9780812828894 | Stein & Day Pub, April 1, 1983, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: A study of the international pharmaceutical industry discusses the uses and abuses of prescription drugs and details the dangers and adverse impact of disease treatment with drugs
9780517564455 | Crown Pub, September 1, 1987, cover price $17.95 | About this edition: Discusses the biological and social implications of fatness, explains why it so difficult to lose weight, and offers advice on diet, exercise, and relaxation
Product Description: The theatrical genius of Nikolay Gogol has gone largely unappreciated by English-speaking audiences because pedantically literal translations have left his plays virtually unperformable. These fresh translations restore the vitality of Gogol's language and humor, finally allowing his dramatic art to speak directly to Western readers, directors, actors, and theater-goers...read more
9781853993480 | New edition (Bristol Classical Pr, January 1, 1998), cover price $21.95 | About this edition: The theatrical genius of Nikolay Gogol has gone largely unappreciated by English-speaking audiences because pedantically literal translations have left his plays virtually unperformable.
9780671684785 | 1 edition (Fireside, March 1, 1990), cover price $10.95 | About this edition: Suggests natural alternatives to the use of prescription drugs, including diet, exercise, vitamins, massage, yoga, stress management, and lifestyle changes
Most studies of lesbian and gay history focus on urban environments. Yet gender and sexual diversity were anything but rare in nonmetropolitan areas in the first half of the twentieth century. Just Queer Folks explores the seldom-discussed history of same-sex intimacy and gender nonconformity in rural and small-town America during a period when the now familiar concepts of heterosexuality and homosexuality were only just beginning to take shape. Eschewing the notion that identity is always the best measure of what can be known about gender and sexuality, Colin R. Johnson argues instead for a queer historicist approach. In so doing, he uncovers a startlingly unruly rural past in which small-town eccentrics, "mannish" farm women, and cross-dressing Civilian Conservation Corps enrolees were often just queer folks so far as their neighbours were concerned. Written with wit and verve, Just Queer Folks upsets a whole host of contemporary commonplaces, including the notion that queer history is always urban history. Colin R. Johnson is Associate Professor of Gender Studies and Adjunct Associate Professor of American Studies, History, and Human Biology at Indiana University, Bloomington.
9780283991011 | Sidgwick & Jackson, July 1, 1985, cover price $12.95 | About this edition: Traces the development of the British rock group, offers profiles of its members, and discusses its tours and recordings