Books in category Social Science – Popular Culture

  • Samuel Beckett

    Samuel Beckett
    Angela B. Moorjani, Carola Veit

    – The magic triangle: James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Arno Schmidt (Friedhelm Rathjen). – Beckett performed in Italy (Annamaria Cascetta). – Beckett and synaesthesia (Yoshiki Tajiri). – Beckett versus the reader (Michael Guest).

  • Sacred Vine of Spirits Ayahuasca

    Sacred Vine of Spirits: Ayahuasca
    Ralph Metzner, Ph.D.

    This book will be an inspiration for lay audiences and a treasure trove of information for scholars studying consciousneess and the human psyche.” –Stanislav Grof, M.D., author of LSD Psychotherapy, Psychology of the Future, and The …

  • One Letter Words a Dictionary

    One-Letter Words, a Dictionary
    Craig Conley

    This book is the essential desk companion, gift, or reference volume for a vast array of readers: wordsmiths, puzzle lovers, teachers, students, librarians, and armchair linguists will all find One-Letter Words, a Dictionary a must-have.

  • English Humour for Beginners

    English Humour for Beginners
    George Mikes

    Drawing on a trove of examples from our rich comic canon, from Orwell ("Every joke is a tiny revolution") to Oscar Wilde, this is the essential handbook for natives and foreigners alike.

  • Online Sex

    Arne Dekker

    Statt Online-Sex als eine gefährliche Alternativwelt zu konzipieren, fragt der Autor praxistheoretisch danach, wie realweltliche und virtuelle Sexualität miteinander verschränkt sind und welche Auswirkungen die paradoxale Platzierung …

  • Popular Crime

    Popular Crime
    Bill James

    Now, with Popular Crime, James takes readers on an epic journey from Lizzie Borden to the Lindbergh baby, from the Black Dahlia to O. J. Simpson, explaining how crimes have been committed, investigated, prosecuted and written about, and how …

  • Heathers

    John Bowie

    An analysis of the themes in Michael Lehman's 1989 black comedy traces the rebel-teen mythology as reflected in such examples as the Columbine shootings, heavy-metal music and Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye, offering insight into why …

  • Ripped

    Greg Kot

    A Chicago Tribune music critic and cohost of Sound Opinions evaluates the role of the Internet in revolutionizing the music industry, offering insight into how the development of digital technology has changed the ways in which fans acquire …

  • The Original Wild Ones

    The Original Wild Ones
    Bill Hayes

    " "Read this captivating story and decide for yourself if the Boozefighters were really the outlaws depicted in "The Wild One""Born To Ride (September, 2005) "The original Boozefighters done it and they done it good.

  • Historias verdes

    Historias verdes
    Eduardo Limón

    Eduardo Limón, periodista y escritor de gran trayectoria, conduce estas conversaciones y comparte algunas experiencias, y lejos de tomar una postura ante este polémico tema, apuesta por conciliar los gustos, las aversiones, los pros y …

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