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Intervista Con Il Mito

Author: Oriana Fallaci
Publisher: Rizzoli
ISBN: 8858613805
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Eroica sui fronti di guerra e impareggiabile quando si misura, diva tra i divi, con lo snobismo di Franca Valeri, l’inafferrabilità di Frank Capra, l’ironia di Monica Vitti, la sincerità di Isa Miranda, i paradossi di Cesare Zavattini, la perfezione di Paul Newman, l’intensità di Juliette Gréco, la metafisica di Totò, lo splendore di Virna Lisi, la malinconia di Peter Sellers, la risata di Jack Lemmon, la stravaganza di Rosalind Russell, il genio di Danny Kaye, l’energia di Shirley MacLaine, l’anticonformismo di Lea Massari, l’inesorabilità di Sue Lyon, i silenzi di Geraldine Chaplin, il naso di Barbra Streisand, la distanza di Omar Sharif, lo sguardo da 007 di Sean Connery, la fierezza di Lucia Bosé, il coraggio di Ingrid Bergman, il sorriso di Dean Martin, per citare solo alcuni dei tanti nomi che affollano questa galleria di celebrità. Nel suo percorso giornalistico Oriana li incontra tutti, anche più di una volta: nessuno come lei riesce a fargli ammettere vizi, capricci e debolezze. Intervista con il Mito presenta per la prima volta in volume una selezione delle indimenticabili interviste che la Fallaci realizza negli anni Sessanta, come inviata de “L’Europeo”, tra Cinecittà e Hollywood. In Appendice uno straordinario reportage sul viaggio di Pier Paolo Pasolini a New York, città da cui il grande regista e scrittore era profondamente affascinato, e il testo in memoria della sua cara amica Ingrid Bergman, che si spegne dopo una lotta estenuante con il cancro: parole e pensieri toccanti che testimoniano il legame profondo di Oriana con i suoi intervistati.

Letter To A Child Never Born

Author: Oriana Fallaci
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480442100
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Published by Rizzoli in 1975, Letter to a Child Never Born was quickly translated and sold in twenty-seven countries, becoming an extraordinary world success. It is the tragic monologue of a woman speaking with the child she carries in her womb. This letter confronts the burning theme of abortion, and the meaning of life, by asking difficult questions: Is it fair to impose life even if it means suffering? Would it be better not to be born at all? Letter to a Child Never Born touches on the real meaning of being a woman: the power to give life or not. When the book begins, the protagonist is upset after learning she is pregnant. She knows nothing about the child, except that this creature depends totally and uniquely on her own choices. The creation of another person directly within one’s own body is a very shocking thing. The sense of responsibility is huge; it is a heavy burden that gives life to endless reflections, from the origin of our existence to the shame of our selfishness. If the child could choose, would he prefer to be born, to grow up, and to suffer, or would he return to the joyful limbo from which he came? A woman’s freedom and individuality are also challenged by a newborn—should she renounce her freedom, her job, and her choice? What should she do at this point?

Interview With History

Author: Oriana Fallaci
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin
ISBN: 9780395252239
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Probing interviews with fourteen contemporary political leaders, including Kissinger, Meir, Arafat, Indira Gandhi, and the Shah of Iran, reveal their personal attitudes and propensities and survey the workings of the leader in history

White Egrets

Author: Derek Walcott
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1466880511
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A DAZZLING NEW COLLECTION FROM ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT POETS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY In White Egrets, Derek Walcott treats the characteristic subjects of his career—the Caribbean's complex colonial legacy, his love of the Western literary tradition, the wisdom that comes through the passing of time, the always strange joys of new love, and the sometimes terrifying beauty of the natural world—with an intensity and drive that recall his greatest work. Through the mesmerizing repetition of theme and imagery, Walcott creates an almost surflike cadence, broadening the possibilities of rhyme and meter, poetic form and language. White Egrets is a moving new collection from one of the most important poets of the twentieth century—a celebration of the life and language of the West Indies. It is also a triumphant paean to beauty, love, art, and—perhaps most surprisingly—getting older.

Autumn In Venice

Author: Andrea Di Robilant
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 1101946660
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The acclaimed author of A Venetian Affair now gives us the remarkable story of Hemingway's love affair with both the city of Venice and the muse he found there--a vivacious eighteen-year-old who inspired the man thirty years her senior to complete his great final work. In the fall of 1948 Hemingway and his fourth wife traveled for the first time to Venice, which Hemingway called "a goddam wonderful city." He was a year shy of his fiftieth birthday and hadn't published a novel in nearly a decade. At a duck shoot in the lagoon he met and fell in love with Adriana Ivancich, a striking Venetian girl just out of finishing school. Di Robilant--whose great-uncle moved in Hemingway's revolving circle of bon vivants, aristocrats, and artists--re-creates with sparkling clarity this surprising, years-long relationship. Hemingway used Adriana as the model for Renata in Across the River and into the Trees, and continued to visit Venice to see her; when the Ivanciches traveled to Cuba, Adriana was there as he wrote The Old Man and the Sea. This illuminating story of writer and muse--which also examines the cost to a young woman of her association with a larger-than-life literary celebrity--is an intimate look at the fractured heart and changing art of Hemingway in his fifties.

Il Mito Della Normalit Intervista A Gabriele La Porta

Author: Massimo Lanzaro
Publisher: Youcanprint
ISBN: 8893211505
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Questo intenso dialogo tra uno psichiatra, psicoterapeuta ed un filosofo si sofferma su vari punti cruciali e attualissimi nella storia dell’anima e delle sue cure: il nuovo DSM-V, le polemiche sullo stigma, sulla crisi delle psicoterapie e sulle cure psicofarmacologiche. "Gli Dei sono diventati malattie” scrisse una volta C.G. Jung, concetto poi ribadito da James Hillman (anche nel suo celebre "Cent'anni di psicoterapia e il mondo va sempre peggio"). Elaborando queste idee nell'ebook si discute, tra l'altro, la questione più immediata per ogni disciplina della mente: Che cos’è la normalità psichica? A partire da quale soglia entriamo oggi nel regno incontrollabile della cosiddetta "non normalità"? E dove sono finiti gli Dei rimossi?

Hans Ulrich Obrist

Author: Hans-Ulrich Obrist
Publisher: Charta
ISBN: 9788881587315
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Transcripts of interviews by Hans Ulrich Obrist with architects, artists, curators, film-makers, musicians, philosophers, social theorists and urbanists.

Life Of Chopin

Author: Franz Liszt
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486446255
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Written by the Polish composer's friend and fellow artist, this memoir offers a highly informed assessment of Chopin's musical legacy. It also explores his social circle, which included Sand, Balzac, Hugo, Berlioz, Delacroix, and Schumann.

The Ideal Museum

Author: Philippe Daverio
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications
ISBN: 0847843114
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Philippe Daverio is one of Italy’s most important contemporary art historians, whose discerning comments about art are voraciously consumed by the public through his writing as editor of the famed magazine Art e Dossier and his platform on a leading Italian television program Passepartout. Now, in his first full-length work of narrative nonfiction, Daverio uses the conceit of creating his own perfect museum gallery and in the process reexamines major artistic masterpieces of Western art. Daverio turns his critical eye on the place of Western art in contemporary twenty-first-century culture and how we relate to art generally. According to Daverio, we relate to the history of art based on views that crystallized in the nineteenth century, and so we look to the past to understand the present, though the present is what truly matters to everyone. Daverio means to challenge this perspective, and guided by his curiosity and personal taste, he examines key masterworks to rediscover the true meaning and power they had before they became commoditized and clichéd. Some distinctive features of this illustrated eBook are: • 800+ full size and detailed images of paintings and drawings. • 280+ artworks with pop-up ability. • 160 thumbnails with links showing the setting of the work and location in its home museum, with informational text. • 92 links to museum websites that house the real works. The Italian-language edition of The Ideal Museum ebook has been awarded the QED Seal (Quality, Excellence, Design)—the premier award for ebooks and book apps—by the council of the Publishing Innovation Awards. This award recognizes the title’s portability and readability, providing the best reading experience possible.