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Picasso and the Weeping Women: The Years of Marie-Therese Walter and Dora Maar
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Hardcover
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With Morgan | from Free Pr (September 1, 1997); titled "The Appearance of Propriety in America"
9780028741154 | details & prices | List price $24.50
This edition also contains The Appearance of Propriety in America
from Rizzoli Intl Pubns (March 1, 1994); titled "Picasso and the Weeping Women: The Years of Marie-Therese Walter & Dora Maar"
9780847818006 | details & prices | 9.00 × 11.25 × 1.25 in. | 2.50 lbs | List price $50.00
About: In a book that examines the powerful body of work in which Picasso developed his potent and harrowing motif of the weeping woman, Judi Freeman's illuminating text examines the weeping woman images in detail and explains their works of private agony and public grief.
Paperback
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With Nicolas Slonimsky (other contributor), Theodore Baker, Laura Diane Kuhn | from Schirmer Books (August 1, 1995); titled "Schirmer Pronouncing Pocket Manual of Musical Terms"
9780028745671 | details & prices | 4.00 × 5.50 × 1.00 in. | 0.40 lbs | List price $5.95
This edition also contains Schirmer Pronouncing Pocket Manual of Musical Terms
About: Compiling a pocket dictionary of musical terms at the turn into the 21st century is a bit like engaging in time travel - the compiler, like the reader in turn, moves through literally centuries of terms, each with its own relevance and use: slam dancing and classical ballet, heterophony and time-brackets, coloratura and circular breathing, crumhorns and synthesizers.
from Rizzoli Intl Pubns (February 1, 1994)
9780875871691 | details & prices | List price $10.01
About: In a book that examines the powerful body of work in which Picasso developed his potent and harrowing motif of the weeping woman, Judi Freeman's illuminating text examines the weeping woman images in detail and explains their works of private agony and public grief.