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The Lady from the Sea By Henrik Ibsen
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The Lady from the Sea (Norwegian: Fruen fra havet) is a play written in 1888 by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen inspired by the ballad Agnete og Havmanden. The drama is notable in the Ibsen corpus... More > for introducing the portrayal of Hilde Wangel who is again portrayed in Ibsen's later play The Master Builder. The character portrayal of Hilde Wangel has been portrayed twice in contemporary film as a culturally relevant portrayal, most recently in the 2014 film titled A Master Builder.This symbolic play is centred on a lady called Ellida. She is the daughter of a lighthouse-keeper, and grew up where the fjord met the open sea; she loves the sea. She is married to Doctor Wangel, a doctor in a small town in West Norway (in the mountains). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lady_from_the_Sea Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
A word in a star/Eit ord i ei stjerne bilingual edition: English and Norwegian By Hannie Rouweler
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Bilingual translations ENGLISH into NORWEGIAN of poems by Hannie Rouweler. Translations by Jostein Sæbøe. Several themes. About a previous collection: "Lakes and Gardens contains an... More > unusual richness of motives, ranging from family situations, childhood memories and landscape observations to passion, love, loss and loneliness. Despite these innumerable and varied glimpses from the life of a mature poet, there is no danger of disintegration of poetic style or character. All through the volume we are struck by the poet’s ability to let her own distinctive features mould her visions into verses, features that are characterised by humour, sincerity, sometimes irony as well as a deep wonder at the small and big mysteries of life. The images and sceneries in many of the poems reveal the poet’s practice as a painter. In the most intimate poems we sense the almost physical presence of the poet and at the same time we have a feeling that everyday words put on a deeper symbolic message." Jostein Sæbøe.< Less
A word in a star/Eit ord i ei stjerne (bilingual edition: English and Norwegian) By Hannie Rouweler & Jostein Sæbøe
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Bilingual translations ENGLISH into NORWEGIAN of poems by Hannie Rouweler. Translations by Jostein Sæbøe. Several themes. About a previous collection: "Lakes and Gardens contains an... More > unusual richness of motives, ranging from family situations, childhood memories and landscape observations to passion, love, loss and loneliness. Despite these innumerable and varied glimpses from the life of a mature poet, there is no danger of disintegration of poetic style or character. All through the volume we are struck by the poet’s ability to let her own distinctive features mould her visions into verses, features that are characterised by humour, sincerity, sometimes irony as well as a deep wonder at the small and big mysteries of life. The images and sceneries in many of the poems reveal the poet’s practice as a painter. In the most intimate poems we sense the almost physical presence of the poet and at the same time we have a feeling that everyday words put on a deeper symbolic message." Jostein Sæbøe< Less
The Dancing Heart Comes Home By Timothy Mead
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The final imposition on the patience of all you lovely normal people. The 'hard question' of consciousness, and where it inevitably (because LOGICALLY) ends up. Welcome. But read the others first... More > ... The brain, that’s me speaking, Hi!, invented consciousness SO THAT it could have language. Another tip of the mitt to the other you-know-who, that philosopher-guy who wants us to see ‘evolution’ as PURPOSEFUL. (He can’t be SERIOUS? Don’t bet on it … ). And the price of language is that it is Euclidian. Or, the price of consciousness is that it is Euclidian; and THEREFORE ‘language’ is Euclidian. But maybe not all language is SYMBOLIC. Here things are going to get confused, and I am going to say things that I will later retract, or disown completely.< Less
АЗ ОБИЧАМ МАНДАЛИ By Цвета Динкова
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I have been drawing a Mandala since 2010 when I read Drunvalo Melchizedek's book - The Ancient Secret to the Flower of Life, Vol. 1 and 2. Then something unlocked in me. But here I mostly represent... More > vector format images. It is simple for me and I can convert a drawing into a vector and a vector into a drawing. This book contains fifty coloring mandalas for adults. I have included three grades of 8.5x11 inch complexity. Background - The Flower of Life. They are all created by Sacred Geometry. The mandala means a circle and symbolizes the infinity of life. Relaxation, balancing energy, developing imagination and intuition, opening up locked possibilities - all of these can be achieved with a sacred geometry mandala. They are a universal code, as is Word and Music. Every code works. The more we open for them, the more they open for us. Have a nice experience! With love from the Author!< Less
Le culte du moi 2 Un homme libre [French] By Maurice Barres
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Auguste-Maurice Barrès (French: [baʁɛs]; 19... More > August 1862 – 4 December 1923) was a French novelist, journalist and politician. Spending some time in Italy, he became a figure in French literature with the release of his work The Cult of the Self in 1888. In politics, he was first elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1889 as a Boulangist and would play a prominent political role for the rest of his life.Barrès was associated in his literary works with Symbolism, a movement which had equivalence with British Aestheticism and Italian Decadentism, indeed he was a close associate of Gabriele d'Annunzio representing the latter. As the name of his trilogy suggests, his works glorified a humanistic love of the self and he also flirted with occult mysticisms in his youth. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Barr%C3%A8s< Less
Un jardin sur l'Oronte [French] By Maurice Barres
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Auguste-Maurice Barrès (French: [baʁɛs]; 19... More > August 1862 – 4 December 1923) was a French novelist, journalist and politician. Spending some time in Italy, he became a figure in French literature with the release of his work The Cult of the Self in 1888. In politics, he was first elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1889 as a Boulangist and would play a prominent political role for the rest of his life.Barrès was associated in his literary works with Symbolism, a movement which had equivalence with British Aestheticism and Italian Decadentism, indeed he was a close associate of Gabriele d'Annunzio representing the latter. As the name of his trilogy suggests, his works glorified a humanistic love of the self and he also flirted with occult mysticisms in his youth. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maurice_Barr%C3%A8s< Less

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