A Theater Criticism/Arts Journalism Primer: Refereeing the Muses examines the skill set associated with being a critic and arts journalist. It explores the history, evolution, and future of the profession in the United States, and carefully and purposefully dissects the preparation, observation, and writing process associated with generating thoughtful and interesting arts criticism. Using theatrical productions as the best and most vivid example of a storytelling enterprise that employs creativity, imagination, collaboration, aesthetics, and artisanship to effectively engage an audience, this book is intended to generate the critical thinking and critical writing skills necessary to effectively engage in all forms of arts journalism. It is designed to be used as a college-level textbook on theater criticism and arts journalism courses, for those looking to become more thoughtful, critical consumers, for casual critics thinking about starting a blog or working for their university newspaper, and for working critics hoping to improve their craft. The text is written in an accessible style and includes quotes from renowned critics and arts practitioners throughout as well as frequent sidebars that offer timely, insightful, and entertaining examples of the points being made in the text.
Jack and Margo are now in so deep that they can never turn back. Joined by Casey and Ibrahim, two other new members of the Society of Earth Shakers, they must find and protect an ancient and secret library buried beneath the shifting sands of the Sahara. On their breathtaking adventure, they must also face a terrifying group of desert-dwelling bandits, known as the Marauders, and make sure that they, and their vicious leader, never get their hands on the priceless treasures in the library under the sand. Earth Shakers: The Library Under The Sand is the second book in the exciting new adventure series from Hippo Books. Keep your eyes open for Book Three later this year! Earth Shakers is published by Hippo Books, a publisher dedicated to producing interesting, readable and fun books. This book is suitable for English students with upper-intermediate English or higher. Be sure to check out our other Hippo Graded Readers. About the Author: Danny Weiss received a degree in Civil Engineering and Architecture from Princeton University in 2012, and is TESOL certified. He has worked in a variety of different fields and on a number of different projects in Asia, Africa, and South America - most recently as an English teacher and contributing author for Hippo Books, and as a coordinator of international partnerships for a large American NGO.
This clinical guide describes the latest developments in planning, materials, and techniques for successful fabrication of removable partial dentures (RPDs). The fabrication of RPDs is demonstrated in a simple and easy-to-understand format, with the aid of numerous color figures and video clips and scientific support on each page. Care has been taken to provide reliable guidance on all aspects of clinical practice relating to RPDs. Readers will find information on decision-making regarding treatment options, clasp-retained RPDs and esthetic solutions, precision attachment-retained RPDs and double crown systems, implant-retained RPDs, maintenance and postinsertion problems for all types of RPDs, the role of RPDs in the management of temporomandibular disorders, restoring occlusal vertical dimension and centric relation.
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