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Cage of Eden by Yoshinobu Yamada

Title Cage of Eden
Author Yoshinobu Yamada
Publisher
Release 2011
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 191
ISBN 9781935429258
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Akira and his classmates crash-land on a deserted island, they discover the island does not exist on any map and that the resident animals of the island are supposed to have been extinct.

Cage of Eden by Yoshinobu Yamada

Title Cage of Eden
Author Yoshinobu Yamada
Publisher Kodansha Comics
Release 2015
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1612625150
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cage of Eden 21 by Yoshinobu Yamada

Title Cage of Eden 21
Author Yoshinobu Yamada
Publisher Cage of Eden
Release 2017-05-16
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781632361257
Language English, Spanish, and French
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FINAL VOLUME! The island-bound sci-fi horror adventure reaches its thrilling conclusion!

Mount Eden by Florence Marryat

Title Mount Eden
Author Florence Marryat
Publisher
Release 1890
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title South African Bee Journal
Author
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Release 1952
Category Bees
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sessional papers Inventory control record 1 by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

Title Sessional papers Inventory control record 1
Author Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Publisher
Release 1904
Category
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Musicians Wrestle Everywhere by Carlton Lowenberg

Title Musicians Wrestle Everywhere
Author Carlton Lowenberg
Publisher Scarecrow Press
Release 1992
Category Music
Total Pages 210
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Emily Dickinson's astonishingly original poems, with their keen imagery and highly charged but economically expressed emotion, have inspired numerous composers to set them to music. This book provides a detailed inventory of 1,615 musical settings of Emily Dickinson's texts, by 276 composers, written between 1896 and 1991.

Title Coaching in the Garden of Eden Galesville 1929
Author Joseph R. Wrend
Publisher
Release 1981
Category Galesville (Wis.)
Total Pages 103
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After Eden by Kirkpatrick Sale

Title After Eden
Author Kirkpatrick Sale
Publisher
Release 2006
Category History
Total Pages 186
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When did the human species turn against the planet that we depend on for survival? Human industry and consumption of resources have altered the climate, polluted the water and soil, destroyed ecosystems, and rendered many species extinct, vastly increasing the likelihood of an ecological catastrophe. How did humankind come to rule nature to such an extent? To regard the planet's resources and creatures as ours for the taking? To find ourselves on a seemingly relentless path toward ecocide? In After Eden, Kirkpatrick Sale answers these questions in a radically new way. Integrating research in paleontology, archaeology, and anthropology, he points to the beginning of big-game hunting as the origin of Homo sapiens' estrangement from the natural world. Sale contends that a new, recognizably modern human culture based on the hunting of large animals developed in Africa some 70,000 years ago in response to a fierce plunge in worldwide temperature triggered by an enormous volcanic explosion in Asia. Tracing the migration of populations and the development of hunting thousands of years forward in time, he shows that hunting became increasingly adversarial in relation to the environment as people fought over scarce prey during Europe's glacial period between 35,000 and 10,000 years ago. By the end of that era, humans' idea that they were the superior species on the planet, free to exploit other species toward their own ends, was well established. After Eden is a sobering tale, but not one without hope. Sale asserts that Homo erectus, the variation of the hominid species that preceded Homo sapiens and survived for nearly two million years, did not attempt to dominate the environment. He contends that vestiges of this more ecologically sound way of life exist today--in some tribal societies, in the central teachings of Hinduism and Buddhism, and in the core principles of the worldwide environmental movement--offering redemptive possibilities for ourselves and for the planet.

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