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by Karen Kimber,Stephen Wolter

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Author:
Karen Kimber,Stephen Wolter
ISBN13:
978-0899506890
ISBN:
0899506895
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Publisher:
McFarland Publishing (September 1, 1992)
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Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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1908 kb
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1200 kb
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Wolter, Stephen, 1958-; Kimber, Karen, 1945-. Who (Musical group), Rock musicians. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Uploaded by n on February 13, 2017. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

The Who In Print book. An Annotated Bibliography of The Who from 1965-1990. The bibliography is split up into several sections, each specialized on a different aspect of what was printed about the band.

An Annotated Bibliography, 1965 through 1990. Each entry includes the date, title, author and a single paragraph description of the articles contents. Even though it is not a complete bibliography (a next to impossible task) it is impressive and makes.

Multiple authors are represented, in some cases under pseudonyms.

Stephen Wolter and Karen Kimber The Who in Print An Annotated Bibliography, 1965 through 1990 Jefferson 1992 Leinen, 160 Seiten. Richard Barnes The Who - Maximum R & B London 1996 Paperback,168 Seiten, ca. 400 Abb. Olle Lundin The Who in Sweden Stockholm 1995 Leinen, 192 Seiten, ca. 450 Abb. plus CD. Joe McMichael and "Irish Jack" Lyons The Who Concert File London 1997, Paperback, 160 pages, 50 pics. John Perry The Who: Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy New York 1998, Paperback, Discography 176 pages, 25 pics.

An Annotated Bibliography of The Who from 1965-1990. The index at the back is very thorough, and there are some funny moments within the bibliography itself. It is extremely helpful to look through what was written while The Who were recording/touring.

Ed Hanel (compiler), The Who: An Illustrated Discography (1981); Joe McMichael and Irish Jack Lyons, The Who Concert File (1997); and Stephen Wolter and Karen Kimber, The Who in Print: An Annotated Bibliography, 1965 Through 1990 (1992), are for serious students of th. .

Ed Hanel (compiler), The Who: An Illustrated Discography (1981); Joe McMichael and Irish Jack Lyons, The Who Concert File (1997); and Stephen Wolter and Karen Kimber, The Who in Print: An Annotated Bibliography, 1965 Through 1990 (1992), are for serious students of the Who. Universalium.

Presents an annotated bibliography of 154 writing textbooks published or reissued in 1994. Includes sections covering developmental and ESL writing texts, first-year writing texts, advanced writing texts, and professional texts. Bibliography of Writing Textbooks.

An annotated bibliography of quartet music is needed. The annotation includes a prose description of the work, range, errors in printing, performance problems, and the publication date. This bibliography compiles annotations of works into a single source. A brief analysis includes progression of themes, tempo changes, and form.

Gurdjieff, An Annotated Bibliography (1985) New York: Garland Publishing, by J. Walter Driscoll and the Gurdjieff Foundation of. Walter Driscoll and the Gurdjieff Foundation of California, 363p. Contains an essay on the Gurdjieff literature by Michel de Salzmann, descriptive entries on all of Gurdjieff's published writings and music, descriptive entries followed by succinct annotations for 1108 English and 597 French items (mostly books, essays and articles) about Gurdjieff, and ends with a 40 page title index.

Contains 1,492 citations to printed material about the Who from 1965 through 1990 in English language publications published in North America or Europe. Divided into nine sections: books, articles, record reviews, concert reviews, film reviews, articles written by band member Peter Townshend, reviews of Townshend's book Horse's Neck, citations to other material, and discographies of the Who.