Schaum S Outline Of Intermediate Accounting Ii 2ed

Author: Baruch Englard
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071702407
Size: 47.79 MB
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Whistling Thorn

Author: Helen Cowcher
ISBN: 9781840590340
Size: 24.83 MB
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The latest beautifully illustrated picture book from Helen Cowcher is suitable for ages 4 and over. The story focuses on a hungry tigress who becomes tempted by the scent of camels and goats beyond her sanctuary and leaves to threaten a herdsman's flock. The herdsmen and sanctuary ranger hatch a plan that will save their herds and tigress.

Ancient Greek Invention Of Karagiozis

Author: Gregory Zorzos - Γρηγόρης Ζώρζος
Publisher: Gregory Zorzos
ISBN: 1441449647
Size: 25.95 MB
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Karagiozis or Karaghiozis (Karagöz) is a shadow puppet and fictional character of Greek folklore derived from the ancient Greek micro-theatre. He is the main character of the tales narrated in the Greek shadow-puppet theatre. Shadow theatre, with a single puppeteer creating voices for a dialogue, narrating a story, and possibly even singing while manipulating puppets, appears to come ultimately from the ancient Greece.There are several stories of how shadow theatre was established in Asia Minor after the campaign of Alexander the Great. Whatever the case, it is worthwhile to mention that regardless of religious restrictions, shadow theatre became more widespread around the 16th century.Originally, his popular appeal was his scatological language and protruding phallus. It is still performed in some places.