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VICE CITY: NEW YORK IN THE 80s... Nature made Ash Lynx beautiful; nurture made him a cold ruthless killer. A child runaway brought up as the adopted heir, hatchet man, and sex toy of "Papa" Dino Golzine, the East Coast's Corsican crime lord, Ash is now at the rebellious age of seventeen - forsaking the kingdom of power and riches held out by the devil who raised him, preferring a code he can live with among a small but loyal gang of street thugs. But his "Papa" can't simply let him go - not when the hideous secret that drove Ash's older brother mad in Vietnam has suddenly fallen into his insatiably ambitious hands. It's exactly the wrong time for Eiji Okamura, a pure-hearted young photographer from Japan, to arrive in NYC and make Ash Lynx's acquaintance... and fall with him into the bloody whirlpool of pride, greed, lust and wrath unleashed by the enigma code-named Banana Fish... Epic in scope, and one of the best-selling shojo titles of all time in Japan, Akimi Yoshida put an electric shock into the genre and gained a huge crossover audience through Banana Fish's stripped-down, non-stop style
Kurozu-cho, a fogbound town on the coast of Japan, is haunted by a recurring pattern: a spiral manifesting itself in increasingly terrifying ways. In this third and final volume, the town is cut off from the outside by devastating hurricanes. Kirie, her boyfriend Shuichi, and the other desperate survivors must face the impending horror. The movie version of Uzumaki will soon be released in the U.S.
THE MALLOWS. EAGLE LORE. THE SNOWDROP'S PHILOSOPHY. THE GLADNESS OF NATURE. FLOWERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS. THE ASTERS. SCHOOL GARDENS. THE FLICKER'S MISTAKE. TIGER-LILIES. FLOWERS IN THE CRANNIED WALL. THE WILD YELLOW LILY. WHAT DO WE OWE THE BIRDS? TO THE VESPER BIRD. THE VESPER SPARROW. THE WORSHIP OF NATURE. BIRD-STUDY. THE OREGON JUNCO. THE CALICO BASS. THE GROWTH AND VARIATION OF FISH. THE ORIGIN OF THE FISH. THE BANANA.
Cracking IAS Prelims Revision Files – Ecology & Environment (Vol. 5/9) is the 1st ebook of a series of 9 eBooks specially prepared to help IAS aspirants cross the milestone of Preliminary Exam. The ebook is aimed at Revision cum practice so as to develop confidence to crack the IAS Prelim Exam. • The eBook is divided into 3 Topics • Each topic provides 5-6 Revision Modules ensuring complete revision of the topic. Thus in all around 15 such Modules are provided. • Each topic will end up with a Quiz containing 15 questions to test your topic preparedness. • Further Solved Questions of the last 5 years on Ecology & Environmentare also provided. • In the end 2 Tests are provided on Ecology & Environmentto test your revision of the entire section This ebook, along with the 8 other ebooks of this series, will definitely help you improve your score in the IAS Prelim Exam
This study, the first of two parts, gives a comprehensive account of Chinese textiles and textile technology and deals with the evolution of bast fibre spinning and silk-reeling in the history of China. These operations are the basic techniques in the production of yarn and thread, pre-requisite to weaving, and any study of Chinese textile technology must start with the raw material obtained from fibre plants such as hemp, ramie, jute, cotton, etc, and silk reeled off from cocoons of the domestic silkworm. The time-span covered runs from the neolithic to the nineteenth century. Archaeological and pictoral evidence, the bulk of it hitherto unpublished in the West, is brought together with Chinese textual sources (which are extensively translated and interpreted) to illustrate Chinese achievements in this field. Professor Kuhn's study reveals the way in which Chinese textile-technological inventiveness has influenced textile production in other regions of the world and in medieval Europe. It explains how textile technology reached its high point between the tenth and thirteenth centuries and attempts to indicate the reasons for its subsequent relative decline. The development of the textile industry in Europe was a key factor in the rise of capitalism. In the case of China after Sung times, textile technology and the organisation of textile labour may help indicate why such a development did not take place in China.

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