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Senti come canta il cuore
Author: Marco Canella
Publisher: Delos Digital srl
ISBN: 8825400853
Pages: 198
Year: 2017-01-31
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ROMANZO (198 pagine) - ROMANCE - Dietro a una nuova storia che inizia c'è sempre un cuore che canta... Quando Marco decide di farsi ricoverare in un Hospice, Vanessa fa di tutto per cercare di alleviare le sue sofferenze. Lo coccola, si prende cura di lui, di tanto in tanto porta in visita Birbo, il loro cagnolino. Ma Vanessa non si limita a questo. Marco è uno scrittore professionista che scrive romanzi rosa con lo pseudonimo di Meli Writer. Quando lui le propone di spiegarle tutti i segreti della scrittura affinché possa prendere il suo posto, lei accetta. Inizia così un entusiasmante percorso fatto non solo di lezioni teoriche ma anche pratiche. Quando i due, mano nella mano, chiudono gli occhi, riescono a "vivere" ciò che viene prodotto dalla loro fantasia. "Senti come canta il cuore" è quello che Marco le dice, per spiegarle come si fa a capire quando un'idea è quella giusta. Nel frattempo, una notizia inattesa sconvolge Vanessa. Scopre che la vita da una parte le sta portando via la cosa più cara che ha, ma dall'altra le sta donando un qualcosa di grandioso e inaspettato. La vita, nel bene o nel male, riesce sempre a stupire. Un istante è sufficiente per rimescolare tutte le carte, e per scombinare, ancora una volta, i pensieri di Vanessa. Marco Canella nasce a Copparo (FE) nel 1979, e vive a Tresigallo (FE). Nel 2012 ha vinto il concorso La Città del Principe di Carignano (TO), con il racconto "Anche gli angeli portano le scarpe", e per quattro anni consecutivi, dal 2011 al 2014, si è aggiudicato il premio delle Unità produttive dell'industria e dell'artigianato, con altrettante prose in versi. Ha collaborato con il quotidiano "La Nuova Ferrara" e con l'associazione Borghi Autentici d'Italia. Con Delos Books ha pubblicato racconti in diverse antologie. Con Delos Digital ha pubblicato i racconti "Baciati dalla luna", "Magia alle terme" e "Quella stella brilla solo per noi" usciti in "Passioni Romantiche" e "Il Bodylover e Ritorno in paradiso" usciti in "Senza Sfumature". "Senti come canta il cuore" è il suo primo romanzo.
Loris, frutto proibito
Author: Marco Canella
Publisher: Delos Digital srl
ISBN: 882540459X
Pages: 247
Year: 2018-01-16
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Romance - romanzo (247 pagine) - Perché dovrei rifiutarla? Per la promessa che ho fatto di non innamorarmi mai più? Al diavolo, meglio approfittarne... sarà solo una volta, poi non accadrà più! Loris nasconde un passato terribile che lo ha segnato profondamente. Ha fatto una promessa alla madre scomparsa; promessa che gli vieta di innamorarsi. Comincia a vacillare quando in ufficio si presenta Scilla, neo assunta dalla bellezza indiscutibile, che dimostra di essere intelligente, dolce e sensibile. È il massimo per un uomo, e Loris, che è il suo capo, inizia a provare qualcosa, anche se non vuole ammetterlo. Un viaggio di lavoro a Milano segna la svolta. Dopo un primo momento in cui i due legano diventando ottimi amici, la situazione precipita. Loris, invitato a cena dal cugino milanese, si presenta in compagnia di Scilla, spacciandola per la fidanzata. Un bacio maledetto apre un solco tra i due... Sarà la madre, che si presenta in sogno a Loris, a tentare di dare una svolta in positivo. Incita il figlio a dichiararsi, cancellando quella promessa che non ha più ragione di esistere. Loris racconta a Scilla il suo passato; torna il sereno, ma un nuovo ostacolo giunge inaspettato a infrangere la tranquillità faticosamente raggiunta. Il futuro si prospetta tutt'altro che roseo per i due... l'amore riuscirà a trionfare sconfiggendo le avversità? Marco Canella nasce a Copparo (FE) nel 1979, e vive a Tresigallo (FE). Nel 2012 ha vinto il concorso La Città del Principe di Carignano (TO), con il racconto Anche gli angeli portano le scarpe, e per quattro anni consecutivi, dal 2011 al 2014, si è aggiudicato il premio delle Unità produttive dell’industria e dell’artigianato, con altrettante prose in versi. Ha collaborato con il quotidiano La Nuova Ferrara e con l’associazione Borghi Autentici d’Italia. Con Delos Digital ha già pubblicato racconti in diverse collane e il romanzo Senti come canta il cuore in Odissea Romantica.
The Sergeant in the Snow
Author: Mario Rigoni Stern
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810160552
Pages: 104
Year: 1998
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First published in Italy in 1953, this autobiography details the author's harrowing experiences as a soldier on the Russian front during World War II.
Mr. Beautiful
Author: R.K. Lilley
Publisher: R.K. Lilley
ISBN: 1628780142
Pages: 321
Year: 2014-10-15
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MR. BEAUTIFUL (UP IN THE AIR #4) JAMES She was my sin and my temple. I both worshipped and defiled there. Gloried and desecrated. Revered and debased. I’ve been remade four times in my life. It is a distinct feeling. Impossible to mistake. The very marked sensation of being unraveled and reknit into a new thing, a new person. It can be good or bad, helpful or harmful, but above all, it is unstoppable. I was remade when my parents died, went from a happy childhood, into navigating a very dark world, with endless responsibilities, surrounded by enemies, and despairingly alone. It happened again at the hands of a cowardly predator. I’d become angrier with that one, more cynical, and it undoubtedly turned me into the kinky f**k I was today. The third happened swiftly. One day I looked up into a pair of pale blue eyes and saw the other half of my soul. Checkmate. I went from a completely controlled existence, a life where I made every decision with cold calculation, to a man overcome with feelings and emotions that were foreign but somehow wonderful. And all too soon after that cataclysmic change was this fourth one, this one where I begged a God I’d never entertained to spare the life of a woman that I could not live without. Mr. Beautiful is a continuation of the Up in the Air series, told from the male point of view, with POVs from James, Stephan, Tristan, Frankie, and Akira. This book is intended for readers 18 and up.
Canti
Author: Aleardo Aleardi
Publisher:
ISBN: 172301866X
Pages: 576
Year: 2018-07-12
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Un bel mattino passeggiavo con mio padre, secondo il nostro costume; eravamo inseparabili; s'egli andava in un luogo senza di me, di lì a un poco mi vedeano spuntare; parea che sapessi di doverlo perdere così presto. Ero in su que' bei diciott'anni, e su que' bei colli veronesi. La strada che talora serviva di letto al torrente, serpeggiava profonda, sassosa, sdrucciola, tutta segnata sulla creta, dalle unghie fesse delle pecore, e dalle scarpe ferrate dei montanari. Due file di càrpini e di querce scapitozzate con macchie di rovi legate insieme da volubili madriselve sorgevano ombrose sull'alto delle due ripe, più a guisa di parete che di siepe, lasciando cadere dai cigli corrosi le pendole barbe delle radici nude.
Women of Scotland
Author: Helen Susan Swift
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1534937919
Pages: 262
Year: 2016-06-28
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Women of Scotland is a thematic time trip through Scottish history and the important part that women have played in its past. From the humble to the great, Scottish women have been at the forefront and background of events. Here are the fisherwomen, the warriors, the great writers, the Jacobites, the martyrs and the mill girls. Without them, Scotland would not have existed. Join on a great journey from the Dark Ages to the 21st century, and learn about the women who have been the driving force behind the small, yet dynamic nation.
Diary, 1937-1943
Author: conte Galeazzo Ciano, Robert Lawrence Miller, Stanislao G. Pugliese, V. Umberto Coletti-Perucca, Hugh Gibson
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 624
Year: 2002
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The Ciano Diaries are one of the most important documents recording the events taking place in Europe leading up to the Second World War and how they effected the rest of the world. Galezzo Ciano was in the forefront of those momentous events, not only because he happened to be Mussolini's son in law, but most important because at the age of 35 he was also Italy's Minister of Foreign Affairs and one of the major proponents of the Axis Alliance with Nazi Germany.
Stealing Serenity
Author: Tami Veldura
Publisher: Bottom Drawer Publications
ISBN: 1925296237
Pages:
Year: 2016-02-23
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What happens when a master thief meets a master ropesman . . . he gets all tied up! Daniel has worked the confidence game many times in the pursuit of a prize. This time it’s for “Serenity,” a photograph worth four million dollars, and it represents the largest payday Daniel has ever chased. To uncover its whereabouts he needs to get close to Kearin, the auction house owner and photographer. Kearin knows that Daniel will be an asset for the non-profit arm of his business when he meets him at an event, but his job offer is a cover for his real motive: to get Daniel in front of his camera. Preferably naked, bound, and needy to fulfill a specific request for a client−a portfolio that will put him at the top of his field. Daniel readily agrees to model for Kearin−thinking it will lead him to “Serenity”−but what he doesn’t expect is to fall for Kearin’s brand of intensity instead. Will he go for the photograph or Kearin’s heart?
Cosima
Author: Grazia Deledda
Publisher:
ISBN: 0704301490
Pages: 140
Year: 1991
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"Cosima" tells the story of an aspiring writer growing up in Nuoro, Sardinia during the last decades of the nineteenth century when formal education for women was rare and literary careers unheard-of. Based on Deledda's own life, the work describes a young woman's struggle against the dismay and disapproval of her family and friends at her creative ambitions. Yet it also reads like a charming fable with details of family life, rural traditions and wild bandits, and it is as much a novel of memory as of character or action. Deledda's characters are poor country folk driven by some predetermined force. Their loves are tragic, their lives as hard and as rigidly controlled as nature itself in the hills of Sardinia. Deledda creates memorable figures who play out their lives against this backdrop of mountains and bare plains, sheepfolds and vineyards. Shimmering in the distance is the sea and escape - for a few - to the Continent or America. In 1926 Grazia Deledda became the second woman and the second Italian to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. She wrote thirty-three novels, including "Reeds in the Wind," and many books of short stories, almost all set on Sardinia. Her work has become well known to English-speaking readers through Martha King's translations for Italica Press.
Blameless
Author: Claudio Magris
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300227906
Pages: 384
Year: 2017-04-25
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From one of Europe’s most revered authors, a tale of one man’s obsessive project to collect the instruments of death, evil, and humanity’s darkest atrocities in order to oppose them Claudio Magris’s searing new novel ruthlessly confronts the human obsession with war and its savagery in every age and every country. His tale centers on a man whose maniacal devotion to the creation of a Museum of War involves both a horrible secret and the hope of redemption. Luisa Brooks, his museum’s curator, a descendant of victims of Jewish exile and of black slavery, has a complex dilemma: will the collections she exhibits save humanity from repeating its tragic and violent past? Or might the display of articles of war actually valorize and memorialize evil atrocities? In Blameless Magris affirms his mastery of the novel form, interweaving multiple themes and traveling deftly through history. With a multitude of stories, the author investigates individual sorrow, the societal burden of justice aborted, and the ways in which memory and historical evidence are sabotaged or sometimes salvaged.
The Fellowship of the Ring
Author: John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0007522908
Pages: 407
Year: 2013
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Fantasy fiction. When they were first published, THE HOBBIT and THE LORD OF THE RINGS became instant classics. Treasured by readers young and old, these works of sweeping fantasy, steeped in unrivalled magic and otherworldliness have sold more than 150 million copies around the world. This new boxed set contains both titles and features brand new cover designs. It offers readers a new opportunity to discover Tolkien's remarkable world of Middle-earth and to follow the complete story of Bilbo Baggins and the Hobbits' part in the epic quest for the Ring beginning with Bilbo's fateful visit from Gandalf and culminating in the dramatic climax between Frodo and Gollum atop Mount Doom.
The London Scene
Author: Virginia Woolf
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060881283
Pages: 77
Year: 2006-07-03
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First serialized in Good Housekeeping in 1931 and 1932, a collection of essays by the renowned author of Mrs. Dalloway follows the writer on six walks through her hometown of London, England, painting an evocative portrait of the city, its landmarks, its political and cultural milieu, and its colorful inhabitants. 30,000 first printing.
Not All Bastards Are from Vienna
Author: Andrea Molesini
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
ISBN: 0802190197
Pages: 352
Year: 2016-02-02
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Andrea Molesini’s exquisite debut novel—winner of the prestigious Campiello Prize—portrays the depths of heroism and horror within a Northern Italian village toward the end of the Great War. While a family’s villa is requisitioned by enemy troops, they are forced to intimately confront war’s injustice as their involvement with its sinister underpinnings grows more and more complex. In the autumn of 1917, Refrontolo—a small community north of Venice—is invaded by Austrian soldiers as the Italian army is pushed to the Piave river. The Spada family owns the largest estate in the area, where orphaned seventeen-year-old Paolo lives with his eccentric grandparents, headstrong aunt, and a loyal staff. With the battlefront nearby, the Spada home become a bastion of resistance, both clashing and cooperating with the military members imposing on their household. When Paolo is recruited to help with a covert operation, his life is put in irrevocable jeopardy. As he bears witness to violence and hostility between enemies, he grows to understand the value of courage, dignity, family bonds, and patriotism during wartime.
The Flame
Author: Gabriele D'Annunzio
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 340
Year: 1907
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Towards a Poor Theatre
Author: Jerzy Grotowski
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136745866
Pages: 264
Year: 2012-11-12
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Originally published in 1968, Jerzy Grotowski's groundbreaking book is available once again. As a record of Grotowski's theatrical experiments, this book is an invaluable resource to students and theater practioners alike.

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