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- Author: Stephanie Frank
- Publisher: Lulu.com
- ISBN: 1312197870
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- Languages : en
- Pages : 25
This volume explores the complete illustrated story of the Beatles from their formation, through the Beatlemania phenomenon, all the way through their breakup. Readers see how the band evolved and amplifed the uproar of the sixties, became politically and socially active, and achieved a lasting impact unparalleled in pop music. Chapters combine text and comics for complete information presented in a fun way.
The only major collection of illustrated Beatles lyrics in book form, this commemorative edition features autobiographical comments and quotes from the Fab Four, interpretation of the lyrics from 206 songs, lavish, full-color illustrations, and specially commissioned photographs.
This is a story where Rahul, Paromita, Suroma and Samaresh bisect and intersect boundaries of marriage, affair and friendship, evolving into an intriguing cocktail and mix of human relationship. Sabarna Roy looks at a marriage, an affair, and a friendship in a very in-teresting, and a fast-paced prose and gravitates to the idea of an open marriage in a modernist setting. It is a highly enjoyable read that strikes at our prejudices and regressive thoughts in a subtle and fleeting manner. A must read. True to his style, Sabarna experiments within the format of prose writing inside a single piece of novella. A starkly visual human drama!
". . . one of the country's most prominent experimental dramatists." - The New York Times Here are five enthusiastically received plays set in New York by Charles Mee: Coney Island Avenue, The Mail Order Bride, Queens Boulevard, Utopia Parkway, and Our Times: On the Street Where I Live. "You would have to be blind not to be impressed . . . " - CurtainUp.com "In Queens Boulevard . . . Mee essentially throws a lavish, heartfelt party for New York City's most diverse borough. Guests at the wedding of Vijay . . . and Shizuko . . . cavort in traditional Indian and Japanese costumes on Mimi Lien's festive scenic re-creation of Jackson Heights' polyglot street life; Russian bath denizens do a swiveling striptease to Pakistani qawwali music . . . ; the playlist riffs gleefully through francophone rap, Okinawan folk-pop and ABBA karaoke. Mee's loose-limbed plot - based on an Indian Kathakali play and inflected with Homer - sends his newlyweds on diverging quests, all the better for them to get instructively tangled in nets of social discord and obligation. Vijay's friend Abdi . . . passionately hammers home Mee's point: that the 'social love' of a community 'makes a safe place for our personal love to flourish.'. . . Dig in the dancing Queens, indeed." - TimeOut.com "Queens Boulevard . . . [is] absolutely bursting with vitality. . . . [and] it ends on a strong, feel-good note that has both actors and audience members exiting with smiles on their faces." - theatermania.com
Every one of the Beatles' songs has been illustrated in style. Includes photography, illustration and artwork to accompany the full lyrics of each song.