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October
The 21st Century Superhero: Essays on Gender, Genre and Globalization in Film - Richard J. Gray II, Betty KaklamanidouSuperhero films are one of the most enduring genres of cinema, and their popularity is only increasing in the 21st century. These ten critical essays explore the phenomenon of the superhero film through the lens of numerous academic disciplines, and cover topics such as the role of globalization in the formation of superhero narratives, the shifting nature of masculinity and femininity in the superhero world and the state of the genre today. Of particular interest is the way these narratives, however fantastic, abstract, futuristic or simplistic, resonate with specific events in the globalized
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October
How the Brain Learns to Read - David A. SousaArmeducators with the most current neuroscientific information available on reading and effective learning and start students down a lifelong path as successful readers."
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October
Microbiology 101: The TextVook - Dr. VookLearn all about microbiology in this eBook. "Microbiology 101" presents what you need to know in an easy-to-digest format. This TextVook contains 4,000 words written and curated by Ivy League graduates, and stars Dr. Vook, Ph.D., a smart professor who explains everything you need to know. Whether you're interested in microbiology for fun or brushing up on a course you took years ago, you will advance your knowledge. You will be able to read these 8 chapters: -An Introduction to Microbiology -Microbial Growth -Metabolism -Molecular Biology of Microorganisms -Recombinant DNA Technology
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October
Let Us C - Yashavant KanetkarWhat sets this book apart in the crowded shelves of C Programming books is simplicity and its narration style. These two have been the most distinguishing features of all the previous 6 editions of this book. Today's C programmer has to not only master the complexities and intricacies of the language but also has to contend with its usage in environments like Windows and Linux. This book covers all these three aspects of C Programming very well. This book doesn't assume any programming background. It begins with the basics and steadily builds the pace so that the reader finds it easy to handle