A Rage Of Love

Autore: Alda Merini
Editore: Guernica Editions
ISBN: 9781550710137
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'The mentally ill suffer unnameable persecutions, no one knows why. They assume the role of the saint in today's society, since it is presumed that they, rarefied by their own madness, do not suffer like everyone else.' -- Alda Merini. 'In these pages, everything that is touched, even the most painful theme, is transformed into poetry. Every word is a key that finds organ pipes ready to amplify and sublimate the desperation. It's like finding one's self in front of a phenomenon of unconscious lyric power.' -- Ambrogio Borsani, from the Afterword.

For Love Of Imabelle

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A Rage Of Regents

Autore: Nigel Tranter
Editore: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444766953
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In 1568, the defeat of Mary, Queen of Scots at the Battle of Langside, and her subsequent flight to England left Scotland a troubled nation. Mary's infant son was crowned James VI, with her illegitimate half-brother, the earl of Moray, as Regent. The population remained bitterly divided as Moray and the Protestant Lords began to wreak their terrible vengeance on supporters of the losing side. Having fought for the Queen at the battle, the Carmichaels of Lanarkshire were in a precarious position, to say the least. Nineteen-year-old John Carmichael, younger of that ilk, whose sole ambitions were land-improvement, organising fishing and raising a family, was to become deeply entangled in the murky world of Scots regency government, is forced into a world of treachery and intrigue, and finds himself in great danger... A gripping tale of 16th century Scotland by Nigel Tranter, master of Scottish historical fiction.

Rage Of Angels

Autore: Barry Westburg
Editore: Wakefield Press
ISBN: 9781862544482
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Rage of Angels, in the same vein as Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, juxtaposes weirdly comic scenes from the several lives of Rick Richards, expatriate American. Sometimes real life, with its rusted Mustangs, haunted Rhineland castles, surfing sergeants, Asian chicken shops, and water babies, can dissolve into a cartoon Western or a road movie. And almost always does.

Middle English Dictionary

Autore: Robert E. Lewis
Editore: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 9780472011711
Grandezza: 75,44 MB
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The most important modern reference work for Middle English studies

Rage Of Eagles

Autore: William W. Johnstone
Editore: Pinnacle Books
ISBN: 9780786005079
Grandezza: 70,19 MB
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In an epic tale filled with adventure, betrayal, love, and honor, Falcon McCallister vows to avenge his father's death by searching for the men responsible and unwittingly becomes a hero throughout the frontier West. Reissue.

Rage Of Angels

Autore: Sidney Sheldon
Editore: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007389523
Grandezza: 37,71 MB
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The international bestseller from the master of suspense.Jennifer Parker is brilliant, beautiful and bold. . She seems unbeatable – but is she really?

The Book Of Love

Autore: Stanley Martin
Editore: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1847535194
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....The year of a strange man living by the sea with his beloved wife who is "falling..".. ...To save her O. does many things, but mostly confronts his unconscious anima "Pandora..".. ....This war with his own self, him already a "King" ends in another Parallel, and the evocation of a being like Ted Hughes' "Crow..".. Stanley MARTIN is a theorist and ex-media teacher, and expert on "myth.."..

The Theater Of Truth

Autore: William Egginton
Editore: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804773492
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The Theater of Truth argues that seventeenth-century baroque and twentieth-century neobaroque aesthetics have to be understood as part of the same complex. The Neobaroque, rather than being a return to the stylistic practices of a particular time and place, should be described as the continuation of a cultural strategy produced as a response to a specific problem of thought that has beset Europe and the colonial world since early modernity. This problem, in its simplest philosophical form, concerns the paradoxical relation between appearances and what they represent. Egginton explores expressions of this problem in the art and literature of the Hispanic Baroques, new and old. He shows how the strategies of these two Baroques emerged in the political and social world of the Spanish Empire, and how they continue to be deployed in the cultural politics of the present. Further, he offers a unified theory for the relation between the two Baroques and a new vocabulary for distinguishing between their ideological values.

The Holy Land

Autore: Alda Merini
Editore: Guernica Editions
ISBN: 9781550711493
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Merini, like Dante, represents the story of the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, in its literal and allegorical senses. The forty poems of The Holy Land recall Moses at Mount Sinai, the Israelites' forty years in the desert, and Jesus' fast in the wilderness. For Merini, it seems, the Holy Land is not the Promised Land of Canaan, but the forty years spent getting there, coming to terms with the terrifying atrocities of hell, the mystical ecstasies of paradise, and the "intense pain...of plunging back into the banality of daily living." Merini's wandering may be understood as the poet's search for the obscure laws which govern her visions, metamorphoses, and creations.