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Punainen viiva 

Добавил vredina 02 февраля, 2011 18:44 Other Languages Комментариев: 0   
Punainen viiva

Description:Kirjan lukijana on näyttelijä, ohjaaja Hannu Huuska, joka on myös aikaisemmin ohjannut Punaisen viivan teatterille. Hannu Huuska saa kirjan henkilöt ja luonnon elämään syvällisellä tulkinnallaan.

Minulle Punainen viiva on ennen kaikkea, kuvaus köyhän ihmisen toiveiden ja tarpeiden armottomasta hyväksikäytöstä ja manipuloinnista. Hyvää tai ainakin parempaa luvataan sieltä ja täältä; joka suunnalta. Kun hyöty on kiskottu köyhän kansan selkänahasta lupaukset unohtuvat ja apua ei tule. Tämä korostuu Korpiloukon kovissa oloissa, ei tullut valkeaa leipää eikä lapsille vaatteita. Voi meitä hyväuskoisia viivanvetäjiä, Hannu Huuska
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Ilmari Kianto Просмотров:  1956

Mannen utan egenskaper (radioföljetong) 

Добавил vredina 02 февраля, 2011 18:37 Scandinavian Languages Комментариев: 0   
Mannen utan egenskaper (radioföljetong)

Description: Ett lågtryck som befann sig över Atlanten rörde sig i riktning öster ut mot en högtrycksrygg över Ryssland och visade ännu ingen tendens att förskjuta sig mot norr för att undvika denna. Isotermer och isoterer fyllde sin funktion Så börjar fortfarande Mannen utan egenskaper i Irma Nordvangs översättning nu när den kommer ut på nytt. Men den här gången slutar den annorlunda: A. märkte inte hur starkt det motstånd var med vilket Ag. värjde sig mot denna föreställning. Han kunde inte heller tänka sig allt det där. Men han kände en obestämd ny spänning, även om det var en sorgtyngd uppgift han nu hade fått. Han var inte tillräckligt uppmärksam på Ag. i det ögonblicket.
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Robert Musil Просмотров:  1996

The Modern Scholar: Judaism, Christinanity and Islam 

Добавил vredina 02 февраля, 2011 18:27 English Language Комментариев: 0   
The Modern Scholar: Judaism, Christinanity and Islam

Description: Attempting to understand religion in all its forms has forever been a source of frustration. In this course, Professor F.E. Peters defines Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as three faith communities of believers, each with its own ideology, history, traditions, and members - past and present.
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Frank E. Peters Просмотров:  2433

The Modern Scholar: Icons of the Iron Age: The Celts in History 

Добавил vredina 02 февраля, 2011 18:20 English Language Комментариев: 0   
The Modern Scholar: Icons of the Iron Age: The Celts in History

Description: Among the most famous peoples in ancient times were the Celts, who lived in Europe during the Iron Age, from about 600 BCE into the early centuries CE. They left behind an intriguing record of physical remains that have been recovered by archaeologists, and they have continued to hold our attention as modern populations claim a Celtic identity.Using historical, archaeological, linguistic, and anthropological evidence, Professor Johnston provides an intriguing look at the ancient Celtic peoples of Europe, Britain, and Ireland.
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Susan A. Johnston Просмотров:  1751

Ghost stories of Walter de la Mare 

Добавил vredina 02 февраля, 2011 18:13 English Language Комментариев: 0   
Ghost stories of Walter de la Mare

Description: Walter John de la Mare, OM CH (25 April 1873 - 22 June 1956) was an English poet, short story writer and novelist, probably best remembered for his works for children and "The Listeners".
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Walter de la Mare Просмотров:  2033

The Modern Scholar: Empire of Gold: A History of the Byzantine Empire 

Добавил vredina 02 февраля, 2011 12:58 English Language Комментариев: 0   
The Modern Scholar: Empire of Gold: A History of the Byzantine Empire

Description:In this epic course, esteemed university professor Thomas F. Madden offers a fascinating history of the remarkable culture and state that developed out of the ancient Roman Empire, particularly its eastern portion, throughout the Middle Ages. The story begins at the end of the Roman Empire in the third century AD and continues over the next one thousand years. With incisive commentary, Professor Madden leads a discussion covering Justinian's re-conquest of the West, the great city of Constantinople, and the aftermath and influence of this extraordinary empire. The term "Byzantine" was invented by modern historians to identify the final millennium of the Roman Empire. By the third century and into the fourth century, there were changes in the Roman Empire so profound that historians during the Enlightenment began to call the period Byzantine rather than Roman. Most historians would place the beginnings of the Byzantine Empire roughly around the reign of the emperor Diocletian, who instituted widespread reforms to halt civil wars and economic decline. One of the primary characteristics of the Byzantine Empire was the relegation of Rome to a place of honor only. Rome was not the capital of the Byzantine Empire. The capital, instead, was Constantinople. Therefore, power was based in the eastern Mediterranean. Next was the dominance of Greek culture and eastern perspectives, and a final characteristic was the integration of Christianity into the social and political fabric of the empire. Constantinople was the beating heart of the Byzantine Empire and the greatest city in the Western world at this time. Constantinople sat at the crossroads of the world and controlled east-west land traffic. Eventually, the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks reverberated across the Christian world. Europeans now saw a world in which nothing stood between them as the last remnant of free Christendom and the ever-growing powers of Islam.
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Thomas Madden Просмотров:  1897
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