Red

Author: Spike Bucklow
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1780236247
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In this book, Spike Bucklow brings us into the heart of this fiery hue to better understand the unique powers it has had over us.

China Red

Author: Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte, Limited
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ISBN: 9789812614872
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The colour red is associated with China and often used to represent the country and its culture.

The Colour Of Red

Author: Nima Lee
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1785898655
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In this remarkable collection Nima Lee reveals both the tribulations inflicted upon and the resilience of ordinary Chinese people through her variety of characters including a ten-year-old girl, a journalist, red guards, university students ...

Color And Meaning

Author: John Gage
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520226111
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Among the Maya, both south and east were identified as red or yellow, and in the
records of the Aztecs we find north as black, white, yellow or red; south as blue,
red or yellow; east as red, green-white or yellow; and west as white or black,
yellow, red or green. Modern commentators on a single manuscript, the Codex
Borgia, have been puzzled that the colours given to the directions have varied
from page to page.-4 Riley has summarized the problem in by now very familiar
terms: One ...

Colour

Author: Edith Anderson Feisner
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
ISBN: 9781856694414
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The brain then assimilates the red, blue-violet, and green impulses and mixes
them into a single message that informs us of the color being viewed. When we
see red, for example, this is because the red-sensitive cones are activated while
the green and blue-violet ones are relatively dormant. Keep in mind that objects
emit many colored wavelengths (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet) but our
eye cones break these colored wavelengths into red, blue-violet, and green
which our ...

Colour And Language

Author: Siegfried Wyler
Publisher: Gunter Narr Verlag
ISBN: 9783823342199
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Colour terms are generally considered as belonging either to the class of
adjectives or the class of nouns. Dictionary entries, almost universally, follow this
pattern, eg. The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary: 'red a. and sb'. The parts of
speech given for 'yellow' are correspondingly "a. and sb". That colour terms are
used as attributive and predicative adjectives needs no further comment. The
same is true of the classification of colour terms as nouns. lf we consult the
Langenscheidt ...

The Essential Alice Meynell Collection

Author: Alice Meynell
Publisher: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456613928
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THE COLOUR OF LIFE Red has been praised for its nobility as the colour of life.
But the true colour of life is not red. Red is the colour of violence, or of life broken
open, edited, and published. Or if red is indeed the colour of life, it is so only on
condition that it is not seen. Once fully visible, red is the colour of life violated, and
in the act of betrayal and of waste. Red is the secret of life, and not the
manifestation thereof. It is one of the things the value of which is secrecy, one of
the talents ...