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Extraterrestre alla pari
Author: Bianca Pitzorno
ISBN: 8866562017
Pages: 282
Year: 2014
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Raccontare ancora
Publisher: Vita e Pensiero
ISBN: 8834314441
Pages: 367
Year: 2007
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Il gioco dei mondi
Author: Vittorio Catani, Eugenio Ragone, Antonio Scacco
ISBN: 8822045149
Pages: 184
Year: 1985
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Author: Cecelia Ahern
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
ISBN: 125008024X
Pages: 320
Year: 2016-04-05
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Celestine North lives a perfect life. She's a model daughter and sister, she's well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and she's dating the impossibly charming Art Crevan. But then Celestine encounters a situation in which she makes an instinctive decision. She breaks a rule and now faces life-changing repercussions. She could be imprisoned. She could be branded. She could be found FLAWED. In her breathtaking young adult debut, bestselling author Cecelia Ahern depicts a society in which obedience is paramount and rebellion is punished. And where one young woman decides to take a stand that could cost her everything.
Una galassia rosa. Ricerche sulla letteratura femminile di consumo
Author: Luigi Del Grosso Destreri, Alberto Brodesco, Silvia Giovanetti, Sara Zanatta
Publisher: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8856819996
Pages: 210
Year: 2009-10-20T00:00:00+02:00
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Mamma, perché Dio è maschio?
Author: Rita Torti
Publisher: Effatà Editrice
ISBN: 8874028865
Pages: 224
Year: 2013-11-01
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L’educazione alla fede non può prescindere dalla dualità maschile-femminile. Il libro riflette su potenzialità e limiti dell’esperienza ecclesiale cattolica, attraverso l’analisi di alcuni casi di trasmissione della fede alle giovani generazioni.
Robot 75
Author: Silvio Sosio
Publisher: Delos Digital srl
ISBN: 8867758616
Pages: 192
Year: 2015-07-15
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rivista (192 pagine) - Ken Liu - Rachel Swirsky - Clelia Farris - Dario Tonani - Claudia Graziani - Augusto Chiarle - Alberto Massari - Fantascienza Young Adult - Self-publishing - Robert Heinlein Il romanzo breve pubblicato in questo numero, La madonna delle rocce, è finalista all’Hugo e al Nebula. O forse no, ma probabilmente lo sarebbe se la sua autrice fosse nata a Berkeley o Denver o a Buffalo, invece che a Cagliari, Italia. L’autrice è Clelia Farris e in questa storia riesce a riunire tutti i migliori aspetti della fantascienza: il fascino dell’insolito, la speculazione scientifica e sociale, la tensione e il ritmo della trama, personaggi vivi e credibili. Chi il premio Nebula invece l’ha vinto davvero è Rachel Swirsky, con un racconto che è quasi più una poesia che una storia e vola al confine tra il fantastico e il surreale. Ken Liu ci fa volare in modo del tutto diverso, nel suo affascinante mondo cino-steampunk. E chi ama lo steampunk probabilmente conosce uno degli autori italiani più apprezzati, Augusto Chiarle, che ci avvolge nelle Ombre nell’oscurità. Torna il veterano Dario Tonani, in società con la quasi esordiente Claudia Graziani, con una piccola ma preziosa distopia, così come piccolo ma ricco di idee è il racconto E se... di Alberto Massari.
The Bear with the Sword
Author: Davide Cali, Gianluca Foli
Publisher: Wilkins Faragor Pty
ISBN: 0980607043
Pages: 32
Year: 2010
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A bear who likes to cut down trees with his large, sharp sword finds his fortress flooded one day, and when he tries to find out who is responsible, the answer is not at all what he expects.

Le voci segrete
Author: Mirca Casella
Pages: 319
Year: 2006
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The Great Big Book of Families
Author: Mary Hoffman
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Bks
ISBN: 1847805876
Pages: 40
Year: 2015-03-15
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What is a family? Once, it was said to be a father, mother, boy, girl, cat and dog living in a house with a garden. But as times have changed, families have changed too, and now there are almost as many kinds of families as colours of the rainbow - from a mum and dad or single parent to two mums or two dads, from a mixed-race family to children with different mums and dads, from families with a disabled member to those with a mum or dad in prison. Mary Hoffman takes a look through children's eyes at the wide varieties of family life: from homes, food, ways of celebrating, schools and holidays to getting around, jobs and housework, from extended families, languages and hobbies to pets and family trees - and she concludes that, for most people, their own family is the best one of all! With Ros Asquith's delightful pictures, this book takes a fresh, optimistic look at families of today.
Fantastic Tales
Author: Italo Calvino
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 054423104X
Pages: 288
Year: 2015-08-04
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“The true theme of the nineteenth-century fantastic tale is the reality of what we see: to believe or not to believe in phantasmagoric apparitions, to glimpse another world, enchanted or infernal, behind everyday appearances.” — from Calvino’s introduction to Fantastic Tales Vampires, ghosts, and other horrors abound in this collection of nineteenth-century fantastic literature, selected and edited by Italo Calvino, a twentieth-century master of the speculative. This posthumously published anthology of enchanting, uncanny, terrifying, and immortally entertaining short stories includes E.T.A. Hoffmann’s “The Sandman,” Nikolai Gogol’s “The Nose,” Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart,” Robert Louis Stevenson’s “The Bottle Imp,” and many more, each with an introduction by Calvino. Fantastic Tales is a delight for the mind and a feast for the senses. “Impressive and utterly pleasing . . . Each story [Calvino] picks is absorbing, unique, and continually surprising.” — Los Angeles Times
The Masks of Christ
Author: Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416594469
Pages: 496
Year: 2008-11-11
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From the gnostic gospels to the Nativity, religious mythology immortalized Jesus -- his personality, his actions, his words -- but what if they didn't tell the truth? Although an entire religion is based on his teachings, Jesus himself did not record any written accounts of his life or faith. He taught his followers orally, and our only sources about what Jesus actually said and believed, the Gospels, were written long after his lifetime. But the Gospel authors had their own agendas to promote and most certainly altered -- even distorted -- their leader's message. In The Masks of Christ, bestselling authors Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince peel away layers of mythology, canonical revisions, Church propaganda, and censorship in order to reveal who Christ really was -- and discover his true message to the followers of Christianity. Stripping away centuries of misinformation, Picknett and Prince dispel religious myths, unearth historical truths, and uncover the real stories behind some of the Bible's most famous tales -- including how Christ's long-hidden relationships with John the Baptist and Mary Magdalene shaped his beliefs and religious mission. Drawing on objective research, Picknett and Prince present the living, breathing Jesus and provide a context for Jesus' teachings in the time and society in which he lived -- and, most important, guidance on what the life and lessons of Jesus Christ mean to everyone today.
Kepler's Somnium
Author: Johannes Kepler
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486432823
Pages: 255
Year: 1967
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Both a scientific treatise on lunar astronomy and a science-fiction story about a voyage to the moon, Kepler's Somnium went unrecognized for centuries. This edition presents a full translation from the original Latin.
Enigma Variations
Author: André Aciman
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0374148430
Pages: 288
Year: 2017-01-03
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A passionate portrait of love’s contradictory power, in five illuminating stories Andre Aciman, who has been called “the most exciting new fiction writer of the twenty-first century” (New York Magazine), has written a novel in Enigma Variations that charts the life of Paul whose loves remain as consuming and covetous throughout adulthood as they were in adolescence. Whether in southern Italy, where as a boy he has a crush on his parents’ cabinet maker, or on a snowbound campus in New England, where his enduring passion for a girl he’ll meet again and again over the years is punctuated by anonymous encounters with men; on a tennis court in Central Park, or a sidewalk in early spring New York, his attachments are ungraspable, transient and forever underwritten by raw desire—not for just one person’s body but, inevitably, for someone else’s as well. In mapping the most inscrutable corners of desire, Aciman proves to be an unsparing reader of the human psyche and a master stylist of contemporary literature. With language at once lyrical, bare-knuckled, and unabashedly candid, he casts a sensuous, shimmering light over each facet of desire to probe how we ache, want, and waver, and ultimately how we sometimes falter and let go of those who may want only to offer what we crave from them. Behind every step the hero takes, his hopes, denials, fears, and regrets are always ready to lay their traps. Yet the dream of love always casts its luminous halo. We may not always know what we want. We may remain enigmas to ourselves and others. But sooner or later we discover who we’ve always known we were.

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