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The Thing
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At an Antarctica research site, the discovery of an alien craft leads to a confrontation between graduate student Kate Lloyd and scientist Dr. Sander Halvorson.  read more
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The Thing
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Digital Sheet Music of The ThingComposed by: Charles R. GreanPerformed by: Phil Harris  read more
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The Thing
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Gilbert Keith Chesterton (29 May 1874 14 June 1936) was an English writer. His prolific and diverse output included philosophy, ontology, poetry, play writing, journalism, public lecturing and debating, biography, Christian apologetics, fantasy and detective fiction.Chesterton has been called the "prince of paradox".[1] Time magazine, in a review of a biography of Chesterton, observed of his writing style: "Whenever possible Chesterton made his points with popular sayings, proverbs, allegoriesfirst carefully turning them inside out."[2] For example, Chesterton wrote the following:Thieves respect property. They merely wish the property to become their property that they may more perfectly respect it.[3]Chesterton is well known for his reasoned apologetics and even some of those who disagree with him have recognized the universal appeal of such works as Orthodoxy and The Everlasting Man. Chesterton, as a political thinker, cast aspersions on both liberalism and conservatism, saying:The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of the Conservatives is to prevent the mistakes from being corrected.Chesterton routinely referred to himself as an "orthodox" Christian, and came to identify such a position with Catholicism more and more, eventually converting to Roman Catholicism from Anglicanism. George Bernard Shaw, Chesterton's "friendly enemy" according to Time, said of him, "He was a man of colossal genius".  read more
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The Thing
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Pages: 32, Paperback, Egmont  read more
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The Things
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Back Cover Text They came not in spaceships of flying saucers, but in microscopic spores drifting through the infinitude of space. 100 billion stars, 100 billion solar systems in SB galaxies like our own milky way galaxy. Why did they have to come to our solar system? Somehow they made it past the powerful gravitational fields of the huge frozen outer planets Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, and Jupiter. They made it through the asteroid belt. They avoided being burnt up on Venus, Mercury, or on the sun. Somehow they manage to land on the only planet in the solar system teeming with life - our planet - Earth. Of all the planets, moons and asteroids in our solar system, why did they come here? They were monstrous, hideous, snakelike, vinelike parasite things that attacked, entered, possessed, then duplicated the bodies of the terrestrial life forms. We humans are terrestrial life forms. Dr. Fugate discovered the alien things, but no one believed him. Now twenty years later those alien things live on and walk among us. Dr. Fugate made one very bad mistake. He reported the things to the government. He trusted the government and he should have known better. The United States government is secretly cooperating with those alien things and the President of The United States is probably one of those things! Now, twenty years later vast numbers of those alien things live and walk among us, and their numbers are increasing. Now Dr. Fugate is desperately trying to find a way to combat the alien things and save the world again. But how? It's too late! And he's too old and too sick, both physically and mentally. He has a bad heart, and he has a bad case of arthritis, and he's depressed. And worst of all he's crazy! He's paranoid schizophrenic. He sees and hears things that do not exist! The alien things send assassination teams against Dr. Fugate, because he knows something that can be used against them. Dr. Fugate realizes that, but he has forgotten what it is. He believes that the ans  read more
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The Thing
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Pages: 96, Edition: 1997, Paperback, British Film Institute  read more
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The Thing
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Pages: 134, Paperback, Independently published  read more
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The Thing
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Pages: 32, Hardcover, Enchanted Lion Books  read more
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the THINGS
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A follow up to the 1951 film 'The thing from another world'. Continuing the theme and developing it into a struggle on European soil.  read more
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The Thing
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A beautiful journey through an aching and desolated heart of a man trapped between his paranoid state of realm that he's so keen to keep alive, and the past that's hunting him for too long. We've all got that dark place where we keep the things that hurt us, and so does John. Has he denied too much of himself? Will he be able to reconstruct his life before the world crumbles to dust around him?Having wrote mostly essays his entire life, David E. tries his hand for the first time with his debut novel, "The Thing". Mixing dialogues and introspective thoughts, it's easy to see that his habit of arguing and decomposing things to pieces, then putting them back together in a gloomish, yet realistic style hasn't left him. Jumping from one chapter to another, in distant yet parallel situations, he manages to capture the distinct pattern of a tired and paranoid mind.  read more
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The Thing
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A short horror-story that will live in your imagination. You will never see an ordinary chair in quite the same way again.For those who are forever children, which means for everyone who enjoys a thrill of terror (and a laugh afterwards--but that does not include trolls, who never get the point or the 'horror' or the tongue-in-cheek humour, and so get vexed and discontented in stew of their own incomprehension and behave like the gormless ingrown toenails that they are).  read more
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THE THINGS
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"Back Cover TextThey came not in spaceships of flying saucers, but in microscopic spores drifting through the infinitude of space. 100 billion stars, 100 billion solar systems in SB galaxies like our own milky way galaxy.Why did they have to come to our solar system?Somehow they made it past the powerful gravitational fields of the huge frozen outer planets Neptune, Uranus, Saturn, and Jupiter. They made it through the asteroid belt. They avoided being burnt up on Venus, Mercury, or on the sun. Somehow they manage to land on the only planet in the solar system teeming with life our planet Earth. Of all the planets, moons and asteroids in our solar system, why did they come here?They were monstrous, hideous, snakelike, vinelike parasite things that attacked, entered, possessed, then duplicated the bodies of the terrestrial life forms. We humans are terrestrial life forms.Dr. Fugate discovered the alien things, but no one believed him.Now twenty years later those alien things live on and walk among us. Dr. Fugate made one very bad mistake. He reported the things to the government. He trusted the government and he should have known better. The United States government is secretly cooperating with those alien things and the President of The United States is probably one of those things!Now, twenty years later vast numbers of those alien things live and walk among us, and their numbers are increasing. Now Dr. Fugate is desperately trying to find a way to combat the alien things and save the world again. But how? Its too late! And hes too old and too sick, both physically and mentally. He has a bad heart, and he has a bad case of arthritis, and hes depressed. And worst of all hes crazy! Hes paranoid schizophrenic. He sees and hears things that do not exist!The alien things send assassination teams against Dr. Fugate, because he knows something that can be used against them. Dr. Fugate realizes that, but he has forgotten what it is. He believes that the answer might lie in the small, now deserted town in Western Kentucky where he first discovered the alien things. Somehow, he will have to return to Kentucky. And he is sure that the alien things will be waiting there, for him."  read more
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The Most Beautiful Thing
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How can he make sense of the world when he can't even make sense of himself? Joe is not like o....  read more
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Doing the Right Thing
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Pages: 144, Edition: 3rd edition, Paperback, South-Western  read more
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The Chief Things
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was condu....  read more
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The Ten Thousand Things
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In the turbulent final years of the Yuan Dynasty, Wang Meng is a low-level bureaucrat, employed by the government of Mongol conquerors established by the Kublai Khan. Though he wonders about his own complicity with this regime, he prefers not to dwell on his official duties, choosing instead to live the life of the mind. Wang is an extraordinarily gifted artist. His paintings are at once delicate and confident; in them, one can see the wind blowing through the trees, the water rushing through rocky valleys, the infinite expanse of China's natural beauty. But this is not a time for sitting still and, as The Ten Thousand Things unfolds, we follow Wang as he travels through an empire in turmoil. In his wanderings, he encounters, among many memorable characters, other master painters of the period, a fierce female warrior known as the White Tigress who will recruit him as a military strategist, and an ugly young Buddhist monk who rises from beggary to extraordinary heights. In The Ten Thousand Things, John Spurling endows every description - every detail - with the precision and depth that the real-life Wang Meng brought to his painting.But it is also a novel of fated meetings, grand battles and riveting drama, and in its seamless fusion of the epic and the intimate, it deserves to be compared to the classic Chinese novels that partly inspired it. The Ten Thousand Things is nothing short of a literary event.  read more
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The Thing in the Woods
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A FICTION HOUSE PRESS FACSIMILE REPRINT: Even today, in a certain sleepy Pennsylvania village, they....  read more
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The Thing Itself
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Adam Roberts turns his attention to answering the Fermi Paradox with a taut and claustrophobic tale....  read more
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The Done Thing
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The Done Thing - Negotiating the Minefield of Modern Manners  read more
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The Thing about Leftovers
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Pages: 288, Edition: Dgs Rep, Paperback, Puffin Books  read more
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