2 edition of Craftsmanlike found in the catalog.
|Statement||catalogue introduction exhibition organisation and design by Fred Brookes ; catalogue designed and edited by Richard Padwick ; catalogue and exhibition photographs by Murray Johnson and Paul Rotheroe.|
|Series||Ceolfrith -- 51., Ceolfrith (Series) -- 51.|
|Contributions||Brookes, Fred., Padwick, Richard., Sunderland Arts Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
Desmond Bagley - Discover more about the life and work of the craftsmanlike thriller novelist Desmond Bagley. His novels, book cover art, a bibliography of articles and interviews and his thoughts on writing action fiction. Desmond Bagley was a British journalist and novelist principally known for a series of best-selling thrillers. Along with fellow British writers such as Hammond Innes and Alistair MacLean, Bagley established the basic conventions of the genre: a tough, resourceful, but essentially ordinary hero pitted against villains determined to sow destruction and chaos in order to advance their agenda/5.
Behold the Dawn by K. M. Weiland is set during the third Crusade. If that doesnt ring a bell, this is when Robin Hood and Ivanhoe were saving England from Prince John. Here is the books description from the website you can order the book /5. John Grisham is not Pulitzer material, but he's nowhere near as craven and awful as James Patterson. His books are kind of craftsmanlike, and the lawyer stuff can be entertaining. Having said that, though, every other book you bought, with the .
A Roundup of New Horror, All Indebted to an Early Master. speedy, craftsmanlike storytellers like Matheson were put on earth to provide. , which is the first of this Spanish writer’s. Robert Silverberg is one of the grand masters of science-fiction, with a distinguished career as an author and editor behind him. But in the early s, he was an ambitious student at Columbia, teaching himself the craft with a stack of pump magazines in one hand, and books of structural criticism and classic rhetoric in the others/5.
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It was the theme of several commentaries, and continued to be used as a text-book not only in the Byzantine age, but even as late as the seventeenth century. It is happily described by Mr. Saintsbury as ‘one of the most craftsmanlike cram-books that ever deserved the encomium of the epithet and the discredit of the noun.'”.
In his obituary, which appeared in The Times on 14th Aprilhe was described as a ‘craftsmanlike thriller novelist’. Bagley was skilled in the art of thriller writing; he travelled extensively and displayed a detailed knowledge of the geographical locations used for the settings in his novels combined with a thorough knowledge of.
The Galton Case, published inwas Ross Macdonald's breakthrough book. Its predecessors are craftsmanlike, highly literate, hard-boiled detective stories; The Galton Case and most of its successors are literature that happens to inhabit the detective-story form it's the book in which he first perfected the balancing act that became his trademark: a tightly /5(92).
“Amusing and engaging careful, craftsmanlike writing.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer “Fresh, confident, intelligent, and amusing. Grab a cold drink, put your feet up, and enjoy yourself.” —Sue Grafton “The prose is tart and lively, the storytelling swift-paced, and the large cast and multiple plot lines deftly handled.”.
Top 10 books about cricket respectful appreciation of craftsmanlike qualities; and the whole occasion a world away from the coarse and Author: David Kynaston.
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and Canadian history, told through two families whose fortunes are shaped, for better /5(). This book is the intertwined story over more than two centuries of a family of native Canadians, French settlers and Dutch merchants.
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Like every book Cornwell has ever written, and he has a literary CV the length of a longbow, Azincourt is constructed with craftsmanlike skill. But. The Craftsman. by Richard Sennett pp, Allen Lane, £ Richard Sennett is a prime observer of society, an American, a pragmatist who. "The Craftsman is the story of women, and witches.
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Bagley on writing action fiction. In May an edition of The Writer featured an article by Desmond Bagley titled ‘Writing Action Fiction’. In this article Bagley describes, using examples from Running Blind, how he applied the three-part (three-act) structure when writing his novels.
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Follow Our Journey. Across The U.S. We're bringing job opportunities and pride in craftsmanship back to America — and we're here to stay. Watch as we introduce new products and. The Main is principally a character driven novel in two senses. First, it is a detailed exploration of a neighbourhood, its geography, people, dynamics and relationships.
Second, it is an in-depth portrait of a man and his lifeworld, outlook and philosophy, and how he relates to those people who populate his life/5(39). This is a very craftsmanlike sort of book and there's a real pleasure in that, it's very readable.
French doesn't really have an inner life or psychology (outside of some modest ambition now and then), but we end up liking him anyway, maybe simply because Croft keeps the viewpoint fairly tight on French for most of the book.
Margaret Larkin of the National Urban League's Opportunity, the journal that had awarded Hughes first prize for "The Weary Blues" in its poetry contest, noted the "strong, craftsmanlike handling of 'Mulatto,' one of the best poems in the book" (,).
Nightwood by Djuna Barnes on Amazon*. Craftsmanlike writing. Merely as a piece of writing, the book is remarkable and immensely interesting. It is a pleasure to find a writer as craftsmanlike as Miss Barnes, knowing exactly what she wants to do and how to do it.The Main is principally a character driven novel in two senses.
First, it is a detailed exploration of a neighbourhood, its geography, people, dynamics and relationships. Second, it is an in-depth portrait of a man and his lifeworld, outlook and philosophy, and how he relates to those people who populate his life/5(32).The Small Back Room, released in the United States as Hour of Glory, is a film by the British producer-writer-director team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger starring David Farrar and Kathleen Byron and featuring Jack Hawkins and Cyril was based on the novel of the same name by Nigel by: Brian Easdale.