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Beat Generation

Author: Jack Kerouac
Publisher: Alma Books
ISBN: 9781846882616
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"Beat Generation" is a play about tension, about friendship, and about karma -- what it is and how you get it. It begins one fine morning with a few friends, honest laborers some of them, some close to being down-and-out, passing around a bottle of wine. It ends with a kind of satori-like reaffirmation of the power of friendship, of doing good through not doing, and the intrinsic worth of the throw-away little exchanges that make up our lives. Written in 1957, the same year that "On the Road" was first published, and set in 1953, "Beat Generation" portrays an authentic and alternate 1950s America. Kerouac's characters are working-class men and women -- a step away from vagrants, but not a big step. Their dialogue positively sings, suggesting jazz riffs in their rhythm and content, and Kerouac, like a master composer, arranges it to magical effect. Here is the heart and soul of the beat mentality, the zeitgeist that blossomed over the decades and eventually culminated in the counter-culture of 1960s America. It's a spirit that still lives.

The Description Of The World

Author: Marco Polo
Publisher: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1624664385
Size: 73.11 MB
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Composed in a prison cell in 1298 by Venetian merchant Marco Polo and Arthurian romance writer Rustichello of Pisa, The Description of the World relates Polo's experiences in Asia and at the court of Qubilai, the Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. In addition to a new translation based on the Franco-Italian "F" manuscript of Polo's text, this edition includes genealogies of the Mongol rulers and nine maps of Polo's journey, as well as thorough annotation and an extensive bibliography.

A Primeira Vez

Author: ANNE FINE
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788525433350
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Virgindade: tem gente que se apega a ela, e tem gente que não vê a hora de perdê-la. A primeira experiência sexual é única e tão variada quanto se pode imaginar. Embora pouco se fale abertamente a respeito, ela invariavelmente provoca a curiosidade, o medo - e por que não, a fantasia - de muitos jovens por aí. Será que o sexo é como explicaram na aula de biologia? Ou será como num livro de romance - ou como numa letra de funk? E aquela demonstração da banana e da camisinha... Será que tem a ver? E isso que nem falamos das emoções: o frio na barriga, o medo, a dor, o prazer, a atrapalhação, o constrangimento... São muito mais dúvidas do que certezas! Nestes oito contos, tudo gira em torno da primeira vez. Com ajuda da ficção, Melvin Burgess, Anne Fine, Mary Hooper, Sophie McKenzie, Patrick Ness, Bali Rai, Jenny Valentine e Keith Gray contam histórias de adolescentes que estão encarando este momento inesquecível. Tem ansiedade? Tem. Falta de jeito? Também. Timidez, vergonha, medo? Claro que sim. Prazer, alívio, decepção: como não? Sem papo furado, sem lições de moral, sem pretensões: "A primeira vez" é um livro para curtir, sem culpa, a aventura que é perder a virgindade.

Soccer In Sun And Shadow

Author: Eduardo H. Galeano
Publisher: Verso
ISBN: 9781859844236
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This new edition of Eduardo Galeano's riveting commentary on the history and politics of soccer includes newly written material on the 2002 World Cup, which one quarter of humanity watched.

Viagem De Um Naturalista Ao Redor Do Mundo V 1

Author: CHARLES DARWIN
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788525417633
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' Viagem de um naturalista ao redor do mundo' - que a Coleção L&PM Pocket publica em dois volumes - traz os diários mantidos durante essa jornada pelo cientista, que passou pela África, pelas infindáveis costas da América do Sul (inclusive do Brasil), Terra do Fogo, Andes, ilhas Galápagos e Austrália.

Senhora

Author: José de Alencar
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292792298
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"It is a truth universally acknowledged . . ." that a single woman in possession of a good character but no fortune must be in want of a wealthy husband—that is, if she is the heroine of a nineteenth-century novel. Senhora, by contrast, turns the tables on this familiar plot. Its strong-willed, independent heroine Aurélia uses newly inherited wealth to "buy back" and exact revenge on the fiancé who had left her for a woman with a more enticing dowry. This exciting Brazilian novel, originally published in 1875 and here translated into English for the first time, raises many questions about traditional gender relationships, the commercial nature of marriage, and the institution of the dowry. While conventional marital roles triumph in the end, the novel still offers realistic insights into the social and economic structure of Rio de Janeiro in the mid-1800s. With its unexpected plot, it also opens important new perspectives on the nineteenth-century Romantic novel.

Women

Author: Charles Bukowski
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061863769
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Low-life writer and unrepentant alcoholic Henry Chinaski was born to survive. After decades of slacking off at low-paying dead-end jobs, blowing his cash on booze and women, and scrimping by in flea-bitten apartments, Chinaski sees his poetic star rising at last. Now, at fifty, he is reveling in his sudden rock-star life, running three hundred hangovers a year, and maintaining a sex life that would cripple Casanova. With all of Bukowski's trademark humor and gritty, dark honesty, this 1978 follow-up to Post Office and Factotum is an uncompromising account of life on the edge.

Mere Anarchy

Author: Woody Allen
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1588366200
Size: 30.45 MB
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“I am greatly relieved that the universe is finally explainable. I was beginning to think it was me.”–Woody Allen Here, in his first collection since his three hilarious classics Getting Even, Without Feathers, and Side Effects, Woody Allen has managed to write a book that not only answers the most profound questions of human existence but is the perfect size to place under any short table leg to prevent wobbling. “I awoke Friday, and because the universe is expanding it took me longer than usual to find my robe,” he explains in a piece on physics called “Strung Out.” In other flights of inspirational sanity we are introduced to a cast of characters only Allen could imagine: Jasper Nutmeat, Flanders Mealworm, and the independent film mogul E. Coli Biggs, just to name a few. Whether he is writing about art, sex, food, or crime (“Pugh has been a policeman as far back as he can remember. His father was a notorious bank robber, and the only way Pugh could get to spend time with him was to apprehend him”) he is explosively funny. In “This Nib for Hire,” a Hollywood bigwig comes across an author’s book in a little country store and describes it in a way that aptly captures this magnificent volume: “Actually,” the producer says, “I’d never seen a book remaindered in the kindling section before.” From the Hardcover edition.

Desolation Angels

Author: Jack Kerouac
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504034015
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A young man searches for meaning, creates art, and grapples with fame in this semiautobiographical Beat Generation classic by the author of On the Road. This urgently paced yet deeply introspective novel closely tracks Jack Kerouac’s own life. Jack Duluoz journeys from the Cascade Mountains to San Francisco, Mexico City, New York, and Tangier. While working as a fire lookout on Desolation Peak in the Cascades, Duluoz contemplates his inner void and the distressing isolation brought on by his youthful sense of adventure. In Tangier he suffers a similar feeling of desperation during an opium overdose, and in Mexico City he meets up with a morphine-addicted philosopher and seeks an antidote to his solitude in a whorehouse. As in Kerouac’s other novels, Desolation Angels features a lively cast of pseudonymous versions of his fellow Beat poets, including William S. Burroughs (as Bull Hubbard), Neal Cassady (as Cody Pomeray), and Allen Ginsberg (as Irwin Garden). Duluoz draws readers into the trials and tribulations of these literary iconoclasts—from drug-fueled writing frenzies and alcoholic self-realizations to frenetic international road trips and tumultuous love affairs. Achieving literary success comes with its own consequences though, as Duluoz and his friends must face the scrutiny that comes with rising to the national stage.