2 edition of The expendable reader (2011-) found in the catalog.
The expendable reader (2011-)
by GSAPP Books, an imprint of the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, Columbia University in New York, NY
Written in English
|Other titles||Articles on art, architecture, design, and media (1951-1979)|
|Statement||by John McHale ; ed., Alex Kitnick|
|Series||GSAPP sourcebooks -- 1|
|LC Classifications||N72.S6 M39 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011045041|
The Expendable Reader is an adventurous and welcome first step toward McHale’s rediscovery, but this simply produced publication only focuses on his writing and doesn’t show his art or design. In , the Albright-Knox Art Gallery mounted an exhibition, The Expendable Ikon: Works by John McHale, . Expendable is an absolute brilliant novel; that it is the debut novel for James Alan Gardner makes it even more spectacular. Many science-fiction novels, television series, and films present the future as something which should be desired by the people of our present time.
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This book is thrilling and chilling. says reader. Nick Grocchi, /5. The critic HRF Keating chose The Expendable Man as one of his Crime & Mystery: The Best Books. ‘A late addition to the thirteen crime stories Dorothy B Hughes wrote with great success in one prolific spell between and ,’ it was, in his view, her best book.4/5.
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Yet to call it that is to belittle it. Its trick is no clever, superimposed bit of literary legerdemain: it is integral to the whole conception of the book A fine achievement.” —H. Keating, Crime and Mystery: The Best BooksReviews: Hundreds of years in the future, humans have conquered faster than light (FTL) space travel and matter transmission over vast distances.
These discoveries open up alien worlds for colonization. They Were Expendable is a American war film directed by John Ford, starring Robert Montgomery and John Wayne, and featuring Donna film is based on the book by William Lindsay White, relating the story of the exploits of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron Three, a PT boat unit defending the Philippines against Japanese invasion during the Battle of the Philippines (–42) in.
The Expendables is an American ensemble action thriller franchise spanning a film series, written by and starring Sylvester Stallone and originally created by David Callaham, and additional film series itself was created to pay homage to the blockbuster action films of the s and '90s and also pays tribute to the action stars of those decades, as well as more recent stars in action.
What a great first novel by Peter Pollak. 'The Expendable Man' is a worthy page turner. The book has it all: international and national ramifications, escape, chase, murder, suspense, medical experiments, and a unique plot.
This book has it all and is an easy read. I want to read the next Pollak book. M.B. Paxton California/5(23). The Expendable is the gripping, true story of one sailor’s struggle to survive this opening battle of WWII in the Pacific.
Reviews “This well- researched history vividly portrays a terrible defeat for the United States as WWII opens in the Pacific. Floyd’s depiction of an. The Expendable Reader highlights McHale's theorization of technology and communication and their impact on traditional ideas of culture.
Assembled from a broad range of sources, this book enables a sharper grasp on McHale's thinking and on our own cultural situation. In Expendable, the first volume of the League of Peoples, Festina Ramos is assigned to escort an unstable admiral to planet Melaquin.
Little is known about Melaquin, for every explorer who's landed there has disappeared. It's come to be known as the "planet of no return," and the High Council has made a habit of sending troublesome admirals there in an attempt to get rid of them.
It's. Michael D. Clark notes that Adolf Hitler considered gay men expendable by means of Nazi concentration camps and Nazi medical experiments.  Manosphere critics of feminism have argued that poor and working-class men "are cannon fodder abroad and expendable labor at home, trapped beneath a glass floor in jobs nobody really wants—farm workers.
This book is a reminder to all of us to reach out to those people in trouble whose paths cross ours. Expendable is an important novel from an author who is uniquely equipped to write engrossing and essentially hopeful novels about troubling subjects that are, sadly, a part of life.
A must s: 7. The Expendable Reader, by John McHale, edited by Alex Kitnick, published by Columbia University Press, [A black and white book cover with the text "The Expendable Reader John McHale" overlaid on a recycling logo.] Announcement. A pivotal figure in British postwar culture, McHale was an “artist/graphic designer/information theorist.
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Just a heads, I will be playing Barney Ross in character so he is going to be a practically. Expendable is a science fiction novel by the Canadian author James Alan Gardner, published in by HarperCollins Publishers under its various imprints. It is the first book in a series involving the "League of Peoples", an assemblage of advanced species in the Milky Way galaxy.
There is a "sub-series" involving just the character Festima Ramos, and sometimes the female Oar. It seems there are times where the American solider becomes expendable. Of course, we are referring to the raging debate over the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy inside the military. Everything is centered on a December 1 report which the military will release analyzing the impact of the repeal on the Armed Forces.In books like In a Lonely Place and Ride the Pink Horse she exposed a seething discontent underneath the veneer of twentieth-century prosperity.
With The Expendable Man, first published inHughes upends the conventions of the wrong-man narrative to deliver a story that engages readers even as it implicates them in the greatest of all.
In a pandemic where eight out of 10 deaths have been among people 65 and older, elder lives are expendable, some suggest. It made me wonder what .