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The Art and Making of Song of the Deep

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Making Deep Games

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Like movies, television, and other preceding forms of media, video games are undergoing a dynamic shift in its content and perception. While the medium can still be considered in its infancy, the mark of true artistry and conceptual depth is detectable in the evolving styles, various genres and game themes. Doris C. Rusch’s, Making Deep Games, combines this insight along with the discussion of the expressive nature of games, various case studies, and hands-on design exercises. This book offers a perspective into how to make games that tackle the whole bandwidth of the human experience; games that teach us something about ourselves, enable thought-provoking, emotionally rich experiences and promote personal and social change. Grounded in cognitive linguistics, game studies and the reflective practice of game design, Making Deep Games explores systematic approaches for how to approach complex abstract concepts, inner processes, and emotions through the specific means of the medium. It aims to shed light on how to make the multifaceted aspects of the human condition tangible through gameplay experiences.

Deep Song

Author : Ernestine Stodelle
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Traces the life and career of the great American dancer and choreographer, discusses her influences, and explains how she changed modern dance

Deep Focus

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Deep Blues

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"Palmer traces the odyssey of the blues from its rural beginnings, to the steamy bars of Chicago's South Side, to international popularity, recognition, and imitation. Palmer tells the story of the blues through the lives of its greatest practitioners: Robert Johnson, who sang of being pursued by the hounds of hell; Muddy Waters, who electrified Delta blues and gave the music its rock beat; Robert Lockwood and Sonny Boy Williamson, who launched the King Biscuit Time radio show and brought blues to the airwaves; and John Lee Hooker, Ike Turner, B.B. King, and many others"--P. [4] of cover.

Teaching for Deep Understanding

Author : Kenneth Leithwood
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This well-researched resource draws on the collaborative work between researchers and school practitioners to offer teaching strategies that promote deep understanding and higher-order thinking in students.

Little Boy Blue

Author : Ethelbert Nevin
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Deep Roots History and Genealogy of the Kincaid Coyle Darnall Lathram Hart Families and Related Families

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Deep Song

Author : Irving Henry Brown
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"'Deep song' means the gay, pathetic, passionate and often tragic folk song of the gypsy. For fifteen years the author has travelled with gypsies of every continent, and in his picturesque account of these wanderings he shows every phase of gypsy life from birth to death. Extraordinary men and women, these gypsy singers, who are proud, who love and hate, fight and suffer, expressing their joys and sorrows without thought of recorded recognition. They are true poets and true composers. Wandering from land to land they have gleaned from many civilizations, but have been absorbed by none. Many of these songs are here for the first time given to the world, and their background is shown in the amazing personalities and customs of their singers." --Dust jacket.

Kim Jong Il on the Art of Opera

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The Kentucky

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From its origins in the Cumberland Mountains to its entry into the Ohio, the Kentucky River flows through two areas that have made Kentucky known throughout the world -- the mountains in the eastern part of the state and the Bluegrass in its center. In The Kentucky, Thomas D. Clark paints a rich panorama of history and life along the river, peopled with the famous and infamous, ordinary folk and legendary characters. It is a canvas distinctly emblematic of the American experience. The Kentucky was first published in 1942 as part of the "Rivers of America" series and has long been out of print. Reissued in this new enlarged edition, it brings back to life a distinguished contribution to Kentuckiana and is itself a historical document. In his new conclusion for this edition, Dr. Clark discusses some of the tremendous changes that have taken place since the book's initial publication.

The Art and Science of Psychological Operations

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"Research and writing completed June 1972."--T.p.

Departure a Magazine of Literature and the Arts

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National Review

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Making Music Your Own

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Art Song

Author : Barbara Meister
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Werner s Magazine

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Perennial Seller

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Bestselling author and marketing strategist Ryan Holiday reveals to creatives of all stripes-authors, entrepreneurs, musicians, filmmakers, fine artists-how a classic work is made and marketed. Classic. Evergreen. Cult. Backlist. We can all identify with products that seem to last forever and just keep selling. But how can we create things that can and should last, especially in an environment where short-term gain and flash-in-the-pan success are so often the benchmark, where Hollywood movies are written off after a weekend or Silicon Valley start-ups are considered to have failed if they don't go viral? Enter Ryan Holiday and his concept of the Perennial Seller, products that exist in every creative industry, timeless, dependable resources and unsung money-makers, increasing in value over time and outlasting and outstretching the competition. Holiday shows us that creating a classic doesn't have to be a fluke or just a matter of luck. In Perennial Seller he takes us back to the first principles of the models and thinking that underpin the creation of something built to last. Featuring interviews with some of the world's greatest entrepreneurs and creatives and grounded in a deep study of the classics from every genre, the book shares a mindset and approach we can all adopt to make and market a classic work. Whether you have a book or a business, a song or the next great screenplay, Holiday reveals the recipe for perennial success.

Ballet News

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The Harbinger

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