Here youll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, kindle ebooks, audible audiobooks, and so much more. It could have easily been cut down to 350 or 400 at most, without the story suffering because of it. Morton april 10, 2020 i am going to do this in 3 posts, one per day. Paolo liverani, glenn most, cornelia parker, lucia travaini, william tronzo, and fernando. Visiting professor of social thought and of classics. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases. Glenn most, scuola normale superiore, classe di scienze umane discipline filologiche, linguistiche e storiche. My great friend, the late professor jim kriegh, was an accomplished meteorite hunter. Glenn ligon is having a big february the american conceptual artist has not one but two exhibitions, in luhring augustine s two new york locations.
Book arts, illustrated books, finelyillustrated childrens books. In this digital age, book collecting is still going strong. Since the mid1990s, ive written, cowritten, and edited many books, some across several editions. Contents ix acknowledgments 1 introduction william tronzo part one. The books homepage helps you explore earths biggest bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Apr, 2007 literary fragments for a new age its hard to see the appeal at the moment, but one plus of a digital era in books could be the chance to share favourite bits of text. Identifying and collecting first editions shop for books. He found many of the specimens in his fine collection himself, but he was also a type collector, and enjoyed nothing more than adding a rare subclass to his display cabinet.
Scap holds many examples of medieval manuscripts, including hundreds of leaves most are digitized here, a complete book of hours, and two complete bibles. If youre new to the world of book collecting, we have all of the resources and information you need to start collecting books right here in one convenient place. Numerous and frequentlyupdated resource results are available from this search. Most studied classics at harvard from 1968 on and received a b. Most is professor of greek philology, scuola normale superiore di pisa, and professor of social thought, university of chicago. Powells is an independent bookstore based in portland, oregon. Unlike most others in the series, alphabook 3 is a multiple of 300 copies. His most recent novel, poison pill, was released october 20. The survey continues with remarks on history, law, and epigraphy. Harrison thomson collections feature a wide range of medieval manuscripts, from fragments to handwritten letters. A functional view paolo liverani 00 the cortile delle statue.
Yet a fragment is not simply the static part of a oncewhole thing. Collecting fragments fragmente sammeln in searchworks. Most news newspapers books scholar jstor december 2010 learn how and when to remove this template message. The completion of hesiod for the series by glenn most henceforth m.
He spent over 20 years in advertising, creating campaigns for fortune 500 companies. This was a long book almost 600 pages and i dont think it needed to be that long at all. The fragments and testimonia of the early greek philosophers often labeled the. At the end of this post, youll see a video sample from one of his online video program. Reliable information about the coronavirus covid19 is available from the world health organization current situation, international travel. Ted gioia looks at the rise of the fragmented novel in modern mainstream literary fiction. Apr 16, 2008 learn how to identify first editions in this free book collecting video from a longtime bookstore buyer.
Collecting by genre or field of study the first ten penguins since the first goal of book collecting should be to collect books that you are interested in it shouldn t be much of a surprise that collections will often be built around a specific kind of fiction or nonfiction topic. Collecting isnt just hoardingrandomly accumulating lots of books is no bad thing, but collecting requires a slightly more strategic approach. List of books and articles about academic libraries online. Literary fragments for a new age books the guardian. Most s fascinating study doubting thomas asks us to reconsider thomas and his need to touch. He includes a reading list of 57 fragmented novels, with essays on each book in the list. Most is professor of greek philology at the scuola normale superiore di pisa, a regular visiting professor on the committee on social thought at the university of chicago, and an external scientific member of the max planck institute for the history of science in berlin. Fine american and english literature of the 18th20th centuries. The rise of the fragmented novel fractious fiction.
Thriftbooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. Glenn warren most born june 12, 1952 in miami is an american classicist and comparatist originating from the us, but also working in germany and italy most studied classics at harvard from 1968 on and received a b. Nothaft, a bibliography to 2015, in ann blair, anjasilvia goeing, and anthony graf. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read the paul j. We are always interested in examining books that you might want to sell. Powells books the worlds largest independent bookstore. Whether youre an experienced book collector, or new to collecting books, biblio is your source for not just uncommonly good books but also a wealth of information about collecting antiquarian and rare books, too.
Structure and function in pindars second pythian and seventh nemean odes hypomnemata 83 gottingen. Hence the favor shown to cicero and sallust, for example. Fragments is a worthy successor to partials, the initial volume of this dystopian science fiction adventure. Alphabook 10 2015 alphabook 10 2015 scott mccarney laser cut duplex papers hand bound with long stitch through slotted cover. In this faithless disciple from johns gospel most finds a much more complicated figureso complicated, he posits, that this episode is misread and almost every painting since the 0s has gotten thomas wrong. Biblio offers nearly 100 million used books and rare books for sale from professional antiquarian booksellers around the world. When i was a little boy growing up in england in the late 1960s, my greatest treat was traveling up to londons marvelous geological museum now part of the natural history museum, london to visit their mineral and meteorite collections. Collecting fragments fragmente sammeln in searchworks catalog.
The bookshop is actively in pursuit of fine, important and rare books for our stock. Glenn warren most born june 12, 1952 in miami is an american classicist and comparatist. However, in collecting terms, a very rough description of first edition would be when it is the first appearance of a work in question. Jan 01, 2009 in his too short preface as well as in his contribution a fragmentary addiction to glenn mosts volume collecting fragments gottingen 1997 h.
But the suspense is kept alive with individual deaths and challenges and the unexpected arrival of the blood man create a more complex climax than you would otherwise get. The classical tradition anthony grafton, glenn w most, salvatore. Thats why its good to start with the books you love and know well. Why people collect books posted on july 31, 2009 inbook collecting this is a reprint of a blog post by daniel krots that was printed in the carrol county news and. Glenn most has planned five conferences on various aspects of. How to identify first editions of books expertvillage. Decoding glenn ligons most iconic commentary on race art. Romance on three legs, the story of glenn goulds piano. The following are currently available for purchase. Structure and function in pindars second pythian and seventh.
Papers from a conference held at heidelberg university, june 1618, 1995. Glenn kaplan is the author of the big time, a nonfiction book based on interviews with over 300 top executives that examined the dynamics of success in the world of big business. Jotted in notebooks, typed on paper, or written on hotel letterhead, these texts reveal a woman who loved deeply and strove to perfect her craft. Collecting fragments, inducing images william tronzo 00 fragments of a revolution. This catalogue of 72 objects from the collection of the corning museum of glass provides an excellent starting point for studying the glass made in the sasanian empire or in the sasanian style, a key contribution to understanding this often neglected, but important era in glassmaking history. It suffers from some of the standard pitfalls of middle books in a series, sometimes feeling a little static and overly complicated. In this digital age, book collecting is still going strong wsj. Collections university libraries university of colorado. Glenn wrote the school curriculum, which can be purchased at a lower price at thriftbooks. Fragments is an unprecedented collection of written artifacts. In addition to we need to wake up cause thats what time it is, the alreadyacclaimed show of ligons work in the gallerys bushwick location, luhring augustines chelsea space will also host both what we said last time a. Glenn books holds membership in the international league of antiquarian booksellers and the antiquarian booksellers association of america.
Collecting fragments fragmente sammeln book, 1997 worldcat. Literary fragments for a new age its hard to see the appeal at the moment, but one plus of a digital era in books could be the chance to share favourite bits of text. Collecting fragments fragmente sammeln university of. Glenn warren most born june 12, 1952 in miami is an american classicist and comparatist originating from the us, but also working in germany and italy. Oclcs webjunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
He includes a reading list of 57 fragmented novels, with essays on. Glenn ickler is the author of a doomsday killing 4. Meteorite collecting how much are meteorites worth. Stephen glenn was a brilliant, charismatic person who was dedicated to developing capable young people by helping adults become more capable in their skills for working with children.1155 907 1145 1171 1625 56 114 585 226 430 521 1463 346 602 914 174 154 1569 722 1059 857 1106 1331 520 7 545 1294 86 553 131 18 1328 719 1084 340 65 874 300 1146 276 1225 755 992 1153