Italia Germania 2 A 0 Diario Di Un Mese Mondiale

Autore: Aldo Cazzullo
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ISBN: 9788881128020
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Il Diario Di Giovanni Ponte

Autore: Alberto Tristano
Editore: Alberto Tristano
ISBN: 8868850583
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Il diario di Giovanni Ponte narra le peripezie di un moderno quarantenne. In un caleidoscopio di esilaranti situazioni il protagonista cerca la sua Donna Angelo. Lo accompagnano nell’avventura, il fedele Roger, un senegalese clandestino dalle enormi estremità che parla come Mami di Via col vento, e Acetone, un ex portinaio invadente che rinverdisce l’italica tradizione dei “compagni di merende”. Prima di trovare il vero Amore, Bridge John, come ama presentarsi Giovanni, incontrerà femmine di ogni tipo: dall’esuberante Signora dell’Anello alla minuta Belvetta, dall’enorme Ciccia all’anacronistica Gina. Il sorriso è assicurato. La stampa mondiale a proposito de "Il diario di Giovanni Ponte" La risposta maschile al diario di Bridget Jones (Ci Cago Tribune) Ho riso dall'inizio alla fine (L'Eco del Cinese) Anti Ana e pro BBW. Era dai tempi del Kamasutra che un libro non prendeva tante posizioni. (Avariaty) Qualunquista? Omofobo? Razzista? Maschilista? NO! Semplicemente romantico. (Der Spigol) Basta con le fobie da inestetismi. Finalmente tutta la verità su come ti vede LUI! (Donna Post Moderna)

Vita Della Serva Di Dio Suor Maria Margherita Diomira Del Verbo Incarnato Religiosa Nel Venerabil Convento Delle Vergini Stabilite Nella Carita Di Giesu Buon Pastore Della Citta Di Firenze Dedicata Alla Serenissima Violante Beatrice Di Baviera Da Pier Luigi Malaspina

Autore: Pier Luigi Malaspina
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Diario De Successi Pi Importanti Seguiti In Italia

Autore: Biagio Buonaccorsi
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Vecchio Testamento Secondo La Volgata Tradotto In Lingua Italiana E Con Annotazioni Dichiarato Dall Illustriss E Reverendiss Monsignore Antonio Martini Tomo 1 17

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Library Catalog

Autore: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.). Library
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Dictionary Catalog Of The Research Libraries Of The New York Public Library 1911 1971

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Loving Donovan

Autore: Bernice L. McFadden
Editore: Akashic Books
ISBN: 1617753289
Grandezza: 78,23 MB
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"Bernice L. McFadden is one of the best contemporary literary writers out there today...Her brilliance, her talent as a novelist, is the very life she breathes into all of her characters." --Terry McMillan, from the Introduction "Bernice L. McFadden was one of the best writers to emerge in the post-Waiting to Exhale explosion that introduced at least a dozen Black female novelists. Loving Donovan has generated near-cult status among readers. After more than a decade since it appeared, Donovan is being reissued. How fitting that Terry McMillan has written a new introduction. If you've read Donovan before, you will fall in love all over again. And if this is your first time, prepare yourself for an intense romance between an enigmatic antihero and a heroine who will feel like your homegirl." --Essence Magazine "Loving Donovan is brilliant. By exploring the depth of her characters, the novel transforms what, on the surface, may appear to be the run-of-the-mill, paperback sentimental, tear-jerking coupling, into an understanding, unflinching, expertly told tale of human nature." --AALBC One of Library Journal's 25 Key Indie Fiction Titles for Fall 2014-Winter 2015! "A two-time Hurston/Wright Legacy Award finalist also twice honored by the Black Caucus of the American Library Association, McFadden presents a love story starring Campbell and Donovan--both from shattered homes, both still hopeful, and both shaped more by history than they can imagine. Don't miss." --Library Journal Prepub Alert "Loving Donovan firmly establishes McFadden among the ranks of those few writers of whom you constantly beg for more." --Black Issues Book Review "McFadden is clearly adept in keeping the reader entertained, captivated, and on our toes to try to figure out what's going to happen next. The rich characters, life situations, and language all wrapped up in such a small book and saying so much is a feat." --Brown Girl Reading Praise for Bernice L. McFadden: "McFadden works a kind of miracle--not only do her characters retain their appealing humanity; their story eclipses the bonds of history to offer continuous surprises." --New York Times, on Gathering of Waters "Searing and expertly imagined." --Toni Morrison, on The Warmest December With a new introduction by Terry McMillan. The first section of McFadden's unconventional love story belongs to Campbell. Despite being born to a brokenhearted mother and a faithless father, Campbell still believes in the power of love...if she can ever find it. Living in the same neighborhood, but unknown to Campbell until a chance meeting brings them together, is Donovan, the "little man" of a shattered home--a family torn apart by anger and bitterness. In the face of daunting obstacles, Donovan dreams of someday marrying, raising a family, and playing in the NBA. But deep inside, Campbell and Donovan live with the histories that have shaped their lives. What they discover--together and apart--forms the basis of this compelling, sensual, and surprising novel.