The Lost World

The Lost World

The. outside. World. The tribe had handed over the guns to the two constables respectfully. The Atman team along with Ramtirtha reached the place where they had parked their cars initially. It took great effort for everyone to convince ...

Author: Pranay Bhalerao

Publisher: Pranay Bhalerao

ISBN: 9781638860952

Category: Fiction

Page: 254

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INDIA PRIME BEST AUTHOR The real Page-turner ~ PalPalNewsHub A jam-packed action-thriller-mystery ~ The Reminder Journal 2021: Apoorav finds himself in a barren place, without any existence of life. But decides to walk out of the place. He lands up in the deep dark jungle Tribe: The jungle has a tribal civilization, surviving on its own, without any contact with the modern world. They capture Apoorav After he kills the mafia men near the tribal village. Mafia: The jungle is not only the home for tribes, it is home for the mafia camp as well. 100 kilometres from the tribal village, there is a mafia camp looking to expand the land area deep in the jungle. And they get confronted by the tribe and Apoorav. 1980: The Atman team, a non-profit NGO, established contact with the tribe after the killings of the government officials by the tribe. Just to introduce them to the modern world. 1980, Satya: The underworld don in the city wants to set up the factory in the jungle to continue his illegal business away from the city, but the tribe has come in his way. It was the time when the mafia rule was at its peak All of them are glued with one horrific incident which shakes humanity and exposes the greed of modern men. Witness the gripping tale of humanity and existence, the story of The Lost World
Categories: Fiction

The Lost World

The Lost World

Challenger sat down upon the cut stump and groaned his impatience; but Summerlee and I were of one mind that Lord John was our leader when such ... And there we were, the four of us, upon the dreamland, the lost world, of Maple White.

Author: Arthur Conan Doyle

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780755387625

Category: Fiction

Page: 208

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High above the Amazon rainforest lies the hidden dangers of a lost world... Ed Malone, a reporter for the London Journal, is convinced by the larger-than-life Professor Challenger to join him on a scientific expedition to explore a hidden plateau in the depths of the Amazon, which remains frozen in a time when dinosaurs still roamed the earth. Seemingly impossible to penetrate, this lost world holds great danger for the expedition team, as they become embroiled in a war between a tribe of Indians and brutal ape-men, and surrounded by terrifying prehistoric creatures ...
Categories: Fiction

The Lost World of Agharti

The Lost World of Agharti

dictatorship German scientists and soldiers were sent on one fruitless expedition after another, in search of the lost world. In this remarkable book Alec Maclellan has pieced together the facts about Agharti - its history and influence ...

Author: Alec Maclellan

Publisher: Souvenir Press

ISBN: 9780285639485

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 240

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One of the world's oldest legends tells of a vast network of underground tunnels and passageways linking the continents to a subterranean kingdom. This utopia is said to be inhabited by an ancient race of people who have lived in seclusion for centuries, hidden from the sight of mankind but aware of eberything happening on the surface of the earth. The underground country is called Agharti. Tales of this 'lost world' survive throughout the world and explorers have searched for it for centuries. It has fascinated figures from the English occultist Lord Bulwer Lytton, the Russian theosophist Madame Helena Blavatsky and, most surprisingly of all , Adolf Hitler who based part of his philosophy of world domination on the legend of the subterranean 'super race'. Hitler was attracted to the stories of Vril Power, an amazing force that can control man and nature. He believed that possession of this power would allow his dream of a Thousand Year Reich and he sent scientists and soldiers in search of this lost world. Alec MacLellan has pieced together the history of the Agharti, and tries to discover the tunnels that lead to Agharti. Based on evidence collected all over the world, and embracing subjects from the origins of the peoples of America, the occult secrets of Asia and the lost continent of Atlantis, MacLellan provides the first assessment of what Vril Power actually was.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Lost World

The Lost World

What happens to the two professors by the time Malone returns from his adventure? 15. How do the explorers finally escape from the Lost World? 16. What does John Roxton carry back with him from the Lost World? 17.

Author: Артур Конан Дойл

Publisher: Litres

ISBN: 9785457769090

Category: Foreign Language Study

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В предлагаемую книгу вошел текст научно-фантастического романа Артура Конан Дойла «Затерянный мир», повествующего об опасной, но невероятно увлекательной экспедиции в дебри Амазонки. В ходе экспедиции группе исследователей предстоит столкнуться с поистине невероятными событиями, побывать на грани жизни и смерти и... даже повстречаться с доисторическими существами! Смогут ли они доказать, что все произошедшее с ними – правда?Текст романа незначительно упрощен и сокращен и сопровождается постраничными комментариями. В конце книги помещен словарь, облегчающий чтение.Книга предназначается для продолжающих изучать английский язык верхней ступени (уровень 4 – Upper-Intermediate).
Categories: Foreign Language Study

The Lost World of DeMille

The Lost World of DeMille

THE LOST WORLD OF DEMILLE TRACES THE COMPLETE TRAJECTORY OF THE great director's life and career but it is not quite a formal biography. John Kobal was interested in all aspects of early Hollywood history, the producers, stars, ...

Author: John Kobal

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 9781496825223

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

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Longlisted for the 2020 Moving Image Book Award by the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation As only an accomplished author, consummate collector, and savvy insider can, John Kobal tells the story of the man who invented Hollywood, Cecil Blount DeMille (1881–1959). Kobal narrates the story of DeMille’s life and follows the director’s career from his first film, The Squaw Man, in 1914, through the seventy films he directed culminating with The Ten Commandments in 1956 before his death in 1959. Even that first film received an enthusiastic response from the public, and that popular enthusiasm would follow DeMille throughout his career. DeMille got his start by observing a film being shot—once standing for hours on a box looking through a window, watching every move made by the director, players, and cameraman. From that humble beginning, he soon mastered the craft of directing and created one of show business’s greatest careers. Autocrat and artist, DeMille immersed himself totally in each picture he directed and demanded complete fealty from his casts and crews. DeMille was said to know more about what the American public wanted than anyone else in Hollywood. He pushed the boundaries of censorship, and audiences responded by forming long lines at the box office. From the American West to ancient Egypt, he created such magical films as The Crusades and The Greatest Show on Earth that brought vividly to life fantasies perfectly suited to post–World War I and mid-century America. Kobal describes DeMille’s impact on Hollywood as a director and showman. He argues that this master filmmaker stands for something largely lost in American filmmaking, a sort of naïve, generous, big-thinking self-confidence—a belief that all things are possible. John Kobal wrote over thirty books on film and photography. His final manuscript, The Lost World of DeMille, was completed shortly before his death in 1991. It is published at last by University Press of Mississippi.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Lost World and The Poison Belt

The Lost World and The Poison Belt

lost - world tropes and conventions , and , in doing so , helps shape and guide the emerging genre that would just a few years later be named " science fiction . " With The Lost World , Doyle introduces readers to a bril- liant and ...

Author: Arthur Conan Doyle

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262373777

Category: Fiction

Page: 447

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A heart-stopping adventure tale featuring a brilliant scientist—one as insufferably pompous as Doyle’s most famous character—and his unlikely trio, and its apocalyptic sequel. In 1912, the creator of Sherlock Holmes introduced his readers to yet another genius adventurer, Professor Challenger, who in his very first outing would journey to South America in search of . . . an isolated plateau crawling with iguanodons and ape-men! A smash hit, Doyle’s proto-science fiction thriller would be adapted twice by Hollywood filmmakers, and it would go on to influence everything from Jurassic Park to the TV show Land of the Lost. Its 1913 sequel, The Poison Belt, finds Challenger and his dino-hunting comrades trapped in an oxygenated chamber as the entire planet passes through a lethal ether cloud. Joshua Glenn is a consulting semiotician and editor of the websites HiLobrow and Semiovox. The first to describe 1900–1935 as science fiction’s “Radium Age,” he is editor of the MIT Press’s series of reissued proto-sf stories from that period. He is coauthor and coeditor of various books including the family activities guide Unbored (2012), The Adventurer’s Glossary (2021), and Lost Objects (2022). In the 1990s, he published the indie intellectual journal Hermenaut. Conor Reid is a podcaster and writer from Ireland. He has published widely on popular fiction and science, including The Science and Fiction of Edgar Rice Burroughs (2018). He is the Head of Podcasts at HeadStuff Media as well as the host and producer of his own critically acclaimed literature podcast, Words to That Effect. The podcast, which has been performed live in both Ireland and the United Kingdom, tells stories of the fiction that shapes popular culture.
Categories: Fiction

The Lost World of Genesis One

The Lost World of Genesis One

tions that make up this book, one of the issues raised in the list above should be addressed immediately. That is, there is no concept of a “natural” world in ancient near eastern thinking. The dichotomy between natural and supernatural ...

Author: John H. Walton

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 9780830861491

Category: Religion

Page: 192

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In this astute mix of cultural critique and biblical studies, John H. Walton presents and defends twenty propositions supporting a literary and theological understanding of Genesis 1 within the context of the ancient Near Eastern world and unpacks its implications for our modern scientific understanding of origins.
Categories: Religion

Secret Superhero The Lost World Circus Book 3

Secret Superhero  The Lost World Circus Book 3

The Lost World Circus Justin D'Ath. Penguin Books (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd, Rosebank Office Park, Block D, 181 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parktown North, Johannesburg, 2196, South Africa Penguin (Beijing) Ltd 7F, Tower B, Jiaming Center, ...

Author: Justin D'Ath

Publisher: Penguin Group Australia

ISBN: 9781742535906

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 144

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An electrifying new series from Justin D'ath, author of the bestselling Extreme Adventures. Colt Lawless is on the run, suddenly famous, and more than a little superhuman. But can he save the last animals on earth? Colt Lawless has been performing superhuman acts all over town. To protect his secret identity, he and Birdy have come up with the ultimate disguise. Superclown - completely fearless and impossibly strong. But when he wrestles with an angry panther at a crowded school disco, it looks like Superclown's cover is blown already. How will he save the world's animals now?
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Lost World Illustrated edition

The Lost World  Illustrated edition

And there we were, the four of us, upon the dreamland, the lost world, of Maple White. To all of us it seemed the moment of our supreme triumph. Who could have guessed that it was the prelude to our supreme disaster?

Author: Arthur Conan Doyle

Publisher: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing

ISBN: PKEY:SMP2200000180049

Category: Fiction

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The lost world is an area inhabited by dinosaurs, mammals, man-eaters and primitive people of the Stone Age. This territory - a rocky and inaccessible plateau - was discovered by Professor Challenger. But in scientific circles no one believes him. The scientist then organizes a second expedition to study the terrain. Its participants fall into various extreme situations, they face dinosaurs and ancient pterodactyls. With great difficulty they manage to get out of this mysterious plateau. Pretty illustrations by Vladislav Kolomoets provide you with new impressions from reading this legendary story.
Categories: Fiction

The Lost World of the Craft Printer

The Lost World of the Craft Printer

Whether generalizing their experience or narrating specific incidents , journeymen printers have founded a world as tangible and nonnegotiable as the foundry type and hot - metal slugs they once handled . That hot - metal typesetting ...

Author: Maggie Holtzberg-Call

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252017994

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 266

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"She finds that a significant number of printers independently developed similar responses to the deskilling of their craft and the threat of unemployment. Demonstrating a widespread consistency in themes and expressive forms in the printers' occupational narratives, Holtzberg-Call shows that what once served as the printers' rhetoric of tradition is now their rhetoric of displacement. Initiation rites, long apprenticeships, a complex and peculiar jargon, and a gallery of legendary figures once bound hot-metal printers into a specialized, highly regarded occupational folk community. The hot-metal printers' lore has survived in an exemplary form that functions as a source of reconciliation with the demise of their craft." "Holtzberg-Call analyzes how and why the printers traditionalize and idealize their work experience, drawing parallels between the shift from mechanical to computer typesetting and an equally disconcerting transition in the nineteenth century, when Linotype deposed handset type. She also shares her knowledge of the many aspects of hot-metal printing culture, from the life of the tramp printer to the meanings of various printing terms to the operation of a Linotype machine. One gains a sense of the conditions in the old type shops, where long hours, excessive heat, and poorly ventilated fumes from solvent, ink, and molten lead were the crucible in which camaraderie, pride, and fulfillment were forged.".
Categories: Business & Economics