery are in an old locket. Hanna Amery find...


Queen Summer Or The Tourney Of The Lily And The Rose


Author : Walter Crane
Genre : Arts & Entertainment

Walter Crane (1845-1915) was one of the earliest contributors to children's literature and one of the most influential illustrators in the development of children's colour ...


Moulay Idriss


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

THE narrow and damaged road was not much used. Stones blocked our passage, and broken pavement here and there forced us to slow down. At the curve, we came upon a huge natural amph...


Byroads To The Past Spanish Travel Notes


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

FERNANDO POYATOS teaches non-verbal communication at the University of New Brunswick in the departments of Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology, besides writing and lecturing in...


Ottawa Federal Capital And First National Symbol


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

A national capital endeavours to make a "national statement" to citizens and to foreign visitors. The capital strives to somehow embody the country it represents. And perhaps it is...


New Country New Journalists


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

Every society has a discreet, almost unconscious coding of shared understanding - insider humour, insider cynicism, an unspoken attachment to values, and a sense of belonging. We f...


Byroads To The Past Spanish Travel Notes


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

FERNANDO POYATOS teaches non-verbal communication at the University of New Brunswick in the departments of Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology, besides writing and lecturing in...


Ideology Of Information Technology


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

WILLIAM BIRDSALL is University Librarian at Dalhousie University. He is the author of The Myth of the Electronic Library: Librarianship and Social Change in America (1994). He is c...


Tom Swift And His Electronic Assembly Line


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

DENNIS DUFFY teaches at the University of Toronto's Innis College. For most of this century, the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew have been role models for millions of youths all over the...


Dead Cities Of Northern Syria A Journal


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

Imagine the study in contrasts: a Spanish Franciscan priest performs a Catholic mass in Arabic before a small congregation of young Palestinian refugees, some Belgian visitors and ...


Primary Colors Beyond Willy


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

MAURICE YACOWAR is the always truthful Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Calgary....


Joy Of Reading


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

"Always with your nose in a book," my mother used to sigh after calling my name in vain for supper. Her observation was more accurate than she suspected, thinking as she did that I...


National Cultures In The Age Of Globalization The Case Of Canada


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

RICK SALUTIN is a freelance writer. He has written plays and novels and is media columnist for The Globe and Mail. This article is adapted from an address to the German Association...


For The Cause The Intellectuals And The Spanish Civil War


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

FRASER BELL is a writer who lives in Victoria. His stories, reviews, and articles have been published in Canadian Dimension, the Toronto Star, the Ottawa Citizen, and the Vancouver...


Love Trust And High Stone Walls Convict Lover


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

The year is 1919. Phyllis Halliday, a plain, quiet girl from Portsmouth Village, discovers a note from Joseph Cleroux, a.k.a. convict G852 in the notorious Kingston Penitentiary. F...


Journeys In The Interior Glasgow Imagined


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

"Each epoch not only dreams the next, but ... in dreaming, strives towards the moment of waking.... In the convulsions of the commodity economy we begin to recognize the monuments ...


Thomas Edison The Wizard Lives


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

TOM GERRY teaches English at Laurentian University. He recently published Contemporary US and Canadian Women of Letters. Edison in his day was a much larger-than-life figure than w...


Paul Theroux S Travels


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

TOD HOFFMAN is a regular contributor to Queen's Quarterly. His next book, Homicide: Life on the Screen, will be released by ECW Press later this year. But I said, "People should be...


Revolutionary Odyssey Of Che Guevara


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

GORDON H. McCORMICK teaches political science and security studies at the US Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, where he also directs the Center on Terrorism and Ir...


Strangers No More


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

A man is born three times in his life. He is born of his mother, he is born of his father, and finally he is born of his own deep self. Guy Corneau(1)...


Last Norwegian Restaurant In Bay Ridge


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

I RETURNED to Brooklyn recently after a long absence, and took my wife to see the last Norwegian restaurant in Bay Ridge. I say "Bay Ridge" deliberately, aware that not everyone fa...


Method And Success In Canada S Cultural Policies


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

VICTOR RABINOVITCH closely follows current issues in arts and culture. Until 1997, he was the assistant deputy minister of cultural development in the federal Department of Canadia...


Information Please If You Are Still Worried About How To Find Your Place In The Age Of Information


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

ROBERT EVERETT-GREEN is senior features writer for The Globe and Mail. "THE transition from an industrial age to a post-industrial or information age has been discussed so much and...


Spirit Of Place Berlin 2000


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

So we have to get away to find ourselves. And choose to come back. And each time we leave, our desire to return, our very desire, is put to the test ... Monique LaRue, Copies confo...


Speed And The City Le Rodeo Urbain


Author : Queen's Quarterly
Genre : Performing Arts

The scene takes place not Jar from Rouen, in the suburb of Houssiere, on a Saturday. An evening performance, intended to promote harmony between various ethnic groups, is organized...