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Gianfranco Rosi: tre film inediti. DVD. Con libro
Author: Gianfranco Rosi
ISBN: 8807740753
Year: 2015-09
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Author: Pietro Bartolo
Publisher: MacLehose Press
ISBN: 0857057308
Pages: 208
Year: 2018-05-03
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"Bartolo tells us about rescuing everyone he can, burying those he cannot, and saving their stories as if they were his own. This is a personal, urgent and universal book" GLORIA STEINEM "An urgent, wrenching dispatch from the frontline of the defining crisis of our times . . . Bartolo is at once the saviour and the coroner to boatload after boatload of migrants who risk everything to cross the deadly seas. It is also a damning indictment of the broader, collective indifference of humankind to both the drowned and the saved" PHILIP GOUREVITCH "Dr Pietro Bartolo has seen more suffering and death in his career than any one man should have to witness" Amnesty International "Through Bartolo we understand that it is impossible to do nothing in the face of such great human need" Vanity Fair It is common to think of the refugee crisis as a recent phenomenon, but Dr Pietro Bartolo, who runs the clinic on the Italian island of Lampedusa, has been caring for its victims - both the living and the dead - for a quarter of a century. Situated some 200 km off Italy's Southern coast, Lampedusa has hit the world headlines in recent years as the first port of call for hundreds of thousands of African and Middle Eastern migrants hoping to make a new life in Europe. The shipwrecks began in 1992. Before the Arab Spring, they came from Africa, but now they come from across the Arab world as well. And the death toll is staggering. On Christmas Eve, 1996, 286 bodies were recovered; on the night of October 3, 2003, 366 out of 500 migrants died after a shipwreck nearby. For the past twenty-five years, Doctor Bartolo has been rescuing, welcoming, helping, and providing medical assistance to those who survived. But, above all, he has been listening to them. Tales of pain and hope, stories of those who didn't make it, who died at sea, their bodies washed up on shore; stories of those who lost their loved ones, of babies that never had a chance to be born. Translated from the Italian by Chenxin Jiang
Johnny Thunders
Author: Nina Antonia
ISBN: 1901447154
Pages: 257
Year: 2000
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A biography of the legendary guitarist which covers his story from his early days in the New York Dolls through to the Heartbreakers and his controversial solo career which culminated in his premature death from a drug overdose at age 38. Includes many interviews with famous contemporaries and a full discography.
The Leisure Seeker LP
Author: Michael Zadoorian
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061719838
Pages: 306
Year: 2009-02-10
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Recognizing that the final stage of their lives is upon them, John and Ella Robina, the former an Alzheimer's patient, the latter succumbing to cancer, sneak away from their over-protective children and doctors to embark on an RV vacation along Route 66. (General Fiction)
The Dark Valley
Author: Valerio Varesi
Publisher: MacLehose Press
ISBN: 1623652812
Pages: 272
Year: 2013-11-05
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It is autumn in Parma. Commissario Soneri decides to escape the city to return to his home village in the Appenines for a much-needed holiday. He plans to spend the time hunting for mushrooms on the wooded slopes of Montelupo. The small and isolated village revolves around the fortunes of the Rodolfi family, salami manufacturers for generations. Its patriarch, the gifted Palmiro, runs a tight ship, but behind the scenes, all is not well: his son, Paride, has other plans for his future. And then all of a sudden the family finds itself in the throes of a financial scandal, with worrying implications for the entire community. Soon afterwards a hiker discovers a decomposing body in the woods After initial protestations, Soneri soon gives up all hope of a peaceful break. The complicated relationship he uncovers between Rodolfi and his son becomes all the more pertinent when he learns that his own father and Palmiro Ridolfi were once friends.
Ballooning over Everest
Author: Leo Dickinson
Publisher: Random House (UK)
Pages: 160
Year: 1993-02-27
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Interpreting Audiences
Author: Shaun Moores
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1446230260
Pages: 208
Year: 1993-10-26
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In this comprehensive guide to important new developments in the study of media reception, Shaun Moores reviews a wide range of qualitative audience research and charts the emergence of a critical ethnographic perspective on everyday consumer practices. The author considers the distinctive features of audience ethnography and outlines its applications in communication and cultural analysis. Four main areas of inquiry are discussed: the power of media texts to determine the meanings made by their readers; the relationship between media genres and the social patterns of taste; the day-to-day settings and dynamic social situations of reception; and the cultural uses and interpretations of communication technologies in the home. Assessing the theories of Bourdieu, De Certeau and others, as well as drawing on his own investigations of new media technologies in domestic contexts, Moores advances a model of creativity and constraint in everyday life.
Anne Pedersdotter
Author: Hans Wiers-Jenssen
Pages: 93
Year: 1917
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Forget my name
Author: Zerocalcare
Publisher: Europe Comics
Pages: 240
Year: 2015-12-21T00:00:00+01:00
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When the last vestiges of his childhood are taken from him, Zerocalcare discovers unsuspected secrets about his family. Torn between the soothing numbness of the innocence of youth and the impossibility to elude society's ever expanding control over people's lives, he'll have to understand where he really comes from, before he understands where he is going.
The little comedy and other stories
Author: Arthur Schnitzler
Publisher: Frederick Ungar
Pages: 234
Year: 1977
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A Man's Blessing
Author: Leonardo Sciascia
Pages: 146
Year: 1968
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My Father's Suitcase
Author: Orhan Pamuk
ISBN: 0571238610
Pages: 24
Year: 2006
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Zavattini: sequences from a cinematic life
Author: Cesare Zavattini
Publisher: Not Avail
Pages: 297
Year: 1970-01-01
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Social Policy
Author: Colin Ward
Publisher: Freedom Press (CA)
ISBN: 0900384980
Pages: 96
Year: 1996-01-01
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A new collection of essays, largely focussing on the history of informal housing movements - squatters and cotters, plotlanders, travellers and settlers - together with water and the gift relationship, and anarchism in the 21st century. As ever, Ward remains a shining example of one placing his anarchism in an everyday, practical context.
Da la presa di Roma a Il piccolo garibaldino
Author: Mario Musumeci, Sergio Toffetti
Publisher: Gangemi Editore
Pages: 128
Year: 2010-04-15
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The accompanying DVD contains two films considered significant in constructing the relatinonship between the cinema and the Risorgimento. "La presa di Roma" (ca. 5 min.), directed by Filoteo Alberini and released in 1905 is considered the first Italian film shown in Italy. In black and white this silent film tells the story of the breach of the Porta Pia by Bersaglieri soldiers on Sept. 20, 1870 to complete the unification of Italy. "Il piccolo garibaldino" (ca. 12 min.) produced by Filoteo Alberini and released in 1909 is a short drama about a young boy who is killed during the Spedizione dei Mille, a military campaign led by revolutionary Giuseppe Garibaldi in 1860 to defeat the Kingdom of theTwo Sicilies and unify Italy. Both films were restored by the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografâia--Cineteca nazionale as part of a joint project between them and the Grand Orient of Italy to mark the bicentennial celebrations of the birth of Guiseppe Garibaldi.

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