Sheilaful

Autore: Sheila Capodanno
Editore: Sheila Capodanno
ISBN:
Grandezza: 64,80 MB
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Vista: 9320
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Psicologa mancata con un nome da porno star, alla soglia dei trenta anni, single, con un reality alle spalle, una travagliata relazione sentimentale di sette anni appena finita e una carriera da giornalista di gossip. Durante i suoi 50 giorni di reclusione nella Casa de "Il Grande Fratello 11" Sheila Capodanno è stata definita dai tabloid la 'Bridget Jones' italiana. Ma quello che davvero l' associa alla famosa eroina interpretata da Renee Zellweger non sono solo le mutande a vita alta e le forme abbondanti, ma un diario segreto. Sheila racconta ogni suo pensiero, esperienza, scelta, decisione, speranza, batticuore, avventura sessuale e delusione d'amore nelle pagine di questo diario, e tutto quello che leggerai è semplicemente vero. Dopo l'esperienza del Grande Fratello, si trasferisce a Londra dove inizia la sua ricerca dell'anima gemella ma invece di incrociare il suo Mr Big, si scontra con R., il suo personale Christian Grey e in altri spasimanti di serie B. Finché una serie di incredibili coincidenze la metteranno su un volo per l'Australia, la terra promessa. Ed è lì che tutto ha davvero inizio... Uno dei blog più seguiti degli ultimi anni è finalmente un ebook. Non perdetevelo e non dimenticate di lasciare la vostra recensione!

Geological Stories

Autore: John Ellor Taylor
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Grandezza: 49,55 MB
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Vista: 3101
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The Eleusis Of Chi Omega

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Grandezza: 19,49 MB
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Vista: 8031
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Directory Of The Hispanic Community Of The County Of Los Angeles

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Vista: 5485
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The Practice Of The Presence Of God

Autore: Brother Lawrence (of the Resurrection)
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Vista: 2660
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Echoes Of A Lost Voice

Autore: Gabriella Poli
Editore: Vallentine Mitchell
ISBN: 9781910383445
Grandezza: 59,11 MB
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Vista: 6868
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Primo Levi-chemist, Italian, Jew, survivor of Auschwitz-was one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century. His masterpiece, If This Is a Man, is still one of the most widely read books on the Holocaust today. Echoes of a Lost Voice is the fruit of twelve years of close friendship between the journalist Gabriella Poli and Primo Levi. Gabriella composed the book from all the interviews and conversations recorded with him throughout his career, as well as her own private conversations with him held over several years prior to his death in 1987. She published Echi di una voce perduta only five years later, making it one of the earliest accounts of the writer and his work. In the 30 years since then there have been several biographies and thousands of books and articles about Levi. This one is unique, partly in its privileged access to him, and partly because of its unusual form: by using Levi's own words about himself almost exclusively, this book becomes a kind of ghosted autobiography. Echoes of a Lost Voice has been translated into English for the first time to mark the 30th anniversary of Levi's death. [Subject: Biography, Holocaust Studies, Italian Studies, Literary Studies]

London Calling

Autore: Barry Miles
Editore: Atlantic Books Ltd
ISBN: 1848875541
Grandezza: 57,57 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 9332
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London has long been a magnet for aspiring artists and writers, musicians and fashion designers seeking inspiration and success. In London Calling, Barry Miles explores the counter-culture - creative, avant garde, permissive, anarchic - that sprang up in this great city in the decades following the Second World War. Here are the heady post-war days when suddenly everything seemed possible, the jazz bars and clubs of the fifties, the teddy boys and the Angry Young Men, Francis Bacon and the legendary Colony Club, the 1960s and the Summer of Love, the rise of punk and the early days of the YBAs. The vitality and excitement of this time and years of change - and the sheer creative energy in the throbbing heart of London - leap off the pages of this evocative and original book.

London Calling

Autore: Barry Miles
Editore: Atlantic Books (UK)
ISBN: 9781843546139
Grandezza: 34,60 MB
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Vista: 6440
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This is a major and definitive history of the counterculture by our pre-eminent chronicler of the cultural underground. London has long been a magnet for aspiring artists and writers, musicians and fashion designers seeking inspiration and success in this great city. In London Calling, Barry Miles explores the counter culture that sprang up in the decades following the Second World War, focusing on the West End and Soho, where the presence of so many artists has established a unique atmosphere; creative, avant garde, permissive, anarchic - the throbbing heart of London. Here are the heady days of post-war Soho when suddenly everything seemed possible, the jazzbars and clubs of the fifties, the teddy boys and the Angry Young Men, Francis Bacon and the legendary Colony Club, the 1960s and the Summer of Love, the rise of punk and the early days of the YBAs.

Rethinking The South

Autore: Michael O'Brien
Editore: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 9780820315256
Grandezza: 28,15 MB
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Bringing together Michael O’Brien’s pathbreaking essays on the American South, this book examines the persistence and vitality of southern intellectual history from the early nineteenth century to the present day. At once a broad survey of southern thought and a meditation on the subject as an academic discipline, Rethinking the South deftly integrates social history, literary criticism, and historiography as it positions the South within the wider traditions of European and American culture. In his thoughtful introduction and throughout the ten essays that follow, O'Brien stresses the tradition of Romanticism as a central theme, binding togethere figures as disparate as critic Hugh Legare, literary scholar Edwin Mims, poets Richard Henry Wilde and Allen Tate, and historians W. J. Cash and C. Vann Woodward. First published as a collection in 1988, these essays confirm O’Brien’s position as a pioneer in establishing and defining the enterprise of southern intellectual history.