Monday, September 3, 2012
Acryl-Malkurs mit Martin Thomas. Landschaften (pdf included)
eLearning | German | 640x480 | Divx ~798 kbps | MP3 | 48 kHz ~128 Kbps | 1
Drawing, Painting and Design
English | 2008 | ISBN: 082621827X | 288 pages | PDF | 13,3 MB
Cosmopolitan Twain takes in earnest Mark Twain's life as a burgher of urban landscapes: from the streets of New York City to the palaces of Vienna to the suburban utopia of Hartford. Traditional readings of Mark Twain shining his life and work by distinctly country markers such as the Mississippi River, the Wild West, and atomic-town America; yet, as this pile shows, Twain's sensibilities were equally formed in the urban centers of the globe. These essays represent Twain both because a product of urban frontiers and viewed like a prophet of American modernity, situating him squarely not more than the context of an evolving between nations and cosmopolitan community.