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American Shaolin : flying kicks, buddhist monks, and the legend of iron crotch : an odyssey in the new China
The author reflects on the childhood dream that led him, as an adult, to take a break from Princeton and travel to China’s famed Shaolin Temple to study martial arts for two years.
Photography : an illustrated history
This work looks at photography as it evolved from daguerreotypes in the 1800’s to the respected art form that it is today. Numerous compelling black-and-white and color photographs document technological developments, the contributions of pioneers in the field, as well as the impact photography has had upon all aspects of society.
Sandler, Martin W.
J 770.9 SANDLER
Girls like us : Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon-- and the journey of a generation
In three interwoven biographies, Weller chronicles the life and times of three tradition-breaking women singer-songwriters who came of age in the late 1960s.