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Leonardo Da Vinci: The Codex Leicester

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Many of Leonardo da Vinci's manuscripts were intended as preparatory sketches for future published works, and the Codex Leicester is one of the most advanced. Written densely on 18 sheets, illustrated with geometrical diagrams and illustrations of experiments imagined and real, it is a complex and fascinating meditation around a subject that enthralled Leonardo for much of ...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published October 7th 2007 by Scala Books
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MICHAEL RYAN taught writing at Iowa, Princeton University, the University of Virginia, and Warren Wilson College before becoming Director of the MFA Program in Poetry at UC Irvine. He has published an autobiography, a memoir, five books of poems, and a book of essays. Four of the books were New York Times Notable Books of the year. The autobiography was reviewed on the front page of the New York ...more
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