MacMillan's production is a rare blend of richly
layered choreography and story telling - Nao Sakuma is an excellent dance talent - those two qualities alone are worth the ticket price.
Japan is the largest life insurance market, but life insurers there were richly
capitalized until the economic turmoil in the late 1990s caused the stock market to tumble, forcing the government to institute more stringent reserve requirements.
But other pieces, such as a reflection on Mario Puzo and the mafia, and richly
drawn commentaries on Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and Billie Holiday, explore turf that is not associated with the author of classic texts such as Age of Extremes.
English novelist whose richly
allusive and descriptive works combine psychological probings--chiefly of sex and love--with an interest in the social and philosophical context of human behavior.
His text is accompanied by an interesting collection of historic photographs and richly
reproduced paintings that illustrate various attitudes to forests.
illustrated volume, with over 250 color illustrations, is an excellent introduction to the subject of Japanese textiles.
illustrated book celebrates the majesty of Greek temples.
These two small but richly
informative DK biographies of legendary presidents are highly valuable additions to any library.
As in all of Cleage's richly
layered novels, that isn't the only story line at work here.
One of the very best of those books is Dayton Duncan's Scenes Of Visionary Enchantment: Reflections On Lewis And Clark and richly
deserves ongoing recommendation beyond the famous expedition's anniversary date.
A highly recommended and scholarly contribution to American Military History collections, the twenty-four chapters comprising West Point: Two Centuries And Beyond shares the richly
informed and informative scholarship of that bicentennial conference.
Having had the "peculiar experience" of traveling both as a man and as a woman, writes esteemed British travel writer Jan Morris in the forward to this richly
illustrated companion to an exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery in London, "I have reached the conclusion that [at least since 1950] the female traveler has had it easier than the male." Host men in the preceding three centuries, however, would not have chosen to switch sexes, as Morris did on a 1972 trip to Casablanca.