Moleskine Pac Man Daily Planner Large

ISBN: 9788862937764
Grandezza: 55,50 MB
Formato: PDF, Kindle
Vista: 4394
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The Moleskine Pac-Man Planners are a celebration of the 30th anniversary of this video-game hero, considered a pop-culture icon of the Eighties. This yellow daily planner is dated from January 2012 to December 2012, formatted to show the week appointments on the left and a ruled page on the right. The product is thread bound and has a cardboard bound cover with rounded corners, acid free paper, a bookmark, an elastic closure and an expandable inner pocket that contains the Moleskine history.

Newspaper Blackout

Autore: Austin Kleon
Editore: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061989940
Grandezza: 43,45 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 7867
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“Some of the results are hilarious, some are profound and even unsettling, but they are never bland or boring.” — Ephermerist Newspaper article + sharpie = Newspaper Blackout Poetry: Instead of starting with a blank page, poet Austin Kleon grabs a newspaper and a permanent marker and eliminates the words he doesn’t need. Fans of Not Quite What I Was Planning and Post Secret will love these unique and compelling poems culled from Austin’s popular website.

No Place To Lay One S Head

Autore: Francoise Frenkel
Editore: Random House Australia
ISBN: 0143784129
Grandezza: 44,22 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Vista: 688
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A bitter, beautiful and important book Robert Fisk, THE INDEPENDENT The French sensation, now in English translation. Franoise Frenkel was a Jewish woman born in Poland and enamoured of all things literary and French. In 1921 she set up the first French language bookshop in Berlin, recognising the craving for French culture in that city in the wake of the First World War. Her business was a success - attracting diplomats and celebrities, authors and artists. But life in Berlin for a Jewish woman and a foreigner soon became untenable Frenkel was forced to flee to Paris and compelled to keep moving as she attempted to survive in a world disintegrating around her. Her observations of and interactions with the French people, both those who would give her up to the Nazi authorities and those who risked their own lives and families by offering her refuge, show how humanity strives to assert itself even in the darkest times. Frenkel's book, written with piercing clarity and sensibility in the immediate aftermath of her escape to Switzerland, was originally published in 1945 in Geneva. But only recently was a copy of this forgotten work discovered and a decision made at French publisher Gallimard to republish it, seventy years later. Very little is known of Franoise Frenkel's subsequent life, except that she returned to live in Nice where she had spent much of her time during the war, and where she died in 1975. Frenkel's book is the story of refugees, those fleeing terror, the world over. With a moving preface from Nobel Prize-winning author Patrick Modiano.