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In his 2001 book, writer Robert Holden identified at least nine regional variations for the creature known as the bunyip across Aboriginal Australia.
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2001 and book
* Lynn Sherr's 2001 book America the Beautiful discusses the origins of the song and the backgrounds of its authors in depth.
Olson was working on her second book, The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House ( published October 2001 ) at the time of her death.
In addition to his novels, Campbell also wrote a column for X Ray Magazine in 2001, an issue of the popular comic series The Hire, comic book adaptations of his Man With The Screaming Brain and most recently he wrote the introduction to Josh Becker's The Complete Guide To Low Budget Feature Film Making.
He became internationally known for his best-selling and controversial book The Skeptical Environmentalist ( 2001 ).
In the chapter on climate change in his 2001 book A Skeptical Environmentalist he states ; " This chapter accepts the reality of man-made global warming but questions the way in which future scenarios have been arrived at and finds that forecasts of climate change of 6 degrees by the end of the century are not plausible.
His most famous book in this area is The Skeptical Environmentalist, whose English translation was published as a work in environmental economics by Cambridge University Press in 2001.
" Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire ( 2001 ) had a disappointing box office performance but is considered to be a " cult favorite " because of its unique art and animation style inspired by comic book artist Mike Mignola.
Since the turn of the millennium, notable successes among cult and midnight movies have been Donnie Darko ( 2001 ), the 2001 comedy Wet Hot American Summer, an absurdist parody of the pre-MTV summer camp genre, and the comic book adaptation Ghost World.
Several psychologists and ethologists have argued for the existence of animal consciousness by describing a range of behaviors that appear to show animals holding beliefs about things they cannot directly perceive — Donald Griffin's 2001 book Animal Minds reviews a substantial portion of the evidence.
* In 2001, Peter Ward mentioned an escaped clanking replicator destroying the human race in his book Future Evolution.
In both the book and movie 2001, astronaut and scientist David Bowman is on a mission to track the source of an alien artifact found on the moon, which leads to a moon around the planet Jupiter ( in the novel, Saturn ); the story takes place in the year 2001.
Brockovich's book, entitled Take It From Me: Life's a Struggle But You Can Win, was published in October 2001, and was on the NYT Business Bestseller's List.
Jeffrey Meyers, a prolific American biographer, was first to take advantage of this and published a book in 2001 that investigated the darker side of Orwell and questioned his saintly image.
In their book Trust Us, We're Experts ( 2001 ), they write that industries have launched multi-million-dollar campaigns to position certain theories as " junk science " in the popular mind, often failing to employ the scientific method themselves.
In 2001, his book Toward a Christian Theology of Religious Pluralism led to Dupuis being investigated by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, a department of the Roman Curia, which noted ambiguities regarding agreement between what he called a " Christian theology of religious pluralism " and the teaching of the Second Vatican Council and the popes of the council and later.
In August 2001, Mihdhar and Hazmi made several visits to the library at William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey, where they used computers to look up travel information and book flights.
Their 2001 book, Spreading Misandry, analyzed " pop cultural artifacts and productions from the 1990s " from movies to greeting cards for what they considered to be pervasive messages of hatred toward men.
A camera was used to illustrate Jean Rouch's subsequent book " Le Niger En Pirogue " ( Fernand Nathan, 1954 ), as well as Jean Sauvy ’ s “ Descente du Niger ” ( L ' Harmattan 2001 ).
The Big U went out of print until 2001, when Stephenson allowed it to be republished after realizing that this book that he considered inferior to his others was being sold at inflated prices for used copies because of its scarcity and collectors ' value.
2001 and writer
This episode was taken up by the modern Turkish writer Nedim Gürsel and made into the setting of his 2001 novel Le voyage de Candide à Istanbul.
Ivo Caprino ( 17 February 1920 – 8 February 2001 ) was a Norwegian film director and writer, best known for his puppet films.
* John B. Ford ( born 1963 ), English horror writer and publisher whose fiction focuses on death and madness ; launched magazine, Terror Tales, in 1996 and Rainfall Records and Books in 2001
* 2001 – Jean René Bazaine, French painter, designer of stained glass windows, and writer ( b. 1904 )
In a 2001 review of Midas Dekkers ' Dearest Pet: On Bestiality, Singer argues that sexual activities between humans and animals that result in harm to the animal should remain illegal, but that " sex with animals does not always involve cruelty " and that " mutually satisfying activities " of a sexual nature may sometimes occur between humans and animals, and that writer Otto Soyka would condone such activities.
A 2001 book by Quebec nationalist writer Normand Lester, Le Livre noir du Canada anglais ( later translated as The Black Book of English Canada ) accused Bennett of having a political affiliation with, and of having provided financial support to, fascist Quebec writer Adrien Arcand.
From 2001 to 2007, he was the writer for the long-running Marvel comic book series The Amazing Spider-Man.
Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca ( April 21, 1915 – June 3, 2001 ), more commonly known as Anthony Quinn, was a Mexican and American actor, as well as a painter and writer.