Ursula by Fabio Moon

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Once upon a time, there was a story. A love story. Different listeners will hear different things from the love story; for some, it might be a tale of journeys and rites of passage and battles won and foes vanquished and happily-ever-after. For other listeners, it might be a story about dreams and desires, for all is simple, beautiful and magical when you're young and in love. But once upon a time.... there was a story, and listen to me now: it was a love story.
 

About Fabio Moon

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Moon is an art school graduate from Brazil. When not penciling comics, Fabio illustrates for popular magazines and newspapers. Ba holds an Art degree from the University of Sao Paulo. He works as a professional illustrator for various media in Sao Paulo. He is currently learning 3D animation and finishing his senior project, a graphic novel.
 
Published July 27, 2004 by AiT/PlanetLar. 72 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Romance, Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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In a revealing recital Thursday evening at the Austrian Cultural Forum the soprano Ursula Langmayr sang two sets of Mahler songs about nature and beasts, using them to frame pieces on the same themes by three more recent, less famous Austrian composers.

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I am a real mess."") For the modern minions of corporate publishing, Marcus also offers evidence that Nordstrom, the first woman vice-president to head a Harper publishing division, also struggled to keep her books above the bottom line (e.g., from a letter to Robert Lipsyte, ""I am going to stop...

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Which she does, and the two promptly find themselves inside the wintry landscape of Ursula's subconscious with a magic bird and facing a dragon representing Ursula's heart.

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