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Steampunk Rally is a strategy game that incorporates steampunk as more than just a bit of chrome. Using a unique dice-placement mechanism, players take on the roles of famous inventors from the turn of the last century like Nikola Tesla and Marie Curie, constructing fantastical contraptions that make use of steam, heat and electricity in an attempt to win a no-holds-barred race through the Swiss alps.Each round starts with a card draft in which players carefully select machine parts to add to their invention and one-shot boost cards to aid them or hinder opponents. Players also have the option of discarding drafted cards for dice or cogs to power their invention, but they must make this tricky choice when each card is drafted.Then, after venting dice to revitalize their machines, players roll their dice and use them to activate machine parts which provide things like movement, shielding, and additional dice with which to activate more parts. Driving through terrain causes damage, and if a player´s damage gauge ends up in the red at the end of the turn, they must lose parts from their invention. These will need to be replaced in the draft phase, constantly forcing players to discover new synergies.
A Room of Ones Own , is one of Virginia Woolfs most influential works and is widely recognized for its extraordinary contribution to the womens movement. This timely and important new edition adopts the complete text of the first British edition published in 1929. Features a comprehensive introduction detailing the process and composition of Woolfs original essay and the evolution of its subsequent publication history The first comprehensive and authoritative edition of this foundational text of the feminist movement, and one of the most significant works in Woolfs own canon The only volume based on comparisons of each of the British editions of A Room of Ones Own that appeared in Woolfs lifetime Incorporates extensive explanatory notes which reveal the essays broader political, historical, social, and literary contexts Includes a comprehensive appendix highlighting variations between each of the British editions that appeared in Woolfs lifetime and the first American edition; alterations from Woolfs uncorrected proofs; and current editorial emendations incorporated in this new edition David Bradshaw is Professor of English Literature at Oxford University and a Fellow of Worcester College. His edited works include The Hidden Huxley (1994), A Concise Companion to Modernism (2003), The Cambridge Companion to E.M. Forster (2007), A Companion to Modernist Literature and Culture (with Kevin J.H. Dettmar, 2006), Prudes on the Prowl: Fiction and Obscenity in England, 1850 to the Present Day (with Rachel Potter, 2013), and Woolfs Mrs Dalloway (2000), To the Lighthouse (2006), and The Waves (2014), as well as many other Modernist texts. He has also edited the Shakespeare Head edition of The Years (with Ian Blyth, 2012) and is Co-Executive Editor of the 42-volume The Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh (with Martin Stannard, forthcoming). Stuart N. Clarke has transcribed and edited Virginia Woolfs Orlando: The Original Holograph Draft (1993); was co-compiler with B. J. Kirkpatrick of the 4th edition of A Bibliography of Virginia Woolf (1997); and edited Translations from the Russian (2006), by Virginia Woolf and S. S. Koteliansky, and Volumes 5 and 6 of the complete Essays of Virginia Woolf (2009 and 2011). He is a founding member of the Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain and has edited its journal, the Virginia Woolf Bulletin , since its inception in 1999.