Collects Marvel Feature (1971) #4-10, Power Man #24-25, Black Goliath #1-5, Champions (1975) #11-13, Marvel Premiere #47-48 and material From Iron Man (1968) #44. Because you demanded it! Marvel Masterworks is proud to bring you the continuing adventures of Ant-Man and not just one Ant-Man, either! Hank Pyms MARVEL FEATURE series with the Wasp leads the way. Then comes Pyms former assistant, Bill Foster, who becomes an all-new Giant-Man under the codename Black Goliath! Bills adventures continue into CHAMPIONS, in a story featuring the power of the Infinity Gems. Next comes the debut of Scott Lang, the man who stole the mantle of Ant-Man literally! With work by Marvel icons including John Byrne, P. Craig Russell, Roy Thomas, Ross Andru, Herb Trimpe and more, this Masterworks is as big on talent as it is on adventure!
“I have used this textbook for four courses on children’s literature with enrollments of over ninety students. It is without doubt the most well organized selection of literary fairy tales and critical commentaries currently available. Students love it.” —Lita Barrie, California State University, Los Angeles This Norton Critical Edition includes: · Seven different tale types: “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Snow White,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Cinderella,” “Bluebeard,” and “Tricksters.” These groupings include multicultural versions, literary rescriptings, and introductions and annotations by Maria Tatar. · Tales by Hans Christian Andersen and Oscar Wilde. · More than fifteen critical essays exploring the various aspects of fairy tales. New to the Second Edition are interpretations by Ernst Bloch, Walter Benjamin, Max Lüthi, Lewis Hyde, Jessica Tiffin, and Hans-Jörg Uther. · A revised and updated Selected Bibliography.
These volumes bring to a close the only comprehensive edition of the surviving correspondence of William Morris (1834-1896), a protean figure who exerted a major influence as poet, craftsman, master printer, and designer. Volumes III and IV, taken together, give in detail the comments and observations that articulate his problematic political and artistic stands and equally problematic position within the aesthetic movement as it developed in the 1890s. Most eloquently voiced also are the complexities of his troubled marriage and his devotion to his epileptic daughter, Jenny, and his other daughter, May. But dominating all these themes, organizing and structuring them, are the Kelmscott Press and the building of Morris's important library of medieval manuscripts and early printed books. The letters record the way in which the Press becomes not only the center of Morris's aesthetic ambitions and achievements but also the site for his closest human relations and for much of his connecting with the makers of early modernism. The letters in Volumes III and IV are thoroughly annotated, and through texts and notes provide a new assessment of Morris's career. Included also, as appendices to Volume IV, are two important documents: the first, never before published, is F. S. Ellis's Valuation List of Morris's library, made after Morris's death, and the second, never before reprinted, is the text of what was to be Morris's final essay on socialism, published in April 1896. Originally published in 1995. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
(Vocal Collection). 42 songs. Highlights: All I Care About (Chicago) * The Baby Song (I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change) * The Bulls (Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris) * The Devil You Know (Side Show) * Gaston (Beauty and the Beast) * Gigi (Gigi) * The Greatest Star of All (Sunset Boulevard) * Happily Every After (Company) * I Confess (Footloose) * I Hate Musicals (Ruthless) * If I Can't Love Her (Beauty and the Beast) * If I Sing (Closer Than Ever) * Isn't It? (Saturday Night) * It's Hard to Speak My Heart (Parade) * Justice Will Be Done (Martin Guerre) * The Kid Inside (Is There Life After High School?) * Laughing Matters (When Pigs Fly) * Les Poissons (The Little Mermaid, film) * Lucky to Be Me (On the Town) * Me (Beauty and the Beast) * A Rhyme for Angela (The Firebrand of Florence) * Smile (Smile) * There She Is (Titanic) * Where Was I When They Passed Out the Luck (Minnie's Boys) * You Should Be Loved (Side Show)
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With brilliant illustrations by a master of comic art, the lyrical prose of this fairy tale by Oscar Wilde is brought to life. A hideous dwarf is captured in the woods and brought in to the court of the beautiful royal infanta for her amusement. He is full of good humor and tricks and becomes quite popular but remains quite unaware of his looks. She has him perform in front of her friends for her birthday. He is very touched and quite proud to receive such attention, until he sees himself in the mirror and realizes their entertainment may be at his expense. Perfect for middle school students as an introduction to the world-famous author, the dazzling illustrations in this book suit the timeless writings of Wilde.