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Crime and Punishment (ReadOn Classics Editions)

by Fyodor Dostoyevsky & Constance Garnett

The two years before he wrote Crime and Punishment (1866) had been bad ones for Dostoyevsky. His wife and brother had died; the magazine he and his brother had started, Epoch, collapsed under its load of debt;...


Emily Brontë: Wuthering Heights [contains links to free audiobook]

by Emily Brontë

This ebook contains links to a free audiobook that can be downloaded to your device! Wuthering Heights is Emily Brontë's only novel. It was first published in 1847 under the pseudonym Ellis Bell, and a posthumous...


H. P. Lovecraft: The Complete Fiction [contains links to free audiobooks] (The Nameless City + The Call of Cthulhu + The Dunwich Horror + The Shadow Over ... High House in the Mist and many more!)

by H. P. Lovecraft

Here is the complete collection of fiction by H. P. Lovecraft. This ebook also contains links to FREE AUDIOBOOKS that can be downloaded to your device! The Stories included are: The Nameless City The Festival...


Oscar Wilde: The Complete Collection [contains links to free audiobooks] (The Picture Of Dorian Gray + Lady Windermere's Fan + The Importance of Being ... + Lord Arthur Savile's Crime and many more!)

by Oscar Wilde

This ebook contains all of Oscar Wilde's plays (including the fragments), his only novel, his fairy tales and short stories, the poems, all of his essays, lectures, reviews, and other newspaper articles, based...


William Shakespeare: The Complete Collection [contains links to free audiobooks] (Hamlet + The Merchant of Venice + A Midsummer Night's Dream + Romeo and ... Lear + Macbeth + Othello and many more!)

by William Shakespeare

This collection gathers together the works by William Shakespeare in a single, convenient, high quality, and extremely low priced Kindle volume! Besides, it contains links to FREE AUDIOBOOKS that can be downloaded...


At the Lightning Field

by Laura Raicovich

An exploration of coincidences of history, light, space, duration, chaos theory, mathematics, memory, and Walter De Maria's Lightning Field.


The Political Aesthetics of the Armenian Avant-Garde

by Angela Harutyunyan

This book addresses late-Soviet and post-Soviet art in Armenia in the context of turbulent transformations from the late 1980s to 2004. It explores the emergence of 'contemporary art' in Armenia from within...


Wonder in Contemporary Artistic Practice

by Christian Mieves & Irene Brown

Wonder has an established link to the history and philosophy of science. However, there is little acknowledgement of the relationship between the visual arts and wonder. This book presents a new perspective...


Landscapes: John Berger on Art

by John Berger

A major new work from the world’s leading writer on art

Landscapes, the companion volume to John Berger’s highly acclaimed Portraits, explores what art tells us about ourselves.

“Berger’s work is an invitation...


Portraits

by John Berger & Tom Overton

A major new book from one of the world’s leading writers and art critics

John Berger, one of the world’s most celebrated art writers, takes us through centuries of drawing and painting, revealing his lifelong...


The New Philistines

by Sohrab Ahmari

Contemporary art is obsessed with the politics of identity. Visit any contemporary gallery, museum or theatre, and chances are the art on offer will be principally concerned with race, gender, sexuality, power...


Inclinations

by Adriana Cavarero, Adam Sitze & Amanda Minervini

In this new and accessible book, Italy's best known feminist philosopher examines the moral and political significance of vertical posture in order to rethink subjectivity in terms of inclination. Contesting...


How to See: Looking, Talking, and Thinking about Art

by David Salle

A master class in contemporary art by one of the preeminent painters of our time.

How does art work? How does it move us, inform us, challenge us? Internationally renowned painter David Salle’s incisive essay...


Art, Creativity, and Psychoanalysis: Perspectives from Analyst-Artists

by George Hagman

Art, Creativity, and Psychoanalysis: Perspectives from Analyst-Artists collects personal reflections by therapists who are also professional artists. It explores the relationship between art and analysis through...


W.J.T. Mitchell's Image Theory: Living Pictures

by Krešimir Purgar

W.J.T. Mitchell - one of the founders of visual studies - has been at the forefront of many disciplines such as iconology, art history and media studies. His concept of the pictorial turn is known worldwide...


Colloquium: Sound Art and Music

by Thomas Gardner

Declares the relationship between sound art and music “colloquial”: spoken and accessible, rather than locked behind disciplinary boundaries.


A Massive Swelling: Celebrity Re-Examined As a Grotesque, Crippling Disease and Other Cultural Revelations

by Cintra Wilson

Whether you lust after it, loathe it, or feign apathy toward it, fame is in your face. Cintra Wilson gets to the heart of our humiliating fascination with celebrity and all its preposterous trappings in these...


Psychology, Art, and Antifascism: Ernst Kris, E. H. Gombrich, and the Politics of Caricature

by Louis Rose

A vivid portrait of two remarkable twentieth-century thinkers and their landmark collaboration on the use and abuse of caricature and propaganda in the modern world

In 1934, Viennese art historian and psychoanalyst...


Irish Drama in Poland

by Barry Keane

With a forword by Michael Cronin. Irish Drama in Poland is the first book to broadly assess Irish drama’s impact on both Poland’s theatrical world and its cultural and literary heritage in the twentieth...


Thoughts on an Index Not Freely Given

by John Roberts

In this unprecedented ‘fictive’ construction of the work of five imaginary artists from the 1980s, John Roberts produces an exhilarating theoretical encounter between futures past and futures present.