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Beatleology: A Magical Mystery Tour to Discover Your Inner Beatle
Contributor(s): Jaquette, Adam (Author), Jaquette, Roger (Author)

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ISBN: 160550064X     ISBN-13: 9781605500645
Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
OUR PRICE: $16.14  

Binding Type: Paperback - See All Available Formats & Editions
Published: October 2009
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Annotation: Adam Jaquette and Roger Jaquette (Southern California) are brothers who were indoctrinated into Beatlemania at an early age. Roger earned a BA in drama from the University of Washington, where he wrote and produced numerous plays. He later pursued graduate studies in film and television production. Adam holds a BFA from New York University and an MFA from Chapman University in dramatic writing. He has written numerous screenplays that have been optioned by the Motion Picture Corporation of America and he was a finalist in the Scriptapalooza screenwriting contest. He currently teaches elementary school.
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BISAC Categories:
- Music | Genres & Styles - Rock
Dewey: 782.421
Physical Information: 0.64" H x 5.58" W x 8.32" (0.79 lbs) 256 pages
Features: Illustrated, Index, Price on Product, Price on Product - Canadian, Table of Contents
 
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Are you a romantic optimist with a cheery disposition? You might be a "Paul."

Brooding, introverted, and artistic? You are probably a "John."

If you tend to take life as it comes with a happy go-lucky attitude, most likely you are a "Ringo."

Thoughtful, with a tendency toward passive-aggressive behavior? You might be a "George."

The tenets of Beatleology are simple: We all have an Inner Beatle guiding our destiny and governing our behavior. Forget Leo or Taurus. This book teaches us that it's more accurate to say, "I'm a John" or "I'm a Ringo." A simple personality test determines who your Inner Beatle is and how you will interact with the other Johns, Pauls, Georges, and Ringos of the world--at home, at work, and on the street. Written in the spirit of our favorite "cheeky lads from Liverpool," This guide is pop psychology with a twist--and a dash of Sgt. Pepper

 
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