Take a stroll through Édith Piaf's Belleville, dine at Napoléon's favorite restaurant, and explore the late-night haunts of Ernest Hemingway, Josephine Baker, and Pablo Picasso. From the author of the best-selling City Walks: Paris deck, this lively collection of walking adventures follows in the footsteps of more than 25 of the city's iconic former residents. Throughout, Paris is seen from the intimate vantage point of those who loved it best, from the bars where authors penned classic works to the markets and patisseries where food lovers indulged. Including photos and full-color maps throughout, each walk in this book guides visitors and locals through the city that inspired some of the world's most famous artists, writers, chefs, musicians, politicians, and more.
Shawn Henning’s new book is a powerful and overwhelming tribute and legacy to Michael Jackson. In one book, he’s collected love letters, reflections, eulogies, poems, essays and drawings from people throughout the world who have a special appreciation for the King of Pop, Michael Jackson. I was particularly impressed at the diversity of material, from so many different countries and cultures – all of it heartfelt and illuminating. In We Love You More, we learn about the many different ways that Michael Jackson affected people from all walks of life. The participants talk about how Michael’s music, creativity and pubic example affected their lives and helped them to be better people. The contributions are a wonderful cathartic output to help to come to terms with the loss of Michael’s huge talent. They will not only comfort those who have written them, but those who read them. People will learn about the experiences they have in common, with people throughout the world, who followed Michael’s career, his music, his good deeds and the example he set for this generation and generations to come. The book will also be of comfort to Michael’s own family. They will see that the spirit of Michael will continue in people everywhere and in many ways and for many reasons. It’s also fascinating to learn what people have to say about different songs and what they meant to their lives. I’m impressed by the diverse elements in the book... from eulogies, to memories to poems and beautiful drawings and paintings and even photo montages at the end. Mr. Henning... you’ve done a wonderful service to the Michael Jackson fan community and I commend you. Sincerely yours, Larry Nimmer
Women’s Writing in Twenty-First Century France is a collection of critical essays on recent women-authored literature in France. It takes stock of the themes, issues and trends in women’s writing of the first decade of the twenty-first century, and it engages critically with the work of individual authors through close textual readings. Authors covered include major prizewinners, best-selling authors, established and new writers whose work attracts scholarly attention, including those whose texts have been translated into English such as Christine Angot, Nina Bouraoui, Marie Darrieussecq as Chloé Delaume, Claudie Gallay and Anna Gavalda. Themes include translation, popular fiction, society, history, war, family relations, violence, trauma, the body, racial identity, sexual identity, feminism, life-writing and textual/aesthetic experiments.
Three men meet on the outskirts of London to hatch a plan to steal the wealth of a nation in this thriller by an Edgar Award–winning author. They are three ordinary-seeming men—one fat, one tall, one thin. But their goal is anything but ordinary, and they have no regard for the chaos and horror that will be unleashed in the process. Once their plan is put into action, the death toll will rise and rise . . . It is up to Department Z’s Gordon Craigie to put a stop to these powerful and ruthless men. His only clue is a mysterious diamond-shaped card. It is on this small lead that the fate of Department Z—the ace detectives within British intelligence—hinges. But with the life of Craigie’s top agent Toby Arran now on the line, this one clue may not be enough.
The American illustrator and author Howard Pyle is best known for his celebrated children’s books. His magazine and book illustrations are regarded as among the finest of the turn-of-the-century period in the Art Nouveau style. Pyle achieved especial fame as an accomplished and original illustrator of historical legends and fairy stories, noted for the vivid richness and historical accuracy of his work — both as a writer and an artist. Many of Pyle’s children’s stories are now regarded as American classics, including 'The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood', 'Otto of the Silver Hand', 'Jack Ballister’s Fortunes' and his magical tales of Arthurian legend. For the first time in publishing history, this eBook presents Pyle’s complete published works, with hundreds of illustrations, rare texts, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Pyle’s life and works * Concise introductions to the novels and other texts * All 14 novels, with individual contents tables * Features rare novels appearing for the first time in digital publishing, including ‘The Garden behind the Moon’ * All of the novels feature Pyle’s original illustrations — over a 1,000 illustrations * Images of how the books were first published, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * Rare uncollected short stories available in no other collection * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the short stories * Easily locate the short stories you want to read * Includes a wide range of Pyle’s illustration work for other novelists * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Novels The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood (1883) Within the Capes (1885) The Rose of Paradise (1888) Otto of the Silver Hand (1888) A Modern Aladdin (1892) Men of Iron (1892) The Story of Jack Ballister’s Fortunes (1895) The Garden behind the Moon (1895) Rejected of Men (1903) The Story of King Arthur and His Knights (1903) The Story of the Champions of the Round Table (1905) The Story of Sir Launcelot and His Companions (1907) The Ruby of Kishmoor (1908) The Story of the Grail and the Passing of King Arthur (1910) The Shorter Fiction Pepper and Salt (1886) The Wonder Clock (1888) Twilight Land (1895) The Price of Blood (1899) Stolen Treasure (1907) Howard Pyle’s Book of Pirates (1921) Uncollected Short Stories The Short Stories List of Short Stories in Chronological Order List of Short Stories in Alphabetical Order Works Illustrated by Pyle Grandmother’s Story of Bunker Hill Battle (1874) by Oliver Wendell Holmes A Story of the Golden Age by James Baldwin The One Hoss Shay (1892) by Oliver Wendell Holmes Sir Christopher (1901) by Maud Wilder Goodwin Captain Ravenshaw (1901) by Robert Neilson Stephens Illustrations from ‘Chivalry’ (1901) by James Branch Cabell The Island of Enchantment (1905) by Justus Miles Forman Dulcibel (1907) by Henry Peterson Lincoln’s Last Day (1910) by William H. Crook Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles or to purchase this eBook as a Parts Edition of individual eBooks