If Wes Anderson were to write a love story, he might well wind up conceiving of Horace and Agnes. There are no boundaries when it comes to true love and genuine companionship. Bursting with color, style, and humor, Horace and Agnes is a sumptuous photographic journal of their simple pleasures--walks on the beach, jigsaw puzzles, a quick getaway to Las Vegas, visits with relatives, festive parties, and quiet nights at home. In a series of self-portraits taken by photographer Asia Kepka we..
In these never-before-collected tales from the 1990s, police detective Jim Corrigan tries to end his mission as The Spectre. But the grisly crimes of a serial..
Contrasts different notions of the status of poetry in the work of MacPherson, Burns, Hogg, Scott, and Wordsworth.
Explores a variety of critical approaches to the whole range of Horace''s poetry.
This book explores the pervasiveness of poetry''s impact on philosophy and, conversely, how philosophy has sometimes resisted or denied poetry''s influence.
The essays in this volume deal largely with medieval German heroic and epic poetry.
Owls and Other Fantasies