“Each of Adams’s 40 photographs presented here is accompanied by an engaging narrative that explores the technical and aesthetic problems presented by the subject and includes reminiscences of the places and people involved.”
An instructive guidebook on photography and equipment, by someone who knew what he was talking about, and had the portfolio to prove it.
The fifth novel in Adams’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy trilogy. …That is correct.
“This bittersweet collection comprises letters, fragments of ideas for books, films and TV, ruminations on a diverse array of subjects and a good bit of a final unfinished novel.”
A collection of Andersen’s classic fairy tales (“The Little Mermaid,” “The Ugly Duckling,” etc.), which were originally published between 1835 and 1872.
“Over the last few centuries, new democratic movements have led to the emancipation of women, slaves, and the oppressed. But what drove these modern changes, Appiah argues, was not imposing legislation from above, but harnessing the ancient power of honor from within.”
An explication and defense of literary arts, especially tragedies; “the earliest surviving work of dramatic theory and the first extant philosophical treatise to focus on literary theory.”
A sci-fi novel, first in the Foundation series, told as a sequence of vignettes of the progress of a genius scientist’s Plan to curtail the dark ages following the fall of an immense Galactic Empire.
“Although small and seemingly helpless, the Foundation had managed to survive against the greed of its neighboring warlords. But could it stand against the mighty power of the Empire, who had created a mutant man with the strength of a dozen battlefleets…?”
“So far the Foundation was safe. But there was a hidden Second Foundation to protect the first. The Mule has yet to find it, but he was getting closer all the time. The men of the Foundation sought it, too, to escape from Mule’s mind control. Only Arkady, a 14 year-old girl, seemed to have the answer, or did she…?”