Giovanni Iudice

Author: Francesco Gallo



Category: Art

Page: 87

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Giovanni Iudice's paintings and drawings of physicality-of crowds of migrants, crowds dispersed across beaches, of individual nudes and lovers-are full of air and light, immediate and yet fondly remote. Using photography as a starting point, he transforms fleeting moments into classic depictions of the present.

The Fight for Rome

Author: James Duffy

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield


Category: Fiction

Page: 408

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Continuing the adventures of Quintus Honorius Romanus (a.k.a. Taurus)—legendary gladiator of ancient Rome—this second book in the series picks up in AD 68, when the emperor is dead, and the throne is up for grabs. Three contenders square off to take control of the government, and as civil unrest begins to build, Quintus and his friends, the beast hunter Lindani and the gladiatrix Amazonia, are forced to fight with the legionnaires of Rome in what will soon become bloody civil war. Meanwhile, in a remote corner of the empire, Quintus' former slave, Lucius Calidius, plots another rise to power—and not even Quintus will stand in his way.






Page: 904

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In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.

The Fundamental Problems of Western Metaphysics

Author: Xavier Zubiri

Publisher: University Press of America


Category: History

Page: 238

View: 673

This book introduces profound reflections of Xavier Zubiri (1898-1983) on the history of philosophy to English-speaking audiences. The book discusses the transcendental in Western philosophy and how a firm grasp of it reveals underlying unity, but also fundamental problems that Zubiri believed require a complete rethinking of certain theories.