Invisible Cities

Invisible Cities Author Italo Calvino
ISBN-10 9780544133204
Release 2013-08-12
Pages 176
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“Cities, like dreams, are made of desires and fears, even if the thread of their discourse is secret, their rules are absurd, their perspectives deceitful, and everything conceals something else.” — from Invisible Cities In a garden sit the aged Kublai Khan and the young Marco Polo — Mongol emperor and Venetian traveler. Kublai Khan has sensed the end of his empire coming soon. Marco Polo diverts his host with stories of the cities he has seen in his travels around the empire: cities and memory, cities and desire, cities and designs, cities and the dead, cities and the sky, trading cities, hidden cities. As Marco Polo unspools his tales, the emperor detects these fantastic places are more than they appear. “Invisible Cities changed the way we read and what is possible in the balance between poetry and prose . . . The book I would choose as pillow and plate, alone on a desert island.” — Jeanette Winterson



Die unsichtbaren St dte

Die unsichtbaren St  dte Author Italo Calvino
ISBN-10 3596905273
Release 2013
Pages 175
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Die unsichtbaren St dte

Die unsichtbaren St  dte Author Italo Calvino
ISBN-10 3446208283
Release 2007
Pages 173
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Die unsichtbaren St dte

Die unsichtbaren St  dte Author Tom Clancy
ISBN-10 3453430514
Release 1979
Pages 175
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Plato s Invisible Cities

Plato s Invisible Cities Author Adi Ophir
ISBN-10 9781134959730
Release 2002-09-10
Pages 224
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This book offers an original and detailed reading of Plato's Republic, one of the most influential philosophical works in the emergence of Western philosophy. The author discusses the Republic in terms of discursive events and political acts. Plato's act is placed in the context of a politico-discursive crisis in Athens at the end of the fifth and the beginning of the fourth century B.C that gave rise to the dialogue's primary question, that of justice. The originality of Dr. Ophir lies in the way he reconstructs the Republic's different spatial settings - utopian, mythical, dramatic and discursive - using them as the main thread of his interpretation. Against the background of Plato's critique of the organisation of civic-space in the Greek polis, the author relates the spatial settings in the Plato text to each other. This provides a basis for a re-examination of the relationship between philosophy and politics, which Plato's work advocates, and which it actually enacted.



Invisible cities

Invisible cities Author Dermot Bolger
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105008590254
Release 1988
Pages 152
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Invisible Cities

Invisible Cities Author David Shattuck
ISBN-10 1625490461
Release 2013-09
Pages 94
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INVISIBLE CITIES by David Shattuck attempts to chart the paths back into memory where connections are forged and lost in the backdrop of abandoned cities, past lives, and what Loren Eiseley called the "wild, impassible places" found in nature. The Invisible City is the one we build in our minds with memories and parts dreamed up to fill in the gaps where memory fails. It's where we first lived alone, first faced death, found love and lost it, and grew immeasurably into ourselves. "David Shattuck's INVISIBLE CITIES is a beautiful collection of poems, brimming with heartache and solace, lyricism and longing, wrenching desolations and the true comforts of the physical life. Drunk and drowsy by the shore, he writes, 'I am ready for anything: / like a fawn still wet / from his mother, stumbling / for the first time, / stunned at the insistence of air.' Here is a poet in the world's-grace-seeking vein of Jim Harrison, Richard Hugo, and Theodore Roethke. I have been waiting for a collection such as this from someone of Shattuck's generation for a long time."-Jonathan Johnson "'How wide the world had seemed, / how easy the surrender into it, ' David Shattuck writes in INVISIBLE CITIES. This surrender yields a book of departures but also returns, and unreels haunting portraits of people displaced between places both new and familiar to them-the cities they regret, the wild mountains and islands of pine, the rivers full of stubborn fish and drowned souls. But out of this restlessness, Shattuck forges moments of consolation, too, transmuting regret, turning exile into a kind of boon. 'And because I have nowhere / to go and no one expects me, ' he writes, 'I am the earth's / most fortunate son.' We, too, are fortunate to receive this striking and confident debut."-Corey Marks "David Shattuck's remarkable collection contrasts the richness of the inner life with the isolate journeys of consciousness through a coldly objective world that spares no one its vivid perplexities. In a language often reminiscent of the late James Wright, Shattuck's poems confront primary mortal facts: we don't know who we are, neither blessing nor suffering will stay, our separateness (fully admitted and lived) offers us our most profound experience of community. This is an important, first rate first book."-Christopher Howell



Angst

Angst Author Mojdeh Baratloo
ISBN-10 UVA:X004699113
Release 1989-03-01
Pages 103
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Invisible Cities

Invisible Cities Author Yifan Jiang
ISBN-10 OCLC:954227903
Release 2016
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Ideal city invisible cities

Ideal city  invisible cities Author Markus Richter
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105123272739
Release 2006
Pages 318
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Invisible City

Invisible City Author Helen Hills
ISBN-10 0195353536
Release 2004-01-25
Pages 320
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More than any other European city, Baroque Naples was dominated by convents. Behind their imposing facades and highly decorated churches, the convents of Naples housed the daughters of the city's most exclusive families, women who, despite their cloistered existence, were formidable players in the city's power structure. Invisible City vividly portrays the religious world of seventeenth-century Naples, a city of familial and internecine rivalries, of religious devotion and intense urban politics, of towering structures built to house the virgin daughters of the aristocracy. Helen Hills demonstrates how the architecture of the convents and the nuns' bodies they housed existed both in parallel and in opposition to one another. She discusses these women as subjects of enclosure, as religious women, and as art patrons, but also as powerful agents whose influence extended beyond the convent walls. Though often ensconced in convents owing to their families' economic circumstances, many of these young women were able to extend their influence as a result of the role convents played both in urban life and in art patronage. The convents were rich and powerful organizations, riven with feuds and prey to the ambitions of viceregal and elite groups, which their thick walls could not exclude. Even today, Neapolitan convents figure prominently in the city's fabric. In analyzing the architecture of these august institutions, Helen Hills skillfully reads conventual architecture as a metaphor for the body of the aristocratic virgin nun, mapping out the dialectic between flesh and stone.



The Arion Press Announces the Publication of Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino Translated from the Italian and with a New Introduction by William Weaver with Twelve Illustrations and an Etching by Wayne Thiebaud

The Arion Press Announces the Publication of Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino Translated from the Italian and with a New Introduction by William Weaver  with Twelve Illustrations and an Etching by Wayne Thiebaud Author Arion Press
ISBN-10 OCLC:42442470
Release 1999
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The Invisible City

The Invisible City Author Irene Kung
ISBN-10 8869653676
Release 2012
Pages 109
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Irene Kung achieved her early success as an artist known principally for still life painting. In recent years she has expanded her repertoire to include photography and has made a dramatic entry into the field. Her work has primarily been directed at depicting striking and beautiful architectural monuments, or fragments thereof, in Europe and the United States. The finished images are of a textural subtlety that sets them apart from the mainstream of contemporary photography. This book is her first monograph.



Invisible City

Invisible City Author John I. Gilderbloom
ISBN-10 0292778929
Release 2009-02-17
Pages 281
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A legendary figure in the realms of public policy and academia, John Gilderbloom is one of the foremost urban-planning researchers of our time, producing groundbreaking studies on housing markets, design, location, regulation, financing, and community building. Now, in Invisible City, he turns his eye to fundamental questions regarding housing for the elderly, the disabled, and the poor. Why is it that some locales can offer affordable, accessible, and attractive housing, while the large majority of cities fail to do so? Invisible City calls for a brave new housing paradigm that makes the needs of marginalized populations visible to policy makers. Drawing on fascinating case studies in Houston, Louisville, and New Orleans, and analyzing census information as well as policy reports, Gilderbloom offers a comprehensive, engaging, and optimistic theory of how housing can be remade with a progressive vision. While many contemporary urban scholars have failed to capture the dynamics of what is happening in our cities, Gilderbloom presents a new vision of shelter as a force that shapes all residents.



In Visible Cities

In Visible Cities Author Diana Artus
ISBN-10 OCLC:863156091
Release 2013
Pages 137
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"Paying a tribute to Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities, photographer Diana Artus takes us on a journey into today's 'Visible cities'. Keeping the original text very dimmed in the background and the title plain and clear on each page, Artus superimposes a photograph she took in a city somewhere around the globe-- from Mexico City, to NY, Toronto, London, or Istanbul, to name a few-- creating a contemporary visual journey through urbanity." --Publisher description.



Invisible Cities

Invisible Cities Author Chloé E. Atreya
ISBN-10 0975434705
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 166
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"Invisible Cities: A Metaphorical Complex Adaptive System" provides a novel means of contextualizing existing knowledge within an interdisciplinary framework, and demonstrates how art and science inform each other.



Invisible Cities

Invisible Cities Author Fay Brauer
ISBN-10 0980331579
Release 2013
Pages 6
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