I Viaggi Di Gulliver

Autore: Jonathan Swift
Editore: E-text
ISBN: 8897313876
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La “commedia umana” di Swift procede in senso inverso alla Divina Commedia. Il capolavoro dantesco s’inizia col tetro abisso dell’Inferno e progressivamente se ne allontana […] Il capolavoro di Swift s’inizia con l’allegretto dei lillipuziani, e via via si fa più fosco attraverso le esperienze grottesche di Gulliver nel paese dei giganti, attraverso quella rassegna dell’umana stoltezza e vanità che è il viaggio a Laputa e a Lagado (Mario Praz, "Letteratura inglese"). Nota: gli e-book editi da E-text in collaborazione con Liber Liber sono tutti privi di DRM; si possono quindi leggere su qualsiasi lettore di e-book, si possono copiare su più dispositivi e, volendo, si possono anche modificare. Questo e-book aiuta il sito di Liber Liber, una mediateca che rende disponibili gratuitamente migliaia di capolavori della letteratura e della musica.

Viaggi Di Gulliver Nelle Lontane Regioni Versione Dall Inglese Di Gaetano Barbieri Con Disegni Di Grandville

Autore: Jonathan Swift
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ISBN:
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Vista: 1907
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Gulliver S Travels

Autore: Jonathan Swift
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ISBN: 9781519416452
Grandezza: 37,23 MB
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A satire on human nature and a parody of the "travellers' tales" literary genre, this is widely considered Swift's greatest work as well as one of the indisputable classics of English literature. Transcribed from the 1892 George Bell and Son edition.Notice: This Book is published by Historical Books Limited (www.publicdomain.org.uk) as a Public Domain Book, if you have any inquiries, requests or need any help you can just send an email to [email protected] book is found as a public domain and free book based on various online catalogs, if you think there are any problems regard copyright issues please contact us immediately via [email protected]

A Tale Of A Tub

Autore: Jonathan Swift
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ISBN:
Grandezza: 31,74 MB
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I Viaggi Di Gulliver Balletto Comico In Tre Parti

Autore: Giovanni Briol
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The Genres Of Gulliver S Travels

Autore: Frederik N. Smith
Editore: University of Delaware Press
ISBN: 9780874133592
Grandezza: 75,86 MB
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A reevaluation of Swift's masterpiece and a test of the usefulness of examining a text through the perspective of genre. Gulliver is explored from the standpoint of picaresque, history, novel, children's literature, illustrated book, scientific prose, science fiction, philosophical treatise, and satire.

I Destini Cresciuti Quattro Percorsi Nell Apprendere Adulto

Autore: Pier Luigi Amietta
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8856870231
Grandezza: 38,77 MB
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Vista: 6719
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Gulliver S Travels Book

Autore: Jonathan Swift
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ISBN: 9788587343437
Grandezza: 36,91 MB
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A Child Of Books

Autore: Oliver Jeffers
Editore: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763690775
Grandezza: 52,23 MB
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A young reader introduces a boy to the many imaginative worlds that books bring to life.

Wooden Eyes

Autore: Carlo Ginzburg
Editore: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231119603
Grandezza: 14,55 MB
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Home to the New York Yankees, the Bronx Zoo, and the Grand Concourse, the Bronx was at one time a haven for upwardly mobile second-generation immigrants eager to leave the crowded tenements of Manhattan in pursuit of the American dream. Once hailed as a "wonder borough" of beautiful homes, parks, and universities, the Bronx became--during the 1960s and 1970s--a national symbol of urban deterioration. Thriving neighborhoods that had long been home to generations of families dissolved under waves of arson, crime, and housing abandonment, turning blocks of apartment buildings into gutted, graffiti-covered shells and empty, trash-filled lots. In this revealing history of the Bronx, Evelyn Gonzalez describes how the once-infamous New York City borough underwent one of the most successful and inspiring community revivals in American history. From its earliest beginnings as a loose cluster of commuter villages to its current status as a densely populated home for New York's growing and increasingly more diverse African American and Hispanic populations, this book shows how the Bronx interacted with and was affected by the rest of New York City as it grew from a small colony on the tip of Manhattan into a sprawling metropolis. This is the story of the clattering of elevated subways and the cacophony of crowded neighborhoods, the heady optimism of industrial progress and the despair of economic recession, and the vibrancy of ethnic cultures and the resilience of local grassroots coalitions crucial to the borough's rejuvenation. In recounting the varied and extreme transformations this remarkable community has undergone, Evelyn Gonzalez argues that it was not racial discrimination, rampant crime, postwar liberalism, or big government that was to blame for the urban crisis that assailed the Bronx during the late 1960s. Rather, the decline was inextricably connected to the same kinds of social initiatives, economic transactions, political decisions, and simple human choices that had once been central to the development and vitality of the borough. Although the history of the Bronx is unquestionably a success story, crime, poverty, and substandard housing still afflict the community today. Yet the process of building and rebuilding carries on, and the revitalization of neighborhoods and a resurgence of economic growth continue to offer hope for the future.