The author analyzes three encyclopedic
novels from Mexico, Canada, and the US--Carlos Fuentes' Terra Nostra, Jacques Poulin's Volkswagen Blues, and Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead--as well as the precursor of Herman Melville's Moby-Dick.
the contract is for the provision of French and foreign printed books, as well as the supply of subscriptions to French and foreign periodicals, scientific, technical, medical, and encyclopedic
cultural content, for teaching and research at UPMC.
From the symbol of the unit length angstrom, to zymogenous, which describes organisms that can survive in periods of dormant or rapid growth depending on the availability of organic matter in the soil, this encyclopedic
dictionary by Adrian (an independent consulting engineer) defines some 28,00 terms related to water treatment, wastewater treatment, excreta disposal, residuals processing, environmental health, and related applications and equipment, covering both proprietary and nonproprietary technologies.
He has a keen understanding of the institution, its rich and varied collections and programs, and its vital regional, national and international roles as an encyclopedic
museum and public institution.
Bryce's method of reconstruction and artistic appropriation of history has by now taken on encyclopedic
The previous champion--Panupol Sujjayakorn, 21, of Thailand--wen with an encyclopedic
memory of Scrabble's official word list, but had a limited command of spoken English.
Some contributors seem to have written their articles with an encyclopedic
format very much in mind.
Reference of Genomics and Proteomics in Molecular Medicine Detlev Ganten, Klaus Ruckpaul, eds.
His passion in life is heavy metal music, about which he has encyclopedic
The Treasury Of Knowledge: Systems Of Buddhist Tantra is book six, part four of an encyclopedic
set relating the entire breadth of Buddhist teachings as they were preserved in Tibet.
The author made a conscious decision to avoid encyclopedic
referencing to enhance readability.
All in all, this is an encyclopedic
work that takes an enormous amount of information and makes is readily accessible for either study or reference.
Also, despite the fact that Neal possesses encyclopedic
knowledge about music, poetry, current events, and popular culture and, although he does cite some influential contemporary scholars, including Cornel West, Toni Morrison, and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
The subtitle gives it away: there's much too much going on in this breathless, encyclopedic
tour of the spiritual dimensions of "the desert.
Always interested in new ideas, he kept his encyclopedic
knowledge of dance fresh.