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Van Gogh

release date: Jan 01, 2011
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Van Gogh
Draws on newly available primary sources to present an in-depth, accessible profile that offers revisionist assessments of the influential artist's turbulent life and genius works.

Making Miracles Happen

release date: Jul 01, 1998
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Making Miracles Happen
Ten years after he had been given only three months to live, the author shares the inspirational story of his triumph over cancer and reveals how patients everywhere can make their own miracles happen

The Mormon Murders

release date: Jun 09, 2015
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The Mormon Murders
On October 15, 1985, two pipe bombs shook the calm of Salt Lake City, Utah, killing two people. The only link-both victims belonged to the Mormon Church. The next day, a third bomb was detonated in the parked car of church-going family man, Mark Hoffman. Incredibly, he survived. It wasn't until authorities questioned the strangely evasive Hoffman that another, more shocking link between the victims emerged... It was the appearance of an alleged historic document that challenged the very bedrock of Mormon teaching, questioned the legitimacy of its founder, and threatened to disillusion millions of its faithful-unless the Mormon hierarchy buried the evidence.

Jackson Pollock

release date: Jan 01, 1998
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Jackson Pollock
Based on more than 2,000 interviews with 850 people, Jackson Pollock is the first book to explore the life of a great artist with the psychological depth that marks the best biographies of literary and political figures. In eight years of research the authors have uncovered previously unknown letters and documents, gained access to medical and psychiatric records, and interviewed scores of the artist's friends and acquaintances whose stories had never been told. They were also the first biographers in twenty years to benefit from the cooperation of Pollock's widow, Lee Krasner. --from publisher description.

Final Justice

release date: Jan 01, 1994
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Final Justice
The co-authors of The Mormon Murders explore the murder trial of multimillionaire Cullen Davis, who killed two people at the Fort Worth mansion and used his power and wealth to protect himself from murder charges. Reprint.

Why Can't Men Open Up?

release date: Jan 01, 1984
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Why Can't Men Open Up?
Deals with men's problems with intimacy and tells how the women in their lives can help them learn to communicate their feelings

On a Street Called Easy, in a Cottage Called Joye

release date: Jan 01, 1996
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On a Street Called Easy, in a Cottage Called Joye
Hailed in hardcover by booksellers, reviewers and dreamers addicted to "Architectural Digest", here is the enchanting story of the trials and tribulations that two Pulitzer Prize-winning writers from Manhattan experience while renovating Joye Cottage, a 60-room pleasure palace in Aiken, South Carolina.

Through Vincent's Eyes

release date: Nov 23, 2021
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Through Vincent's Eyes
Vincent van Gogh's (1853-1890) idiosyncratic style grew out of a deep admiration for and connection to the 19th-century art world. This fresh look at Van Gogh's influences explores the artist's relationship to the Barbizon School painters Jean-François Millet and Georges Michel--Van Gogh's self-proclaimed mentors--as well as to Realists like Jean-François Raffaëlli and Léon Lhermitte. New scholarship offers insights into Van Gogh's emulation of Adolphe Monticelli, his absorption of the Hague School through Anton Mauve and Jozef Israëls, and his keen interest in the work of the Impressionists. This copiously illustrated volume also discusses Van Gogh's allegiance to the colorism of Eugène Delacroix, as well as his alliance with the Realist literature of Charles Dickens and George Eliot. Although Van Gogh has often been portrayed as an insular and tortured savant, Through Vincent's Eyes provides a fascinating deep dive into the artist's sources of inspiration that reveals his expansive interest in the artistic culture of his time.

A Stranger in the Family

release date: Jan 01, 1996
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A Stranger in the Family
Documents the ordeal of everyone close to rapist and murderer Richard Daniel Starrett--the epitome of the all-American boy--who confessed to a two-year rampage attacking young women

Jackson Pollock

release date: Jan 01, 1989
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Jackson Pollock
Based on interviews with more than 850 people, this illustrated biography profiles the troubled life of the enigmatic avant-garde artist whose controversial work changed the definition of modern art
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