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The Graces

Author : Laure Eve
ISBN : 1419721232
File Size : 87. 33 MB
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"A secretive loner discovers her own hidden powers when she's taken under the wings of three glamorous witches"--

The Mirror Of The Graces

Author : A lady of distinction
Genre : Clothing and dress
File Size : 28. 52 MB
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The Mirror Of The Graces Or The English Lady S Costume

Author : Lady of distinction
ISBN : NYPL:33433071571487
Genre : Beauty, Personal
File Size : 45. 47 MB
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Grace S Guide

Author : Grace Helbig
ISBN : 9781476788005
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 43. 48 MB
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A comedian who has gained popularity on YouTube offers her irreverent take on life, in an illustrated book geared toward anyone faced with the daunting challenge of growing up. Original.

Touched By The Graces

Author : Buford Norman
ISBN : 1883479355
Genre : Religion
File Size : 29. 23 MB
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In the history of French classicism Philippe Quinault is unique: there is no other author (including Racine, Moliere, and Corneille) whose plays were performed so frequently and who was remunerated so generously during the classical period. This book, which fills a void in the study of classical drama, is equally unique: the first in English on Quinault and the first comprehensive study in any language of the libretti he composed in collaboration with Jean-Baptiste Lully from 1673 to 1686. After situating the libretti in the context of French classicism, the author first discusses the prologues to the Quinault-Lully operas, then devotes a chapter to each of the libretti in which he examines such traditional literary elements as performance history, plot, characterization, and style, as well as issues more specifically related to musical theater. The concluding chapter summarizes what opera can tell us about French classicism and explores in depth some of the key theoretical issues such as representation, imitation, and recognition. This volume will appeal to a broad spectrum of readers: specialists in seventeenth-century French theater, musicologists, music lovers who are interested in early opera, and those whose research focuses on the interrelationship of music and literature.


Author : Grace Coddington
ISBN : 9781742755618
Genre : Fashion
File Size : 62. 27 MB
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Grace Coddington, the passionate and flame-haired doyenne of fashion. It is said that she has the knack of being in the right place at the right time; that she can predict a trend; turn a piece of clothing into a best-seller which flies off the racks; spot the most talented new photographers, and break out models who epitomize the look of the moment. What is certainly true is that clothes inspire Grace to tell stories; and she has told hundreds of them over the 50 years she has spent in the fashion industry with pictures realised in careful collaborations. And now, here, she tells her own story. Beginning in wartime Anglesey, Grace: A Memoir follows her trajectory from London in the swinging Sixties, to Paris at the start of the ready-to-wear revolution, and on to America in the late 1980's when the era of power-dressing and the supermodel began, and the centre of gravity in the fashion world shifted from Europe to the US. More than simply a memoir, this is a cultural history of the last half century, populated by the beautiful people - the models, actors, designers and photographers who make up Grace's world. Along the way Grace shares her forthright views on everything from plastic surgery, cats, photography in the digital era and the nature of beauty.

The Three Graces

Author : Antonio Canova
ISBN : UOM:39015037324343
Genre : Art
File Size : 90. 78 MB
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Antonio Canova (1757-1822) suffers not only from having been overlooked, but from the superabundance of praise, indeed outright worship that was meted out to him by his contemporaries and the majority of subsequent fellow-sculptors, connoiseurs, and aesthetics throughout the nineteenth century. Canova was for them the quintessential sculptor and in all respects, until perhaps the maturity of Rodin, the role model of all aspiring sculptors. This catalogue was published to accompany the first time The Three Graces had been shown in Scotland. The Three Graces was executed in 1815-17 for the 6th Duke of Bedford for Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire.

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