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Fences

Author: August Wilson
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0735216681
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During the 1950's Troy Maxson struggles against racism and tries to preserve his feelings of pride in himself.

Limite Entre Nos Um Capa Do Filme

Author: August Wilson
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788594900111
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Até quando permitiremos que as nossas barreiras afastem aqueles que mais amamos? Troy Maxson é um homem difícil. Orgulhoso e acostumado a encarar o mundo com olhos de quem sempre espera por hostilidade, ele não consegue aceitar que seu filho, Cory, queira seguir carreira no esporte - sonho que também já lhe pertenceu, mas acabou se tornando a raiz de suas maiores frustrações. Por mais que Rose, sua esposa, tente abrir os olhos do marido para lhe mostrar que o mundo já não é o mesmo de sua juventude, para Troy, negros como eles nunca serão aceitos - não importa quão bom você seja naquilo que faz.

Time Between Us

Author: Tamara Ireland Stone
Publisher: Disney Electronic Content
ISBN: 1423168402
Size: 38.71 MB
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Anna and Bennett were never supposed to meet: she lives in 1995 Chicago and he lives in 2012 San Francisco. But Bennett''s unique ability to travel through time and space brings him into Anna''s life, and with him, a new world of adventure and possibility. Fresh, exciting, and deeply romantic, Time Between Us is a stunning and spellbinding debut from an extraordinary new talent in YA fiction.

Never Stop Walking

Author: Christina Rickardsson
Publisher: AmazonCrossing
ISBN: 9781503900967
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An extraordinary memoir of one woman's fight to find her true self between the life into which she was born and the one she was given. Christiana Mara Coelho was born into extreme poverty in Brazil. After spending the first seven years of her life with her loving mother in the forest caves outside São Paulo and then on the city streets, where they begged for food, she and her younger brother were suddenly put up for adoption. When one door closed on the only life Christiana had ever known and on the woman who protected her with all her heart, a new one opened. As Christina Rickardsson, she's raised by caring adoptive parents in Sweden, far from the despairing favelas of her childhood. Accomplished and outwardly "normal," Christina is also filled with rage over what she's lost and having to adapt to a new reality while struggling with the traumas of her youth. When her world falls apart again as an adult, Christina returns to Brazil to finally confront her past and unlock the truth of what really happened to Christiana Mara Coelho. A memoir of two selves, Never Stop Walking is the moving story of the profound love between families and one woman's journey from grief and loss to survival and self-discovery.

Geek Love

Author: Katherine Dunn
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307794482
Size: 55.22 MB
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Here is the unforgettable story of the Binewskis, a circus-geek family whose matriarch and patriarch have bred their own exhibit of human oddities (with the help of amphetamine, arsenic, and radioisotopes). Their offspring include Arturo the Aquaboy, who has flippers for limbs and a megalomaniac ambition worthy of Genghis Khan . . . Iphy and Elly, the lissome Siamese twins . . . albino hunchback Oly, and the outwardly normal Chick, whose mysterious gifts make him the family’s most precious—and dangerous—asset. As the Binewskis take their act across the backwaters of the U.S., inspiring fanatical devotion and murderous revulsion; as its members conduct their own Machiavellian version of sibling rivalry, Geek Love throws its sulfurous light on our notions of the freakish and the normal, the beautiful and the ugly, the holy and the obscene. Family values will never be the same.

Einstein Entre N S A Recep O De Einstein Em Portugal De 1905 A 1955

Author: Carlos Fiolhais
Publisher: Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra / Coimbra University Press
ISBN: 9728704607
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Trata-se do catálogo de uma exposição bibliográfica, documental e experimental que, com o mesmo título, esteve patente na Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra no ano de 2005 no quadro da celebração do Ano Mundial da Física. A exposição versou a receção da obra de Albert Einstein em Portugal entre 1905, data da publicação dos primeiros artigos da relatividade restrita até 1956, ano da sua morte. Vários textos de físicos e historiadores de ciência portugueses e brasileiros (Ana Simões, Augusto Fitas, Carlos Fiolhais, Décio Martins Ruivo, Joaquim Fernandes, Orfeu Bertolami e Paulo Crawford) tratam facetas da vida e obra de Einstein, com particular ênfase nas relações do sábio com Portugal (investigação, ensino e divulgação das teorias da relatividade restrita e geral e de outros tópicos de física desenvolvidos por Einstein). Completa a obra uma bibliografia dos trabalhos sobre Einstein saídos em monografias e publicações periódicas no período assinalado e que estão disponíveis na Biblioteca Geral e na Biblioteca de Física da Universidade de Coimbra (nomeadamente obras de Leonardo Coimbra, Gago Coutinho, Ruy Luiz Gomes, Abel Salazar, Bento de Jesus Caraça e Mira Fernandes, etc.) e ainda uma bibliografia dos trabalhos de Einstein existentes nas mesmas bibliotecas desde 1905 até à atualidade. Publica-se ainda o fac-simile de parte dos apontamentos de um curso anual sobre relatividade dado na Universidade de Lisboa em 1923.

The Demonologist

Author: Andrew Pyper
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451697430
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**WINNER OF THE 2014 THRILLER AWARD FOR BEST NOVEL** Fans of The Historian won’t be able to put down this spellbinding literary horror story in which a Columbia professor must use his knowledge of demonic mythology to rescue his daughter from the Underworld. Professor David Ullman is among the world’s leading authorities on demonic literature, with special expertise in Milton’s Paradise Lost. Not that David is a believer—he sees what he teaches as a branch of the imagination and nothing more. So when the mysterious Thin Woman arrives at his office and invites him to travel to Venice and witness a “phenomenon,” he turns her down. She leaves plane tickets and an address on his desk, advising David that her employer is not often disappointed. That evening, David’s wife announces she is leaving him. With his life suddenly in shambles, he impulsively whisks his beloved twelve-year-old daughter, Tess, off to Venice after all. The girl has recently been stricken by the same melancholy moods David knows so well, and he hopes to cheer her up and distract them both from the troubles at home. But what happens in Venice will change everything. First, in a tiny attic room at the address provided by the Thin Woman, David sees a man restrained in a chair, muttering, clearly insane… but could he truly be possessed? Then the man speaks clearly, in the voice of David’s dead father, repeating the last words he ever spoke to his son. Words that have left scars—and a mystery—behind. When David rushes back to the hotel, he discovers Tess perched on the roof’s edge, high above the waters of the Grand Canal. Before she falls, she manages to utter a final plea: Find me. What follows is an unimaginable journey for David Ullman from skeptic to true believer. In a terrifying quest guided by symbols and riddles from the pages of Paradise Lost, David must track the demon that has captured his daughter and discover its name. If he fails, he will lose Tess forever.