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Taylor Swift

Author: Tyler Conroy
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501143476
Size: 34.48 MB
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A book about Taylor. Made with love. By fans. For fans. “Delightful...A rich and exhaustive production...Swifties have gotten their bible.” —The New Yorker Ten years ago, an unknown sixteen-year-old released a self-titled debut country album. A decade later, Taylor Swift has reached record-breaking, chart-topping heights. A ten-time Grammy winner, Swift has been hailed for her songwriting talent, crossed effortlessly from country to pop, and established herself as a musician who can surprise, delight, and inspire, all while connecting with her fans in a way that only she can. Amazingly, after all these years, there is no great, comprehensive book about Swift for her fans. Until now. This book, a fan-generated celebration of Swift’s first decade as an artist, collects the best writing and images from the past ten years in one gorgeous volume. From prefame interviews with Swift in local Pennsylvania newspapers to major profiles in The New Yorker and Rolling Stone; from album reviews by top critics such as Robert Christgau, Sasha Frere-Jones, and Ann Powers to essays by beloved novelists like Maggie Shipstead; from Tavi Gevinson’s classic ode to Swift in The Believer to Q&As with Chuck Klosterman and humorous analysis from McSweeney’s and The Hairpin; from album-themed crossword puzzles and adult coloring pages to profiles of Taylor’s biggest fans; from an excerpt of the soon-to-be-published novel Taylor Swift: Girl Detective to a “book within a book” of Swift’s most inspiring quotations titled (naturally) The Tao of Tay, this book is the vital collection of all things Taylor. Here, finally, is the must-have book for every Swiftie and every music lover. For, as Klosterman wrote in GQ, “If you don’t take Swift seriously, you don’t take contemporary music seriously.” * This book is a tribute to Taylor Swift, but she was not involved in its creation. *

Taylor Swift

Author: Jamie Anderson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781537173771
Size: 10.24 MB
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Questions and answers, activities, pictures and more of country musician and celebrity, Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift

Author: Hailey Newton
Publisher: Hailey Newton
ISBN: 9781945887598
Size: 73.51 MB
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Celebrate the beauty of Taylor Swift, inside and out, with this gorgeously detailed coloring book. Portraits range from close ups to full body illustrations and feature some of Taylor's most iconic recent fashions and hair styles. From princess dresses to sunglasses and shorts, from curly to super-straight 'dos and everything in between, there's something here for every Taylor Swift ultrafan. Beautiful backgrounds provide a rich stage on the page for the celebrity artist and add hours of coloring fun. Contains fifteen pen-and-ink-style line drawings.

Taylor Swift The Whole Story

Author: Chas Newkey-Burden
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007544227
Size: 79.55 MB
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The full story of Taylor Swift’s stratospheric rise to fame; all any dedicated Swifty needs to know about the pop superstar who’s taking over the world.

Colour Me Swiftly

Author: Mel Elliott
ISBN: 9780992854461
Size: 72.86 MB
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The newest in I Love Mel's pop culture colouring books is Colour Me Swiftly, celebrating pop music's reigning queen, Taylor Swift. 2014 was undoubtedly 'The Year Of The Swift. If she wasn't shakin' it off to one of the best pop tunes in decades, she was offering brilliant feminist sound bites to get her young #swifties feeling strong, independent and powerful. Here's counting the days until Taylor rules the world... but in the meantime, why not use your felt tip pens and this colouring book for hours of fun!

As Darkness Descends

Author: Ross Lloyd
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781522733331
Size: 46.53 MB
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The world lurches towards the edge of a precipice, threatening to plunge into a dark age the likes of which it has never before known... Sinister plans have been set in motion that would ultimately doom mankind. While some seek to ensnare the world's most popular female singing idol in order to unleash apocalyptic evil, others take the daughter of a potential US Presidential candidate hostage to exert the influence of Jihad over the nomination process. However, it may be that the fate of the world has always been tied inexorably to that of a certain royal family lost many years ago. In the end could the intervention of just one unique, savage individual, an Aussie motorcycle rider, Ryan, blessed with extraordinary capabilities borne of years of hard training, both constrained and driven by a chivalrous nature, challenge and avert the dark fate of two beautiful young girls, the martyred Russian Royal family and thereby the world? Only time will tell. One man, one almighty fly in an ointment of unparalleled evil!

Cultivating Political And Public Identity

Author: Rodney Barker
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1526114585
Size: 79.66 MB
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Throughout the twentieth century, everyone from Marxists to economic individualists assumed that social and political activity was driven by the rational pursuit of material gain. Today, the fundamental importance of the cultivation and preservation of identity is finally re-emerging. In this book, Rodney Barker explores the rich fabric of speech, dress, diet and the built environment from which human identity is made. The colour of a scarf or the accent of a conversation can unite people or divide them, and the smallest detail can play its part in signalling who are allies and who are enemies. Identity simultaneously generates equality and inequality - it is both the engine of public life and the cause of its confusion and conflict - and a better understanding of its subtleties is crucial if we are to confront the tensions that it produces in society. Synthesising methods and ideas from numerous disciplines - including history, political science, anthropology, law and sociology - Barker presents a picture of human life as more than just a collection of material interests. His ultimate aim is to show that no human activity is trivial or meaningless, that everything counts and plumage matters.

Doing Digital Humanities

Author: Constance Crompton
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317481135
Size: 35.13 MB
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Digital Humanities is rapidly evolving as a significant approach to/method of teaching, learning and research across the humanities. This is a first-stop book for people interested in getting to grips with digital humanities whether as a student or a professor. The book offers a practical guide to the area as well as offering reflection on the main objectives and processes, including: Accessible introductions of the basics of Digital Humanities through to more complex ideas A wide range of topics from feminist Digital Humanities, digital journal publishing, gaming, text encoding, project management and pedagogy Contextualised case studies Resources for starting Digital Humanities such as links, training materials and exercises Doing Digital Humanities looks at the practicalities of how digital research and creation can enhance both learning and research and offers an approachable way into this complex, yet essential topic.