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by Barnaby Conrad
Pages: 131 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Chronicle Books; Fourth Printing edition (January 1, 1996)
Formats: rtf mobi lrf mbr
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. For cigar lovers, this book is the ultimate feast for the senses - a celebration of a luxurious ritual that has been practiced the world over for centuries. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
The love of a fine cigar. Barnaby Conrad III is a painter and the author of ten books including Absinthe: History in a Bottle, published by Chronicle Books (0-8118-1650-8). Hardcover: 132 pages.
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Conrad was born in San Francisco in 1952, the son of author Barnaby Conrad, Jr and architect Dale (Cowgill) Crichton. His father was an amateur bullfighter, and published the bestselling book Matador the same year that Conrad III was born. It is said that Conrad III barely escaped being named after his father's friend Juan Belmonte.
Barnaby Conrad III, author of The Martini and an avid fan of cigars himself, has dedicated his new book to the poetic, historical, and artistic pursuit of this wonderful, timeless passion. Drawing upon examples from art, film, What do Charlie Chaplin, Ulysses S. Grant, Franz Liszt, Al Capone, George Sand, and Sharon Stone have in common? The love of a fine cigar. Barnaby Conrad III, author of "The Martini" and an avid fan of cigars himself, has dedicated his new book to the poetic, historical, and artistic pursuit of this wonderful, timeless passion. Drawing upon examples from art, film, literature, and politics, "The Cigar" presents a lushly illustrated, fascinating social history, honoring the cigar's origins and development, as well as its sexy and everlasting allure. Witty and elegant, "The Cigar" is the perfect gift for male or female cigar aficionados.
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The Cigar: An Illustrated History of Fine Smoking Conrad, Barnaby Hardcover.