BOOKS — New Releases in the FOR BEGINNERS series 2015
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Every book in the series serves one purpose: to present to the reader in a straightforward, accessible manner the works of great thinkers and subjects alike. With subjects ranging from philosophy, to politics, to art and beyond, the For Beginners® series covers a range of familiar concepts in a humorous comic book-style, and takes a readily comprehensible approach that respects the intelligence of its audience. This series is for those who want to know more about a subject, but don’t want to get bogged down in dry facts. Each book is painstakingly researched, written and illustrated in a style that best suits the subject.
Dedicated to Glenn Thompson, the inventor of and the inspiration behind Writers and Readers and the For Beginners series.
For Beginners is thrilled to announce SEVEN new titles for 2015.
Lincoln For Beginners (January 13, 2015)
Stanislavski For Beginners (March 17, 2015)
Bukowski For Beginners (April 7, 2015)
Buddha For Beginners (Available May 19, 2015)
Saussure For Beginners (Available July 14, 2015)
The American Presidency For Beginners (Available July 2015)
Black Panthers For Beginners (Available August 18, 2015)
Buddha For Beginners, May 2015
Stanislavski was the first person to develop a cogent and practical system of acting. Throughout his life he sought the answers to some fundamental questions:
• What is great acting?
• Is there a grammar of acting? Can it be taught?
• What are the steps you should go through to create a character?
• How can you find inspiration at every performance?
Stanislavski remains the most important influence on actor training today. And yet many of his ideas are little known, or even misunderstood.
Stanislavski For Beginners charts the development of the Stanislavski system and how it grew from his own practice as an actor and director. The illustrated text includes a clear exposition of the key elements of the system, such as relaxation, concentration, emotion, memory, units and objectives, and thesuperobjective. Finally, the book explores the Method of Physical Actions, which he worked on in the years before his death, and which he called “the result of my whole life’s work”.
Stanislavski For Beginners is both an invaluable guide to the Stanislavski system and a fascinating chronicle of his life. It shatters some common myths and misconceptions, and blows away the cobwebs, bringing ideas vividly to life.
Charles Bukowski, novelist, short-story writer, poet, journalist, and cult figure of the dissident and rebellious was born in Germany in 1920 and died in the USA in 1994.
He was one of the most unconventional writers and cultural critics of the twentieth century. He lived an unorthodox, idiosyncratic life and wrote in a style that was unique—a style that is impossible to classify or categorize. His work was at times cynical or humorous, but was always brilliant and challenging. His life and work are distinguished not only by a remarkable talent for words, but also by his rejection of the dominant social and cultural values of American society.
Bukowski began writing at the age of 40 and published 45 books, six of them novels. Along with Raymond Chandler, he could be considered one of the great voices of Los Angeles. In Bukowski For Beginners, playwright Carlos Polimeni evaluates the life and literary achievements of the cult writer whose voice of dissidence an discontent is still heard and appreciated by readers worldwide.
For Beginners® is a documentary, graphic nonfiction book series.
For Beginners® is the graphic nonfiction series that deconstructs complex ideas. Every book in the series serves one purpose: to present the works of great thinkers and subjects alike in a straightforward, accessible manner. With subjects ranging from philosophy, to politics, to art and beyond, the For Beginners series covers a range of topics in a humorous comic book-style. Every book takes a comprehensive approach that respects the intelligence of its audience.
Dedicated to Glenn Thompson, the inventor and the inspiration for the series.
For Beginners® books are a documentary, graphic non-fiction series
Below is a list of the entire For Beginners series. From African History to Zinn, take a look at them all:
African History For Beginners by Herb Boyd, Illustrated by Shey Wolvek-Pfister
The American Presidency For Beginners by Justin Slaughter Doty, Illus by Kwadwo Amo-Mensah
Anarchism For Beginners by Marcos Mayer, Illustrated by Hector A. Sanguillano
Arabs and Israel For Beginners by Ron David, Illustrated by Susan David
Art Theory For Beginners by Richard Osborne and Dan Sturgis, Illustrated by Natalie Turner
Astronomy For Beginners by Jeff Becan, Illustrated by Sarah Becan
Ayn Rand For Beginners by Andrew Bernstein, Illustrated by Owen Brozman
Barack Obama For Beginners by Bob Neer, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Ben Franklin For Beginners by Tim Ogline
Black History For Beginners by Denise Dennis, Illustrated by Susan Willmarth
Black Holocaust For Beginners by S.E. Anderson, Illustrated by Vanessa Holly
Black Panthers For Beginners by Herb Boyd, Illustrated by Lance Tooks
Black Women For Beginners by S. Pearl Sharp, Illustrated by Beverly Hawkins Hall
Buddha For Beginners by Stephen T. Asma, PhD
Bukowski For Beginners by Carlos Polimeni, Illustrated by Miguel Repiso
Chomsky For Beginners by David Cogswell, Illustrated by Paul Gordon
Dada and Surrealism For Beginners by Elsa Bethanis, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Dante For Beginners by Joe Lee
Deconstruction For Beginners by Jim Powell, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Democracy For Beginners by Robert Cavalier, Illustrated by Reuben Negron
Derrida For Beginners by Jim Powell, Illustrated by Van Howell
Eastern Philosophy For Beginners by Jim Powell, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Existentialism For Beginners by David Cogswell, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Fanon For Beginners by Deborah Wyrick, Ph.D.
FDR and The New Deal For Beginners by Paul Buhle, Illustrated by Sabrina Jones
French Revolutions For Beginners by Michael J. LaMonica, Illustrated by Tom Motley
Foucault For Beginners by Lydia Alix Fillingham, Illustrated by Moshe Susser
Gender & Sexuality For Beginners by Jaimee Garbacik, Illustrated by Jeffrey Lewis
Global Warming For Beginners by Dean Goodwin, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Greek Mythology For Beginners by Joe Lee
Heidegger For Beginners by Eric Charles Lemay and Jennifer A. Pitts, Illustrated by Paul Gordon
The History of Classical Music For Beginners by R. Ryan Endris, Illustrated by Joe Lee
The History of Opera For Beginners by Ron David, Illustrated by Sara Woolley
Islam For Beginners by M.I. Matar, Illustrated by H.N. Haddad
Jane Austen For Beginners by Robert Dryden, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Jung For Beginners Written by Jon Plantania, Ph.D., Illustrated by Joe Lee
Kierkegaard For Beginners Written and Illustrated by Donald D. Palmer
Lacan For Beginners by Phillip Hill, Illustrated by David Leach
Lincoln For Beginners by Paul Buhle, Illustrated by Sharon Rudahl
Linguistics For Beginners by W. Terrence Gordon, Illustrated by Susan Willmarth
Malcolm X For Beginners Written and Illustrated by Bernard Aquina Doctor
Marx’s Das Kapital For Beginners by Michael Wayne, Illustrated by Sungyon Choi
McLuhan For Beginners by Terrance Gordan, Illustrated by Susan Willmarth
Nietzsche For Beginners by Marc Sautet, Illustrated by Patrick Boussignac
Paul Robeson For Beginners by Paul Von Blum, Illustrated by Elizabeth Von Blum & Ramses
Philosophy For Beginners by Richard Osborne, Illustrated by Ralph Edney
Plato For Beginners by Robert Cavalier, Illustrated by Eric Lurio
Poetry For Beginners by Margaret Chapman and Kathleen Welton, Illustrated by Reubon Negron
Postmodernism For Beginners by Jim Powell, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Relativity and Quantum Physics For Beginners by Steven L. Manly, Illustrated by Steven Fournier
Sartre For Beginners Written and Illustrated by Donald D. Palmer
Saussure For Beginners by W. Terrence Gordon, Illustrated by Abbe Lubell
Shakespeare For Beginners by Brandon Toropov, Illustrated by Joe Lee
Stanislavski For Beginners by David Allen, Illustrated by Jeff Fallow
Structuralism and Poststructuralism For Beginners by Donald D. Palmer
Unions For Beginners by Davis Cogswell, Illustrated by C.M. Butzer
US Constitution For Beginners by Steve Bachmann, Illustrated by Jorge Diaz
Women’s History For Beginners by Bonnie J. Morris, Ph. D., Illustrated by Phill Evans
Zen For Beginners by Judith Blackstone and Zoran Josipovic, Illustrated by Naomi Rosenblatt
Zinn For Beginners by David Cogswell, Illustrated by Joe Lee
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