By Heonik Kwon
By George E. Lankford
By Terry L Cooper
By Chester Sullivan
By Shawn MacKenzie
Here be Dragons... now not the slavering, whimsical monsters from adolescence fancies, yet genuine Dragons—fierce, advanced, wondrous, and wild. they don't require our trust; they by no means have.
With not easy technological know-how and fable, empirical knowledge, and unique line drawings, The Dragon Keeper's Handbook is the draconic enchiridion for the trendy global, offering every thing you want to find out about those remarkable beings. From disparate theories of Dragon evolution and the golden geometry in their shape to fashionable conservation efforts and the way to free up a well-weaned orphan again into the wild, this e-book solutions your entire questions, even these you did not comprehend to invite. From awe-inspiring Cosmic Creators to wee pisuhänds guarding fire and residential, observe the conduct and habitats of Dragons and pseudo-dragons either popular and infrequent.
The Dragon Keeper's Handbook indicates us how human and Dragon lives are sure jointly and why Dragons are actually and ever-will-be correct: of their wildness lie classes for us all.
By Soe Marlar Lwinn
By Zhongshu Qian,Christopher G. Rea,Christopher Rea
Zhongshu Qian used to be one among twentieth-century China's such a lot creative literary stylists, the writer of brief tales, essays, and a super comedic novel that has encouraged generations of chinese language readers. Writing among the early years of the second one Sino-Japanese battle (1937-1945) and the Communist takeover in 1949, Qian used to be a pioneering modernist and awesome satirist whose perception into the irony and travesties of contemporary China continues to be stunningly fresh.
This eagerly awaited translation joins Qian's choice of iconoclastic essays on existence, language, and literature, Written at the Margins of existence (1941), along with his masterful brief tale assortment, guy, Beast, Ghost (1946). Qian's essays elucidate sizeable concerns via deceptively uncomplicated subjects-the importance of home windows as opposed to doorways, for instance, or the blind spots of literary critics-and assert the primacy of severe and artistic independence. His funny tales blur the bounds among numerous incarnations of people, beasts, and ghosts who wade through lifestyles, dying, and resurrection. Christopher Rea situates those works inside China's wartime politics and Qian's literary imaginative and prescient, highlighting major alterations among assorted versions that supply remarkable perception into the author's artistic process.
By Tuktuk Kumar
By Parker Fillmore
By Nicole Bray,Robert DuShane