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Daniel Freeman - le Sbarre Invisibili
Author: Simone Lari
ISBN: 1540771695
Pages: 220
Year: 2016-12-01
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Daniel Freeman, un brillante detective, marito affettuoso e padre orgoglioso di una figlia adorabile. La sua vita perfetta e felice viene segnata per sempre da un terribile evento. Da quel momento, Daniel non � pi� lo stesso. Famiglia, carriera, amici, perde tutto. Persino la sanit� mentale lo sta lentamente abbandonando. Non gli resta pi� nulla se non la sua vendetta. Nessun uomo � meno libero di me. Sono costantemente prigioniero. Le sbarre della mia cella sono vivide e opprimenti sensazioni: dolore, colpa, rimpianto. Tre sbarre inamovibili che mi impediscono di vivere, e la quarta, la pi� resistente tra tutte, � la mia mente che si ritorce contro se stessa. Volete sapere perch�? Se avrete la compiacenza di ascoltare ve lo racconter�...
Vero Come la Finzione
Author: Stefano Caracciolo, Riccardo Luche, Paolo Iazzetta, Ignazio Senatore
Pages: 219
Year: 2010
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Author: Alan Friedman
Publisher: Hachette Books
ISBN: 0316301965
Pages: 288
Year: 2015-10-20
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Before there was real estate tycoon cum President-Elect Donald J. Trump, there was Silvio Berlusconi, the billionaire media mogul turned prime minster who dominated Italian life for the past twenty years. In a candid, warts-and-all portrait of the leader who played hard in office and in private life. From the bunga-bunga parties to his most secret moments with world leaders, this biography is rich in anecdotes and revelations involving Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, George W. Bush, Vladimir Putin, Mikhail Gorbachev, Tony Blair, Nicolas Sarkozy, Angela Merkel , and many others. Berlusconi's incredible rise to power started from nothing. A self-created man, he was a cruise ship crooner as a young man, became a real estate tycoon in the '70s, started the first commercial television network in history, and turned AC Milan into a world-class soccer club. And that was all before he survived the squalid swampland of Italian politics to become prime minister who has not only served the longest in Italian history, but also has generated the most controversy of arguably any world leader today.
The Duchess
Author: Danielle Steel
Publisher: Delacorte Press
ISBN: 0425285367
Pages: 352
Year: 2017-06-27
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The incomparable Danielle Steel breaks new ground as she takes us to nineteenth-century England, where a high-born young woman is forced out into the world—and begins a journey of survival, sensuality, and long-sought justice. Angélique Latham has grown up at magnificent Belgrave Castle under the loving tutelage of her father, the Duke of Westerfield, after the death of her aristocratic French mother. At eighteen she is her father’s closest, most trusted child, schooled in managing their grand estate. But when he dies, her half-brothers brutally turn her out, denying her very existence. Angélique has a keen mind, remarkable beauty, and an envelope of money her father pressed upon her. To survive, she will need all her resources—and one bold stroke of fortune. Unable to secure employment without references or connections, Angélique desperately makes her way to Paris, where she rescues a young woman fleeing an abusive madam—and suddenly sees a possibility: Open an elegant house of pleasure that will protect its women and serve only the best clients. With her upper-class breeding, her impeccable style, and her father’s bequest, Angélique creates Le Boudoir, soon a sensational establishment where powerful men, secret desires, and beautiful, sophisticated women come together. But living on the edge of scandal, can she ever make a life of her own—or regain her rightful place in the world? From England to Paris to New York, Danielle Steel captures an age of upheaval and the struggles of women in a male-ruled society—and paints a captivating portrait of a woman of unquenchable spirit, who in houses great or humble is every ounce a duchess.
The Widow Wager
Author: Jess Michaels
Publisher: The Passionate Pen
Pages: 252
Year: 2015-04-21
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* * * A USA TODAY bestselling romance from Jess Michaels * * * Crispin Flynn has been on a downward spiral ever since he lost the woman he loved and watched his brother forced into a life he never would have chosen. His response has been drinking and gambling his way to utter ruin. One night, deep in his cups, he places a dangerous bet that results in him being forced to marry Gemma, the widow of the Earl of Laurelcross. Gemma once had a passionate side, but has been hiding it ever since her much older husband died during the act of making love. Now she finds herself the much unwanted wife of one of the biggest libertines in London and the subject of even more gossip than ever. Once they determine they cannot escape the marriage, the two begin a slow circling of each other. Passion is easy, but can they overcome mistrust and secrets in order to make the worst night of their lives one of their best? Or are they bound to lose each other before their love can take root? Length: Full-length novel Sensuality level: Hot and steamy This book can be read as a stand-alone novel, but is part of a series (The Notorious Flynns).
Bibliografia nazionale italiana
Year: 1991
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Mission Pilot
Author: Eileen E. Lantry
Publisher: Pacific PressPub Assn
ISBN: 0816318700
Pages: 175
Year: 2002-01
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Author: Madeleine Bourdouxhe
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 0747533334
Pages: 183
Year: 1997
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Marie is so devoted to her husband Jean that she overlooks his casual betrayals. Yet, with surprising ease she takes a lover - a young student whom she encounters on holiday in the South of France. Marie remains tied to the realities of her life.
Year: 2004
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Understanding Islam
Author: Matthew S. Gordon
Publisher: Watkins Pub Limited
ISBN: 190748616X
Pages: 112
Year: 2010
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COMPARATIVE RELIGION. Islam, the last of the major monotheistic traditions to emerge in human history, dates back to the early seventh century. Today the Islamic community reflects a range of national, ethnic, socioeconomic and linguistic backgrounds. This enlightening book outlines Islam's essential practices and beliefs, including its origins and historical development, sacred texts, beliefs on death and the afterlife, as well as themes such as society and religion. Topical issues such as Political Islam, Islam and Israel, and Fundamentalism are addressed with intelligence, skill and sensitivity.
The Forger's Spell
Author: Edward Dolnick
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061844594
Pages: 384
Year: 2009-10-13
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As riveting as a World War II thriller, The Forger's Spell is the true story of three men and an extraordinary deception: the revered artist Johannes Vermeer; the small-time Dutch painter who dared to impersonate him years later; and the con man's mark, Hermann Goering, the fanatical art collector and one of Nazi Germany's most reviled leaders.
La Femme de Gilles
Author: Madeleine Bourdouxhe
Publisher: Melville House
ISBN: 1612195881
Pages: 144
Year: 2016-11-15
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"A haunting, slim novel which has the mesmeric inevitability of a classical tragedy." --Independent on Sunday La Femme de Gilles tells the story of a fatal love triangle—written on the eve of World War II. Set among the dusty lanes and rolling valleys of rural 1930s Belgium, La Femme de Gilles is the tale of a young mother, Elisa, whose world is overturned when she discovers that her husband, Gilles, has fallen in love with her younger sister, Victorine. Devastated, Elisa unravels. As controlled as Elena Ferrante's The Days of Abandonment and as propulsive as Jenny Offill's Dept. of Speculation, La Femme de Gilles is a hauntingly contemporary story of desperation and lust and obsession, from an essential early-feminist writer. Just after her novel was first published in 1937, Madeleine Bourdouxhe disassociated herself from her publisher (which had been taken over by the Nazis) and spent most of World War II in Brussels, actively working for the resistance. Though she continued to write, her work was largely overlooked by history . . . until now.
The Cube and the Face
Author: Georges Didi-Huberman
ISBN: 3037345209
Pages: 224
Year: 2015-06-15
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Alberto Giacometti's 1934 Cube stands apart for many as atypical of the Swiss artist, the only abstract sculptural work in a wide oeuvre that otherwise had as its objective the exploration of reality. With The Cube and the Face, renowned French art historian and philosopher Georges Didi-Huberman has conducted a careful analysis of Cube, consulting the artist's sketches, etchings, texts, and other sculptural works in the years just before and after Cube was created. Cube, he finds, is indeed exceptional--a work without clear stylistic kinship to the works that came before or after it. At the same time, Didi-Huberman shows, Cube marks the transition between the artist's surrealist and realist phases and contains many elements of Giacometti's aesthetic consciousness, including his interest in dimensionality, the relation of the body to geometry, and the portrait--or what Didi-Huberman terms "abstract anthropomorphism." Drawing on Freud, Bataille, Leiris, and others Giacometti counted as influence, Didi-Huberman presents fans and collectors of Giacometti's art with a new approach to transitional work.
Lives of the Great Songs
Author: Tim De Lisle
ISBN: 152083103X
Pages: 228
Year: 1995
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Democrazia Futurista
Author: F. T. F. T. Marinetti
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1516848489
Pages: 188
Year: 2015-08-12
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Il nostro Partito Politico Futurista è nato naturalmente dalla grande corrente spirituale del movimento artistico futurista.Unico nella storia il nostro Partito è stato concepito, voluto e attuato da un gruppo di artisti poeti, pittori, musicisti, ecc.: che, carichi di genio e di coraggio ormai provati, dopo avere svecchiato brutalmente e modernizzato l'arte italiana sono giunti logicamente ad una concezione di politica assolutamente sgombra di retorica, violentemente italiana e violentemente rivoluzionaria, libera, dinamica e armata di metodi assolutamente pratici.Poichè un passato illustre schiacciava l'Italia e un avvenire infinitamente glorioso ribolliva nel suo seno, appunto in Italia, sotto il nostro cielo troppo voluttuoso, l'energia futurista doveva nascere, dieci anni fa, organizzarsi, canalizzarsi, trovare in noi i suoi motori, i suoi apparecchi di illuminazione e di propagazione. L'Italia, più di qualunque altro paese, aveva un bisogno urgente di futurismo, poichè moriva di passatismo. L'ammalato inventò il proprio rimedio. Noi siamo i suoi medici occasionali. Il rimedio vale per gli ammalati di ogni paese.