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The Houses of Greenwich Village - Murphy, Kevin D.; Rocheleau, Paul
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Pages are Aged, Yet Clean: 1985 / 1986 Illiterati Press / Rollins 2-13-61 122 pages. Paperback : soft cover edition in good condition, a typical used book with wear to edges and spine. Some minor bumping or creases. Overall good / nice copy of this scarce title. Excellent reading on the subject. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand for yourself. Or would make an ideal gift for the fan / reader in your life. Reading is one of the great pleasures in life. About Author: Henry Rollins (born February 13, 1961) is an American spoken word artist, writer, journalist, comedian, publisher, actor, radio DJ, activist and former singer-songwriter. After performing for the short-lived Washington D.C.-based band State of Alert in 1980, Rollins fronted the California hardcore punk band Black Flag from August 1981 until mid-1986. Following the band's breakup, Rollins established the record label and publishing company 2.13.61 to release his spoken word albums, as well as forming the Rollins Band, which toured with a number of lineups from 1987 until 2003, and during 2006. Since Black Flag disbanded, Rollins has hosted numerous radio shows, such as Harmony in My Head on Indie 103, and television shows such as The Henry Rollins Show, MTV's 120 Minutes, and Jackass. He had a recurring dramatic role in the second season of Sons of Anarchy and has also had roles in several films. Rollins has also campaigned for various political causes in the United States, including promoting LGBT rights, World Hunger Relief, and an end to war in particular, and tours overseas with the United Service Organizations to entertain American troops. Born Henry Lawrence Garfield in Washington, D.C., the only child of Iris, a federal employee in the health and education sectors, and Paul J. Garfield, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who was a World War II veteran with a PhD in economics. When he was two years old, his parents divorced and he was raised by his mother in the affluent Glover Park neighborhood of the city. As a child and teenager, Rollins suffered from depression and low self-esteem.In the fourth grade, he was diagnosed with hyperactivity and took Ritalin for several years so that he could focus during school. His mother taught him how to read before he was enrolled in kindergarten; however, due to "bad grades, bad attitude, poor conduct," he was soon enrolled at The Bullis School, then an all-male preparatory school in Potomac, Maryland. According to Rollins, the Bullis School helped him to develop a sense of discipline and a strong work ethic. It was at Bullis that he began writing; his early literary efforts were mainly short stories about "blowing up my school and murdering all the teachers."; "it was a very rough upbringing in a lot of other ways. I accumulated a lot of rage by the time I was seventeen or eighteen." Rollins regularly rode to school in the back of the bus with a boa-constrictor. He has also mentioned that a Ramones concert helped shape his thoughts on music into becoming the musician he is today. Rollins has written a series of books based on his travel journals referred to as the Black Coffee Blues trilogy. They include the namesake book, Black Coffee Blues, Do I Come Here Often?, The First Five and Smile, You're Traveling. Others include See a Grown Man Cry, Now Watch Him Die, Get in the Van, Eye Scream, Broken Summers, Roomanitarian, and Solipsist. For the audiobook version of the 2006 novel World War Z Rollins voiced the character of T. Sean Collins, a mercenary hired to protect celebrities during a mass panic caused by an onslaught of the undead. Rollins' other audiobook recordings include 3:10 to Yuma and his own autobiographical book Get in the Van, for which he won a Grammy Award. Rollins also has toured doing spoken word performances which range from stand up comedy to more introspective commentaries on his childhood, such as the death of his friend, Joe Cole. He also speaks about experiences he's had with eccentric people. Rollins' spoken word style varies greatly, ranging from intense commentaries on society to playful, sometimes vulgar, anecdotes. . Soft Cover / Paperback. Good Clean Cond./No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Some b/w Illustrations. Poetry / Lyrics / Music. American Literature / Life., 1985 / 1986 Illiterati Press / Rollins 2-13-61, Abrams. New. 2008. Hardcover. 0810995204 . IN STOCK AND IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT - Flawless copy, brand new, pristine, never opened -- 224 pages, 200 color photos. , bibliog. , 4to. Description: "With its patchwork of secluded courtyards, gardens and narrow tree-lined streets, New York’s Greenwich Village is one of the very few neighborhoods that still retains the charm and timelessness of old New York. In this overview of houses from the early nineteenth century to contemporary Modernist examples, Kevin Murphy explores the architecture and interiors of eighteen houses and two gardens located in what has become one of New York City’s most exclusive and desirable residential communities. Beginning with the Robert Blum House (1827) , 'The Houses of Greenwich Village' traces the rich history behind each home and delves into the compelling biographies of its original owners and architects, revealing the evolution of structure, design, and style in the neighborhood throughout the nineteenth century, as well as its vibrant and at times eccentric character into the twentieth century. The stunning photographs by Paul Rocheleau were specially commissioned for this book and give readers unprecedented access to some of the most beautiful homes in New York." -- with a bonus offer ., Abrams, 2008

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The Houses of Greenwich Village" is an overview of eighteen historical townhouses in New York's Greenwich Village, a neighbourhood beloved both for its architecture and its residents. Beginning with the Robert Blum House - among the oldest houses in the area, built in 1827 and last renovated in 1893 - Kevin D. Murphy traces the neighbourhood's architecture and culture chronologically, ending. The Houses of Greenwich Village" is an overview of eighteen historical townhouses in New York's Greenwich Village, a neighbourhood beloved both for its architecture and its residents. Beginning with the Robert Blum House - among the oldest houses in the area, built in 1827 and last renovated in 1893 - Kevin D. Murphy traces the neighbourhood's architecture and culture chronologically, ending with Matthew Baird's Modernist House, which was built in 2005. In addition to archival photographs of the buildings as they were, Murphy's text is accompanied by 200 full-colour photographs of the interiors and exteriors of these townhouses, specially commissioned for this book by Paul Rocheleau. For a district defined largely by the creative movements it fostered, this type of visual history is a natural choice, evoking nostalgia for a golden age of art and literature as well as providing a glimpse into some of New York's most sumptuous private residences. Over the past two centuries, Greenwich Village has witnessed the births of bohemianism, the avant-garde, the gay rights movement, folk rock, the AIDS epidemic and protests against two unpopular wars; it has been home to hundreds of artists, writers and musicians including Henry James, Norman Rockwell, Edward Hopper, Jackson Pollock, and Bob Dylan. The 'decline' of the neighbourhood as affluent New Yorkers moved north at the turn of the twentieth century helped make the area a hotbed of eccentric, radical counterculture activity and although its heyday as a community of impoverished innovators is long gone and real estate prices have skyrocketed in the last twenty years, the glory days of Greenwich Village live on in legend. Books, Art, Architecture and Photography~~Architecture~~Professional Interior Design, The Houses Of Greenwich Village~~Book~~9780810995208~~Kevin D. Murphy, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Harry N. Abrams]

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With its patchwork of secluded courtyards, gardens and narrow tree-lined streets, New York's Greenwich Village is one of the very few neighborhoods that still retains the charm and timelessness of old New York. In this overview of houses from the early nineteenth century to contemporary Modernist examples, Kevin Murphy explores the architecture and interiors of eighteen houses and two gardens located in what has become one of New York City's most exclusive and desirable residential communities.Beginning with the Robert Blum House (1827), The Houses of Greenwich Village traces the rich history behind each home and delves into the compelling biographies of its original owners and architects, revealing the evolution of structure, design, and style in the neighborhood throughout the nineteenth century, as well as its vibrant and at times eccentric character into the twentieth century. The stunning photographs by Paul Rocheleau were specially commissioned for this book and give readers unprecedented access to some of the most beautiful homes in New York. americas,architecture,arts music and photography,buildings,crafts and hobbies,engineering,engineering and transportation,home and garden,history,home decorating and design Engineering & Transportation, Harry N. Abrams

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[EAN: 9780810995208], [PU: ABRAMS May 2008], Architecture|Domestic, Architecture|General, Architecture|History, House & Home|General, With its patchwork of secluded courtyards, gardens and narrow tree-lined streets, New York's Greenwich Village is one of the very few neighborhoods that still retains the charm and timelessness of old New York. In this overview of houses from the early nineteenth century to contemporary Modernist examples, Kevin Murphy explores the architecture and interiors of eighteen houses and two gardens located in what has become one of New York City's most exclusive and desirable residential communities. Beginning with the Robert Blum House (1827), 'The Houses of Greenwich Village' traces the rich history behind each home and delves into the compelling biographies of its original owners and architects, revealing the evolution of structure, design, and style in the neighborhood throughout the nineteenth century, as well as its vibrant and at times eccentric character into the twentieth century. The stunning photographs by Paul Rocheleau were specially commissioned for this book and give readers unprecedented access to some of the most beautiful homes in New York.

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The Houses of Greenwich Village
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Murphy, Kevin D.

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The Houses of Greenwich Village

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0810995204

Offers an overview of eighteen historical townhouses in New York's Greenwich Village, a neighbourhood beloved both for its architecture and its residents. This book traces the neighbourhood's architecture and culture chronologically. It includes 200 full-colour photographs of the interiors and exteriors of these townhouses.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780810995208
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0810995204
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: Abrams Books
223 Seiten
Gewicht: 1,431 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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