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FEMINA. FKK-Urlaub im Lager Lebenslust
Author: Franck Sezelli
Publisher: neobooks
ISBN: 3742774093
Pages: 563
Year: 2017-10-15
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Die königliche Regierung holt ausländische junge Männer als Urlauber in den Frauenstaat FEMINA, um in einem lustvoll gestalteten FKK-Lager freiwillige Feminaten schwängern zu lassen und "frisches Blut" in die Bevölkerung zu bringen. Ronald aus München schwankt in seinen Gefühlen während dieses außergewöhnlichen Urlaubs zwischen hormongesteuerter Begeisterung und der Abneigung, sich als bloßes Sexobjekt paarungswilliger Frauen wiederzufinden. Es ist wohl die Liebe zweier Frauen und die Zuneigung der regierenden Prinzessin, die ihn in seine naturgewollte Rolle als Mann stolz hineinfinden lässt. Das Buch lebt von detailreichen Schilderungen zahlreicher intimer Begegnungen, ohne dabei vulgär zu werden. Es verspricht prickelndes Lesevergnügen für aufgeschlossene Leserinnen und Leser.
Naked at Lunch
Author: Mark Haskell Smith
Publisher: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
ISBN: 0802191789
Pages: 320
Year: 2015-06-02
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“A delightful and informative look at nudism throughout history and around the world.” —Seattle Times People have been getting naked in public for reasons other than sex for centuries. But as Mark Haskell Smith reveals, being a nudist is more complicated than simply dropping trou. “Nonsexual social nudism,” as it’s called, rose to prominence in the late nineteenth century. Intellectuals, outcasts, and health nuts from Victorian England and colonial India to Belle Époque France and Gilded Age Manhattan disrobed and wrote manifestos about the joys of going clothing-free. From stories of ancient Greek athletes slathered in olive oil to the millions of Germans who fled the cities for a naked frolic during the Weimar Republic to American soldiers given “naturist” magazines by the Pentagon in the interest of preventing sexually transmitted diseases, this book uncovers nudism’s amusing and provocative past. Coated in multiple layers of high SPF sunblock, Haskell Smith publicly disrobes for the first time in Palm Springs; observes the culture of family nudism in a clothing-free Spanish town; and travels to the largest nudist resort in the world, a hedonist’s paradise in the south of France. He reports on San Francisco’s controversial ban on public nudity, participates in a week of naked hiking in the Austrian Alps, and caps off his adventures with a week on a Caribbean cruise known as the Big Nude Boat. Equal parts cultural history and gonzo participatory journalism, Naked at Lunch is “an absolute hoot” (Los Angeles Magazine) and “a total joy” (Meghan Daum). “Smith puts on his reporter’s hat and takes off everything else as he explores the history and sociology of nudism.” —Los Angeles Times
Sublime Mutations
Author: Del Lagrace Volcano
Publisher: Janssen Verlag
ISBN: 4887691351
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Year: 2001-09-01
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Constellation
Author: Adrien Bosc
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 1590517571
Pages: 200
Year: 2016-05-10
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This best-selling debut novel from one of France’s most exciting young writers is based on the true story of the 1949 disappearance of Air France’s Lockheed Constellation and its famous passengers On October 27, 1949, Air France’s new plane, the Constellation, launched by the extravagant Howard Hughes, welcomed thirty-eight passengers aboard. On October 28, no longer responding to air traffic controllers, the plane disappeared while trying to land on the island of Santa Maria, in the Azores. No one survived. The question Adrien Bosc’s novel asks is not so much how, but why? What were the series of tiny incidents that, in sequence, propelled the plane toward Redondo Mountain? And who were the passengers? As we recognize Marcel Cerdan, the famous boxer and lover of Edith Piaf, and we remember the musical prodigy Ginette Neveu, whose tattered violin would be found years later, the author ties together their destinies: “Hear the dead, write their small legend, and offer to these thirty-eight men and women, like so many constellations, a life and a story.”
The Power of Images
Author: Patrick Boucheron
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1509512918
Pages: 240
Year: 2018-05-29
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Where can the danger be lurking? Two soldiers are huddled together, one gazing up at the sky, the other darting a sideward glance. They derive a tacit reassurance from their weapons, but they are both in their different ways alone and scared. They were painted by Ambrogio Lorenzetti in the Palazzo Pubblico in Siena, and they seem symptomatic of a state of emergency: the year was 1338, and the spectre of the signoria, of rule by one man, was abroad in the city, undermining the very idea of the common good. In this book, distinguished historian Patrick Boucheron uncovers the rich social and political dimensions of the iconic ‘Fresco of Good Government’. He guides the reader through Lorenzetti’s divided city, where peaceful prosperity and leisure sit alongside the ever-present threats of violence, war and despotism. Lorenzetti’s painting reminds us crucially that good government is not founded on the wisdom of principled or virtuous rulers. Rather, good government lies in the visible and tangible effects it has on the lives of its citizens. By subjecting it to scrutiny, we may, at least for a while, be able to hold at bay the dark seductions of tyranny. From fourteenth-century Siena to the present, The Power of Images shows the latent dangers to democracy when our perceptions of the common good are distorted and undermined. It will appeal to students and scholars in art history, politics and the humanities, as well as to anyone interested in the nature of power.
We Only Saw Happiness
Author: Gregoire Delacourt
Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson
ISBN: 1474600050
Pages: 320
Year: 2016-12-29
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There is nothing like the love of a parent for a child. But what happens when that love falters? Deprived of his parents' love as a child, Antoine is determined to give his son and daughter the perfect childhood he never had. He is a dreamer, an optimist, a man who fell in love at first sight and who believes that he has found the secret to living a happy life. But when tragedy strikes he becomes someone even he does not recognise. Taken to his lowest point, he performs an act of desperation. But can he find a way back? And what does happiness actually mean? Provocative, unpredictable, heartbreaking and heartwarming, We Only Saw Happiness is a story about families, the choices we make, and the people we become.
Welcome to Paradise
Author: Mahi Binebine
Publisher: Tin House Books
ISBN: 1935639285
Pages: 176
Year: 2012-03-27
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Mahi Binebine's courageous novel delves into a world that most readers know only from stories on the nightly news, delivering a compassionate glimpse into the difficulties facing asylum seekers and a striking portrait of human desperation. Mahi Binebine’s courageous novel takes place in Morocco, where seven would-be immigrants gather one night near the Strait of Gibraltar to wait for a signal from a trafficker that it is time to cross. While they wait, their stories unfold: Kacem Judi is an escapee from the civil war in Algeria; Nuara, with her newborn child, hopes to find her husband, who hasn’t been in touch for months since moving to France; and Aziz, the young narrator, and his cousin Reda are severed, in different ways, from their families in southern Morocco. They all share a longing to escape and a readiness to risk everything. Welcome to Paradise delves into a world that most readers know only from stories on the nightly news, delivering a compassionate and striking portrait of human desperation.
Letter to D
Author: Andre Gorz
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745680909
Pages: 144
Year: 2013-08-29
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'You're 82 years old. You've shrunk six centimetres, you only weigh 45 kilos yet you're still beautiful, graceful and desirable' – so begins André Gorz's 'open love letter' to the woman he has lived with for 58 years and who lies dying next to him. As one of France's leading post-war philosophers, André Gorz wrote many influential books, but nothing he wrote will be read as widely or remembered as long as this simple, passionate, beautiful letter to his dying wife. In a bittersweet postscript a year after Letter to D was published, a note pinned to the door for the cleaning lady marked the final chapter in an extraordinary love story. André Gorz and his terminally ill wife, Dorine, were found lying peacefully side by side, having taken their lives together. They simply could not live without one another. An international bestseller, Letter to D is the ultimate love story – and all the more poignant because it's true.
Bonaparte
Author: Patrice Gueniffey
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674426010
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Year: 2015-04-13
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Patrice Gueniffey, the leading French historian of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic age, takes up the epic narrative at the heart of this turbulent period: the life of Napoleon himself, from his boyhood in Corsica, to his meteoric rise during the Italian and Egyptian campaigns, to his proclamation as Consul for Life in 1802.
The Department of Missing Persons
Author: Ruth Zylberman
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 162872806X
Pages: 192
Year: 2017-10-03
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A startling debut novel about the burden of Holocaust memory and the implacable zest for life. Thirty-six years after her mother was liberated from Bergen-Belsen, the unnamed narrator lives a comfortable life in Paris. Her mother sees ghosts at every turn, longing to find the family that disappeared behind the miasma of the Holocaust, but she cannot reconcile her mother’s trauma to the cheery bustle of daily life that surrounds them. The pain of memories that are not hers haunt her, weighing all too heavily until she is incapacitated by them, unable forge her own future. As our narrator becomes further entrenched in the past, a letter is sent by the Department of Missing Persons suggesting that her grandfather is not dead, though details of his survival and current situation are unknown. Along with her mother, the narrator begins a desperate hunt, fighting through the past and present, love and loss, and her own vulnerabilities to find the truth and rid them both of their lingering ghosts.
Philosophy for Non-Philosophers
Author: Louis Althusser
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472592026
Pages: 224
Year: 2017-02-23
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In 1980, at the end of the most intensely political period of his work and life, Louis Althusser penned Philosophy for Non-philosophers. Available here for the first time in English, Philosophy for Non-philosophers constitutes a rigorous and engaged attempt to address a wide reading public unfamiliar with Althusser's project. As such, the work is a concentration of the most fundamental theses of Althusser's own ideas, and presents a synthesis of his sprawling and disparate philosophical and political writings. Nowhere else does Althusser push the distinction between philosophy and other disciplines as far, or develop in such detail the concept of 'practice'. Rather than a work of 'popular philosophy', Philosophy for Non-philosophers is a continuation and conglomeration of Althusser's thought; a thought whose radicality is still perceptible in those that have followed since. Philosophy for Non-philosophers thus provides a vivid encapsulation of Althusser's seminal influence on the leading thinkers of today, including Ranciere, Badiou, Balibar, and Žižek.
The Rest of Their Lives
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Publisher: Human Rights Watch
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Mr. Postmouse Takes a Trip
Author: Marianne Dubuc
Publisher: Kids Can Press Ltd
ISBN: 1771389087
Pages: 24
Year: 2017-04-04
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Mr. Postmouse and his family are going on vacation! Of course, he�ll need to bring along a few parcels. After all, Ða postmouse�s rounds are never done!Ó Traveling by hot-air balloon, cruise ship and even by camel, the intrepid mouse family treks around the world, from the forest to the sea, the desert to the ice field, finding adventure, new discoveries and animal friends at every stop. And all along the way, Mr. Postmouse never misses a delivery! Kids will want to pack their bags and tag along. They�ve never seen a vacation quite like this one!
In Praise of Mathematics
Author: Alain Badiou
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1509512047
Pages: 144
Year: 2017-05-23
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Why bother to praise mathematics when you claim, as Alain Badiou does, that philosophy is first and foremost a metaphysics of happiness, or else it’s not worth an hour of trouble? What possible relationship can there be between mathematics and happiness? That is precisely the issue at stake in this dialogue, which serves as a very accessible introduction to what mathematics is and an exploration of the crucial influence it has always exerted on the greatest philosophers. Far from the thankless, pointless exercises they are often thought to be, mathematics and logic are indispensable guides to ridding ourselves of dominant opinions and making possible an access to truths, or to a human experience of the utmost value. That is why mathematics may well be the shortest path to the true life, which, when it exists, is characterized by an incomparable happiness.
Pig Tales
Author: Marie Darrieussecq
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ISBN: 1565844424
Pages: 144
Year: 1998-04
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A young woman who lands a position at a beauty parlor enjoys great success until she slowly metamorphoses into a pig