7 edition of Gargoyles found in the catalog.
October 17, 2006
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The Gargoyle Book: Examples from Gothic Architecture (Dover Architecture) She also carves gargoyles out of stone by "listening" to the voices of the gargoyles trapped within the stone.
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“The celebrated medievalist Michael Camille takes on the modern era in this sweeping and brave book—with staggeringly original results. Exploring the indispensability of the monstrous to the modern, The Gargoyles of Notre Dame is at once a meditation on the valences of modernity and a rumination on the meanings attributed to the Middle Ages and the cathedral itself in the later nineteenth.
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Gargoyles is a comic book series by Slave Labor Graphics and Creature Comics, based on the animated television series was written by series' creator Greg Weisman starting in and continued the storyline of the show from the first two seasons, supplanting the ABC Network third season, The Goliath Chronicles, which Weisman and most fans consider non-canonical.