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The Law of Love by Prado, Miguelanxo (Illustrator) by Prado, Miguelanxo (Illustrator) - First edition

2008, ISBN: 9780091834135

Paperback, Hardcover, ID: 89584806

Simon and Schuster. 1941. Hardcover. Fair, cover water marks, not horribly disfigured but noticeable, corner tip wear, page edge toning, end page name. Very good internally, tight binding, clean pages, bottom page margins slightly wavy. No jacket. Oversize, will require an additional shipping charge. Songbook with music. Sold AS IS, do not purchase if condition is important to you. ; Color Plates, B&W drawings.; 405 pages ., Simon and Schuster, 1941, Simon and Schuster. 1941. Hardcover. Fair, some cover water marks, not horribly disfigured but noticeable. Very good internally, tight binding, clean pages. No jacket. Oversize. Songbook with music. Sold AS IS, do not purchase if condition is important to you. ; Color Plates, B&W drawings.; 405 pages ., Simon and Schuster, 1941, Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1976. Later Printing. Hardcover. 0136084141 . Good, an inch square bottom edge water mark. Very good internally, solid binding, clean pages. Good dust jacket, some bottom edge discoloring, edge wear. ; B&W Photographs, large color fold-out.; 182 pages ., Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1976, Dallas, Texas, USA: Southern Methodist University Press, 1993. BX2 - A trade paperback withdrawn ex-library book in very good condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color wraps with minor overall shelf wear plus the usual library stamps and marks on the front endpaper and top outside paper edges plus some water wrinkling of the first three pages plus some very light creasing on the back at the top left corner plus some very, very light sunning on the spine. A title in the publisher's Southwest Life and Letters Series. A collection of short stories in which the author depicts people caught trying to understand the mysteries of a place in which they have found themselves and apply that understanding to their lives. 208p.. First Trade Paperback Edition. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 6"x9". Ex-Library., Southern Methodist University Press, 1993, NP. Good. 1955. Loose Leaf. No date (ca 1950s), rolled-up and stored in tube, several small closed edge tears to both prints, 2 dime-sized edge chips to Hep Dogs, several small water stains to Hep Dogs, ; Two 15.5" x 30" humorous color prints of dogs in a dance and in a bar ., 1955, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Dell Publishing, 1990. Mass Market Paperback. Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Dell Publishing, 1990. Good. CHAPTER 1 The birds were already calling to each other in the early morning stillness of the Alexander Valley as the sun rose slowly over the hills, stretching golden fingers into a sky that within moments was almost purple. The leaves on the trees rustled gently in the barest breeze as Crystal stood silent in the damp grass, watching the brilliant sky explode in shimmering colors. For brief moments, the birds stopped singing, almost as though they, too, were in awe of the valley's beauty. There were lush fields, rimmed by rugged hills where their cattle wandered, grazing. Her father's ranch covered two hundred acres, its fertile earth yielding corn, walnuts, and grapes, with the cattle they bred bringing in their greatest profit. The Wyatt Ranch had been profitable for a hundred years, but Crystal loved it not for what it brought them but for what it was. She seemed to commune silently with spirits only she knew were there as she watched the tall grass rustle softly in the breeze, and felt the warmth of the sun shine down on her wheat-colored hair, as she began to sing softly. Her eyes were the color of the summer sky, her limbs long and graceful as she suddenly began to run, pressing the damp grass beneath her feet as she headed toward the river. She sat on a smooth gray rock, feeling the icy water dance over her feet as she watched the sunlight reach the rocks. She loved watching the sun come Up, loved run­ning in the fields, she loved just being there, alive and young and free, at one with her roots. and with nature. She loved to sit and sing in the quiet mornings, her full voice billowing around her, magical even without music. It was as though there was something special about singing then, with only God to hear her. There were ranch hands who herded her cattle, and Mexicans who tended the corn and the vineyards, her father overseeing all of it. But there was no one who loved the land as dearly as she, or her father, Tad Wyatt. Her brother, Jared, helped him after school, but at sixteen he was more interested in borrowing her father's pickup and going to Napa with his friends. It was a fifty minute drive from Jim Town. He was a good-looking boy with his father's dark hair, and a knack for taming wild horses. But neither he nor her sister, Becky, had Crystal's lyrical beauty. Today was Becky's Wedding day, and Crystal knew that her mother and grandmother were already busy in the kitchen. Isbn 0-440-20557-3 <br/><br/>Oct. 26, 2008, Dell Publishing, 1990, New Orleans: Paper Chase Press, 1999. Pages clean, unmarked, binding tight and square. Covers clean, colors bright,, minimal edge wear. Gift inscription. Media Mail and US Priority shipping include free tracking information. . First Edition. Trade Paperback. Near Fine-. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Paper Chase Press, 1999, Silver Burdett Company. 1956. Hardcover. Fair, cover and end paper soil and water marking, pastedown school stamp. Solid binding, the pages are generally clean. No jacket issued. Children's songbook with music. Size about 7 1/2 by 9 inches. Sold AS IS, do not purchase if condition is important to you. ; Color Illustrations.; 172 pages ., Silver Burdett Company, 1956, New York, NY, U.S.A.: Delacorte Press, 1989. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Hard Cover. Good/Good. New York, NY, U.S.A.: Delacorte Press, 1989. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Good/Good. CHAPTER 1 The birds were already calling to each other in the early morning stillness of the Alexander Valley as the sun rose slowly over the hills, stretching golden fingers into a sky that within moments was almost purple. The leaves on the trees rustled gently in the barest breeze as Crystal stood silent in the damp grass, watching the brilliant sky explode in shimmering colors. For brief moments, the birds stopped singing, almost as though they, too, were in awe of the valley's beauty. There were lush fields, rimmed by rugged hills where their cattle wandered, grazing. Her father's ranch covered two hundred acres, its fertile earth yielding corn, walnuts, and grapes, with the cattle they bred bringing in their greatest profit. The Wyatt Ranch had been profitable for a hundred years, but Crystal loved it not for what it brought them but for what it was. She seemed to commune silently with spirits only she knew were there as she watched the tall grass rustle softly in the breeze, and felt the warmth of the sun shine down on her wheat-colored hair, as she began to sing softly. Her eyes were the color of the summer sky, her limbs long and graceful as she suddenly began to run, pressing the damp grass beneath her feet as she headed toward the river. She sat on a smooth gray rock, feeling the icy water dance over her feet as she watched the sunlight reach the rocks. She loved watching the sun come Up, loved run­ning in the fields, she loved just being there, alive and young and free, at one with her roots. and with nature. She loved to sit and sing in the quiet mornings, her full voice billowing around her, magical even without music. It was as though there was something special about singing then, with only God to hear her. There were ranch hands who herded her cattle, and Mexicans who tended the corn and the vineyards, her father overseeing all of it. But there was no one who loved the land as dearly as she, or her father, Tad Wyatt. Her brother, Jared, helped him after school, but at sixteen he was more interested in borrowing her father's pickup and going to Napa with his friends. It was a fifty minute drive from Jim Town. He was a good-looking boy with his father's dark hair, and a knack for taming wild horses. But neither he nor her sister, Becky, had Crystal's lyrical beauty. Today was Becky's Wedding day, and Crystal knew that her mother and grandmother were already busy in the kitchen. Isbn 0-440-20557-3 <br/><br/>TUB 33, Delacorte Press, 1989, New York, New York, U.S.A: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Type: Hard Back First Printing. Hardcover Book and Dust Jacket in NEAR FINE Condition. A moving account of Forna's harrowing description of her struggle to establish the truth of her father's death. An important contribution to the literature of post-colonial Africa. Binding of black half cloth with gilt titles, red boards. The page block edges are not a hundred percent clean, otherwise the book is in fine condition--clean, unmarked, square, sharp corners, tight binding. Bright and colorful dust jacket is unclipped, just slightly ruffled along part of the upper edge. Atlantic Monthly Press, NY 2003. 403 pages. 6.5 x 9.3 inches. Atlantic Monthly Press, New York, 2003., Atlantic Monthly Press, 2003, Crown Publishers. Very Good. 0091834139 Stated First American edition. VG in VG dust jacket. Clean, tight and unmarked. Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly This followup to Esquivel's bestselling Like Water for Chocolate is propelled by the same jolly, reckless storytelling energy that has won the Mexican author so many fans, but skimpy character development and a breathlessly byzantine plot keep bringing the novel up short. Composed in a tantalizing style of New Age-sci-fi-magical realism, the tale is set in the year 2200, when astroanalyst Azucena Martinez, who lives in Mexico City, has been permitted at last to meet her twin soul, Rodrigo Sanchez, the man with whom she is to experience the ecstasy of perfect romantic union. And not a moment too soon; not only is Azucena terribly lonely, but she has finally paid off all the karmic debts accumulated in her 14,000 past lives. Alas for her, Rodrigo is not as karmically pure, and the day after their night of bliss, he is framed for murder and deported to the penal planet of Korma. As it turns out, this is all part of a divine plan: Azucena's quest to be reunited with her lover sets in motion a chain of events that will lead to the restoration of the law of Love on planet Earth. Esquivel punctuates her narrative with full-color "graphic novel" segments (by Spanish artist Miguelanxo Prado). The book also includes an 11-track CD of Puccini arias that figure in the plot and some remarkable Mexican "danzones," billed in the text as "Intervals for Dancing." In Azucena, Esquivel has created a delightfully feisty, unpretentious character; it is the reader's loss that neither she nor Rodrigo are ever fully developed, and that their love story is repeatedly upstaged by a fantastical setting and long-winded metaphysical discourse. First serial to L.A. Times Magazine. Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc., Crown Publishers

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The Law of Love by Prado, Miguelanxo (Illustrator) by Prado, Miguelanxo (Illustrator) - Paperback

1996, ISBN: 9780091834135

ID: 355922918

Chicago: Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., 1962. This July 1962 issue of Fantastic Stories has a color illustration of a blonde surrounded by fantastic shapes, with a man lurking in the corner. Cover is browned at edges; pages browned; some edgewear. Cover story is "The Singing Statues" by J.G. Ballard. Also included are stories by Nat Schachner, Robert F. Young, Albert Teichner and more. Black-and-white illustrations within. 129 pages; approx. 5"x7".. Soft Cover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Illustrated., Ziff-Davis Publishing Co., 1962, Crown Publishers. Very Good. 0091834139 Stated First American edition. VG in VG dust jacket. Clean, tight and unmarked. Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly This followup to Esquivel's bestselling Like Water for Chocolate is propelled by the same jolly, reckless storytelling energy that has won the Mexican author so many fans, but skimpy character development and a breathlessly byzantine plot keep bringing the novel up short. Composed in a tantalizing style of New Age-sci-fi-magical realism, the tale is set in the year 2200, when astroanalyst Azucena Martinez, who lives in Mexico City, has been permitted at last to meet her twin soul, Rodrigo Sanchez, the man with whom she is to experience the ecstasy of perfect romantic union. And not a moment too soon; not only is Azucena terribly lonely, but she has finally paid off all the karmic debts accumulated in her 14,000 past lives. Alas for her, Rodrigo is not as karmically pure, and the day after their night of bliss, he is framed for murder and deported to the penal planet of Korma. As it turns out, this is all part of a divine plan: Azucena's quest to be reunited with her lover sets in motion a chain of events that will lead to the restoration of the law of Love on planet Earth. Esquivel punctuates her narrative with full-color "graphic novel" segments (by Spanish artist Miguelanxo Prado). The book also includes an 11-track CD of Puccini arias that figure in the plot and some remarkable Mexican "danzones," billed in the text as "Intervals for Dancing." In Azucena, Esquivel has created a delightfully feisty, unpretentious character; it is the reader's loss that neither she nor Rodrigo are ever fully developed, and that their love story is repeatedly upstaged by a fantastical setting and long-winded metaphysical discourse. First serial to L.A. Times Magazine. Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc., Crown Publishers

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Crown Publishers. Very Good. 0091834139 Stated First American edition. VG in VG dust jacket. Clean, tight and unmarked. Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly This followup to Esquivel's bestselling Like Water for Chocolate is propelled by the same jolly, reckless storytelling energy that has won the Mexican author so many fans, but skimpy character development and a breathlessly byzantine plot keep bringing the novel up short. Composed in a tantalizing style of New Age-sci-fi-magical realism, the tale is set in the year 2200, when astroanalyst Azucena Martinez, who lives in Mexico City, has been permitted at last to meet her twin soul, Rodrigo Sanchez, the man with whom she is to experience the ecstasy of perfect romantic union. And not a moment too soon; not only is Azucena terribly lonely, but she has finally paid off all the karmic debts accumulated in her 14,000 past lives. Alas for her, Rodrigo is not as karmically pure, and the day after their night of bliss, he is framed for murder and deported to the penal planet of Korma. As it turns out, this is all part of a divine plan: Azucena's quest to be reunited with her lover sets in motion a chain of events that will lead to the restoration of the law of Love on planet Earth. Esquivel punctuates her narrative with full-color "graphic novel" segments (by Spanish artist Miguelanxo Prado). The book also includes an 11-track CD of Puccini arias that figure in the plot and some remarkable Mexican "danzones," billed in the text as "Intervals for Dancing." In Azucena, Esquivel has created a delightfully feisty, unpretentious character; it is the reader's loss that neither she nor Rodrigo are ever fully developed, and that their love story is repeatedly upstaged by a fantastical setting and long-winded metaphysical discourse. First serial to L.A. Times Magazine. Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc., Crown Publishers

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1993, ISBN: 0091834139

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Mexican novelist Laura Esquivel leapt to international fame in 1993 with Like Water For Chocolate. Her new novel strives to replicate the impact of that work with multimedia innovation in style and structure. This translation by Margaret Sayers Peden comes with a CD of arias by Puccini and Mexican danzones, and 48 pages of striking color illustrations by Spanish artist Miguelano Prado. The text by Esquivel is part science fiction, part new age spiritual journey, as she chronicles the efforts of 23rd century "astroanalyst" Azucena to find her twin soul. contemporary,education and reference,fantasy and futuristic,literature and fiction,romance,world literature Romance, Crown Publishers

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The Law of Love
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Laura Esquivel, Miguelanxo Prado, Margaret Sayers Peden

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The Law of Love

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780091834135
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0091834139
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Publishing year: 1996
Publisher: Crown Publishers

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