Daytripper 2009 1

Daytripper  2009    1

Author: Gabriel Ba

Publisher: Vertigo

ISBN: PKEY:T0653000015001

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels


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Bras de Oliva Domingos is an obituary writer with a famous father, a career he hates, and tons of questions. But those questions mean little when compared to a surprise that segues into an exploration of the meaning of life itself.
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

Daytripper 2009 4

Daytripper  2009    4


Author: Gabriel Ba

Publisher: Vertigo

ISBN: PKEY:T0653000045001

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels


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Bras' wife, Ana, gave birth to their son when Bras was 41 years old. However, as one life begins, another ends. And when it comes to his family getting bigger, why might he not want to welcome all its new members?
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Beatles Encyclopedia Everything Fab Four

The Beatles Encyclopedia  Everything Fab Four

Will” (Take 1): “Why Don't We Do It in the Road?” (Take 4): “Julia” (Take 2). ... “Yesterday”; “Day Tripper”; “We Can Work It Out”; “Paperback Writer”; “Yellow Submarine”; “Eleanor Rigby”; “Penny Lane”; “All You Need Is Love”; ...

Author: Kenneth Womack

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440844270

Category: Music

Page: 621

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This condensed paperback encyclopedia documents the enduring cultural impact and musical legacy of the Beatles, providing readers with a one-stop resource to the Fab Four's compelling story and breadth of achievements. • Provides an easy-to-use, single-volume condensed version of the hardcover edition of Greenwood's The Beatles Encyclopedia: Everything Fab Four • Presents expansive, detailed information about the Beatles' lives and their iconic music that secured their place in history • Analyzes the Beatles' body of work, including collective efforts and solo releases, and identifies the significant people, places, and events that impacted their work • Includes a selected bibliography of print and electronic resources that are accessible and useful to students and general readers alike
Categories: Music

El Eternauta Daytripper and Beyond

El Eternauta  Daytripper  and Beyond

Clarín .com (October 26, 2009). Internet. Accessed October 23, 2014. ... Daytripper. Tradução Érico Assis. Barueri, SP: Penini Books, 2011. ———. De Tales: Stories from Urban Brazil. ... 1 of Historias del bar. ———. Joe's Bar.

Author: David William Foster

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9781477310878

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 174

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“El Eternauta, Daytripper, and Beyond examines the graphic narrative tradition in the two South American countries that have produced the medium’s most significant and copious output. Argentine graphic narrative emerged in the 1980s, awakened by Héctor Oesterheld’s groundbreaking 1950s serial El Eternauta. After Oesterheld was “disappeared” under the military dictatorship, El Eternauta became one of the most important cultural texts of turbulent mid-twentieth-century Argentina. Today its story, set in motion by an extraterrestrial invasion of Buenos Aires, is read as a parable foretelling the “invasion” of Argentine society by a murderous tyranny. Because of El Eternauta, graphic narrative became a major platform for the country’s cultural redemocratization. In contrast, Brazil, which returned to democracy in 1985 after decades of dictatorship, produced considerably less analysis of the period of repression in its graphic narratives. In Brazil, serious graphic narratives such as Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá’s Daytripper, which explores issues of modernity, globalization, and cross-cultural identity, developed only in recent decades, reflecting Brazilian society’s current and ongoing challenges. Besides discussing El Eternauta and Daytripper, David William Foster utilizes case studies of influential works—such as Alberto Breccia and Juan Sasturain’s Perramus series, Angélica Freitas and Odyr Bernardi’s Guadalupe, and others—to compare the role of graphic narratives in the cultures of both countries, highlighting the importance of Argentina and Brazil as anchors of the production of world-class graphic narrative.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Lyrics in the Law

Lyrics in the Law

It took me so long to find out, But I found out.” Beatles, “Day Tripper,” at *1 n.3. 43. Kahn v. I.N.S., 36 F.3d 1412 (9th Cir. 1994). 44. Kahn, 36 F.3d at 1423; see also Rolfe v. Radway, 2009 WL 1873787 ...

Author: Mark W. Klingensmith

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498594875

Category: Law

Page: 382

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In addition to citing case law, Judges have traditionally used recognized legal maxims or treatise citations to support their rulings. But today’s judiciary is becoming more apt to use pop culture, modern music, as well as humor in their decisions. This book gives examples of how songs and their lyrics have influenced judges, provided themes for their decisions, and helped make existing law more accessible to lay persons. Mark W. Klingensmith examines the clever ways judges have used them to enhance their judicial writings and how modern day musical lyrics that have effectively become recognized legal maxims by the courts. judicial writings.
Categories: Law

Comics and Stuff

Comics and Stuff

introDuCtion I.1, page 24. ... Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá, Daytripper (2011). I.5, page 32. ... David Mazzucchelli's Asterios Polyp (2009) encourages us to read the character's emotional state from the disheveled mise-en-scène.

Author: Henry Jenkins

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9781479852741

Category: Social Science

Page: 352

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Considers how comics display our everyday stuff—junk drawers, bookshelves, attics—as a way into understanding how we represent ourselves now For most of their history, comics were widely understood as disposable—you read them and discarded them, and the pulp paper they were printed on decomposed over time. Today, comic books have been rebranded as graphic novels—clothbound high-gloss volumes that can be purchased in bookstores, checked out of libraries, and displayed proudly on bookshelves. They are reviewed by serious critics and studied in university classrooms. A medium once considered trash has been transformed into a respectable, if not elite, genre. While the American comics of the past were about hyperbolic battles between good and evil, most of today’s graphic novels focus on everyday personal experiences. Contemporary culture is awash with stuff. They give vivid expression to a culture preoccupied with the processes of circulation and appraisal, accumulation and possession. By design, comics encourage the reader to scan the landscape, to pay attention to the physical objects that fill our lives and constitute our familiar surroundings. Because comics take place in a completely fabricated world, everything is there intentionally. Comics are stuff; comics tell stories about stuff; and they display stuff. When we use the phrase “and stuff” in everyday speech, we often mean something vague, something like “etcetera.” In this book, stuff refers not only to physical objects, but also to the emotions, sentimental attachments, and nostalgic longings that we express—or hold at bay—through our relationships with stuff. In Comics and Stuff, his first solo authored book in over a decade, pioneering media scholar Henry Jenkins moves through anthropology, material culture, literary criticism, and art history to resituate comics in the cultural landscape. Through over one hundred full-color illustrations, using close readings of contemporary graphic novels, Jenkins explores how comics depict stuff and exposes the central role that stuff plays in how we curate our identities, sustain memory, and make meaning. Comics and Stuff presents an innovative new way of thinking about comics and graphic novels that will change how we think about our stuff and ourselves.
Categories: Social Science

The Beatles

The Beatles

ISBN 1-844-13828-3. • Miles, Barry (1997). Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now. New York: Henry Holt & Company. ISBN 0-8050-5249-6. • ”Beatles - Day Tripper / We Can Work It Out”3605. The Official UK Charts Company. 2009.

Author: Wikipédia,

Publisher: PediaPress



Page: 228

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The Beatles est un groupe musical originaire de Liverpool, composé de John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison et Ringo Starr. Il demeure, en dépit de sa séparation en 1970, l'un des groupes de rock les plus populaires au monde. En dix ans d'existence, et seulement huit ans de carrière discographique (de 1962 à 1970), les Beatles ont enregistré douze albums originaux et ont composé plus de 200 chansons. Une productivité particulièrement remarquable dans la période 1963-1966 où, entre les tournées incessantes et la participation à deux longs métrages, ils ont publié sept albums, treize singles et douze EPs. Considérées comme la « bande-son » des années 1960, les chansons des Beatles ont marqué leur décennie ainsi que les générations suivantes, et leurs mélodies ont été adaptées à de nombreux genres musicaux, notamment le jazz, la salsa, le reggae ou la musique classique et baroque.

Merkin and Flannery on the Arbitration Act 1996

Merkin and Flannery on the Arbitration Act 1996

[2015] QC 366; [2015] 1 Lloyd's Rep 256 (CA) at [37]. ... [2009] 1 AC 1101. 504. ... The day judgment was delivered, the Beatles' double-A single 'Day Tripper/We Can Work It Out' hit number 1 in the UK charts.

Author: Robert Merkin QC

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317433644

Category: Law

Page: 1046

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This book is an essential resource for anybody involved in arbitration. It is an updated section-by-section commentary on the Arbitration Act 1996, split into a separate set of notes for each section, and subdivided into the relevant issues within that section. It contains elements of international comparative law, citing authorities from many other common law and civil law jurisdictions. Beyond the development of law since the last edition, this sixth edition contains new practical features to aid the reader. Each section now has a new contents table, with each separate topic set out clearly and in a logical order, which acts as reminder for the reader. Further, each separate topic now has a specific individual reference, and the topics are grouped in a more systematic and logical way within each section, to improve readability. The book is primarily aimed at practitioners of arbitration both in the UK and abroad, including solicitors, barristers, arbitrators and judges who are involved in the practice of arbitration (whether domestic or international). It is also aimed at UK and international students of international arbitration, especially in relation to the sections with comparative legal analysis and comprehensive discussions on the interaction between the Arbitration Act 1996 and institutional arbitration rules. Erratum: The authors regret that the new version of the LCIA Rules will not now be published (or be applicable) until early 2020, due to unexpected circumstances. It is understood that those Articles referred to in the text as the 2019 Rules will remain unchanged, albeit that the Rules when in force should be and will be cited as the 2020 LCIA Rules. The authors accept responsibility for and apologise for this error.
Categories: Law

Visible Cities Global Comics

Visible Cities  Global Comics

Quadrant (1 January). https :// Feldman, Mark. 2009. ... El Eternauta, Daytripper, and Beyond: Graphic Narrative in Argentina and Brazil.

Author: Benjamin Fraser

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 9781496825070

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 302

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More and more people are noticing links between urban geography and the spaces within the layout of panels on the comics page. Benjamin Fraser explores the representation of the city in a range of comics from across the globe. Comics address the city as an idea, a historical fact, a social construction, a material-built environment, a shared space forged from the collective imagination, or as a social arena navigated according to personal desire. Accordingly, Fraser brings insights from urban theory to bear on specific comics. The works selected comprise a variety of international, alternative, and independent small-press comics artists, from engravings and early comics to single-panel work, graphic novels, manga, and trading cards, by artists such as Will Eisner, Tsutomu Nihei, Hariton Pushwagner, Julie Doucet, Frans Masereel, and Chris Ware. In the first monograph on this subject, Fraser touches on many themes of modern urban life: activism, alienation, consumerism, flânerie, gentrification, the mystery story, science fiction, sexual orientation, and working-class labor. He leads readers to images of such cities as Barcelona, Buenos Aires, London, Lyon, Madrid, Montevideo, Montreal, New York, Oslo, Paris, São Paolo, and Tokyo. Through close readings, each chapter introduces readers to specific comics artists and works and investigates a range of topics related to the medium’s spatial form, stylistic variation, and cultural prominence. Mainly, Fraser mixes interest in urbanism and architecture with the creative strategies that comics artists employ to bring their urban images to life.
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Beatles Diary Volume 1 The Beatles Years

The Beatles Diary Volume 1  The Beatles Years

BBC TV's Top Of The Pops premiered the new promo films for 'Day Tripper' and 'We Can Work It Out'. John's company, Drutsown Limited, changed its name to Lennon Books Limited. December 3 The single 'Day Tripper'/'We Can Work It Out' was ...

Author: Barry Miles

Publisher: Omnibus Press

ISBN: 9780857120007

Category: Music

Page: 384

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An intimate day-by-day history of all four Beatles from childhood to the break-up of the group. All the, TV and radio appearances...interviews, hushed-up scandals, the sex and the drugs...the triumphs and quarrels...and all the Beatles-related births, marriages and deaths. Essential reading for anyone interested in rock's most influential phenomenon of all time.
Categories: Music