Following the Biblical commandments (which could possibly offend the very religious) is a text outlining the basic foundation rules of typographic usage, starting with 'In the Beginning God created type' and juxtaposing
examples of different type throughout.
MY FIRST BOOK ABOUT DOGS (0375835148) tells of how dogs use their senses, juxtaposing
photos of different dogs with cartoons and call-outs of information and chatty details; THINGS THAT GO (0375835156) reveals wheels and vehicles and how life is simplified by them; FISH (038583513X) tells all about fish, from different sizes and colors and shapes to natural history, and THE FIVE SENSES (9375835164) surveys basic physiology.
Don't expect coffee-table casual here: extensive technical data includes charts with names, date of construction modifications, and more, juxtaposing
tables and statistics with vintage illustrations of many of the classic trains.
Trudeau does a fine job of juxtaposing
humor and seriousness; he doesn't preach or get sappy; and he is donating the proceeds from the book to a good cause: Fisher House, an organization that aids families of patients receiving medical care at military and VA medical centers.
The images suggest domesticity yet feel coolly Minimalist, juxtaposing
the organic and the geometric, the kitsch associations of still life and the pristine plainness of Conceptualism.
Instead of narrating the episodes of Margaret's past sequentially, Spark creates a spatial form by juxtaposing
the present, the past and the future.
An impressive anthology of original work, Spaar's poetry also reveals the intimate relationship between the sensual and the sacred, as well as other seemingly opposing or juxtaposing
elements of the human experience.
the childhood recollections of male writers with women's experiences of personal interactions with domestic workers, the paper documents how the dominant actors viewed, constructed, and maintained employer-servant relationships on a basis of difference and "otherness" through the simultaneously nurturing and oppressive aspects of familial ties.
Her 1999 work, For the Time Being, seems at first to be impossibly disjointed, juxtaposing
sections on the personal life of the great Jesuit scientist and theologian, Teilhard de Chardin, with bits of Chinese history, Jewish mysticism, observations of nature, facts about natural disasters, descriptions of babies born with terrible genetic defects, a natural history of sand and a catalogue of clouds.