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Holland 1883

  10/02/2012       xxxser1xxx      0 Comments

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Ramalho Ortigão

José Duarte Ramalho Ortigão nasceu no Porto, na Casa de Germalde, freguesia de Santo Ildefonso. Era o mais velho de nove irmãos, filhos do primeiro-tenente de artilharia Joaquim da Costa Ramalho Ortigão e de D. Antónia Alves Duarte Silva Ramalho Ortigão.Viveu a sua infância numa quinta do Porto com a avó materna, com a educação a cargo de um tio-avô e padrinho Frei José do Sacramento. Em Coimbra, frequentou brevemente o curso de Direito, começando a trabalhar como professor de francês no colégio da Lapa, no Porto, de que seu pai era director, e onde ensinou, entre outros, Eça de Queirós e Ricardo Jorge. Por essa altura, iniciou-se no jornalismo colaborando no Jornal do Porto . Foi colaborador em diversas publicações periódicas, nomeadamente: Acção realista (1924-1926); O António Maria (1879-1899); Branco e Negro: semanario illustrado (1896-1898); Brasil-Portugal: revista quinzenal illustrada(1899-1914); Contemporânea (1915-1926); Galeria republicana (1882-1883); A imprensa: revista científica, literária e artística (1885-1891); O occidente: revista illustrada de Portugal e do estrangeiro (1877-1915); A semana de Lisboa: supplemento do Jornal do Commercio (1893-1895); Serões: revista semanal ilustrada (1901-1911); O Thalassa: semanario humoristico e de caricaturas (1913-1915).Em 24 de outubro de 1859 casou com D. Emília Isaura Vilaça de Araújo Vieira, de quem veio a ter três filhos: Vasco, Berta e Maria Feliciana.Ainda no Porto, envolveu-se na Questão Coimbrã com o folheto Literatura de hoje, acabando por enfrentar Antero de Quental num duelo de espadas, a quem apodou de cobarde por ter insultado o cego e velhinho António Feliciano de Castilho. Ramalho ficou fisicamente ferido no duelo travado, em 6 de fevereiro de 1866, no Jardim de Arca dÁgua.No ano seguinte, em 1867, visita a Exposição Universal em Paris, de que resulta o livro Em Paris, primeiro de uma série de livros de viagens. Insatisfeito com a sua situação no Porto, muda-se para Lisboa com a família, obtendo uma vaga para oficial da Academia das Ciências de Lisboa.Reencontra em Lisboa o seu ex-aluno Eça de Queirós e com ele escreve um romance execrável (classificação dos autores no prefácio de 1884): O Mistério da Estrada de Sintra (1870), que marca o aparecimento do romance policial em Portugal. No mesmo ano, Ramalho Ortigão publica ainda Histórias cor-de-rosa e inicia a publicação de Correio de Hoje (1870-71). Em parceria com Eça de Queirós, surgem em 1871 os primeiros folhetos de As Farpas, de que vem a resultar a compilação em dois volumes sob o título Uma Campanha Alegre. Em finais de 1872, o seu amigo Eça de Queirós parte para Havana exercer o seu primeiro cargo consular no estrangeiro, continuando Ramalho Ortigão a redigir sozinho As Farpas.Entretanto, Ramalho Ortigão tornara-se uma das principais figuras da chamada Geração de 70. Vai acontecer com ele o que aconteceu com quase todos os membros dessa geração. Numa primeira fase, pretendiam aproximar Portugal das sociedades modernas europeias, cosmopolitas e anticlericais. Desiludidos com as luzes europeias do progresso material, porém, numa segunda fase voltaram-se para as raízes de Portugal e para o programa de um reaportuguesamento de Portugal. É dessa segunda fase a constituição do grupo Os Vencidos da Vida, do qual fizeram parte, além de Ramalho Ortigão, o Conde de Sabugosa, o Conde de Ficalho, o Marquês de Soveral, o Conde de Arnoso, Antero de Quental, Oliveira Martins, Guerra Junqueiro, Carlos Lobo de Ávila, Carlos de Lima Mayer e António Cândido. À intelectualidade proeminente da época juntava-se agora a nobreza, num último esforço para restaurar o prestígio da Monarquia, tendo o Rei D. Carlos I sido, significativamente, eleito por unanimidade confrade suplente do grupo.Na sequência do assassínio do Rei, em 1908, escreve D. Carlos o Martirizado. Com a implantação da República, em 1910, pede imediatamente a Teófilo Braga a demissão do cargo de bibliotecário da Real Bi

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Totem y Tabu

  10/02/2012       MaxSir54      0 Comments

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Sigmund Freud

Totem y tabu es el titulo de una obra filosofica y antropologica escrita por el medico, neurologo y librepensador austriaco Sigmund Freud en 1913. La obra consta de cuatro partes y fue publicada inicialmente en la revista Imago. Este ensayo constituye el intento de Freud de aplicar la teoria y el metodo del psicoanalisis (ya antes descritos por el con fines clinicos) a asuntos de la antropologia. La idea que motiva este trabajo es que se podria establecer una analogia entre el desarrollo de las sociedades primitivas y el desarrollo individual del psiquismo humano. La tesis central de este libro queda expresada en la hipotesis de que existiria un origen comun del totemismo y la exogamia, determinados por el conflicto humano fundamental entre el deseo y la prohibicion.

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Beyond Good and Evil (Illustrated, Annotated, Quotes, Audiobook Access, Other Features)

  10/02/2012       fgjcnfk      0 Comments

This work dramatically rejects the tradition of Western thought with its notions of truth and God, good and evil. Nietzsche demonstrates that the Christian world is steeped in a false piety and infected with a slave morality. With wit and energy, he turns from this critique to a philosophy that celebrates the present and demands that the individual imposes their own will to power upon the world.

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Susanna: Ein Geistlich Spiel Von Der Gotfurchtigen Und Keuschen Frauen Susannen

  10/02/2012       vasiapol      0 Comments

Paul Rebhuhn: Susanna. Ein Geistlich Spiel von der Gotfurchtigen und keuschen Frauen SusannenEdition Holzinger. TaschenbuchBerliner Ausgabe, 2014, 3. AuflageVollstandiger, durchgesehener Neusatz mit einer Biographie des Autors bearbeitet und eingerichtet von Michael HolzingerErstdruck: Zwickau (gedruckt durch Wolfgangk Meyerpeck), 1536. Uraufgefuhrt am ersten Fastensonntag 1535, Kahla (Thuringen.)Textgrundlage ist die Ausgabe: Paul Rebhun: Ein Geistlich Spiel von der Gotfurchtigen und keuschen Frauen Susannen. Kritisch herausgegeben von Hans-Gert Roloff, Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam jun., 1967.Herausgeber der Reihe: Michael HolzingerReihengestaltung: Viktor HarvionUmschlaggestaltung unter Verwendung des Bildes: Vittore Carpaccio: Lesende MuttergottesGesetzt aus Minion Pro, 10 pt.

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The Confession(The Heritage of Lancaster County #2)

  10/02/2012       eklips201      0 Comments

I enjoyed the second book in this series, but I got pretty frustrated with the main characters willingness to forget her adoptive mother--her love, her sacrifices--ultimately the past 22 years of her life! She fell in love with the idea of her birthmother. Before she even met her, she convinced herself that she belonged in this new life and that so much had been taken from her.Right now, Im sort of at a point in my life, where I feel like telling certain people to get over their difficulties and just deal with the life they are living, rather than focus on what should have or would have been.However, I really enjoy reading about the Amish lifestyle and imagine how different everything must be in their world.

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Halo: A Story about Heaven

  10/02/2012       loly617      0 Comments

Halo: A Story about Heaven is a 36-page picture book about faith and healing. The main character, Jessi, is visited by a majestic white dog who takes her on an adventure to help her understand and cope with loss. Although the story calls the afterlife heaven, Halo is otherwise non-denominational with broad spiritual undertones, and draws from near-death accounts from all over the globe. This story focuses on rich imagery, an inclusive and loving point of view, and a narrative that can stand on its own. The goal is for Halo to be less educational and more an open-ended source of comfort and inspiration that can help foster dialogues in which adults can answer questions about death and spirituality as they see fit.

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The Great Gildersleeve: Volume 1

  10/02/2012       i_hate_you      0 Comments

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The Great Gildersleeve: Volume 1
 
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Hollywood 360 Collection A

A hilarious collection of episodes from the beloved radio show The Great GildersleeveThrockmorton P. Gildersleeve was a popular character, appearing each week on the Fibber McGee & Molly radio show. On August 31, 1941, Gildersleeve landed his own situation comedy show, The Great Gildersleeve, which was radio s first spin-off. Gildersleeve moved from the town of Wistful Vista to Summerfield, where he oversaw his late brother-in-law s estate and took on the rearing of his orphaned niece and nephew, Marjorie (originally played by Lurene Tuttle and followed by Louise Erickson and Mary Lee Robb) and Leroy Forester (Walter Tetley). The household also included a cook named Birdie.The Great Gildersleeve was the first show to be centered on a single parent balancing raising children, work, and a social life, accomplished with taste and genuine wit, often at the expense of Gildersleeve s slightly understated pomposity. Radio veteran Hal Peary originated the role of Gildersleeve but left the series at the height of its popularity in 1950, giving way to well-known character actor Willard Waterman. Waterman continued in the radio role until 1957 and also played Gildersleeve in a television version syndicated in 1955.Episodes include: Leroy s Old Car, Friendly to Bullard, Meets Paula Winthrop, Marjorie as Secretary, Jolly Boys Speak Candidly, Leroy Stays with Hooker, Anniversary of First Date, Babs Frustrates Romance, Lost Boy on Halloween, Couple Buying a Lot, Oak Tree Problem, and Inviting Guests for Thanksgiving.

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Fields of Gold: Planting a Church Among Central Asian Muslims

  10/02/2012       AHTu      0 Comments

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990 gave Gods people an historic moment to reach Central Asian Muslims with the Gospel of Jesus the Messiah. Joining others from around the world, James Wright and his family responded to the opportunity and moved into rural Kazakhstan, a mysterious and boundless land where Silk Road caravans once traversed and immense herds of sheep grazed under the watchful eye of their Kazakh shepherds. Fields of Gold tells the story of the remarkable beginnings of the Kazakh church in southern Kazakhstan. Working to introduce the good news of the Messiah Jesus in the Central Asian context, the church-planting team learned many valuable lessons about living as witnesses among an unreached people. They encountered hardship and suffering in one of the most isolated places on earth where Communists exiled Alexander Solzhenitsyn and many other religious dissidents in the Gulag Archipelago, but through it all God brought Muslims to Jesus and matured those through whom he worked. Fields of Gold is a book about the great things God is doing among the Muslim Kazakh of Central Asia. Written through the prism of personal pilgrimage, this book is interlaced with stirring stories, interesting cultural insights, painful trials and exciting breakthroughs. It reminds me of 2 Corinthians 4:7, We have this treasure in earthen vessels so that the surpassing greatness of the power will be of God and not from ourselves. Dr. Rick Love, Author and Mission Specialist

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The Griffin Series: Genesis

  10/02/2012       supermenstar      0 Comments

General Saigon Alexander is the honorable captain of the ESS Battleship Sphinx. He is an officer of the Galactic Police, a law enforcement branch created by the Unified Galactic State. His crew is talented, driven, and composed of many of his childhood friends. Together, they are a hard-working team often looked to for secret interstellar missions by the UGS.One such mission involves the successful apprehension of a notorious enemy of the state, charged with plotting terrorist activities against the regime and the president. Saigon is proud of his accomplishment, and yet he is soon shocked to witness the inhumane treatment of their captive. He protests but is threatened with imprisonment himself.Saigon, ever loyal, feels a need to pull away. He resolves to combat the tyranny of the Galactic Police, and with the help of his crew, a new ship is commissioned. The Griffin will be their safe haven as news spreads of their betrayal. Soon, they are named outlaws, but Saigon will not stop fighting for the good of the galaxy and justice for all.

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Gwenllian, The Welsh Warrior Princess

  10/02/2012       Tsugumi      0 Comments

They came, they saw, they conquered - words that accurately describe the actions of the Norman conquest of Britain. In 1097 AD, with the subjugation of England and Scotland complete, the Norman king, William Rufus, gathered his mighty forces at the borders of Wales; his intentions were to simply annihilate the Welsh nation and rule its lands.Earlier that year, in the royal household of the king of Gwynedd, a princess was born; a child who in future years would rise from the ashes of pain and despair, to lead her people in body and spirit against these foreign intruders.Through her valiant, unselfish and untimely tragic actions, her notoriety grew to rival the infamous Celtic warrior queen Buddug (Boudica). Then, on the eve of battle, when the impassioned Welsh forces stood facing the mightiest army in Europe, a cry resounded from the throats of countless thousands of patriotic Welshmen and women, that would ultimately drive them on to victory Gwenllian!

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