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Miroirs Embués II By Gilbert Soroquère
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A travers la vie quotidienne l'auteur s'efforce d'appréhender, ce qui n'est pas, mais est pourtant si présent.
Kempo Yudansha Nyumon By William Durbin
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This book covers the techniques required for all black belt ranks from Shodan to Godan. Along with the techniques is basic information needed for Kiyojute Ryu Kempoka who progresses from Shodan to... More > Godan. There is also a basic tutorial on weaponry required from Rokkyu through Godan. Kata, Embu, Zenshi, and Mondo are also covered.< Less
Season for Leviathan By Stephen Fleenor
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Fleenor fires up an epic tale of youth caught in the turmoil of descending world events leading to war in Japan. Fleenor draws on his 40 years' experience of living in Japan to create a story embued... More > with factual information and subtle understanding of the pre-war and war era. As in earlier novels he has chosen Karuizawa and Asama as a backdrop but has widened the stage to include China, Europe, and the United States. American readers will enjoy the chapters that take place in Oregon and Northern Indiana near Lake Michigan. In "Season for Leviathan" the author adds unique color to events in Japan experienced by foreigners and Japanese who lived through the war. The Plot: Why is Erik Steffensen mentally disturbed? What events in his life in the autumn of 1941 led up to his predicament? The Japanese authorities will not allow him to leave Japan. They have limited, yet encouraged his odd activities... Who is the girl?< Less
Season for Leviathan By Stephen Fleenor
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Fleenor fires up an epic tale of youth caught in the turmoil of descending world events leading to war in Japan. Fleenor draws on his 40 years' experience of living in Japan to create a story embued... More > with factual information and subtle understanding of the pre-war and war era. As in earlier novels he has chosen Karuizawa and Asama as a backdrop but has widened the stage to include China, Europe, and the United States. American readers will enjoy the chapters that take place in Oregon and Northern Indiana near Lake Michigan. In "Season for Leviathan" the author adds unique color to events in Japan experienced by foreigners and Japanese who lived through the war. The Plot: Why is Erik Steffensen mentally disturbed? What events in his life in the autumn of 1941 led up to his predicament? The Japanese authorities will not allow him to leave Japan. They have limited, yet encouraged his odd activities... Who is the girl?< Less
Quand un choix s'impose... By Herve AYEMENE
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Du revers de la main droite, Jacques envoya une violente claque à sa fille Annette : « Pardon ?... Peux-tu me répéter ce que tu viens de dire ? », avança... More > t’il ensuite, ulcéré. S’armant de courage, les yeux embués de larmes, Annette releva la tête et c’est avec toute la candeur héritée de sa mère qu’elle réussit à formuler ces quelques mots : …< Less
Les éthers indicibles By Alban Auriac
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L'enfant était assis sur le rebord du trottoir. Une pluie fine tombait, couvrant le faîte des maisons et cabanes de tôles ondulées, et bien qu'il lui faille... More > régulièrement essuyer les larmes froides qui perlaient sur son visage trop clair, il n'éprouvait pas le besoin d'aller s'abriter. Une petite mort l'envahissait comme un sommeil – une envie de rien. Il préférait, le regard vide et embué, scruter la place déserte. Il observait les manèges désarticulés que la bourrasque impétueuse animait. Ce spectacle était si rare. Un tourniquet branlant, une mécanique rongée par la rouille, tournait lentement dans le sens inverse des aiguilles d'une montre, grinçant, tantôt grimaçant tel un animal à l'agonie. Une double balançoire bancale, dont les armatures eurent été par le passé plus cinglantes – bleues, parfaitement synchrone dans ses mouvements, suggérait ailleurs l'ouvrage lent de l'érosion. Des bâches déchirées claquaient dans le vent comme autant de spectres enchaînés.< Less