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The Swan
Author: Sebastiano Vassalli
Publisher: Vintage
Pages: 180
Year: 1997
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In February 1893 a man travelling back to Palermo in a slow train is stabbed to death and his body thrown out beside the track. The victim is the only incorruptible director of the Bank of Sicily. There are witnesses, but, however hard the police try to bring the murderers to justice, the culprits keep slipping through their fingers: when the Mafia are cleaning house, there never are witnesses. Raffaele Palizzolo, an influential Member of Parliament for Palermo known as "The Swan", is a suspect. He is also widely feared, and keeps the bereaved Filicetta more or less in slavery before turning her over to his associates. Eventually he is put on trial. The incident happened a hundred years ago, but this story of a "man of honour", who with the clearest conscience set out to dispose of all who stood between him and his ambitions, is as relevant as ever. The impact of Sebastiano Vassalli's story is the greater for being the work of a North Italian, whose understated passion has directed a piercing light on an unfinished, brutal chapter of Italy's history.
Darwin and the True Story of the Dinosaurs
Author: Luca Novelli
Publisher: Flashes of Genius
ISBN: 1613738730
Pages: 128
Year: 2017-06-01
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When Charles Darwin published The Origin of Species in 1859, he forever altered the way people looked at their place in the world humans were just another animal species that evolved from more primitive life forms. After graduating college, Charles was hired as a naturalist aboard the HMS Beagle where he would collect the specimens he would use to make the case for biologic evolution through natural selection. By the time he returned to England in 1836 he was a celebrity, but it would be more than 20 years before he published his groundbreaking work. Darwin s theory ultimately helped Richard Owen solve the riddle of the enormous fossils found all over the world they were not dragon bones of lore, but the remnants of extinct species that once inhabited the earth.Darwin and the True Story of the Dinosaurs is a fast-paced, entertaining biography of the naturalist who changed humankind s understanding of its origins. In addition to its lively story, it includes 220 illustrations, a glossary, and sidebars covering related topics, from fossils to continental drift to medicine in the 19th century."
Success International English Skills for Cambridge IGCSE® Student's Book
Author: Marian Barry
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107495946
Pages: 223
Year: 2015-05-14
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The Success International series offers a practical approach to language learning and support. Success International English Skills for Cambridge IGCSE Student's Book offers complete preparation for the Cambridge IGCSE® in English as a Second Language. The series has been fully updated in line with the revised syllabus updates, including a new colourful text design, making the course appealing and exciting. The Student's Book provides stimulating topics, international perspectives and relevant examples to encourage students to explore and improve their use of English. The series supports students both in the classroom and in individual study. Answers to both the Student's Book and the Workbook are available in the Teacher's Book.
I Care English
Author: Anna Maria Cirincione, Corrado Izzo, Rosa Olimpo
ISBN: 8864321411
Year: 2017
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Jolly Dictionary
Author: Sara Wernham, Sue Lloyd
Publisher: Jolly Learning Limited
ISBN: 1844140008
Pages: 341
Year: 2003
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PISA 2006
Publisher: Organization for Economic
ISBN: 9264040161
Pages: 700
Year: 2008-02-01
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