46 Poems of Émile Nelligan, Quebec’s most mysterious poet. Translated with an introduction and commentary by Ian Allaby.
Hestia: Tales from mid-21st century Ohio, by Ted Bernard, author of Late-K Lunacy
Professor Emeritus of Geography and Environmental studies, Ohio University.
Temporary image: "Female figures, interpreted as (left to right) Hestia, Dione, and her daughter Aphrodite or (right to left) Thalassa (the Sea), resting against Gaia (the Earth), and an unknown figure, section of the east pediment of the Parthenon at Athens, 438–432 BCE; part of a collection sometimes called the Elgin Marbles in the British Museum, London." https://www.britannica.com/art/Western-sculpture/High-Classical-period-c-450-400-bce
Wind Horses of Mongolia: Lessons on Freedom, by Erika Connor
8" x 8", 140 p., Travel writings and art book with paintings by the author.
by Nicholas Demos
First published 1991, Harry Cuff.
Construire la Cité universitaire moderne : Université Laval
1945 - 1970
Martin Dubois, professeur d'architecture, professeurs d'histoire Marc Grignon et Marc Vallieres, Peter Geldart, design.
et James Lambert, archivist. l’Université Laval, Québec, Canada.
French and English editions, reproductions of architectural plans, historical drawings and photos, illustrated, with foldouts. "coffee-table" book
Hardcover and softcover
8" x 9" 300 p.