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A Hist Ria Do Brasil Para Quem Tem Pressa

Author: Marcos Costa
Publisher: Editora Valentina
ISBN: 8558890137
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Dos bastidores do descobrimento à crise de 2015 em 200 páginas! Ilustrado e didático, um livro essencial para todos que procuram um ponto de partida para se aprofundar na história do Brasil. Diz o poeta alemão Bertold Brecht: "De nada vale partir das coisas boas de sempre, mas sim das coisas novas e ruins. " Seguindo tais conselhos, A História do Brasil para Quem Tem Pressa faz uma digressão sobre a história do país para tentar compreender o tempo presente e responder a algumas perguntas essenciais: • Por que, do ponto de vista político, o Brasil ainda é um país muito frágil? • Por que a nossa imensa riqueza natural não se reverte em um estado de bem-estar social universal? • O que estava por trás da viagem que trouxe Cabral ao Brasil? • Por que o território foi dividido em Capitanias Hereditárias? • Por que fomos a última nação do mundo ocidental a abolir de forma oficial o trabalho escravo? Além de responder a essas perguntas, Marcos Costa trata também de outros temas essenciais da nossa história: os verdadeiros milagres brasileiros -- a cana-de-açúcar, o café e o ouro; a abdicação de D. Pedro I; a Guerra do Paraguai; o papel de D. Pedro II e da Princesa Isabel no cenário da futura República; a República do Café com Leite; a Inconfidência Mineira; a Revolução de 1930; o Estado Novo; a morte de Getúlio; a ascensão de JK; Jango e o golpe militar de 1964; o milagre econômico; o movimento das Diretas Já; FHC e o Plano Real; Lula e o PT no poder.

Box Cole O Hist Ria Para Quem Tem Pressa

Author: Marcos Costa
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788558890496
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É um desafio resumir mais de 5 mil anos de história em apenas 200 páginas, mas é exatamente esse o objetivo deste livro. 'A História do Mundo para Quem Tem Pressa' é, na verdade, um guia sintético mas abrangente, para tudo o que precisamos saber sobre os acontecimentos mais importantes da história, desde as antigas civilizações até o final da Segunda Guerra Mundial e a criação da ONU. Quer esteja interessado no império de Alexandre, o Grande, ou no florescimento da república cartaginesa e sua destruição por Roma; na ascensão dos califados árabes ou na dinastia Tang, da China; na Guerra Civil Norte-Americana ou na emancipação das mulheres, o leitor encontrará os fatos essenciais neste livro. 'A História do Mundo para Quem Tem Pressa' permite que o leitor compreenda a interconexão do tempo e dos acontecimentos.

A Short History Of The World

Author: Geoffrey Blainey
Publisher: Ivan R. Dee
ISBN: 1461709865
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A superb history of the world's people during the last four million years, beginning before the human race moved out of Africa to explore and settle the other continents. Mr. Blainey explores the development of technology and skills, the rise of major religions, and the role of geography, considering both the larger patterns and the individual nature of history. A delightful read, gracefully written, and full of odd and interesting pieces of information as well as thoughtful comparisons that span both time and space. —William L. O'Neill

A Curvatura Da Banana

Author: Marcos Costa
Publisher: Sextante
ISBN: 8556080324
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Nesse novo livro, Marcos Costa, consagrado autor de História do Brasil para quem tem pressa, apresenta uma espécie de doença social que acomete o Brasil desde a chegada dos portugueses e nos impede de construir um projeto de nação.Relembrando fatos históricos conhecidos de todos nós, ele delineia as circunstâncias em que foi lançada a pedra fundamental que vem baseando nosso cotidiano ao longo dos últimos 500 anos e levanta questões que nos farão refletir sobre que país desejamos para os próximos cinco centenários."A recorrência, no Brasil, das relações espúrias entre governo e empresários ao longo de 500 anos de nossa história e a consequente falta de distinção entre o público e o privado devem ser objeto de uma reflexão profunda, por serem a vertente de nosso descompasso com a civilização, de nosso eterno voo de galinha como nação, de toda a nossa tragédia cotidiana.Tendo a sociedade brasileira sido constituída desde o início da forma que foi, o resultado não poderia ter sido outro. É da natureza de um sistema completamente descompromissado com um projeto de nação gerar uma sociedade também extremamente personalista, cuja peculiaridade é a prevalência da parte sobre o todo. Assim como é da natureza da bananeira gerar um fruto como a banana, com todas as suas características, inclusive sua curvatura peculiar.A corrupção está para o tipo de sociedade, de política e de economia que se praticam no Brasil como a sua curvatura peculiar está para a banana, ou seja, é sua mais primária natureza, sua genética, seu destino e sua disposição natural. Enquanto não houver uma nação, não haverá povo, não haverá cidadania. Assim como enquanto cultivarmos bananeiras não iremos colher outro fruto senão bananas." – Marcos Costa

World History For Dummies

Author: Peter Haugen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470547526
Size: 43.40 MB
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Now updated! Your personal tour guide to the history of the world Want to know more about global history? This concise guide explains in clear detail all the major players and events that have made the world what it is today. Covering the entirety of human history, this comprehensive resource highlights important developments in everything from religion and science to art and war — giving you an understanding of how the 21st-century world came to be. Begin to connect with the past — label the eras as you meet the Neanderthals, home in on Homer, raise Atlantis, and preserve Pharaohs Find strength in numbers — trace the growth from ancient civilizations to today's global community and discover what makes societies succeed or fail Discover the impact of thought — explore the rise of religion, the roots of philosophy, and the advance of science — and how our feelings and beliefs continually redefined us Know the global consequences of war — ride with the Greeks and the Romans, arm yourself with the cavalry, dig the trenches, and follow the paths humans took to wage modern war Meet the movers and shakers — from great leaders and courageous revolutionaries to ruthless tyrants and unsung heroes Examine significant events of the 21st century — from 9/11 and the Afghanistan and Iraq wars to climate change, Hurricane Katrina, and the economic rise of China, India, and Brazil Open the book and find: A detailed overview of history The development of the world's religions Reviews of essential historical documents, from the Bible to the Bill of Rights The invention of writing and art Scientific developments that revolutionized the world Capsule biographies of people who changed history — and a few who were changed by it Ten unforgettable dates in world history

The Romanovs

Author: Simon Sebag Montefiore
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 0307266524
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"The acclaimed author of Young Stalin and Jerusalem gives readers an accessible, lively account--based in part on new archival material--of the extraordinary men and women who ruled Russia for three centuries."--NoveList.

Hippie

Author: Paulo Coelho
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 9780525655619
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If you want to learn about yourself, start by exploring the world around you. Drawing on the rich experience of his own life, best-selling author Paulo Coelho takes us back in time to relive the dreams of a generation that longed for peace and dared to challenge the established social order. In Hippie, he tells the story of Paulo, a young, skinny Brazilian man with a goatee and long, flowing hair, who wants to become a writer and sets off on a journey in search of a deeper meaning for his life: first on the famous "Death Train" to Bolivia, then on to Peru, later hitchhiking through Chile and Argentina. Paulo's travels take him farther to the famous Dam Square in Amsterdam filled with young people wearing vibrant clothes and burning incense, meditating and playing music, while discussing sexual liberation, the expansion of consciousness, and the search for an inner truth. There he meets Karla, a Dutch woman in her twenties who has been waiting to find the ideal companion to accompany her on the fabled hippie trail to Nepal. She convinces Paulo to join her on a trip aboard the Magic Bus that travels across Europe and Central Asia to Kathmandu. They embark on the journey in the company of fascinating fellow travelers, each of whom has a story to tell, and each of whom will undergo a personal transformation, changing their priorities and values along the way. As they travel together, Paulo and Karla explore their own relationship: a life-defining love story that awakens them on every level and leads to choices and decisions that will set the course for their lives thereafter.

The History Of The World In Bite Sized Chunks

Author: Emma Marriott
Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books
ISBN: 1843179296
Size: 19.95 MB
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History is a rich, varied and fascinating subject, so it's rare to find the whole lot in one book ... until now. The History of the World in Bite-Sized Chunks pulls it all together, from the world's earliest civilizations in 3500 BC to the founding of the United Nations in 1945, passing by the likes of Charlemagne, the Ottoman Empire and the Crimean War, to name a few. Here's your chance to introduce yourself to the full spectrum of world history, and discover just how the modern world came to be.

Navigating Early

Author: Clare Vanderpool
Publisher: Delacorte Press Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0385742096
Size: 57.15 MB
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"Odyssey-like adventure of two boys' incredible quest on the Appalachian Trail where they deal with pirates, buried secrets, and extraordinary encounters"--

Untamed Splintered Series Companion

Author: Anita G. Howard
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781419722035
Size: 50.45 MB
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Alyssa Gardner went down the rabbit hole and took control of her destiny. She survived the battle for Wonderland and the battle for her heart. In this collection of three novellas, join Alyssa and her family as they look back at their memories of Wonderland. In Six Impossible Things, Alyssa recalls the most precious moments of her life after Ensnared, and the role magic plays in preserving the happiness of those she loves. Alyssa's mother reminisces about her own time in Wonderland and giving up the crown to rescue the man who would become her husband in The Boy in the Web. And Morpheus delves into Jeb's memories of the events of Splintered in The Moth in the Mirror. Read all the books in the New York Times bestselling Splintered series: Splintered (Book 1), Unhinged (Book 2), Ensnared (Book 3), and Untamed (The Companion Novel). Praise for Splintered: STARRED REVIEW "Fans of dark fantasy, as well as of Carroll's Alice in all her revisionings (especially Tim Burton's), will find a lot to love in this compelling and imaginative novel." --Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books "Alyssa is one of the most unique protagonists I've come across in a while. Splintered is dark, twisted, entirely riveting, and a truly romantic tale." --USA Today "Brilliant, because it is ambitious, inventive, and often surprising -- a contemporary reworking of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland,'' with a deep bow toward Tim Burton's 2010 film version." --The Boston Globe "It's a deft, complex metamorphosis of this children's fantasy made more enticing by competing romantic interests, a psychedelic setting, and more mad violence than its original." --Booklist " Protagonist Alyssa...is an original. Howard's visual imagination is superior. The story's creepiness is intriguing as horror, and its hypnotic tone and setting, at the intersection of madness and creativity, should sweep readers down the rabbit hole." --Publishers Weekly "While readers will delight in such recognizable scenes as Alyssa drinking from a bottle to shrink, the richly detailed scenes that stray from the original will entice the imagination. These adventures are indeed wonderful." --BookPage "Attention to costume and setting render this a visually rich read..." --Kirkus Reviews "Wonderland is filled with much that is not as wonderful as might be expected, and yet, it is in Wonderland that Alyssa accepts her true nature. The cover with its swirling tendrils and insects surrounding Alyssa will surely attract teen readers who will not disappointed with this magical, edgy tale." --Reading Today Online "Creepy, descriptive read with a generous dollop of romance." --School Library Journal