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Feeding Hannibal by Janice Poon

Title Feeding Hannibal
Author Janice Poon
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016-10-07
Category
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1783297662
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Becoming by Kavita Mudan Finn

Title Becoming
Author Kavita Mudan Finn
Publisher Syracuse University Press
Release Date 2019-07-30
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9780815654643
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The NBC series Hannibal has garnered both critical and fan acclaim for its cinematic qualities, its complex characters, and its innovative reworking of Thomas Harris’s mythology so well-known from Jonathan Demme’s Silence of the Lambs (1991) and its variants. The series concluded late in 2015 after three seasons, despite widespread fan support for its continuation. While there is a healthy body of scholarship on Harris’s novels and Demme’s film adaptation, little critical attention has been paid to this newest iteration of the character and narrative. Hannibal builds on the serial killer narratives of popular procedurals, while taking them in a drastically different direction. Like critically acclaimed series such as Breaking Bad and The Sopranos, it makes its viewers complicit in the actions of a deeply problematic individual and, in the case of Hannibal, forces them to confront that complicity through the character of Will Graham. The essays in Becoming explore these questions of authorship and audience response as well as the show’s themes of horror, gore, cannibalism, queerness, and transformation. Contributors also address Hannibal’s distinctive visual, auditory, and narrative style. Concluding with a compelling interview with series writer Nick Antosca, this volume will both entertain and educate scholars and fans of Hannibal and its many iterations.

Title The Art and Making of Hannibal The Television Series
Author Jesse McLean
Publisher Titan Books
Release Date 2015-02-03
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1783295759
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Art & Making of Hannibal: The Television Series is a detailed look at the making of this highly original, critically lauded, and visually stunning series. Released ahead of the start of the 3rd season, this book will bring Fannibals into the world of secrets, lies, and intrigue of their beloved show. With stars including Mads Mikkelsen, Hugh Dancy, Laurence Fishburne, Caroline Dhavernas and guest spots by Gillian Anderson, Eddie Izzard and Michael Pitt, Hannibal is one of the most elegant, engrossing and deliciously haunting shows on television today. The Art & Making of Hannibal: The Television Series celebrates all aspects of this unique show. A highly stylized illustrated book featuring extracts of the shooting scripts of the first and second seasons, exclusive cast and crew interviews, behind-the-scenes photography, production notes, storyboards, alongside Hannibal's sketches and music notations. Hannibal Lecter was a brilliant psychiatrist in the employ of the FBI. His task: to help an unusually gifted criminal profiler, Will Graham, who is haunted by his ability to see into the minds of serial killers.

Title Hannibal Lecter and Philosophy
Author Joseph Westfall
Publisher Open Court
Release Date 2015-12-15
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780812699135
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sixteen philosophers come at Hannibal the way he comes at his victims—from unexpected angles and with plenty of surprises thrown in. Hannibal is a revolting monster, and yet a monster with whom we identify because of his intelligence, artistry, and personal magnetism. The chapters in this book pose many questions—and offer intriguing answers—about the enigma of Hannibal Lecter. What does the the relationship between Hannibal and those who know him—particularly FBI investigator Will Graham—tell us about the nature of friendship and Hannibal’s capacity for friendship? Does Hannibal confer benefits on society by eliminating people who don’t live up to his high aesthetic standards? Can upsetting experiences in early childhood turn you into a serial killer? Why are we enthralled by someone who exercises god-like control over situations and people? Does it make any difference morally that a killer eats his victims? Can a murder be a work of art? Several chapters look at the mind of this accomplished killer, psychiatrist, and gourmet cook. Is he a sociopath or a psychopath, or are these the same: Is he lacking in empathy: Apparently not, since he has a quick understanding of what other people think and feel. Maybe what he lacks is a conscience.

Hannibal by Thomas Harris

Title Hannibal
Author Thomas Harris
Publisher CUP Archive
Release Date 2000
Category Fiction
Total Pages 546
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Seven years after his escape from the authorities, Hannibal Lecter, a serial killer, is tracked down by one of his former victims using FBI agent Clarice Starling as bait.

Title Claire and the Water Wish
Author Janice Poon
Publisher Kids Can Press Ltd
Release Date 2009
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 118
ISBN 9781554533817
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Claire and her friend Jet grow apart when Jet wins a digital camera and befriends the cool kids, but they reunite when Claire's friend Sky discovers someone is dumping toxins into Lovesick Lake.

Title The Routledge Companion to Media and Tourism
Author Maria Månsson
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2020-07-07
Category Social Science
Total Pages 452
ISBN 9780429772832
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Routledge Companion to Media and Tourism provides a comprehensive overview of the research into the convergence of media and tourism and specifically investigates the concept of mediatized tourism. This Companion offers a holistic look at the relationship between media and tourism by drawing from a global range of contributions by scholars from disciplines across the humanities and social sciences. The book is divided into five parts, covering diverse aspects of mediatization of tourism including place and space, representation, cultural production, and transmedia. It features a comprehensive theoretical introduction and an afterword by leading scholars in this emerging field, delving into the ways in which different forms of media content and consumption converge, and the consequential effects on tourism and tourists. The collection is an invaluable resource for students and scholars of tourism studies, cultural studies, and media and communication, as well as those with a particular interest in mediatization, convergence culture, and contemporary culture.

Title The Hannibal Lecter Collection
Author Thomas Harris
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2018-11-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781473568143
Language English, Spanish, and French
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INCLUDES ALL FOUR HANNIBAL LECTER EBOOKS Red Dragon - The thriller that launched Hannibal Lecter's legacy of evil. The Silence of the Lambs - FBI trainee Clarice Starling has an elusive serial killer to hunt. Only one man can help. Hannibal - It has been seven years since Dr Hannibal Lecter has been on the run. Seven years since his last meeting with Clarice Starling. Seven years to lay plans for the next one. Hannibal Rising - Hannibal Lecter wasn't born a monster. He was made one.

Title Claire and the Bakery Thief
Author Janice Poon
Publisher Kids Can Press Ltd
Release Date 2008-03-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 104
ISBN 9781554532865
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Aestheticism Evil Homosexuality and Hannibal
Author Geoff Klock
Publisher Lexington Books
Release Date 2017-10-11
Category Social Science
Total Pages 182
ISBN 9781498548496
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In late 19th century England, Oscar Wilde popularized aestheticism, also known as art-for-art’s-sake – the idea that art, that beauty, should not be a vehicle for morality or truth, but an end in-and-of-itself. Rothko and Jackson Pollock enthroned the idea, creating paintings that are barely graded panels of color or wild splashes. Today, pop culture is aestheticism’s true heir, from the perfect charismatic emptiness of Ocean’s Eleven to the hyper-choreographed essentially balletic movements in the best martial arts movies. But aestheticism has a dark core, one that Social Justice Activists are now gathering to combat, revealing the damaging ideology reflected in or concealed by our most beloved pop culture icons. Taking Bryan Fuller’s television version of Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter as its main text – and taking Žižek-style illustrative detours into Malcolm in the Middle, Dark Knight Rises, Harry Potter, Interview with a Vampire, Dexter and more – this book marshals Walter Pater, Camille Paglia, Nietzsche, the Marquis de Sade, Kant and Plato, as well as Dante, Shakespeare, Milton, Blake, Baudelaire, Beckett, Wallace Stevens and David Mamet to argue that Fuller’s show is a deceptively brilliant advance of aestheticism, both in form and content – one that investigates how deeply art-for-art’s-sake, and those of us who consciously or unconsciously worship at its teat, are necessarily entwined with evil.

The Earthbound Cook by Myra Goodman

Title The Earthbound Cook
Author Myra Goodman
Publisher Workman Publishing
Release Date 2012-02-01
Category Cooking
Total Pages 461
ISBN 9780761171102
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A cookbook with a conscience, from an author who knows the world of responsible eating as well as anyone. Is cage-free the same as free-range? Is grass-fed worth the price? What’s better: farmed salmon or wild? Organic salad that’s been shipped across the country, or local salad grown with pesticides? To nuke leftovers in the microwave or crank up the oven? Myra Goodman—co-owner of Earthbound Farm, the country’s largest producer of organic produce and other products, inspiration behind the Earthbound Farmstand Café, and author of Food to Live By—now brings both sides of the dinner dilemma together by showing us what to shop for, and how to cook it. The Earthbound Cook turns dilemma into joy—in full-color. It pairs 250 sumptuous recipes with all the information cooks need to make greener, smarter choices. Here is Pork Chile Verde, Beef Tenderloin with Brandy Mushroom Sauce, Chicken Puttanesca—plus how to make the most eco-friendly meat choices and how to decode the labels on poultry and eggs. Vegetarian entrees such as Roasted Cauliflower Tart and Rigatoni with Eggplant and Buffalo Mozzarella for that one day a week we should abstain from meat. Salads (Escarole with Walnuts, Dates, and Bacon, Farro Salad with Edamame and Arugula) and sides (Carrot Risotto) and all the facts about the benefits of eating organically. And fish of course—Coconut-Crusted Salmon, and why to choose wild whenever possible. No sacrifices here—doing the right thing has never looked, sounded, or tasted better. Or been easier.

Title Language education and the university fostering socially just practices in undergraduate contexts Volume 1 language culture and discourse
Author Daniel de Mello Ferraz
Publisher Pimenta Cultural
Release Date 2021
Category Education
Total Pages 437
ISBN 9786559390540
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Organizadores: Daniel de Mello Ferraz, Ana Paula Martinez Duboc ​ We don’t know what the future holds among so much polarization, hybrid wars, movements to disassemble public education, but the role of a teacher educator who is engaged and aware of its representation in the society cannot be denied and vanished. On the contrary, a teacher educator in the complexity of his/her role will inevitably be reference of resistance: creating discursive and theoretical opportunities, legitimizing knowledge other than those which comes top down. Certainly, this book will trigger other similar projects and contribute meaningfully to critical teacher education (Fabrício Ono). ​ ISBN: 978-65-5939-053-3 (brochura) 978-65-5939-054-0 (eBook) ​ DOI: 10.31560/pimentacultural/2020.540

Title A Digest of Railway Decisions
Author Stewart Rapalje
Publisher Northport, N.Y. : E. Thompson
Release Date 1895
Category Law reports, digests, etc
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOM:35112203939949
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Ridley Scott Encyclopedia
Author Laurence Raw
Publisher Scarecrow Press
Release Date 2009-09-28
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 336
ISBN 0810869527
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From his first feature film, The Duellists, to his international successes Alien, Blade Runner, Thelma and Louise, Black Hawk Down, Gladiator, and American Gangster, Ridley Scott has directed some of the most compelling films of the last 30 years. Apart from his work as a film director, Scott has engaged in a vast range of activities, including that as a designer, producer, film mogul, and advertising executive. The Ridley Scott Encyclopedia is the first book that focuses on all aspects of his work in a wide-ranging career that spans nearly 50 years. The entries in this encyclopedia focus on all aspects of his work and are divided into four categories. The first focuses on Ridley Scott's work as a director, encompassing his feature films from The Duellists to Body of Lies, as well as his work in television, including commercials. The second category focuses on the people who have been involved in Scott's projects, including actors, directors, producers, designers, writers and other creative personnel. The third focuses on general thematic issues raised in Scott's work, such as gender construction, political issues, and geographical locations. Finally the encyclopedia incorporates entries on films by other directors who have influenced Scott's approach to his work as a director or producer. Each entry is followed by a bibliography of published sources, both in print and online, making this the most comprehensive reference on Scott's body of work.

Hannibal by Theodore Ayrault Dodge

Title Hannibal
Author Theodore Ayrault Dodge
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1896
Category HISTORY
Total Pages 682
ISBN UOM:39015004828359
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This interesting work is an account of the great Carthaginian general, Hannibal, and his campaigns against the Romans.

On A Cold Road by Dave Bidini

Title On a Cold Road
Author Dave Bidini
Publisher McClelland & Stewart
Release Date 2011-11-02
Category Music
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781551996752
Language English, Spanish, and French
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David Bidini, rhythm guitarist with the Rheostatics, knows all too well what the life of a rock band in Canada involves: storied arenas one tour and bars wallpapered with photos of forgotten bands the next. Zit-speckled fans begging for a guitar pick and angry drunks chucking twenty-sixers and pint glasses. Opulent tour buses riding through apocalyptic snowstorms and cramped vans that reek of dope and beer. Brilliant performances and heart-sinking break-ups. Bidini has played all across the country many times, in venues as far flung and unalike as Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto and the Royal Albert Hotel in Winnipeg. In 1996, when the Rheostatics opened for the Tragically Hip on their Trouble at the Henhouse tour, Bidini kept a diary. In On a Cold Road he weaves his colourful tales about that tour with revealing and hilarious anecdotes from the pioneers of Canadian rock - including BTO, Goddo, the Stampeders, Max Webster, Crowbar, the Guess Who, Triumph, Trooper, Bruce Cockburn, Gale Garnett, and Tommy Chong - whom Bidini later interviewed in an effort to compare their experiences with his. The result is an original, vivid, and unforgettable picture of what it has meant, for the last forty years, to be a rock musician in Canada. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Japanese Home Cooking by Sonoko Sakai

Title Japanese Home Cooking
Author Sonoko Sakai
Publisher Shambhala Publications
Release Date 2019-11-19
Category Cooking
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780834842489
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The essential guide to Japanese home cooking—the ingredients, techniques, and over 100 recipes—for seasoned cooks and beginners who are craving authentic Japanese flavors. Using high-quality, seasonal ingredients in simple preparations, Sonoko Sakai offers recipes with a gentle voice and a passion for authentic Japanese cooking. Beginning with the pantry, the flavors of this cuisine are explored alongside fundamental recipes, such as dashi and pickles, and traditional techniques, like making noodles and properly cooking rice. Use these building blocks to cook an abundance of everyday recipes with dishes like Grilled Onigiri (rice balls) and Japanese Chicken Curry. From there, the book expands into an exploration of dishes organized by breakfast; vegetables and grains; meat; fish; noodles, dumplings, and savory pancakes; and sweets and beverages. With classic dishes like Kenchin-jiru (Hearty Vegetable Soup with Sobagaki Buckwheat Dumplings), Temaki Zushi (Sushi Hand Rolls), and Oden (Vegetable, Seafood, and Meat Hot Pot) to more inventive dishes like Mochi Waffles with Tatsuta (Fried Chicken) and Maple Yuzu Kosho, First Garden Soba Salad with Lemon-White Miso Vinaigrette, and Amazake (Fermented Rice Drink) Ice Pops with Pickled Cherry Blossoms this is a rich guide to Japanese home cooking. Featuring stunning photographs by Rick Poon, the book also includes stories of food purveyors in California and Japan. This is a generous and authoritative book that will appeal to home cooks of all levels.

Learning To Drive by Mary Hays

Title Learning to Drive
Author Mary Hays
Publisher Anchor
Release Date 2009-08-19
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 0307487377
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Raised a Christian Scientist, Charlotte McGuffey has always been taught to solve her problems by denying their existence. But now, suffering from crippling insomnia, living with a husband she no longer cares for, and bewildered by a three-year-old son who still won't talk, Charlotte is starting to wonder whether this strategy is working. When her husband is killed in a sudden accident she packs her two young boys in the family car and takes off for Beede, Vermont–the town where her husband grew up and died. Here in Vermont, away from the watchful eyes of her older sisters, Charlotte begins to search for answers, making new discoveries about her family's past, her late husband's death, and the possibility of new love. Filled with gentle wit and uncommon generosity, Learning to Drive is a funny, poignant lesson in self-discovery.

Red Dragon by Thomas Harris

Title Red Dragon
Author Thomas Harris
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2009-01-06
Category Fiction
Total Pages 464
ISBN 1440657793
Language English, Spanish, and French
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THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Feed your fears with this terrifying classic that introduced cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter. FBI agent Will Graham once risked his sanity to capture Hannibal Lecter, an ingenious killer like no other. Now, he’s following the bloodstained pattern of the Tooth Fairy, a madman who’s already wiped out two families. To find him, Graham has to understand him. To understand him, Graham has only one place left to go: the mind of Dr. Lecter.

Shakespeare S Face by Stephanie Nolen

Title Shakespeare s Face
Author Stephanie Nolen
Publisher Vintage Canada
Release Date 2011-04-13
Category Art
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780307366511
Language English, Spanish, and French
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On May 11, 2001, Globe and Mail reporter Stephanie Nolen announced a stunning discovery to the world: an attractive portrait held by an Ontario family for twelve generations, which may well be the only known portrait of Shakespeare painted during his lifetime. Shakespeare’s Face is the biography of a portrait — a literary mystery story — and the furious debate that has ensued since its discovery. A slip of paper affixed to the back proclaims “Shakespere. This likeness taken 1603, Age at that time 39 ys.” But is it really Shakespeare who peers at us from the small oil on wood painting? The twinkling eyes, reddish hair, and green jacket are not in keeping with the duller, traditional images of the bard. But they are more suggestive of the humorous and humane man who wrote the greatest plays in the English language. Shakespeare’s Face tells the riveting story of how the painting came to reside in the home of a retired engineer in a mid-sized Ontario town. The painting is reputed to be by John Sanders of Worcester, England. As a retirement project, the engineer, whose grandmother kept the family treasure under her bed, embarked on authenticating the portrait: the forensic analyses that followed have proven it without doubt to the period. In a remarkable publishing coup, Knopf Canada has gathered around Stephanie Nolen’s story a group of the world’s leading Shakespeare scholars and art and cultural historians to delve into one of the most fascinating literary mysteries of our times: “Is this the face of genius?” Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Shakespeare’s Face by Stephanie Nolen By the late afternoon I was beginning to go a little cross-eyed. I had examined countless documents and read the test results from the painting’s painstaking forensic analysis. I now had everything I needed to write my story — except for one crucial item. “Is he here?” I asked, almost in a whisper.... The owner laid the package carefully on the cluttered table. He gently pulled back the kraft paper wrapping, underneath which was a layer of bubble wrap. Then he peeled back this second layer to reveal his treasure. I was caught off-guard by how small the portrait was — and how vivid. The colours in the paint seemed too rich to be 400 years old. Except for the hairline cracks in the varnish, the face could have been painted yesterday. And there was nothing austere or haughty about it, nothing of the great man being painted for posterity. It was a rogue’s face, a charmer’s face that looked back at me with a tolerant, mischievous slightly world-weary air.... It was painted on two pieces of solid board so expertly joined that the seam was barely visible. A date, “Ano 1603”, was painted in small red letters in the top right hand corner. The right side had been nibbled by woodworms.... I stood and gazed, quelling an instinctive urge to pick the portrait up and hold it in my hands. And as my professional skepticism crumpled for a moment, I found myself wanting desperately to believe that this was indeed Shakespeare’s face.