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Il filo invisibile
Author: Luisa Rubinato
Publisher: Cierre Edizioni
ISBN: 8883145097
Pages: 105
Year: 2009
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Custode del Fuoco Sacro
Author: Alessandra Comneno
Publisher: Anima Srl
ISBN: 8863653208
Pages: 104
Year: 2015-08-07
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Questo libro racconta l’esperienza dell’autrice, in viaggio verso se stessa, a contatto con le Donne Medicina del continente americano. Esso mira a integrare gli insegnamenti delle antiche tradizioni della via sciamanica nella vita quotidiana di ogni donna alla ricerca del proprio valore, della propria dignità e dell’inestimabile ruolo da lei svolto nella società moderna. Per ricevere gli insegnamenti che mi offrivano con saggezza e semplicità le Donne Medicina dei popoli nativi dell’America Latina che ho eletto come educatrici, ho dovuto aprire il cuore e ascoltare, con innocenza e stupore, il messaggio tramandato di bocca in bocca, da generazione in generazione, quello che le antenate chiamano l’eredità che ha radici e che, come una freccia, arriva diretta all’anima. Incontri, ricordi, appunti di diario si susseguono in queste pagine che invitano il lettore a riflettere sul ruolo e il valore di essere donna, sul dono e la responsabilità di essere madre, ma soprattutto sulla potenzialità di vivere come amante la relazione con tutto quello che ci circonda. La via sciamanica, intesa come viaggio della coscienza nel mare della percezione, è stata la pratica che ho seguito per avvicinarmi al mistero di questo mondo.
La liturgia della memoria
Author: Egidio Saracino
Publisher: EDUCatt - Ente per il diritto allo studio universitario dell'Università Cattolica
ISBN: 8867804316
Pages: 66
Year: 2014-06-25
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La memoria del possibile
Author: Mario Pezzella
Publisher: Editoriale Jaca Book
ISBN: 8816408731
Pages: 346
Year: 2009
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L'orlo invisibile dei versi
Author: Lamberto Donegà
Publisher: Lampi di stampa
ISBN: 8848808522
Pages: 74
Year: 2009-06-01
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Coro di voci sole
Author: Katia Taddei
Publisher: Il Ponte Editore
ISBN: 8888861092
Pages: 345
Year: 2003
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Archivio storico Sardo
Year: 1905
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Rivoluzione romanzo
Author: Giuseppe D'Ambrosio Angelillo
Publisher: G. D'Ambrosio Angelillo
ISBN: 8878770574
Pages: 637
Year: 2007
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Sogni, Utopie e grandi Speranze di un ventenne che credeva con tutto se stesso in un mondo migliore... Guai, sconfitte e capitolazioni di una Meglio Gioventù che voleva portare la Fantasia al potere... e che invece se ne cadde a faccia a terra... illustrato
Le parole non le portano le cicogne
Author: Roberto Vecchioni
ISBN: 8806155318
Pages: 206
Year: 2000
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Invisible Cities
Author: Italo Calvino
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 054413320X
Pages: 176
Year: 2013-08-12
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“Cities, like dreams, are made of desires and fears, even if the thread of their discourse is secret, their rules are absurd, their perspectives deceitful, and everything conceals something else.” — from Invisible Cities In a garden sit the aged Kublai Khan and the young Marco Polo — Mongol emperor and Venetian traveler. Kublai Khan has sensed the end of his empire coming soon. Marco Polo diverts his host with stories of the cities he has seen in his travels around the empire: cities and memory, cities and desire, cities and designs, cities and the dead, cities and the sky, trading cities, hidden cities. As Marco Polo unspools his tales, the emperor detects these fantastic places are more than they appear. “Invisible Cities changed the way we read and what is possible in the balance between poetry and prose . . . The book I would choose as pillow and plate, alone on a desert island.” — Jeanette Winterson
Year: 1995
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Italian Quarterly
Author: Carlo Luigi Golino
Year: 1988
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Good Morning, Midnight
Author: Lily Brooks-Dalton
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0812998901
Pages: 272
Year: 2016-08-09
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For readers of Station Eleven and The Snow Child, Lily Brooks-Dalton’s haunting debut is the unforgettable story of two outsiders—a lonely scientist in the Arctic and an astronaut trying to return to Earth—as they grapple with love, regret, and survival in a world transformed. NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY SHELF AWARENESS AND THE CHICAGO REVIEW OF BOOKS • COLSON WHITEHEAD'S FAVORITE BOOK OF 2016 (Esquire) Augustine, a brilliant, aging astronomer, is consumed by the stars. For years he has lived in remote outposts, studying the sky for evidence of how the universe began. At his latest posting, in a research center in the Arctic, news of a catastrophic event arrives. The scientists are forced to evacuate, but Augustine stubbornly refuses to abandon his work. Shortly after the others have gone, Augustine discovers a mysterious child, Iris, and realizes that the airwaves have gone silent. They are alone. At the same time, Mission Specialist Sullivan is aboard the Aether on its return flight from Jupiter. The astronauts are the first human beings to delve this deep into space, and Sully has made peace with the sacrifices required of her: a daughter left behind, a marriage ended. So far the journey has been a success. But when Mission Control falls inexplicably silent, Sully and her crewmates are forced to wonder if they will ever get home. As Augustine and Sully each face an uncertain future against forbidding yet beautiful landscapes, their stories gradually intertwine in a profound and unexpected conclusion. In crystalline prose, Good Morning, Midnight poses the most important questions: What endures at the end of the world? How do we make sense of our lives? Lily Brooks-Dalton’s captivating debut is a meditation on the power of love and the bravery of the human heart. Praise for Good Morning, Midnight “Stunningly gorgeous . . . The book contemplates the biggest questions—What is left at the end of the world? What is the impact of a life’s work?”—Portland Mercury “A beautifully written, sparse post-apocalyptic novel that explores memory, loss and identity . . . Fans of Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven and Kim Stanley Robinson’s Aurora will appreciate the Brooks-Dalton’s exquisite exploration of relationships in extreme environments.”—The Washington Post “Ambitious . . . Brooks-Dalton’s prose lights up the page in great swathes, her dialogue sharp and insightful, and the high-concept plot drives a story of place, elusive love, and the inexorable yearning for human contact.”—Publishers Weekly “Beautiful descriptions create a sense of wonder and evoke feelings of desolation. . . . Brooks-Dalton’s heartfelt debut novel unfolds at a perfect pace as it asks readers what will be left when everything in the world is gone.”—Booklist “Good Morning, Midnight is a remarkable and gifted debut novel. Lily Brooks-Dalton is an uncanny chronicler of desolate spaces, whether it’s the cold expanse of the universe or the deepest recesses of the human heart.”—Colson Whitehead “With imagination, empathy, and insight into unchanged and unchangeable human nature, Lily Brooks-Dalton takes us on an emotional journey in this beautiful debut.”—Yiyun Li “A truly original novel, otherworldly and profoundly human . . . Good Morning, Midnight is a fascinating story, surprising and inspiring at every turn.”—Keith Scribner
Terza generazione
Author: Anna Dolfi
Pages: 457
Year: 1997-01-01
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I segni e il vuoto
Author: Luciana Martinelli
Pages: 355
Year: 1985
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