Slumberland

Author: Paul Beatty
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 9781608196494
Size: 15.55 MB
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The hip break-out novel from 2016 Man Booker Prize-winning author, Paul Beatty, about a disaffected Los Angeles DJ who travels to post-Wall Berlin in search of his transatlantic doppelganger. Hailed by the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times as one of the best writers of his generation, Paul Beatty turns his creative eye to man's search for meaning and identity in an increasingly chaotic world. After creating the perfect beat, DJ Darky goes in search of Charles Stone, a little know avant-garde jazzman, to play over his sonic masterpiece. His quest brings him to a recently unified Berlin, where he stumbles through the city's dreamy streets ruminating about race, sex, love, Teutonic gods , the prevent defense, and Wynton Marsalis in search of his artistic-and spiritual-other. Ferocious, bombastic, and laugh-out-loud funny, Slumberland is vintage Paul Beatty and belongs on the shelf next to Jonathan Lethem, Colson Whitehead, and Junot Diaz.

Slumberland

Author: Paul Beatty
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 178607222X
Size: 50.76 MB
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Hailed by the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times as one of the best writers of his generation, Paul Beatty turns his creative eye to man's search for meaning and identity in an increasingly chaotic world. After creating the perfect beat, DJ Darky goes in search of Charles Stone, a little know avant-garde jazzman, to play over his sonic masterpiece. His quest brings him to a recently unified Berlin, where he stumbles through the city's dreamy streets ruminating about race, sex, love, Teutonic gods , the prevent defence, and Wynton Marsalis in search of his artistic-and spiritual-other. Ferocious, bombastic, and laugh-out-loud funny, Slumberland is vintage Paul Beatty and belongs on the shelf next to Jonathan Lethem, Colson Whitehead and Junot Diaz.

Slumberland

Author: Paul Beatty
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1846552427
Size: 54.78 MB
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The break-out novel from a literary virtuoso about a disaffected Los Angeles DJ who travels to post-Wall Berlin in search of his transatlantic doppelganger. Hailed by the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times as one of the best writers of his generation, Paul Beatty turns his creative eye to man's search for meaning and identity in an increasingly chaotic world. After creating the perfect beat, DJ Darky goes in search of Charles Stone, a little known avant-garde jazzman, to play over his sonic masterpiece. His quest brings him to a recently unified Berlin, where he stumbles through the city's dreamy streets ruminating about race, sex, love, Teutonic gods and Wynton Marsalis in search of his artistic - and spiritual - other. Ferocious, bombastic, and laugh-out-loud funny, Slumberland is vintage Paul Beatty and belongs on the shelf next to Jonathan Lethem, Colson Whitehead, and Junot D az.

The Poetics Of Slumberland

Author: Scott Bukatman
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520951506
Size: 60.63 MB
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In The Poetics of Slumberland, Scott Bukatman celebrates play, plasmatic possibility, and the life of images in cartoons, comics, and cinema. Bukatman begins with Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo in Slumberland to explore how and why the emerging media of comics and cartoons brilliantly captured a playful, rebellious energy characterized by hyperbolic emotion, physicality, and imagination. The book broadens to consider similar "animated" behaviors in seemingly disparate media—films about Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, and Vincent van Gogh; the musical My Fair Lady and the story of Frankenstein; the slapstick comedies of Jerry Lewis; and contemporary comic superheroes—drawing them all together as the purveyors of embodied utopias of disorder.

Wide Awake In Slumberland

Author: Katherine Roeder
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1626741174
Size: 16.66 MB
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Cartoonist Winsor McCay (1869–1934) is rightfully celebrated for the skillful draftsmanship and inventive design sense he displayed in the comic strips Little Nemo in Slumberland and Dream of the Rarebit Fiend. McCay crafted narratives of anticipation, abundance, and unfulfilled longing. This book explores McCay’s interest in dream imagery in relation to the larger preoccupation with fantasy that dominated the popular culture of early twentieth-century urban America. McCay’s role as a pioneer of early comics has been documented; yet, no existing study approaches him and his work from an art historical perspective, giving close readings of individual artworks while situating his output within the larger visual culture and the rise of modernism. From circus posters and vaudeville skits to department store window displays and amusement park rides, McCay found fantastical inspiration in New York City’s burgeoning entertainment and retail districts. Wide Awake in Slumberland connects McCay’s work to relevant children’s literature, advertising, architecture, and motion pictures in order to demonstrate the artist’s sophisticated blending and remixing of multiple forms from mass culture. Studying this interconnection in McCay’s work and, by extension, the work of other early twentieth-century cartoonists, Roeder traces the web of relationships connecting fantasy, leisure, and consumption. Readings of McCay’s drawings and the eighty-one black and white and color illustrations reveal a man who was both a ready participant and an incisive critic of the rising culture of fantasy and consumerism.

The Complete Little Nemo In Slumberland

Author: Winsor McCay
Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
ISBN:
Size: 65.29 MB
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A collection of Little Nemo's fantasy adventures, reprinted from the vintage comic strip.

Little Nemo Return To Slumberland

Author: Eric Shanower
Publisher: IDW Publishing
ISBN: 1623027829
Size: 55.26 MB
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An all-new, all-ages series full of magic and whimsy from award-winning creators Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez! Spinning out of Winsor McKay's brilliant early 20th century strip, Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland sees King Morpheus' daughter, in the Royal Palace of Slumberland, select her next-playmate: Nemo! Collects issues #1_4 and includes an art gallery from artist Gabriel Rodriguez.

40 Winks Stories From Slumberland

Author: Kevin Moran
Publisher: An Ink Mover
ISBN: 0984309616
Size: 16.77 MB
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When we fall asleep does our brain jump out of our head and go on vacation? Do our family and friends throw secret parties? Is the world torn apart and recreated from scratch? Is the entire idea of sleep just a recent invention? Can one man get noticed by setting the world record for time slept? How do two troubled sleepwalkers end up as the perfect couple? What would happen if a company invented a machine to spy on our dreams? Are there really monsters under our beds? Read sleep-themed stories about love, horror, misunderstanding, discovery, exploration and more in this collection of 40 short works of fiction.

Little Nemo In Slumberland

Author: Winsor McCay
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530530243
Size: 36.36 MB
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Little Nemo is a fictional character created by American cartoonist Winsor McCay. Nemo was originally the protagonist of the comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland. The full-page weekly comic strip depicted Nemo having fantastic dreams that were interrupted by his awakening in the final panel. The strip is considered McCay's masterpiece for its experiments with the form of the comics page, its use of color, its timing and pacing, the size and shape of its panels, perspective, architectural and other detail. Little Nemo in Slumberland ran in the New York Herald from October 15, 1905, until July 23, 1911 for a total of 302 full-page weekly comic strips; the strip was renamed In the Land of Wonderful Dreams when McCay brought it to William Randolph Hearst's New York American, where it ran from September 3, 1911 until July 26, 1914 for other 118 full-page weekly comic strips including one that was published on the Los Angeles Examiner. When McCay returned to the Herald in 1924, he revived the strip, and it ran under its original title from Aug 3, 1924, until December 26, 1926, when McCay returned to Hearst. This book contains the complete full color reprints of the New York Herald 302 full-page weekly comic strips, from October 15, 1905, until July 23, 1911; plus 1 strip published on the European edition on January 7, 1906. The New York American 118 full-page weekly comic strips are not included. Volume two is here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1530540488/ Note: If texts of some pages are too small to read, please send an email directly to Kentauron Publishers ([email protected]). You'll receive the transcript of those pages, and, when ready, the eBook edition.