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The bible of Orlando includes all you need to prepare in advance and adore your city trip. It contains the most interesting sights, restaurants, shops and advises what to do when you are in Orlando... More > as well as some useful information about its night life. Including valuable information and an in-depth advice, it is an essential reading for everyone!< Less
Published by Hogarth Press in 1928, Orlando is at once an oddity, an indulgence, but also a slice of genius. The novel – because despite masquerading as a biography, it is a work of narrative... More > fiction – tells the unlikely, impossible story of Orlando through his years as a male member of the Elizabethan Court, an affair with a Russian Princess, a subdued period of contemplation during the reign of James 1, his time as an ambassador in Constantinople and the sudden transformation into a woman.
Not content with such a plot twist Woolf allows her character to live on through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, using the journey to trace the female place in society while allowing Orlando the freedom to seduce, be seduced and to love in equal measure. After 80,000 words, Woolf leaves her heroine in the England of 1928 having completed a poem, The Oak Tree, that had been started some four centuries earlier.< Less
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Guide to Orlando
The fundamental, most exclusive guide to exploring Orlando incorporates au courant considerations of the supreme spots to visit, and things to watch as well as the best places to eat at. All the... More > necessities to get to the core of Orlando, the guide is the outcome of months of research by our experienced and determined authors and travel authorities who obsessed themselves in Orlando and its secrets, bringing to light exclusive risky and unexpected undertakings and use in common with others practical and honest advises, so you will be always familiar and impressed. Wish you a brilliant holiday and just take the most of it!!!< Less
Travel to Orlando
“Travel to Orlando” is your only passport to all the most significant and up-to-date advices on what to see, what to do, and what unrevealed exposures are waiting! It will instantly... More > direct you to the best captivations this magnetic place can offer. No matter if you're looking for the most irresistible restaurants and bars, charismatic night clubs, or just a place to stay, this record-breaker is your supreme companion!< Less
Holiday in Orlando
Want to tour in Orlando, one of the nicest city in the world where Disney World, Universal Studio and other major theme parks are?
This ebook compiles tons of tips showing you where to go, which... More > restaurants to eat, honeymoon in a quiet and beautiful park, and lots more.
Give yourself a well deserve break. Book your air ticket to Orlando right now! And don't forget to bring along this guide ebook in your mobile device. See you!< Less
John Harington's 1591 translation of Lodovico Ariosto's 'Orlando Furioso'. Commanded by Queen Elizabeth I from "that saucy poet, my godson". 901 pages.
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It may not be unbridled passion through a salmon fish tank, but it is the best that someone like Kelly Vincent can do.
Inspired by the inspirational ‘All of Viggo,’ Commando Orlando tells... More > the story of young Orlando Knightingale when he joins the crew of the great ship, the HMS Salogel, to avoid facing the memories of his dead father.
On the Salogel's decks, Orlando, though he is engaged to a beautiful woman, soon finds himself entwined with Jo Poppets, the captain's daughter.
From it’s dull beginning to not very much, if at all, improved conclusion, Commando Orlando’s frank and open-minded storyline explores love, romance, betrayal, sacrifice, and the uncomfortable nature of having sex on a boat during rough seas.< Less
Orlando Furioso (The Frenzy of Orlando, more literally Mad Orlando; in Italian furioso is seldom capitalized) is an Italian epic poem by Ludovico Ariosto which has exerted a wide influence on later... More > culture. The earliest version appeared in 1516, although the poem was not published in its complete form until 1532.
The poem is divided into forty-six cantos, each containing a variable number of eight-line stanzas in ottava rima (a rhyme scheme of abababcc). Ottava rima had been used in previous Italian romantic epics, including Luigi Pulci's Morgante and Boiardo's Orlando Innamorato. Ariosto's work is 38,736 lines long in total, making it one of the longest poems in European literature.< Less