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Un Quilo D Invisible

Author: Juan Miguel Oliver Ripoll
Publisher: Grupo Planeta Spain
ISBN: 8497878558
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Després de catorze anys de carrera musical, de centenars de concerts i avions, d'haver escrit prop de cent cinquanta cançons per als discos d'Antònia Font i en solitari, d'una novel·la tan incomprensible com exitosa, d'haver-se disfressat de Blancaneu, de submarinista i de karateka, d'haver tingut dos fills amb la seva dona i d'haver promès que es retiraria la primavera del 2013, l'autor d'aquesta comèdia es relaxa... incompleix la seva promesa i publica aquest llibre. Compri'l, no s'hi pensi més i ja tindrà la feina feta, aprofiti el dia per passejar, distreure's i airejar-se. Compri el llibre i surti d'aquí! I al vespre quan arribi a casa... assegui's al sofà i gaudeixi d'una lectura distesa i reparadora. L'edició digital incorpora les cançons inèdites que Joan Miquel Oliver ha preparat per aquest llibre.

Here And Now

Author: Paul Auster
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0143124919
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Presents the correspondence between two great friends, one a New York Times best-selling author and the other a Nobel laureate, disclosing their conversations about sports, film, fatherhood, philosophy, art, death, love and of course, friendship.

Camellia Street

Author: Mercè Rodoreda
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781940953861
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One of Rodoreda's most beloved--and profoundly feminist--works is finally restored to print.

The Art Of The Documentary

Author: Megan Cunningham
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0321981928
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Provides interviews with fifteen documentary filmmakers in which they discuss their projects from inception to completion.

Local Identities

Author: Fokke Albert Gerritsen
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 9053565884
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Gerritsen's study investigates how small groups of people—households, or local communities—constitute and represent their social identity by shaping the landscape around them. Examining things like house building and habitation, cremation and burial, and farming and ritual practice, Gerritsen develops a new theoretical and empirical perspective on the practices that create collective senses of identity and belonging. An explicitly diachronic approach reveals processes of cultural and social change that have previously gone unnoticed, providing a basis for a much more dynamic history of the late prehistoric inhabitants of this region.

Lost Luggage

Author: Jordi Punti
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476730326
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The prize-winning debut novel from a major new talent in Catalan literature—the story of four half-brothers who only discover the others’ existence when the father who abandoned them all is reported missing. Christof, Christophe, Christopher, and Cristòfol are four brothers—sons of the same father and four very different mothers—yet none of them knows of the others’ existence. They live in four different cities: Frankfurt, Paris, London, and Barcelona. Unbeknownst to them, they have one thing in common: Gabriel Delacruz—a truck driver—abandoned them when they were little and they never heard from him again. Then one day, Cristòfol is contacted by the police: his father is officially a missing person. This fact leads him to discover that he has three half-brothers, and the four young men come together for the first time. Two decades have passed since their father last saw any of them. They barely remember what he was like, but they decide to look for him to resolve their doubts. Why did he abandon them? Why do all four have the same name? Did he intend for them to meet? Divided by geography yet united by blood, the “Christophers” set out on a quest that is at once painful, hilarious, and extraordinary. They discover a man who during thirty years of driving was able to escape the darkness of Franco’s Spain and to explore a luminous Europe, a journey that, with the birth of his sons, both opened and broke his heart.

The Kingdom Of Valencia In The Seventeenth Century

Author: James Casey
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521084048
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Explores two major themes in Spanish historiography - the consequences of the expulsion of the Moriscos and the way in which the Habsburg Monarchy kept or lost control over its peripheral provinces.

The Last Patriarch

Author: Najat El Hachmi
Publisher: Profile Books
ISBN: 1847652395
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The Last Patriarch is narrated by the daughter of Mimoun Driouch - the patriarch of the title - from his birth to her entrance into university. Mimoun believes that life on his parents' land is not his destiny" and so we follow his journey from rural Morocco to urban Catalua. Mimoun's own violent nature and paranoia leads to frustration and rage, which he duly takes out on his wife and children. "This was not his destiny - this phrase is repeated almost like a mantra for Mimoun, who truly believes he is meant for great things. However, as the years pass, it begins to sound hollow; he does not escape the limitations of the role assigned to him by the patriarchal system, but his daughter will. El Hachmi looks at the role of women within a patriarchal culture while tackling more contemporary issues such as immigration and integration, as well as the fractured identity that results from having roots in two very distinct cultures. It is at once a powerful saga of a Moroccan family and a story of a girl's struggle to find her own identity and break free of a domineering father.

The Curator S Egg

Author: Karsten Schubert
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781905464203
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'The Curator's Egg' traces the growth of the museum concept from the opening of the Louvre to the current popularity of buildings by 'starchitects'. Encompassing curatorial, scholarly, political and cultural spheres, author Karsten Schubert addresses the concept of the museum from a variety of influences.