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Fri Mar 21 17:14:10 2014 UTClccn-n801277490.00[Player File0.351.00J.M. Synge, Queens : [illustrated with nine colour reproductions of stained glass] /64809213Harry_Clarken 80127749508168Clarke, HarryClarke, Harry, 1890-Clarke, Harry, b. 1890Clarke, Henry P. 1889-1931Clarke, Henry Patrick, 1889-1931Harry Clarkeクラーク, ハリーlccn-n79029745Poe, Edgar Allan1809-1849lccn-n79003362Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von1749-1832lccn-n80127748Bowe, Nicola Gordonlccn-n50008674Taylor, Bayard1825-1878trllccn-n79022941Andersen, H. C.(Hans Christian)1805-1875lccn-n79018715Perrault, Charles1628-1703lccn-n90677713Anster, John1793-1867trllccn-nr2001000081J.J. Little and Ives Companyprtbndnc-tudor publishing coTudor Publishing Copbllccn-no91025623Walters, L. D'O(Lettice D'Oyly)1880-comClarke, Harry1889-1931DramaIllustrationsFictionShort storiesPoetryDetective and mystery stories, AmericanJuvenile worksBiographyRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcHorror tales, AmericanFairy talesFantasy fiction, AmericanFaust,Detective and mystery stories, AmericanDevilFaust (Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von)Good and evilRedemptionDetective and mystery storiesShort stories, AmericanClarke, Harry,Children's stories, DanishDenmarkChildren's stories, AmericanTaylor, Bayard,Horror talesIrelandGlass painting and stainingPoe, Edgar Allan,Glass paintersShort storiesDramaViolenceAnxietyDeathSuspense fictionFranceEnglish languageChildren's stories, FrenchGhost storiesOperaGoethe, Johann Wolfgang von,German dramaGerman poetryEnglish poetryIllustratorsReaders (Adult)Reading comprehensionMysteryGraphic artsEnglandVampiresShort stories, SpanishSpanish fictionEnglish fictionDelacroix, Eugène,Illustration of booksIllustrated booksEngland--Cambridge18891931191519161917191819191920192219231924192519281929193019311932193319351936193919401942194719561962196319671971197219761979198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199820002003200420072008200920102011201220133234140317832.62PZ3.P752ocn000274907ocn002015653ocn017565194ocn002380993ocn003031644ocn004051937ocn004373225ocn001099238ocn003873379ocn001372065ocn81528274897846ocn000274907book19190.22Poe, Edgar AllanTales of mystery and imaginationCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionIllustrationsShort storiesDetective and mystery stories, AmericanPresents an anthology of tales of horror and the supernatural+-+470973032549328ocn002015653book18560.39Goethe, Johann Wolfgang vonFaust, a tragedyLegendsPoetryIllustrationsDramaLe docteur Faust découvre amèrement qu'il a brûlé les plus belles années de sa vie à la recherche du savoir. Tenté par le suicide, il voit apparaître le diable en la personne de Méphistophélès. Celui-ci lui propose un pacte : son âme en échange de la jeunesse et de tous les plaisirs. Faust accepte18923ocn808127077book19150.08Andersen, H. CFairy talesJuvenile worksFictionFairy tales"Hans Christian Andersen published his first collection of fairy tales in 1835, and continued to issue subsequent volumes until 1872, three years before his death. Marte Hvam Hult's new translation is based on the first five volumes of H. C. Andersens Eventyr (1963-1967)"--T.p. verso+-+151735840617817ocn004051937book19200.08Perrault, CharlesThe fairy tales of Charles PerraultJuvenile worksOur most beloved fairy tales retold for a modern audience by Angela Carter, including 'Cinderella', 'Little Red Riding Hood' and 'Sleeping Beauty'1583ocn010711957book19830.66Bowe, Nicola GordonHarry Clarke, his graphic artBiography1461ocn012144526book19790.25Poe, Edgar AllanTales of Edgar Allan PoeIncludes : Tales of the grotesque and arabesque - King Pest ; M.S. found in a bottle ; Silence - a fabel ; Berenice ; William Wilson ; Ligeia ; The Assignation ; The Facts in the case of M. Valdemar ; Tales of horror and suspense - The Pit and the pendulum ; The Fall of the House of Usher ; The Cask of Amontillado ; A Descent into the Maelstrom ; The Tell-Tale heart ; The Black cat ; The Masque of the red death ; Tales of Ratiocination - The Gold-bug ; The Murder in the Rue Morgue ; The Purloined letter1045ocn002380993book19200.73Walters, L. D'OThe year's at the spring : an anthology of recent poetry683ocn007441272book19280.76Swinburne, Algernon CharlesSelected poems of Algernon Charles Swinburne564ocn302387279book20090.32PoeFictionCollects revisions of seven of Edgar Allan Poe's tales of terror, crime, and darkness, including "The Raven," "The Fall of the House of Usher," and "The Black Cat."+-+4727731493436ocn007485937book19620.07Clarke, HarryMagicJuvenile worksHandbooks, manuals, etc321ocn016091087book19860.06Perrault, CharlesCharles Perrault's classic fairy tales291ocn011044385book19820.07Andersen, H. CFairy talesJuvenile worksThe fairy tales of the Danish storyteller whose The Ugly Duckling, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, The Little Mermaid, The Nightingale, and The Emperor's New Clothes are known to children all over the world282ocn257561261book20080.23Poe, Edgar AllanEdgar Allan Poe : annotated and illustrated : entire stories and poems+-+5352928846267ocn030417597book19830.08Poe, Edgar AllanEl gato negro+-+8656070293181ocn191955580book20070.18Poe, Edgar AllanAlle verhalenVerzameld scheppend proza van de Amerikaanse schrijver (1809-1849)182ocn832584439book20120.19Poe, Edgar AllanCollected stories and poems152ocn677646712book20080.15Poe, Edgar AllanIn the shadow of the master : classic talesCollects sixteen tales, and one excerpt, of work by horror master Edgar Allan Poe, with twenty essays by authors such as Stephen King, Sara Paretsky, Jan Burke, and Nelson DeMille that cover how Poe inspired their own work or won their admiration+-+7485416155113ocn057297591visu20030.47Doherty, John JHarry Clarke, darkness in lightHarry Clarke, one of Ireland's greatest and most neglected artists, created an often bizarre world in stained glass and book illustration. His work is a heady mix of the beautiful and the grotesque, the ethereal and the demonic. Born into the stained glass profession, Clarke displayed his talents at an early age, and in his short life, he created some dazzling works. As a result, he was in demand from churches all over Ireland, Scotland, and England, as well as Australia and the United States. But Clark s artwork took a dark turn and many of his images were deemed obscene. As his imagination progressively leaned to the grotesque, his decadent work met with resistance. In this revealing film, Clarke's tragic story represents a fascinating collision of Church, State and art and one man s battle for freedom of expression111ocn809564450book20120.27Poe, Edgar AllanDead brides : [vampire tales]FictionShort stories112ocn219995053book19820.23Hann, WilliamExpedition of exploration to the Endeavour River, Cape York Peninsula, 1872Records and correspondence1743ocn025746109book19890.70Bowe, Nicola GordonThe life and work of Harry ClarkeHistoryBiography+-+K709701625471ocn620371441book20100.76Costigan, LucyStrangest genius : the stained glass of Harry ClarkeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsHarry Clarke (18891931) was undoubtedly Ireland's greatest stained glass artist. During his short life Harry created stained glass windows for churches, private dwellings, and commercial venues throughout Ireland and England, as well as in the United Statesand Australia. Also an illustrator of books for Harrap and Co+-+6624330936462ocn007173585book19790.84Bowe, Nicola GordonHarry Clarke : a monograph and catalogue published to coincide with the exhibition "Harry Clarke", 12 November to 8 December 1979 at the Douglas Hyde GalleryExhibition catalogs281ocn231749950book20080.88Clarke, HarryTen original illustrations for Hans Christian Andersen's fairy talesExhibition catalogs212ocn828182330book20120.93Bowe, Nicola GordonHarry Clarke : the life & workHistoryBiography191ocn620150234book20100.23Clarke, HarryNightmares in decay : the Edgar Allan Poe illustrationsIllustrations+-+0582467546151ocn019127188book19880.86Clarke, HarryThe stained glass of Harry Clarke, 1889-1931 : [catalogue of an exhibition held] 3 May - 3 June 1988143ocn010625538book19830.66Bowe, Nicola GordonHarry Clarke, his graphic artBiography101ocn052288593book20030.66Steenson, Martin MooreA bibliographical checklist of the work of Harry ClarkeBibliography71ocn797974856book20120.06O'Donnell, JessicaHarry Clarke : the eve of St Agnes ; an introduction for young peopleJuvenile works51ocn864852868book20130.97Staunton, AverilHarry Clarke's liquid light : stained-glass windows of St. Mary's Church, Ballinrobe51ocn144702877book19790.86Clarke, HarryHarry Clarke : a monograph and catalogue :Exhibition catalogs31ocn314996734book19200.47St. Joseph's Church (Terenure)Stained glass memorial window, St. Joseph's, Terenure: souvenir of dedication21ocn056093097book19861.00Clarke, HarryJ.M. Synge, Queens : [illustrated with nine colour reproductions of stained glass]22ocn828440950book19820.47Bowe, Nicola GordonThe life and work of Harry Clarke (1889-1931)Dissertations, Academic11ocn261565052book20070.47Pruchnicki, Suzanne SmithIreland's new golden age11ocn137328648art1988Weinberg, Robert EClarke, Harry11ocn056403206mix[Player File :Player file includes material documenting his baseball career and personal life. These items may include newspaper and magazine articles, biographical material, press releases, copies of original documents, and other sundry items. Some player files may not contain any material due to the brevity of his career and/or the time period which he played. File contents: folder 1 (1889- )11ocn810573890book19880.47Fine Art SocietyThe stained glass of Harry Clarke : [catalogue of an exhibition by the Fine Art Society, London, 3 May - 3 June 1988]Exhibition catalogs11ocn664125994mix0.47Clarke, Harry[Harry Clarke :+-+4727731493+-+4727731493Fri Mar 21 15:22:04 EDT 2014batch25607