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Lolita: A Screenplay

by Vladimir Nabokov

The screenplay for Kubrik's 1962 film tells the story of an older man's obsession with a young girl.


Where Have All the Good Times Gone?

by Louis Barfe

Louis Barfe's elegantly written, authoritative and highly entertaining history charts the meteoric rise and slow decline of the popular recording industry.

Barfe shows how the 1920s and 1930s saw the departure...


The Rising Damp Quiz & Trivia Book: 300 Questions on the Great British Sitcom

by Mark McCaighey

During the 1970s millions of viewers tuned in every week to watch the iconic British sitcom, Rising Damp? Even today, the show that brought us some of the most unforgettable characters in TV history is remembered...


Anywhere or Not at All: Philosophy of Contemporary Art

by Peter Osborne

Contemporary art is the object of inflated and widely divergent claims. But what kind of discourse can open it up effectively to critical analysis? Anywhere or Not at All is a major philosophical intervention...


A Still Untitled (Not Quite) Autobiography

by Ron Moody

Actor Ron Moody has enthralled generations with his masterly performance as Fagin in both the stage and film versions of Oliver! – one of the great classics of British theatre and cinema. Now, in this highly...


The Neoliberal Undead: Essays on Contemporary Art and Politics

by Marc Léger

Charting new directions for cultural theory and practice and offering alternatives to the project of neoliberal class restoration.


Has Hollywood Lost Its Mind?: A Parent's Guide to Movie Ratings

by Chris Hicks

30-year movie reviewer Chris Hicks explores the history of the movie rating system, the inconsistency in the ratings, and shares advice on how to make better choices in your family's movie entertainment.


Designing for Screen: Production and Art Direction Explained

by Georgina Shorter

Design is at the essence of storytelling, but how does a production find its style and identity? This book explains how to approach design, whether for film, television, video promo or commercial making, and...


Star Trek: The Next Generation 365

by Paula M. Block & Terry J. Erdmann

With the launch of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Gene Roddenberry somehow managed to recapture lightning in a bottle. This new incarnation of Star Trek was an instant hit, and its popularity inspired four...


The Painted Home by Dena

by Dena Fishbein & John Ellis

Dena Fishbein believes that putting a paintbrush in someone's hands opens up the imagination to a new world of color and design opportunities. The woman behind internationally acclaimed merchandise company Dena...


I Want to Be Her!: How Friends & Strangers Helped Shape My Style

by Andrea Linett & Anne Johnston Albert

I Want to Be Her! is part memoir and part illustrated fashion guide, written by one of fashion's most accessible, trusted, and inspiring writers. Andrea Linett, the cofounder of Lucky magazine, shares her personal...


Bonnaroo: What, Which, This, That, The Other

by Bonnaroo & Carol Mann Agency

Set on 700 acres of rolling farm hills in Manchester, Tennessee, Bonnaroo is a four-day music and camping festival that draws in over 80,000 fans every summer. Featuring over 120 musical performances, along...


Lillian Bassman: Lingerie

by Lillian Bassman & Eric Himmel

Through the 1950s and the early 1960s, working with that era’s supermodels, fashion photographer Lillian Bassman created the quintessential modern feminine image of women in their lingerie. As Ginia Bellafante...


Cupcakes and Cashmere: A Guide for Defining Your Style, Reinventing Your Space, and Entertaining with Ease

by Emily Schuman

Based on Emily Schuman's popular lifestyle blog of the same name, Cupcakes and Cashmere is the must-have guide for those looking to establish their own sense of style, organize and decorate their home, or throw...


Abstract City

by Christoph Niemann

In July 2008, illustrator and designer Christoph Niemann began Abstract City, a visual blog for the New York Times. His posts were inspired by the desire to re-create simple and everyday observations and stories...


Shakespeare on Theatre

by William Shakespeare & Nick de Somogyi

(Book). Shakespeare was a man of the theatre to his core, so it is no surprise that he repeatedly contemplated the nuts and bolts of his craft in his plays and poems. Shakespeare scholar Nick de Somogyi here...


Chekhov on Theatre

by Anton Chekhov, Stephen Mulrine & Jutta Hercher

(Book). Chekhov started writing about theatre in newspaper articles and in his own letters even before he began writing plays. Later, he wrote in detail about his own plays to his lifelong friend and mentor...


The Patient Ecstasy of Fraulein Braun

by Lavonne Mueller

(Book). Eva understands Hitler is married to Germany and must herself stand back unacknowledged as he enclasps the world in a passionate, python-like thrall. Until the last days in the final chapter of the Third...


Pantaloons and Power: A Nineteenth-Century Dress Reform in the United States

by Gayle V. Fischer

By the early nineteenth century clear definitions had developed regarding how American women and men were supposed to appear in public and how they were meant to lead their lives. As men's style of dress moved...


Essay on the Origin of Languages and Writings Related to Music

by Jean Jacques Rousseau & John T. Scott

Rousseau's major works, available for the first time in a uniform English edition, continue with a work that situates Rousseau's linguistic and musical theory within his larger philosophical system.