Lone Star Sleuths

Drowned. Man's. Key. Ken. Grissom. At the dawn of the twentieth century, Galveston was a major commercial center—the United States' third-busiest port and a leading Texas city. Then came the 1900 hurricane, the worst natural disaster in ...

Author: Bill Cunningham

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292717374

Category: Fiction

Page: 265

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A collection of thirty short crime stories set in Texas by a variety of writers, including Kinky Friedman, Mary Willis Walker, and Carolyn Hart.
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The Expeditioners and the Treasure of Drowned Man s Canyon

I folded the map of Drowned Man's Canyon and tucked it into the front of my sweater with its other half. “I've got one more to check. ... We ducked out of the Map Room and she locked the door and replaced the key.

Author: S. S. Taylor

Publisher: McSweeney's

ISBN: 9781938073670

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 320

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Computers have failed, electricity is extinct, and the race to discover new lands is underway! Brilliant explorer Alexander West has just died under mysterious circumstances, but not before smuggling half of a strange map to his intrepid children—Kit the brain, M.K. the tinkerer, and Zander the brave. Why are so many government agents trying to steal the half-map? (And where is the other half?) It’s up to Alexander’s children—the Expeditioners—to get to the bottom of these questions, and fast.
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Drowned Man s Lode

With a flourish , Kendall handed the girl a key . “ Your own private domain , Miss Diamond . And the key to bolt the rude world outside . " She looked at him suspiciously . “ Keys usually come in pairs , ” she said .

Author: Robert J. McCaig

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ISBN: OSU:32435055414080

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Immersive Theatre and Audience Experience

Punchdrunk have been continually refining the style of mask they use, and The Drowned Man's carnivalesque mask came away from the face over ... Rules of engagement—whether stated or implied—are key to experiencing immersive productions.

Author: Rose Biggin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319620398

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 225

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This book is the first full-length monograph to focus on Punchdrunk, the internationally-renowned theatre company known for its pioneering approach to immersive theatre. With its promises of empowerment, freedom and experiential joy, immersive theatre continues to gain popularity - this study brings necessary critical analysis to this rapidly developing field. What exactly do we mean by audience “immersion”? How might immersion in a Punchdrunk production be described, theorised, situated or politicised? What is valued in immersive experience - and are these values explicit or implied? Immersive Theatre and Audience Experience draws on rehearsals, performances and archival access to Punchdrunk, providing new critical perspectives from cognitive studies, philosophical aesthetics, narrative theory and computer games. Its discussion of immersion is structured around three themes: interactivity and game; story and narrative; environment and space. Providing a rigorous theoretical toolkit to think further about the form’s capabilities, and offering a unique set of approaches, this book will be of significance to scholars, students, artists and spectators.
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Isn t Justice Always Unfair

The novels — Drop - Off ( 1988 ) , Big Fish ( 1991 ) , and Drowned Man's Key ( 1992 ) are full of authentic detail about boats and diving . Notes 1. Quoted in Marian Walters and Jean W. Ross , " John William Corrington , ” Contemporary ...

Author: J. Kenneth Van Dover

Publisher: Popular Press

ISBN: 0879727233

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 369

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Isn't Justice Always Unfair? explores the uncommonly long and uncommonly rich relationship between the fictional detective and his or her South. It covers the satires and parodies of Mark Twain, the stories of Melville Davisson Post and Irvin S. Cobb, and includes the many writers who are using the detective story to compose inquiries into the character of life in the South today. At the center of the book lies an analysis of William Faulkner's exploitation of the genre.
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Everybody Hurts

This setting was to prove key in cultivating the image of The Drowned Man, as Carlson (1990) notes that the physical surroundings of a play can influence reception of the performance. This use of the surrounding area to reflect The ...

Author: Rebecca Williams

Publisher: University of Iowa Press

ISBN: 9781609385637

Category: Social Science

Page: 260

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Have you ever been a fan of a show that was canceled abruptly or that killed off a beloved character unexpectedly? Or perhaps it was rebooted after a long absence and now you’re worried it won’t be as good as the original? Anyone who has ever followed entertainment closely knows firsthand that such transitions can be jarring. Indeed, for truly loyal fans, the loss can feel very real—even throwing their own identity into question. Examining how fans respond to and cope with transitions, endings, or resurrections in everything from band breakups (R.E.M.) to show cancellations (Hannibal) to closing down popular amusement park rides, this collection brings together an eclectic mix of scholars to analyze the various ways fans respond to change. Essays explore practices such as fan discussion and creating alternative fan fictions, as well as cases where fans abandon their objects of interest completely and move on to new ones. Shedding light on how fans react, both individually and as a community, the contributors also trace the commonalities and differences present in fandoms across a range of media, and they pay close attention to the ways fandom operates across paratexts and transmedia forms including films, comics, and television. This fascinating approach promises to make an important contribution to the fields of fan, media, and cultural studies, and should appeal widely to students, scholars, and anyone else with a genuine interest in understanding why these transitions can have such a deep impact on fans’ lives. Contributors: Stuart Bell, Anya Benson, Lucy Bennett, Paul Booth, Joseph Brennan, Kristina Busse, Melissa A. Click, Ruth Deller, Evelyn Deshane, Nichola Dobson, Simone Driessen, Emily Garside, Holly Willson Holladay, Bethan Jones, Nicolle Lamerichs, Kathleen Williams, Rebecca Williams
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History of British Folklore

2 hold it a great fault , says Kracheninnikow , to save a drowning man ; he who delivers him will be drowned ... This spiritualistic belief among the Kamchadals is , no doubt , the key to their superstition as to rescuing drowning men .

Author: Richard Mercer Dorson

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415204771

Category: Social Science

Page: 416

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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Gentleman s Magazine

in the act of endeavoring to regain his position , dropped the keys of the irons from his hand , and they fell through the scuttle into the prisoners ' possession . No time was to be lost - each man liberated his neighbor ...

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Gentleman s Magazine

in the act of endeavoring to regain his position , dropped the keys of the irons from his hand , and they fell through the scuttle into the prisoners ' possession . No time was to be lost - each man liberated his neighbor ...

Author: Edgar Allan Poe

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ISBN: UOM:39015082365597

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Primitive Culture

says the pedlar ; " you that have lived sae lang in Zetland , to risk the saving of a drowning man ? ... This spiritualistic belief among the Kamchadals is , no doubt , the key to their superstition as to rescuing drowning men .

Author: Edward Burnett Tylor

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ISBN: UOM:39015005185213

Category: Animism

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Tylor's ideology is best described in his most famous work, the two-volume Primitive Culture. The first volume, The Origins of Culture, deals with various aspects of ethnography including social evolution, linguistics, and myth. The second volume, titled Religion in Primitive Culture, deals mainly with his interpretation of animism. On the first page of Primitive Culture, Tylor provides an all-inclusive definition which is one of his most widely recognized contributions to anthropology: "Culture, or civilization, taken in its broad, ethnographic sense, is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society." Primitive Culture remained the pinnacle of Tylor's career, important not only for its thorough study of human civilization and contributions to the emergent field of anthropology, but also for its undeniable influence on a handful of young scholars.
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