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Etiche della professione legale
Author: Geoffrey C. Hazard, Angelo Dondi
Publisher:
ISBN: 8815108033
Pages: 411
Year: 2005
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Mea Cuba
Author: Guillermo Cabrena Infante
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0374524467
Pages: 512
Year: 1995-10-31
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With bitter irony, the author tells a story sadly repeated during this century. A dictatorship that silences the intellectuals, a regime that lies and kills, and a propaganda war that has yet to end. One of the best compilations of documents on recent Cuban history.
The Secrets of Italy
Author: Corrado Augias
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications
ISBN: 0847842754
Pages: 220
Year: 2014-04-01
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One of Italy's best-known writers takes a Grand Tour through her cities, history, and literature in search of the true character of this contradictory nation. There is Michelangelo, but also the mafia. Pavarotti, but also Berlusconi. The debonair Milanese, but also the infamous captain of the Costa Concordia cruise ship. This is Italy, admired and reviled, a country that has guarded her secrets and confounded outsiders. Now, when this "Italian paradox" is more evident than ever, cultural authority Corrado Augias poses the puzzling questions: how did it get this way? How can this peninsula be simultaneously the home of geniuses and criminals, the cradle of beauty and the butt of jokes? An instant #1 bestseller in Italy, Augias's latest sets out to rediscover the story-different from the history-of this country. Beginning with how Italy is seen from the outside and from the inside, he weaves a geo-historical narrative, passing through principal cities and rereading the classics and the biographies of the people that have, for better or worse, made Italians who they are. From the gloomy atmosphere of Cagliostro's Palermo to the elegant court of Maria Luigia in Parma, from the ghetto of Venice to the heroic Neapolitan uprising against the Nazis, Augias sheds light on the Italian character, explaining it to outsiders and to Italians themselves. The result is a "novel of a nation," whose protagonists are both the figures we know from history and literature and characters long hidden between the cracks of historical narrative and memory.
Prosperous Nation Building Through Shipbuilding
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Publisher: KW Publishers Pvt Ltd
ISBN: 9385714813
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Year: 2013-03-15
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This book elucidates the potential of the shipbuilding industry for initiating economic development, which eventually leads to enhancing the prosperity of a nation. This is explained by intrinsically linking the macroeconomics of the nation with the microeconomics of the shipbuilding industry. The economic and commercial spin offs by the shipyard to the various industries have been analysed and calculated. An attempt has been made to trace the illustrious past of Indian shipbuilding from the Bronze Age, through the ancient kingdom period, to the present times, in the backdrop of Indian maritime history. The operational requirement of commercial as well as defence shipbuilding has been analysed to assess the available potential market space for the Indian shipbuilding industry. Lessons from history help to formulate future strategies. In pursuit of this, the book investigates the global trends in commercial shipbuilding since the industrial revolution period to date; the success stories of leading shipbuilding nations viz.UK, USA, Japan, Korea and China have been analysed. The benefits accrued by these nations through shipbuilding have been summarised. The strategies adopted by each of these countries to reach the pinnacle in shipbuilding have been examined and the salient features relevant for India have been identified. Productivity measurement in shipbuilding has been examined and the problems with the current system have been highlighted, along with solutions. This book suggests the usage of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), a mathematical linear programming technique, as an appropriate tool to measure total productivity as well as profitability. The various ways of improving profitability in shipbuilding, by way of costcutting techniques, along with some Indian case studies have been explained in the book. Keeping the ‘Indian Maritime Agenda 20102020’ vision document in the backdrop, a strategic appreciation of the Indian shipbuilding industry has been undertaken using the SWOT, the Matrix and the Scenario analyses. Based on these analyses, strategies have been formulated for all the stakeholders who can influence the Indian shipbuilding industry. The book then identifies the need for an alchemist leader, who can harmonise all the stakeholders and thereby propel the Indian shipbuilding industry towards achieving the longterm goal of creating a prosperous India.
Tutta colpa di Mr G.
Author: Milena Galetto
Publisher:
ISBN: 8894292126
Pages:
Year: 2018
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Richard Scarry's Longest Book Ever!
Author: Richard Scarry
Publisher: Simon Spotlight
ISBN: 0689801343
Pages: 24
Year: 1995-09-30
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Poor Bananas Gorilla! He can't find his bananas anywhere! Kids will delight in helping Bananas Gorilla find his lost bananas somewhere aboard this busy 8-foot-long freight train! Thanks to Richard Scarry's well-loved illustrations, lots of flaps to lift, and a movable crane, this hilarious pull-out book is sure to be a hit with children of all ages. All aboard!
The Violin
Author: Dacia Maraini
Publisher: Arcadia Books Limited
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Pages: 197
Year: 2001
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This autobiographical novel takes the form of letters between Vera, a widely traveled playwright, and six-year-old Flavia, the niece of Vera's lover, violinist Edoardo.
From the Land of the Moon
Author: Milena Agus
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1609450582
Pages: 114
Year: 2010-12-28
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But what do we really know about other people? Set against the stunning Sardinian landscape of rugged mountains and villages lost in time, this internationally bestselling novel is a multi-generational family saga about love, lust and country. An young unnamed woman reflects the life of her grandmother, a bewitching and eccentric figure whose abiding search for love spans much of the twentieth century. In 1943, as American bombs fall on the city of Cagliari, the young woman’s grandmother is thirty and already considered an old maid, unmarried and still living at home with her parents. But when the bombing ceases, and despite her protests, her father forces her to marry the first man to propose, an older widower she doesn’t love. After suffering several miscarriages, she is sent for treatment at a spa on the mainland, where she falls in love with an injured Italian army veteran and nine months later gives birth to a son. Attributing the pregnancy to her spa treatment, she returns to her husband and never reveals the affair. Decades later, she returns to the mainland and travels to her former lover’s hometown of Milan. Dressed in her finest coat and shoes, she wanders the streets in search of the elusive veteran. A bittersweet story of love and loss and a moving tribute to the power of storytelling, From the Land of the Moon is the powerful English debut of one of Italy’s most important new literary talents.
Casa Rossa
Author: Francesca Marciano
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407054325
Pages: 352
Year: 2011-04-05
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This second novel by the author of the acclaimed Rules of the Wild is very much in the tradition of The Leopard or The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, a compelling story of three generations in twentieth-century Italy. Casa Rossa, the home of the Strada family, is a magnificent farmhouse standing amidst the olive groves of Puglia. The story opens as the house is being sold. Alina, the daughter entrusted with packing it up, is piecing together the fragments of her family's past. Her grandmother, Renee, a beautiful Tunisian pied noir, muse and model to Alina's painter grandfather, left him for a woman and fled to Paris. Her mother Alba, who grew up at Casa Rossa, marries a melancholic screenwriter, who dies in mysterious circumstances. And then there is her sister Isabella, once her best friend, who becomes a stranger caught up in a bitter fight for a dangerous ideology. The sisters' love for each other is always precarious, and in time shifts to a betrayal of which they can never speak. A haunting story of what happens when family secrets collide with history, Casa Rossa moves from the duplicity of Italy's role in the 1930s to the dark years of Red Brigade's terrorism in the seventies. Intricate, moving, suspenseful, Casa Rossa confirms Francesca Marciano as a writer of remarkable gifts.
A Name for Himself
Author: Catherine Dunne
Publisher: Vintage Books USA
ISBN: 009926854X
Pages: 278
Year: 1999-04-01
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Farrell hated Brown on sight. When he fell in love with his daughter he hated him even more. She seemed out of his league. He eventually wins her over but each of them has old ghosts that refuse to lie down.
Conflitto e democrazia in Europa, 1650-2000:
Author: Charles Tilly
Publisher: Bruno Mondadori
ISBN: 8861595987
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Business Vocabulary in Use - Advanced
Author: Bill Mascull
Publisher: Ernst Klett Sprachen
ISBN: 3125335078
Pages: 176
Year: 2010
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Business Vocabulary in Use Advanced Second edition is for students and professionals looking to expand their business vocabulary.
MEDITAZIONI SULLA ECONOMIA POL
Author: Pietro 1728-1797 Verri
Publisher: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 1371488533
Pages: 252
Year: 2016-08-27
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Business Vocabulary in Use. Elementary
Author: Bill Mascull
Publisher: Ernst Klett Sprachen
ISBN: 3125341566
Pages: 138
Year: 2006
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Spiritual Sayings of Kahlil Gibran
Author: Kahlil Gibran
Publisher: Lyle Stuart
ISBN: 0806500417
Pages: 94
Year: 1962
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