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xxi, 316 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Audience-centric journalism
  • Critical thinking
  • Basics of writing
  • Expanded news writing
  • Social media
  • Interviewing
  • Basic reporting: news that finds you
  • Beyond basic reporting: news you have to find
  • Broadcast-style writing and voicing
  • Collecting audio and visuals in the field
  • Editing audio and video
  • Law and the media
  • Ethics.
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v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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478 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
"Elizabeth Storm, jeune scientifique, et Pierre Lefranc, journaliste au Petit Journal, pensent la deuxième option probable. La croisade débute : on n'échappera à l'astéroïde Wildcat, six cents kilomètres de diamètre, qui s'approche inéluctablement et menace de détruire la planète, qu'en construisant des cités souterraines dans le cocon maternel de la vie : la Terre. Il s'agit d'abriter un milliard quatre cents millions de Terriens. Un défi titanesque qui oblige à repenser la société. Les hommes relèvent le gant. Et tout change : travail, argent, propriété, lutte des classes, profit. Ce monde en train de naitre pourrait être meilleur que le précédent, d'autant que de formidables inventions voient le jour : énergie propre, transport express par champ electromagnétique, cinéma, téléphone, transmission de la voix et de l'image à distance, recyclage de l'eau, des déchets, alimentation à base d'insectes. Le monde s'en sortira-t-il ? C'est l'enjeu de cde roman où le bien et le mal s'affrontent car tous ne sont pas d'accord pour sauver l'humanité au prix de tant de bouleversements. Et si certains voulaient en profiter ? Voire pire ?"--Page 4 of cover.
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279 p. ; 24 cm
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177 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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241 pages ; 22 cm
Abracadabra is a fantastical and inventive addition to the tradition of noir writing, which not only delights and surprises at every turn but also raises important questions about identity, the human condition, the nature of evil, and the state of the union. The novel begins with a mystery, when Mark Goodson, a seemingly well-adjusted married man, disappears during a magic act, precipitating a series of events, encounters, and seemingly inexplicable occurrences, which it falls to a former professional football player, Elko Wells, to weave together into a story that is at once compelling and true. The concussion that ended Wells' playing career left him open to hearing voices and discerning patterns of meaning helpful to his work as the owner of a missing-persons agency. He also owns a celebrity look-alike agency, which complicates matters in humorous ways, and his reliance on a string of cocktail waitresses called the Bloody Marys who are on the lookout for various people adds another level of intrigue. Magicians and misdirection, gambling, down-on-one's-luck, the crazed sense of possibility and impossibility, mistaken identity, impersonators and body doubles, people acting bizarrely with all sorts of chaos, collisions, and overlaps thrown in for good measure. Again and again the reader is swept into treacherous waters, always confident that the writer is in control of his material. Because the many twists and turns the plot takes are all but impossible to anticipate, the experience of reading Abracadabra is deliciously magical.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781943859443 20180115
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xx, 387 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Foreword. Introduction: No End to Childhood. The Story of Actors and Acting in Animation. Chalk-Talking on Vaudeveille Stage. An Actor's Vision of Optical Poetry. Shadow Plays and Shilhoette Films: The Adventures of Prince Achmed . Rotoscoping: Dave Fleischer as Ko-Ko the Clown. The Peak of Character Animation: Walt Disney. Animated Characters: Intercultural Idiosyncrasies. Voice Actors. Animators Become Actors and Actresses. Acting With Animated Characters. Dancing With Animation. Comedians. Pixilation: Animating Actors. Acting Against the Odds of Visual Effects and Animation. Synthespians: The Art of Performance Capture . Avatar and Beyond. A Nod to Computer Games. Performance and Creativity Training for Animators -- A Practical Guide. Writing Animation: Role Profiles and Case Studies. Acting in Storyboard Sessions. Character Design and Posing. Emotional Expression and Movement. Scene Study and Action Analysis. Facial Expression. Performance Capture Techniques. Feeling Characters: Visualization Techniques. Selected Filmography. Bibliography. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498778633 20171127
Animation has a lot to do with acting. That is, character animation, not the standardized, mechanical process of animation. Acting and animation are highly creative processes. This book is divided into two parts: From film history we learn about the importance of actors and the variety of acting that goes into animation; then, we will turn to the actor's point of view to describe the various techniques involved. Through exhaustive research and interviews with people ranging from the late Ray Harryhausen, Jim Danforth, Joe Letteri, and Bruno Bozzetto, this book will be the primary source for animators and animation actors.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498778633 20171127
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xx, 255 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Actionable Media illuminates the new wave of digital communication and culture emerging from the rise of ubiquitous computing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190678074 20171227
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viii, 270 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter 1 Adaptation and the Theatre Chapter 2 Performing Books Chapter 3 Story: Adaptation and the Act of Telling Chapter 4 Layered Space: Adaptation, Immersion and Site Chapter 5 Word/Play: Postdramatic Theatre and Live Art Conclusion Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472530523 20171218
Why are so many theatre productions adaptations of one kind or another? Why do contemporary practitioners turn so frequently to non-dramatic texts for inspiration? This study explores the fascination of novels, short stories, children's books and autobiographies for theatre makers and examines what 'becomes' of literary texts when these are filtered into contemporary practice that includes physical theatre, multimedia performance, puppetry, immersive and site-specific performance and live art. In Adaptation in Contemporary Theatre, Frances Babbage offers a series of fresh critical perspectives on the theory of adaptation in theatre-making, focusing on meditations of prose literature within contemporary performance. Individual chapters explore the significance and impact of books as physical objects within productions; the relationship between the dramatic adaptation and literary edition; storytelling on the page and in performance; literary space and theatrical space; and prose fiction reframed as 'found text' in contemporary theatre and live art. Case studies are drawn from internationally acclaimed companies including Complicite, Elevator Repair Service, Kneehigh, Forced Entertainment, Gob Squad, Teatro Kismet and Stan's Cafe. Adaptation in Contemporary Theatre is a compelling and provocative resource for anyone interested in the potential and the challenges of using prose literature as material for new theatrical performance.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472530523 20171218
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xiii, 247 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Part one. Defining practice
  • Adaptation for the stage : a dramaturgical intervention
  • The rise of American dramaturgy
  • The power of adapturgy
  • Part two. Theorizing practice
  • Palimpsestuous pleasures
  • How to do things with birds
  • Geographies of adaptation
  • Part three. Practicing theory. Working with the script (the script of the source)
  • Working with the production
  • Postmortem adapturgy.
Dramaturg Jane Barnette has put together an essential guide for theatre scholars and practitioners seeking to understand and participate in the process of adaptation for the stage. Employing the term "adapturgy" - her neologism for the art of adaptation dramaturgy - Barnette redefines the dramaturg's role and thoroughly refutes the commonplace point of view that adapted works are somehow less creative than "original" plays.The dual nature of dramaturgy and adaptation as both process and product is reflected in the structure and organization of the book. Part 1 explores the ways that linking adaptation to dramaturgy advances our understanding of both practices. Part 2 demonstrates three different methods - each grounded in a detailed case study - for analyzing theatrical adaptations. Part 3 offers concrete strategies for the dramaturg: dramaturgy for the adapted script; the production dramaturgy of stage adaptations; and the role of the dramaturg in the postmortem for a production. Rounding out the book are two appendixes containing interviews with adapters and theatre-makers and representative program notes from different play adaptations.Plays adapted from literature and other media represent a rapidly growing segment in the theatre. Adapturgy: The Dramaturg's Art and Theatrical Adaptation offers both practical and theoretical tools for understanding and creating these new works.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780809336272 20180115
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144 p. : illustrations ; 22 cm
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x, 129 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
  • Introduction 1. Modernism Reconsidered/ Reconsidering Modernism 2. Politics, Sex, and Identity in Lady Chatterley's Lover 3. Private and Public Self: Ideology of the Aesthetic in Mrs. Dalloway 4. To the Lighthouse-Structure Hidden Behind `Chaotic' Narrative Technique 5. Politics of Multiple Identities in Orlando 6. Aesthetics of Disorder in The Waste Land 7. Aesthetics of Nihilism: Convention in the Service of Ideology inT. S. Eliot's Four Quartets 8. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498528054 20180205
Scrutinizing the aesthetic and ideological in the works by Lawrence, Woolf, and Eliot, this book gives a different perspective on Modernism and what are considered to be its principal features. In that respect, fragmentation, disunity, relativity of things, break with tradition, as well as the depiction of life's disorder, are disputed and seen as aesthetic means for the promotion of certain ideologies. Aesthetics and Ideology of D. H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf, and T. S. Eliot offers a smooth transition from general discussion and revision of some fixed concepts related to Modernism, through individual authors and their major works to the conclusion where the main findings are summarized and further explicated. Apart from dealing with Modernism in general, Aesthetics and Ideology of D. H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf and T. S. Eliot presents a somewhat different view on the authors it deals with. They are not only seen as opponents of established religious, political, and social views, but to a certain extent as their perpetrators. This duality concerning their stances is reconciled by their insisting on the aesthetic unity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498528054 20180205
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xi, 264 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • PART I INTRODUCTION 1 Introduction Katherine Wakely-Mulroney and Louise Joy ã PART II FORM 2 Rhythm Derek Attridge 3 Free Play Revisited: the Poetics of Repetition in Blake's Songs of Innocence Corinna Russell 4 Play James Williams 5 Poetry in Prose: Lewis Carroll's Sylvie and Bruno Books Katherine Wakely-Mulroney 6 The Rational Gothic: The Case of Ann Taylor's "The Hand-Post" Donelle Ruwe ã PART III EMBODIMENT 7 The Laughing Child: Children's Poetry and the Comic Mode Louise Joy 8 "We may not know, we cannot tell": Religion and Reserve in Victorian Children's Poetics Kirstie Blair 9 Nursery Rhymes: Poetry, Language, and the Body Debbie Pullinger 10 "That Terrible Bugaboo": The Role of Music in Poetry for Children Michael Heyman 11 Cognitive Poetics and The Aesthetics of Children's Poetry: A Primer of Possibilities Karen Coats 12 Inner Animals: Nature in Ted Hughes's Poems for Children David Whitley ã PART IV TASTE 13 Children, Poetry, and the Eighteenth-Century School Anthology Andrew O'Malley 14 Selection Andrea Immel 15 Anthologies Seth Lerer ã Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472438317 20180205
This collection gives sustained attention to the literary dimensions of children's poetry from the eighteenth century to the present. While reasserting the importance of well-known voices, such as those of Isaac Watts, William Blake, Lewis Carroll, Christina Rossetti, A. A. Milne, and Carol Ann Duffy, the contributors also reflect on the aesthetic significance of landmark works by less frequently celebrated figures such as Richard Johnson, Ann and Jane Taylor, Cecil Frances Alexander and Michael Rosen. Scholarly treatment of children's poetry has tended to focus on its publication history rather than to explore what comprises - and why we delight in - its idiosyncratic pleasures. And yet arguments about how and why poetic language might appeal to the child are embroiled in the history of children's poetry, whether in Isaac Watts emphasising the didactic efficacy of "like sounds, " William Blake and the Taylor sisters revelling in the beauty of semantic ambiguity, or the authors of nonsense verse jettisoning sense to thrill their readers with the sheer music of poetry. Alive to the ways in which recent debates both echo and repudiate those conducted in earlier periods, The Aesthetics of Children's Poetry investigates the stylistic and formal means through which children's poetry, in theory and in practice, negotiates the complicated demands we have made of it through the ages.
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15. L'affaire Mayerling [2018]

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270 pages ; 21 cm
"Qu'arrive-t-il aux habitants du Mayerling ? Cette résidence neuve de haut standing, aux occupants triés sur le volet, est une promesse de sérénité à laquelle succombent de nombreux acheteurs dans la ville de Rouvières. Mais derrière ses portes protégées par les digicodes, la vie se dérègle peu à peu. Les conflits et les accidents se succèdent. Les Lemoine, jeune couple dynamique, s'entredéchirent. La très pieuse Mme Camy se retrouve nymphomane. M. Paul rêve d'assassiner les bruyants locataires de l'étage supérieur. Une odeur pestilentielle s'échappe du logement de Mme Meunier. Et Mme Chopard voit le fantôme de sa mère... Hanté par je ne sais quel démon, le Mayerling aurait-il décidé d'en finir avec ses habitants ? De situations cocasses en dérapages absurdes, le narrateur retrace le naufrage d'une communauté aux tensions exacerbées. Ce roman drôle et glaçant nous livre avec brio une satire de l'urbanisme contemporain. Héritier survolté de La Vie mode d'emploi de Perec et de La Trilogie de béton de I. G.-Ballard, il dresse le portrait d'une société prisonnière de ses rêves de béton."--Page 4 of cover.
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viii, 215 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Chapter 1: Children's Literature and the Affective Turn: Affect, Emotion, Empathy Elizabeth Bullen, Kristine Moruzi, Michelle J. Smith Section I: Affect and the Historical Child Reader Chapter 2: From Virtue Ethics to Emotional Intelligence: Advice from Medieval Parents to Their Children Juanita Feros Ruys Chapter 3: Charity, Affect, and Waif Novels Kristine Moruzi Chapter 4: `feeling is believing': Anna Sewell's Black Beauty and the Power of Emotion Adrienne Gavin Chapter 5: `She cannot smile the smile that wells up from the heart': Beauty, Health and Emotion in Six to Sixteen and The Secret Garden Michelle J. Smith Section II: Theory of Mind Chapter 6: Emotions and Ethics: Implications for Children's Literature Maria Nikolajeva Chapter 7: Simplified Minds: Empathy and Mind-modelling in Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Cycle Lydia Kokkola Chapter 8: `Would I lie to you?': Unreliable Narration and the Emotional Rollercoast in Justine Larbalestier's Liar Bettina Kummerling-Meibauer Section III: Place and Space Chapter 9: Spatialities of Emotion: Place and Non-Place in Children's Picture Books Kerry Mallan Chapter 10: Changing Minds and Hearts: Felt Theory and the Carceral Child in Indigenous Canadian Residential School Picture Books Doris Wolf Section IV: Emotions of Belonging Chapter 11: `Love: it will kill you and save you, both': Love as Rebellion in Recent YA Dystopian Trilogies Debra Dudek Chapter 12: At the Risk of `Feeling Brown' in Gay YA: Machismo, Mariposas, and the Drag of Identity Jon M. Wargo Chapter 13: `Conceal, Don't Feel': Disability, Monstrosity and the Freak in Edward Scissorhands and Frozen Dylan Holdsworth.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138244672 20171017
This volume explores the relationship between representation, affect, and emotion in texts for children and young adults. It demonstrates how texts for young people function as tools for emotional socialization, enculturation, and political persuasion. The collection provides an introduction to this emerging field and engages with the representation of emotions, ranging from shame, grief, and anguish to compassion and happiness, as psychological and embodied states and cultural constructs with ideological significance. It also explores the role of narrative empathy in relation to emotional socialization and to the ethics of representation in relation to politics, social justice, and identity categories including gender, ethnicity, disability, and sexuality. Addressing a range of genres, including advice literature, novels, picturebooks, and film, this collection examines contemporary, historical, and canonical children's and young adult literature to highlight the variety of approaches to emotion and affect in these texts and to consider the ways in which these approaches offer new perspectives on these texts. The individual chapters apply a variety of theoretical approaches and perspectives, including cognitive poetics, narratology, and poststructuralism, to the analysis of affect and emotion in children's and young adult literature.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138244672 20171017
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366 pages ; 22 cm
""Ridiculously good" (The New York Times) author Thomas Pierce's debut novel is a funny, poignant love story that answers the question: What happens after we die? (Lots of stuff, it turns out). Jim Byrd died. Technically. For a few minutes. The diagnosis: heart attack at age thirty. Revived with no memory of any tunnels, lights, or angels, Jim wonders what--if anything--awaits us on the other side. Then a ghost shows up. Maybe. Jim and his new wife, Annie, find themselves tangling with holograms, psychics, messages from the beyond, and a machine that connects the living and the dead. As Jim and Annie journey through history and fumble through faith, they confront the specter of loss that looms for anyone who dares to fall in love. Funny, fiercely original, and gracefully moving, The Afterliveswill haunt you. In a good way"-- Provided by publisher.
"A spiritual love story that asks the question: what happens after we die? Set in a parallel USA"-- Provided by publisher.
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x, 238 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Reinterpreting Varda: the mother of the new wave reframes its histories
  • Complicating neorealism and the new wave: La Pointe Courte
  • Filmic and feminist strategies: questioning ideals of happiness in Le Bonheur
  • Reconsidering contradictions: feminist politics and the musical genre in L'une chante, L'autre pas
  • The limits of documentary: identity and urban transformation in Daguerréotypes
  • Melancholy and merchandise: documenting and displaying widowhood in L'île et elle
  • Varda now: autobiography, memory, and retrospective.
Agnes Varda is a prolific film director, photographer, and artist whose cinematic career spans more than six decades. Today she is best known as the innovative "mother" of the French New Wave film movement of the 1950s and 60s and for her multimedia art exhibitions. Varying her use of different media, she is a figure who defies easy categorization. In this extensively researched book, Rebecca J. DeRoo demonstrates how Varda draws upon the histories of art, photography, and film to complicate the overt narratives in her works and to advance contemporary cultural politics. Based on interviews with Varda and unparalleled access to Varda's archives, this interdisciplinary study constructs new frameworks for understanding one of the most versatile talents in twentieth and twenty-first century culture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520279414 20171227
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124 p. ; 22 cm
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121 p. ; 20 cm
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