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Levin - Doubtful Love - Saison 2
Author: Cary Hascott
Publisher: Nisha editions
ISBN: 2374135934
Pages: 237
Year: 2017-09-28
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Découvrez la suite et fin de Levin : Doubtful Love de Cary Hascott. Un titre 100% Diamant Noir ! CE TITRE EST AUSSI DISPONIBLE EN VERSION SWEETNESS (SOFT ;)); Giulia rythme sa vie selon un " plan de vie " parfaitement défini. Son mot d'ordre : ne plus jamais laisser un homme décider pour elle. Elle s'applique donc à profiter de son entourage, son travail et ses sorties en compagnie de ses amies. Elle avait tout prévu, sauf cette rencontre. Fils unique d'un richissime businessman, Levin Anderson refuse de tomber dans le cliché du couple que lui offrent ses parents. Il se laisse donc porter de conquête en conquête jusqu'au jour où il fait la rencontre de la sulfureuse Giulia. Compétiteur dans l'âme, il ne peut supporter qu'elle lui résiste. Jusqu'où ce chassé-croisé les mènera-t-il ? À propos de l'auteur : Cary Hascott, Marseillaise depuis toujours, mariée depuis perpette, travaille à l'international et considère que dormir est une perte de temps. Éternelle optimiste, écrire relève d'un défi personnel, d'un besoin créatif. Le jeu dépasse aujourd'hui toutes ses espérances et confirme sa devise : " vivre à 2999 %. " À propos de l'éditeur : Nisha Editions est une maison d'édition spécialisée dans la romance française. Découvrez les autres titres de notre collection Diamant noir sur https://www.nishaeditions.com/diamant-noir/ Venez découvrir notre page Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nishaeditions/ pour suivre et bénéficier d'offres et promotions exceptionnelles sur les titres Nisha Editions.
Upwelling Ecosystems
Author: R. Boje, M. Tomczak
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642669859
Pages: 306
Year: 2012-12-06
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Upwelling areas are among the most fertile regions of the ocean. In principle, upwelling is caused by the divergence of the flow in the surface layer of the ocean which arises as a consequence of a particular wind field, the presence of a coastline, or other special conditions. Since deeper oceanic layers are usually enriched wi th nutrients, it is the permanent supply of nutrients which forms the basis for the high producti vi ty of upwelling reg ions. The study of upwelling and its consequences were, for a long time, the task of individual scientists from all disciplines of marine science. Today, it is perhaps the branch of oceanography where interdisciplinary coopera tion has developed best. Becoming aware of the large potential yield of upwelling regions, governments in creased the funds for upwelling research. With research activities developed on a larger scale, interdisciplin ary cooperation became a necessity. On the international level, several symposia documented the rapid development. Three volumes reflect the results of these scientific meetings (Rapp. Proc.-Verb. 159, 1970; Inv. Pesq. 35, 1, 1971; Tethys §.' 1-2, 1974). The present book contains selected papers from the Third Symposium on Upwelling Ecosystems, which was held in Kiel in September 1975. Although the third of a series of meetings, it was the first where the word "ecosystem" stood in the title for a scientific program.
Cemetery of the Murdered Daughters
Author: Sara Lennox
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 1558495525
Pages: 387
Year: 2006
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Austrian writer Ingeborg Bachmann is widely regarded as one of the most important 20th century authors writing in German. This book examines her poetry and prose in historical context, arguing that the feminist interpretations of her writings are the result of shifts in theoretical emphases over a period of three decades.
The Writer of Modern Life
Author: Walter Benjamin
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674022874
Pages: 306
Year: 2006
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Walter Benjamin's essays on the great French lyric poet Charles Baudelaire revolutionized not just the way we think about Baudelaire, but our understanding of modernity and modernism as well. In these essays, Benjamin challenges the image of Baudelaire as late-Romantic dreamer, and evokes instead the modern poet caught in a life-or-death struggle with the forces of the urban commodity capitalism that had emerged in Paris around 1850. The Baudelaire who steps forth from these pages is the flâneur who affixes images as he strolls through mercantile Paris, the ragpicker who collects urban detritus only to turn it into poetry, the modern hero willing to be marked by modern life in its contradictions and paradoxes. He is in every instance the modern artist forced to commodify his literary production: "Baudelaire knew how it stood with the poet: as a flâneur he went to the market; to look it over, as he thought, but in reality to find a buyer." Benjamin reveals Baudelaire as a social poet of the very first rank. The introduction to this volume presents each of Benjamin's essays on Baudelaire in chronological order. The introduction, intended for an undergraduate audience, aims to articulate and analyze the major motifs and problems in these essays, and to reveal the relationship between the essays and Benjamin's other central statements on literature, its criticism, and its relation to the society that produces it.
Seduced in the Dark (Special Edition)
Author: C. J. Roberts
ISBN: 1478359900
Pages: 522
Year: 2012-08-03
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"It seemed to Caleb, the nature of human beings revolved around one empirical truth: we want what we cannot have. For Eve, it was the fruit of the forbidden tree. For Caleb, it was Livvie."What is the price of redemption?Rescued from sexual slavery by a mysterious Pakistani officer, Caleb carries the weight of a debt that must be paid in blood.The road has been long and fraught with uncertainty, but for Caleb and Livvie, it?s all coming to an end.Can he surrender the woman he loves for the sake of vengeance? Or will he make the ultimate sacrifice?Praise for Captive in the Dark (book 1, The Dark Duet) by CJ Roberts:"This book doesn't just make you feel, it violently manipulates everything you think you know about empathy, hatred, love, and compassion." --Amber, via Goodreads May 22, 2012"Some have asked how it compares to Fifty Shades. I'd say, where Christian is fifty shades of f*&ked up, Caleb is 150 shades." --Swimmom4, via Amazon April 28, 2012
The Geography of the Imagination
Author: Guy Davenport
Publisher: David R. Godine Publisher
ISBN: 1567920802
Pages: 384
Year: 1997
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"There is no way to prepare yourself for reading Guy Davenport. You stand in awe before his knowledge of the archaic and his knowledge of the modern. Even more, you stand in awe of the connections he can make between the archaic and the modern; he makes the remote familiar and the familiar fundamental."? Los Angeles Times Book Review"As a critic, Davenport shines as an intrepid appreciator, an ideal teacher. By preference, he likes to walk the reader through a painting or a poem, teasing out the meaning of odd details, making connections with history and other works of art. His must-have essay collections, The Geography of the Imagination and Every Force Evolves a Form, display his range: With a rainwater clarity, he can write about the naturalist Louis Agassiz or ancient poetry and thought?He can account for the importance of prehistoric cave art to early modernism or outline the achievements of Joyce and Pound. He can make you yearn to read or look again at neglected masters like the poets Charles Olsen and Louis Zukofsky and the painters Balthus and Charles Burchfield. He can send you out eagerly searching for C. M. Doughty's six-volume epic poem, The Dawn in Britain, and for the works of Ronald Johnson, Jonathan Williams and Paul Metcalf. In all this, his method is nothing other than the deep attentiveness engenderd by love: that and a firm faith in simply knowing things. He conveys, to adopt his own words about painter Paul Cadmus, 'a perfect balance of spirit and information."? Michael Dirda, Washington Post Book World
Black Promise (Obsidian #3)
Author: Victoria Quinn
Publisher: Victoria Quinn
Pages: 400
Year: 2017-06-06
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Don't Stand Too Close to a Naked Man
Author: Tim Allen
Publisher: Hyperion
ISBN: 0786889020
Pages: 272
Year: 1995-09-01
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In a dual biography and humorous information guide, the star of Home Improvement discusses his prison term and successful television show while offering hints on how to deal with the opposite sex and recognize the parallels between golf courses and strip joints. Reprint.
Composers of the Nazi Era
Author: Michael H. Kater
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195099249
Pages: 399
Year: 2000
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A detailed study of the often interrelated careers of eight outstanding German composers who lived and worked amid the dictatorship of the Third Reich: Werner Egk, Paul Hindemith, Kurt Weill, Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Carl Orff, Hans Pfitzner, Arnold Schoenberg, and Richard Strauss.
American Automobile Names
Author: Ingrid Piller
Pages: 339
Year: 1996
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Author: Nicole W Jouve
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349162817
Pages: 344
Year: 1980-04-24
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Film Language
Author: Christian Metz
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226521303
Pages: 268
Year: 1974
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A pioneer in the field, Christian Metz applies insights of structural linguistics to the language of film. "The semiology of film . . . can be held to date from the publication in 1964 of the famous essay by Christian Metz, 'Le cinéma: langue ou langage?'"—Geoffrey Nowell-Smith, Times Literary Supplement "Modern film theory begins with Metz."—Constance Penley, coeditor of Camera Obscura "Any consideration of semiology in relation to the particular field signifying practice of film passes inevitably through a reference to the work of Christian Metz. . . . The first book to be written in this field, [Film Language] is important not merely because of this primacy but also because of the issues it raises . . . issues that have become crucial to the contemporary argument."—Stephen Heath, Screen
The Antinomies Of Realism
Author: Fredric Jameson
Publisher: Verso Books
ISBN: 1781681910
Pages: 432
Year: 2013-10-08
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The Antinomies of Realism is a history ofthe nineteenth-century realist novel and its legacy told without a glimmer of nostalgia for artistic achievements that the movement of history makes it impossible to recreate. The works of Zola, Tolstoy, Pérez Galdós, and George Eliot are in the most profound sense inimitable, yet continue to dominate the novel form to this day. Novels to emerge since struggle to reconcile the social conditions of their own creation with the history of this mode of writing: the so-called modernist novel is one attempted solution to this conflict, as is the ever-more impoverished variety of commercial narratives – what today’s book reviewers dub “serious novels,” which are an attempt at the impossible endeavor to roll back the past. Fredric Jameson examines the most influential theories of artistic and literary realism, approaching the subject himself in terms of the social and historical preconditions for realism’s emergence. The realist novel combined an attention to the body and its states of feeling with a focus on the quest for individual realization within the confines of history. In contemporary writing, other forms of representation – for which the term “postmodern” is too glib – have become visible: for example, in the historical fiction of Hilary Mantel or the stylistic plurality of David Mitchell’s novels. Contemporary fiction is shown to be conducting startling experiments in the representation of new realities of a global social totality, modern technological warfare, and historical developments that, although they saturate every corner of our lives, only become apparent on rare occasions and by way of the strangest formal and artistic devices. In a coda, Jameson explains how “realistic” narratives survived the end of classical realism. In effect, he provides an argument for the serious study of popular fiction and mass culture that transcends lazy journalism and the easy platitudes of recent cultural studies. From the Hardcover edition.
Angel After Dark
Author: Kahlen Aymes
Publisher: Telemachus Press, LLC
ISBN: 194074508X
Pages: 322
Year: 2013-12-16
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Book #1 - After Dark Series Amazon Top Rated - Bestselling Author Erotic Romance - 18 + for descriptive love scenes and language. Dr. Angeline Hemming is a beautiful, sassy, no-nonsense type of girl who has risen from a difficult past to become one of Chicago’s most successful and respected criminal profilers. In exchange for free commercials to promote her favorite charitable causes, Angel answers calls and gives relationship advice on a Friday night radio program. Alexander Avery is a gorgeous and successful corporate genius who doesn’t believe in love. When his girlfriend-of-convenience calls into Angel’s program, he is furious with the show’s host who doles out (what he considers) blind advice, without knowing all the facts… and he decides to give her a piece of his mind, and his side of the story! When Angel informs Alex he’s the one in need of a much-deserved lesson, all hell breaks loose as these two type-A personalities battle it out for control over minds and hearts, and yes, in bed. Not only are they fighting each other at every turn, but they are also struggling to uphold the convictions they each live by. It’s unclear who is stronger, but both must discover that to get what they desperately want, they may have to give a little… or a lot.
Méthode pour apprendre aisément à joüer de la flute traversière
Author: Michel Corrette
Publisher: Georg Olms Verlag
ISBN: 3487406640
Pages: 50
Year: 1975
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