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    Creative Writing

    £3.59 £3.99
    An academic subject, a popular pastime, a road to self-revelation and the start of a potentially lucrative career - the path chosen and the progress made is the result of choices made by the writer. The potential for Creative Writing to increase and enhance the lives of its practitioners has been proven repeatedly. Creative Writing...

    Film Studies

    £6.29 £6.99
    With this book in your pocket you can gasp as directors break the 30 rule, marvel as Oedipus complexes are resolved, shudder as you become aware of your own voyeurism and discover how to tell your metteur en scene from your mise en scene. Going to the cinema may never be the same again...

    Georges Simenon

    £3.59 £3.99
    Georges Simenon, born 1903 in Liege, Belgium, has suffered from a false reputation, being considered by many as no more than an author of crime fiction and as having been too prolific for his own good. For this reason he has not been given his due by many literary critics. He was however admired and revered by many great writers and...


    £7.19 £7.99
    Dreaming of escape from his remote village in the Himalayan foothills, Rabindra entreats the gods to send him an English bride. When a saucy English dance troupe arrives on the run from a Bombay crime boss, Rabindra believes that his prayers have been answered. Except that they have no interest in marrying anyone. As the village begins...

    Philip K. Dick

    £4.49 £4.99
    Presents a pocket-sized introduction to Philip K. Dick, known for "Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?" - the novel which inspired Blade Runner . This book contains an introductory essay, reviews and analyses of Philip K Dick's novels and short stories, and gives a listing of the many other books and articles which have grappled with his genius.

    Robert Crumb

    £2.79 £3.99
    Who reads Robert Crumb's comics and stories? The founder and "Godfather" of the underground comics movement begun in the '60s, Robert Crumb is also one of the most important figures in twentieth century art. Born in Philadelphia in 1943, Crumb, like Mark Twain and the later Beat writers, has lived all over America, giving him a unique...

    Roger Corman

    £3.59 £3.99
    Roger who? The name may not ring a bell but his films certainly will: Attack Of The Crab Monsters, The Little Shop Of Horrors, The Masque Of The Red Death, A Bucket Of Blood and dozens more. Roger Corman was the king of the B-movies, directing around fifty movies between 1954 and 1970. Shot at breakneck speed on shoestring...

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