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Building Jerusalem: Art, Industry and the British Millennium

by John Pick

First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Russian Antisemitism Pamyat/de

by Corey

First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


History of Jews in Antiquity

by Schafer

First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Jaune Quick-To-See Smith: An American Modernist

by Carolyn Kastner

The first full-length critical analysis of the paintings of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, this book focuses on Smith's role as a modernist in addition to her status as a wellknown Native American artist. With close...


Broadway Babylon: Glamour, Glitz, and Gossip on the Great White Way

by Boze Hadleigh

The first book of theater celebrity gossip, can you believe it? Here's the book that airs Broadway's dirty laundry! Inspired by the classic Hollywood Babylon (in print for more than forty years, more than 100,000...


Back to the Garden: The Story of Woodstock

by Pete Fornatale

On the fortieth anniversary of Woodstock, renowned New York City disc jockey Pete Fornatale brings the iconic rock concert to vivid life through original interviews with Roger Daltrey, Joan Baez, David Crosby,...


Ruthless: A Memoir

by Jerry Heller & Gil Reavill

"PAYBACK'S A BITCH, JERRY."

The words scrawled crudely across Jerry Heller's bedroom mirror that afternoon meant the rap wars had suddenly escalated. In the battle of his life over the ragingly successful music...


Inside Llewyn Davis: The Screenplay

by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen

(Book). Quintessential Coen brothers fare but different. Inside Llewyn Davis has a certain kinship with Les Miserables . In it almost all the principal actors Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake sing....


Green is the New Black: How to Save the World in Style

by Tamsin Blanchard

For girls who care about global warming, and next season's hot looks, Green is the New Black is a must-have accessory. Does our shopping addiction contribute to climate change? What's so special about organic...


Break Into Screenwriting: Teach Yourself

by Ray Frencham

This is a comprehensive, jargon-free guide for all budding screenwriters. Its aim is not just to guide you through the techniques and skills you need to write for the screen (film and television), but also to...


Get Started In Creative Writing: Teach Yourself

by Stephen May

Get Started in Creative Writing is an indispensible guide to unlocking your creativity, finding your voice and choosing a genre of writing that suits you best, whether fiction or non-fiction, short stories or...


Mel Gibson's Passion and Philosophy: The Cross, the Questions, the Controverssy

by Jorge J. E. Gracia & William Irwin

The Passion of the Christ, Mel Gibson's spectacular film about the death of Jesus, has quickly become one of the most widely-viewed movies of all time—and one of the most fiercely vilified. It is more loved...


Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music

by Greg Kot

A decade ago the vast majority of mainstream music was funneled through a handful of media conglomerates. Now, more people are listening to more music from a greater variety of sources than at any time in history....


Black Metal: Evolution of the Cult

by Dayal Patterson

Here is the most comprehensive history yet of this fascinating offshoot of extreme heavy metal.


On The Beat: My Story

by Graham Cole

Graham Cole has played PC Tony Stamp in hit television drama The Bill for nearly 25 years. Now he lifts the lid on his own life and reveals how he became one of Britain's best-loved TV cops. From growing up...


Elgar the Music Maker

by Diana McVeagh

"The new Diana McVeagh book on Elgar is first-rate," wrote Gerald Finzi of her earlier study of the composer, published in 1955. In the completely new 'Elgar the Music Maker' she harvests five decades of thoughts...


100 Great Plays for Women

by Lucy Kerbel & Kate Mosse

Lucy Kerbel's 100 Great Plays for Women is an inspiring guide to a hundred plays that put female performers centre stage, dispelling the myth that ‘there aren’t any good plays for women’. With a foreword...


Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Acting (But Were Afraid To Ask, Dear)

by West End Producer

West End Producer is the anonymous Twitter sensation whose hilarious and unfailingly accurate barbs satirising and celebrating the theatre industry have won him a devoted following.

His identity is the subject...


The Earth, the Temple, and the Gods: Greek Sacred Architecture

by Vincent Scully

When The Earth, the Temple, and the Gods first appeared in 1962, it was hailed by the critics for it erudition, historical imagination and boldness. Subsequently, this comprehensive study of Greek temples and...


Terrence Malick: Film and Philosophy

by Thomas Deane Tucker & Stuart Kendall

Discusses Malick's films as individual objects, as a corpus, within contemporary film studies, and within a wider cultural discussion.