3 edition of Glaza drakona found in the catalog.
|Statement||Izd-vo inostrannoĭ lit-ry|
|Publishers||Izd-vo inostrannoĭ lit-ry|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Eminentissimi Domini D. Joannis Bona S. Romanæ Ecclesiæ Titulo S. Bernardi ad Thermas Cardinalis Presbyteri ordinis Cistercienis Opera omnia
This time, King transports his millions of fans to a brilliantly imagined world of sorcerers and dragons, magic and adventure. Glaza drakona The Exorcist and Carl Sagan's Contact. First, it is essential to examine the novel itself.
Los Ojos del Dragaon: Cairculo de Lectores, 1988 [Spanish]. Twenty lines of Glaza drakona text measure 103 mm. The January 16, 1987 issue of Publishers Weekly featured a two-page ad for the novel. Chivers, 1987, 1988 large print. This hypothetical instance would be another example of someone who purchases a bestseller because of the author and not necessarily the content of the work. She's made it clear that she loves me, but has very little interest in my vampires, ghoulies, and slushy crawling things.
Assignment 5: Critical Analysis In order to ascertain what The Eyes of the Dragon can teach readers about bestsellers in general, one must examine among other things the style and structure of the novel, the type of the novel, the status of Stephen King as an author, and the relationship of the novel to other novels and to bestsellers in general. And fortunately for his fans, he has continued writing.
The cadence of the book lends it to reading Glaza drakona, and the narrative has the intimate goofiness of an extemporaneous story told to a child. Most reviewers seem to view it as a "departure" for King in that it is a novel of fantasy aimed at readers of all ages rather than a novel of horror aimed strictly at adults.
Of course, those qualities of the novel are important to its success, but the main reason it is a bestseller lies in the fact that its author is Stephen King. Indeed, the illustrations and many chapters help break up the novel into parts that make it easier to read and therefore more appealing to a greater number of readers. " Below that, in smaller type appears the following: "What better way to kick off 1987 than with a brand new Stephen King to join IT on the bestseller Glaza drakona.
The novel is a fantasy of fairy tale qualities that pits good against evil and beckons children and adults, a bestseller that is truly fit for readers of all ages rather than only adults. and that includes a refusal to 'talk down. The collision sent King flying into the air, breaking his hip, pelvis, thighbone, and some of his ribs.
"The best-selling master of terror takes a vacation with his latest work, a fairy tale for all ages, full of kings and sorcery.
Lewis, but those novels create an extensive alternate world just as Tolkien's do, and The Eyes of the Dragon has that touch of evil and fright especially evident in the descriptions of Flagg, the evil wizard that is not so prevalent in The Chronicles of Narnia.
It was good to have her come to me later and give me a hug and tell me the only thing wrong with it was that she didn't want it to end.