Pel

Author by : Frank Foster
Languange : en
Publisher by : CreateSpace
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Description : Pelé! Pelé! Pelé! It was a familiar chant, a chant which had been screamed from the terraces for nearly thirty years. It was October 1977 and the final game of Pelé's hugely successful career had just finished. As Pelé looked around the stadium, tears were streaming down his face, his emotions running wild. But what an amazing journey it had been. It was all a far cry from the scene that Pelé was born into, some thirty-seven years earlier. This book looks into that incredible career, and also Pelé's post-playing career.


A Dictionary Of Dental Science Biography Bibliography And Medical Terminology

Author by : Chapin A. HARRIS
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A Dictionary Of Greek And Roman Biography And Mythology

Author by : William Smith
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Universal Biography

Author by : John Lemprière
Languange : en
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Universal Pronouncing Dictionary Of Biography And Mythology

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The Life And Literary Remains Of Charles Reece Pemberton With Remarks On His Character And Genius

Author by : Charles Reece Pemberton
Languange : en
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The Standard American Encyclopedia Of Arts Sciences History Biography Geography Statistics And General Knowledge

Author by : John Clark Ridpath
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The Yogin And The Madman

Author by : Andrew Quintman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Columbia University Press
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Description : Tibetan biographers began writing Jetsun Milarepa's (1052–1135) life story shortly after his death, initiating a literary tradition that turned the poet and saint into a model of virtuosic Buddhist practice throughout the Himalayan world. Andrew Quintman traces this history and its innovations in narrative and aesthetic representation across four centuries, culminating in a detailed analysis of the genre's most famous example, composed in 1488 by Tsangnyön Heruka, or the "Madman of Western Tibet." Quintman imagines these works as a kind of physical body supplanting the yogin's corporeal relics.


The Life And Literary Remains Of C R Pemberton With Remarks On His Character And Genius By W J Fox Edited By J Fowler

Author by : Charles Reece PEMBERTON
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Picasso A Biography

Author by : Patrick O'Brian
Languange : en
Publisher by : W. W. Norton & Company
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Description : "The best biography of Picasso."—Kenneth Clark Patrick O'Brian's outstanding biography of Picasso is here available in paperback for the first time. It is the most comprehensive yet written, and the only biography fully to appreciate the distinctly Mediterranean origins of Picasso's character and art. Everything about Picasso, except his physical stature, was on an enormous scale. No painter of the first rank has been so awe-inspiringly productive. No painter of any rank has made so much money. A few painters have rivaled his life span of ninety years, but none has attracted so avid, so insatiable, a public interest. Patrick O'Brian knew Picasso sufficiently well to have a strong sense of his personality. The man that emerges from this scholarly, passionate, and brilliantly written biography is one of many contradictions: hard and tender, mean and generous, affectionate and cold, private despite the relish of his fame. In his later years he professed communism, yet in O'Brian's view retained to the end of his life a residual Catholic outlook. Not that such matters were allowed to interfere with his vigorous sensuality. Sex and money, eating and drinking, friends and quarrels, comedies and tragedies, suicides and wars tumble one another in the vast chaos of his experience. he was "a man almost as lonely as the sun, but one who glowed with much the same fierce, burning life." It is with that impression of its subject that this book leaves its readers.