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LunaLuss
LunaLuss rated it 4 years ago
I know that it’s not easy to define culture in general and cultural theory in particular, but I find fault with this book because it merely glues together culture with various disciplines. We have a set of summaries of how theorists/philosophers.. think of culture with regards to their domain, and t...
It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 5 years ago
Steampunk Soldiers is a pictorial guide and a historical study of the variety of steam-powered weaponry and equipment before the Great War of the Worlds.I found this book interesting to read because the different take on history with the rise of steam technology at the start of the American Civil Wa...
The Butler Did It
The Butler Did It rated it 5 years ago
This is one of the most fun books I've seen in a long time. It's bright, it's colorful, it's imaginative and it's clever. The pictures get your imagination soaring. You could imagine that in an alternative world where steam ruled, this is exactly how the soldiers would have developed. I love that th...
MarginMan
MarginMan rated it 5 years ago
The fourth, and final, Dover poetry anthology I am reviewing. As with the others, it is an easily portable, inexpensive book. Includes work by 58 poets. Ten were born before 1600, another six in the 17th century, twelve in the 18th century, and two in the 20th century. So 28 were born in the 19th c...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 6 years ago
Disclaimer: ARC via Netgalley Supposedly a collection of work by Miles Vandercroft, Steampunk Soldiers carries on the tradition of Osprey military books by detailing various soldiers from various countries during a Steampunk era. It’s cool. Each ...
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