By Henry James
By Olaudah Equiano,Vincent Carretta
An intriguing and infrequently terrifying experience tale, in addition to an enormous precursor to such well-known nineteenth-century slave narratives as Frederick Douglass's autobiographies, Olaudah Equiano's The fascinating Narrative recounts his kidnapping in Africa on the age of ten, his carrier because the slave of an officer within the British military, his ten years of work on slave ships until eventually he was once capable of buy his freedom in 1766, and his lifestyles in a while as a number one and revered determine within the antislavery circulation in England. A lively autobiography, a story of religious quest and achievement, and a worldly treatise on faith, politics, and economics, The fascinating Narrative is a piece of tolerating literary and ancient value.
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By Geoffrey Chaucer,Jill Mann
By Lev Tolstói,Agustín Comotto,Victor Gallego Ballestero
a su vida...
Publicada en 1886, los angeles muerte de Iván Ilich es una de las obras maestras del escritor ruso Lev Tolstói. Aclamada por Vladimir Nabokov y por Mahatma Gandhi como los angeles mejor de toda los angeles literatura rusa, es una de sus últimas novelas,
fruto de l. a. drawback que el autor vivió al cumplir los 50 años y que superaría con un radical cambio espiritual.
Esta novela, ilustrada por Agustín Comotto y con una nueva y excelente traducción de Víctor Gallego, formulation preguntas fundamentales que se han hecho todos los seres humanos a lo largo de l. a. Historia.
«La muerte de Iván Ilich es los angeles obra más artística, l. a. más perfecta y l. a. más refinada de Tolstói»
By Natsume Soseki,Lydia Origlia
Come un viandante qualsiasi, col suo guanciale d’erba – insieme, il cuscino di chi va according to il mondo e una grande metafora del viaggio di ogni uomo alla ricerca di se stesso – l’artista raccoglie questa e altre meravigliose storie lungo il suo peregrinare, semplicemente in step with ubbidire al suo modesto e chic compito: «rasserenare il mondo e arricchire il cuore degli uomini».
Dall’autore di Io sono un gatto una delle opere fondamentali della moderna letteratura giapponese.
«Una vetta tra le grandi pagine lasciate da passeggiatori solitari e viandanti letterari: da Rousseau fino a Walser o Jünger o Giono».
«Qual è il suo libro preferito?» «Guanciale d’erba di Soseki».
Da un’intervista a Glenn Gould
By Antonio Ortuño
By Michel Ragon
Michel Ragon a connu leurs débuts, leurs années de dèche, d'incompréhension, de rejet par toutes les associations qui, aujourd'hui, les honorent. Auteur de l. a. première étude sur Gaston Chaissac en 1946, ami intime d'Hartung, biographe d'Atlan, de Poliakoff, de Fautrier, de Dubuffet, Michel Ragon raconte cinquante ans plus tard, et alors que ces six artistes devenus illustres nous ont quittés, le difficile parcours qui fut le leur après los angeles Seconde Guerre mondiale.
Alliant los angeles précision de l'histoire de l'art à l'émotion du romancier, Le Regard et los angeles Mémoire offre un ensemble de témoignages inédits, reconstituant de surcroît tout un pan de l. a. vie artistique parisienne dans les années 50.
By Norman Maclean,O. Alan Weltzien
In his eighty-seven years, Norman Maclean performed many elements: fisherman, logger, firefighter, student, instructor. however it used to be a task he took up overdue in existence, that of author, that gained him enduring popularity and important acclaim—as good because the devotion of readers around the globe. notwithstanding the 1976 assortment A River Runs via It and different Stories was once the single booklet Maclean released in his lifetime, it used to be an unforeseen luck, and the relocating relatives tragedy of the name novella—based principally on Maclean’s thoughts of his youth domestic in Montana—has proved to be the most enduring American tales ever written.
The Norman Maclean Reader is an excellent addition to Maclean’s celebrated oeuvre. Bringing jointly formerly unpublished fabrics with incidental writings and decisions from his extra recognized works, the Reader will function the suitable creation for readers new to Maclean, whereas delivering longtime enthusiasts new perception into his lifestyles and career.
In this evocative assortment, Maclean as either a author and a guy turns into obtrusive. Perceptive, intimate essays care for his occupation as a instructor and a literary student, in addition to the wealth of family members tales for which Maclean is legendary. whole with a beneficiant number of letters, in addition to excerpts from a 1986 interview, The Norman Maclean Reader offers an absolutely fleshed-out portrait of this a lot fashionable writer, exhibiting us a author totally conscious of the nuances of his craft, and a guy as at domestic within the educational setting of the college of Chicago as within the quiet mountains of his liked Montana.
Various and relocating, the works accrued in The Norman Maclean Reader function either a summation and a party, giving readers an opportunity once more to listen to considered one of American literature’s such a lot special voices.
By Henry Williamson
Volume 11 of The Chronicle of historic Sunlight. Twelve hundred acres of downland valley with a trout movement anticipate an inheritor and Sir Hilary Maddison wishes his in basic terms nephew Phillip to profit farming the demanding manner, starting as a labourer and emerging to a tenancy-for-life. yet Phillip has different rules. not able to disregard the early loss of life of his spouse Barley in addition to his pals who died within the nice battle, he must recreate his earlier in his writing. attempting to mix either worlds Phillip is sure to fail in a single of them; and literary luck simply intensifies the predicament.
'The most interesting but in Mr Williamson's lengthy sequence' Kenneth Allsop
By Fanny Burney,Edward A. Bloom,Lillian D. Bloom
An vastly well known eighteenth-century novel, Camilla is touched at many issues through the advancing spirit of romanticism. As in Evelina, Fanny Burney weaves into her novel strands of sunshine and darkish, comedian episodes and gothic shudders, and creates a trend of social and ethical dilemmas which emphasize and remove darkness from the distance among generations.
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