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Una Specie Di Vento

Author: Marco Archetti
Publisher: Chiarelettere
ISBN: 8832960850
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La Spoon River di piazza della Loggia. Il romanzo che racconta uno dei momenti più drammatici del nostro paese. Un attentato qualificato, a norma dell'art. 285 del Codice Penale, come strage politica. «Il 28 maggio 1974, alle ore 10.12, ho smesso di essere quel che ero e ho cominciato a essere quello che sarei stato per il resto della mia vita: un sopravvissuto.» Redento Peroni, 84 anni, ferito nella strage Una manifestazione antifascista che riuniva partiti e sigle sindacali. Una bomba nascosta in un cestino portarifiuti e un fiume di gente tutt'intorno. L’esplosione, dissero i sopravvissuti, fu “una specie di vento”. Il bilancio: otto vittime e centodue feriti. Poi indagini, depistaggi, omissioni, mezze verità, cinque istruttorie, tredici dibattimenti e due condanne definitive arrivate nel giugno 2017. Quarantatré anni dopo. Marco Archetti, scrittore bresciano, avvalendosi di documenti storici e testimonianze di prima mano, compone un romanzo toccante e prezioso che ridà vita alle otto vittime della strage. Evitando ogni retorica e concentrandosi sulle loro vicende umane, le fa affiorare dal buio ed entrare in scena come in un film. Un atto d’amore e di memoria. E per la prima volta i caduti della strage non sono solo nomi su una lapide commemorativa, ma vengono raccontati come uomini e donne in carne e ossa, “né santi né eroi”, in una Spoon River luminosa, scandita dalla voce di Redento Peroni. Quella mattina si trovava a pochi passi dalla bomba ma il destino volle che il piccolo gesto di uno sconosciuto gli salvasse la vita. Così il suo racconto guida la narrazione e testimonia fatalmente un’epoca della nostra storia recente, anni bui, di piombo ma anche di umanità, tenerezza e legami profondi che hanno molto da dire a ciascuno di noi. Una storia che è un canto di vita: la morte in ritardo di duecento pagine.

Canone Inverso

Author: Paolo Maurensig
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780805063028
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A beautiful, oddly carved violin becomes the link between two generations of musicians, as they move from Hungary during the devastation of World War I, to Vienna and the approaching Anschluss, to a modern-day auction at Christie's in London. Reprint.

Handbook On The Economics Of Philanthropy Reciprocity And Social Enterprise

Author: Stefano Zamagni
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1849804745
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The recent era of economic turbulence has generated a growing enthusiasm for an increase in new and original economic insights based around the concepts of reciprocity and social enterprise. This stimulating and thought-provoking Handbook not only encourages and supports this growth, but also emphasises and expands upon new topics and issues within the economics discourse. Original contributions from key international experts acknowledge and illustrate that markets and firms can be civilizing forces when and if they are understood as expressions of cooperation and civil virtues. They provide an illuminating discourse on a wide range of topics including reciprocity, gifts and the civil economy, which are especially relevant in times of crisis for financial capitalism. The Handbook questions the current phase of the market economy that arises from a state of anthropological pessimism. Such anthropological cynicism is one of the foundations of the contemporary economic system that is challenged by the contributors. This highly original and interdisciplinary Handbook will provide a fascinating read for academics, researchers and students across a wide range of fields including economics, public sector economics, public policy and social policy.

88 Instruments

Author: Chris Barton
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0553538233
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"The rhythmic, onomatopoeic text dances across exuberant watercolors with lots of movement. This celebration of a child’s agency in choosing a means of artistic expression strikes just the right note." --Kirkus "A delightful offering for reading aloud, especially during music-themed storytimes." --School Library Journal From New York Times bestselling author Chris Barton and new illustrator Louis Thomas comes a fun, rhythmic picture book about finding the music that is perfect for you! A boy who loves to make noise gets to pick only one instrument (at his parents urging) in a music store, but there is too much to choose from! There’s triangles and sousaphones! There’s guitars and harpsichords! Bagpipes and cellos and trombones! How can he find the one that is just right for him out of all those options? From the Hardcover edition.

Letters To A Young Gymnast

Author: Nadia Comaneci
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 0786728655
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If there were such a thing as an "elder" stateswoman in women's gymnastics today, Nadia Comaneci would win that title as readily as she once won gold medals. Olga Korbut came before her, and many other medalists would follow, but none has ever been as dominant in winning the hearts of millions around the world. With grit and determination, Nadia Comaneci ushered in a new era for women's sports, one where young girls could vault into the arena of superstardom. Even today, almost thirty years after her greatest triumphs, you need only mention the name "Nadia" and gymnastics fans know instantly whom you are talking about.In Letters to a Young Gymnast, Nadia shows what it takes to achieve athletic perfection and become the best. With inspiring and dramatic stories from her own experience, she tells us how the young girl that Bela Karolyi discovered in a Romanian elementary school found the inner strength to become a world-class athlete at such a young age. This collection of Nadia's memories, anecdotes, and advice grants unique insights into the mind of a top competitor. From how to live after you've realized your dream, to the necessity of "a spirit forged with mettle," Nadia's thoughts on athleticism and sacrifice are eye-opening and surprisingly challenging.

Little Girls In Pretty Boxes

Author: Joan Ryan
Publisher: Doubleday
ISBN: 0307828557
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A sports reporter investigates the training of girls as professional gymnasts and figure skaters, arguing that the pressure to succeed and to look beautiful results in mental and physical harm, from eating disorders to psychological trauma.


Author: G.K. Chesterton
Publisher: Charles River Editors via PublishDrive
ISBN: 151830415X
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G.K. Chesterton was an English writer, theologian and poet. Chesterton, also known as the prince of paradox, wrote on a vast variety of subjects using an unorthodox yet interesting writing style. This edition of Chaucer includes a table of contents.

Winning Balance

Author: Shawn Johnson
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781414374376
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American gymnast Shawn Johnson is a four-time Olympic gold and silver medalist; a national--and world--champion athlete and a winner on the popular "Dancing with the Stars." This is the amazing true journey of how this young Olympian has found balance in her life.

Noi Che Salvammo Il Mondo Da Ivan Drago

Author: Andrea Malabaila
Publisher: Intermezzi Editore
ISBN: 8897440304
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È il 1986 e per Filippo, Jabbar e Panino, il mondo è diviso in due. Da una parte i buoni, dall’altra i cattivi. Da una parte gli americani, con la Disney, Rocky e i fast food, dall’altra i comunisti, con Ivan Drago. Da una parte il nonno di Panino e le sue previsioni, dall’altra i Super Teppisti della scuola. In una fredda sera d’inverno, mentre nel cielo di Torino sta passando la cometa di Halley, i tre, con l’aiuto di una ragazzina e delle loro BMX, dovranno cercare un tesoro in gettoni telefonici, salvare se stessi dai terribili bulli e il mondo da un attacco atomico. Riusciranno i buoni a vincere anche questa volta?