`To say that Atkinson can tell a story is like saying Sinatra can sing ... A powerful new voice has been added to the dialogue about [America's] origins as a people and a nation. It is difficult to imagine any reader putting this beguiling book down without a smile and a tear.' New York Times
British Films of the 1970s offers highly detailed and insightful critical analysis of a range of individual films of the period. This analysis draws upon an innovative range of critical methodologies which place the film texts within a rich variety of historical contexts. -- .
British Pop Invasion is a photographic record of that era using hundreds of rare Daily Mirror images, with text by respected author Alan J. Whiticker. At more than 300 pages, this book is a must for pop culture historians,baby boomers of the era and music lovers of any age.
Gorgeously illustrated with beautiful reproductions of the artists' works, plus contemporary portraits of each artist by Lisa Congdon, this is a thought-provoking and riveting tour of the distaff side of art history, from the Renaissance to Abstract Expressionism.