This is a 17-page souvenir booklet of 30 glossy black and white photographs of Palermo, Sicily, possibly taken around 1929. Each photograph has on its reverse a description written in Italian, English, French, and German. Si tratta di un opuscolo di 17 pagine ricordo di 30 fotografie in bianco e nero lucido di Palermo, in Sicilia, forse scattate verso il 1929. Ogni fotografia ha sul rovescio una descrizione scritta in italiano, inglese, francese e tedesco.
Retired Dallas police detective Harry Bronson is touring South Dakota in his motor home. His cop instincts still strong, he spots a troubled woman, Linda Randig, who needs help. She's being stalked by a sadistic killer who masterminded the death of her parents and her husband. Now, he's threatening her son and baby grandson. He's watching her every move and calling every shot.
She's been dispatched on a cross-country chase for a purpose unknown. And no police—or else. Bronson intervenes and the killer quickly steps up his game, leaving dead bodies and taunting notes mocking his efforts. Still, their mysterious madman wants something, and Linda is the key. Harry enlists the help of his old partner to sort through the red herrings and critical clues to pinpoint the killer's next move. A move that seems to involve Harry, Linda—and a very dead end.
This fifth edition of a survey of American literature offers the work of 212 writers, with 38 newly included. This modern section has been overhauled to reflect the diversity of American writing since 1945. A section on 19th-century women's writing is included.
In The Postmodern Animal, Steve Baker explores how animal imagery has been used in modern and contemporary art and performance, and in postmodern philosophy and literature, to suggest and shape ideas about identity and creativity. Baker cogently analyses the work of such European and American artists as Olly and Suzi, Mark Dion, Paula Rego and Sue Coe, at the same time looking critically at the constructions, performances and installations of Robert Rauschenberg, Louise Bourgeois, Joseph Beuys and other significant late twentieth-century artists.
Baker's book draws parallels between the animal's place in postmodern art and poststructuralist theory, drawing on works as diverse as Jacques Derrida's recent analysis of the role of animals in philosophical thought and Julian Barnes's best-selling Flaubert's Parrot.
Traduções e versões de Jorge Sousa Braga
THE LAST THING YOU WANT TO BE WHEN THE WORLD ENDS IS A FREE MAN FIRST IN THE EXPLOSIVE OUTPOST SEASON ONE Brennick Maximum Security Prison, one of the most dangerous places on earth. Populated with fifteen hundred of the most viscous offenders in the western hemisphere. The guards watch their every move, weapons ready. The Warden rules with an iron fist. But they're about to find that the real threat is coming. It's here. And it's from outside the walls...