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Vagabondages intimes By Isabelle Calkins
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Isabelle Calkins nous invite à l’accompagner dans ces vagabondages qui sont à la fois des réflexions sur le sens de la vie et des témoignages intimes de son... More > expérience personnelle. Son insatiable curiosité du monde qui l’entoure la pousse à observer aussi bien le genre humain que la nature en général. Elle cherche à atteindre le jardin intérieur idéal, tout en devinant que le bonheur se rencontre plus sûrement dans la route qui est supposée l’y mener. C’est ce cheminement personnel, jalonné de petits bonheurs et d’épreuves qu’elle veut nous faire partager. Elle nous tend un miroir dans lequel nous nous reconnaissons pour nous aider à mieux nous connaître. C’est d’ailleurs le sens de ces promenades sensibles : créer du lien en s’ouvrant aux autres. Ce qui nécessite autant de générosité de cœur que de lucidité d’âme.< Less
One Pulse: Cradle 2 Grave By Tetiana Aleksina & Tony Single
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Once upon a time, two self-proclaimed writers decided to have a poetry battle. What do you think remained when the smoke cleared? No, not innocent victims but a strange boy and girl, the Grim Reaper,... More > a handful of poems with survivor's guilt, and a book called One Pulse: Cradle 2 Grave, a bizarre rumination on life, love, and death. With pictures! It's brought to you by Tetiana Aleksina and Tony Single, the same perverted minds behind the popular poetry/prose site Unbolt Me.< Less
Damn the Press By Ben Heins
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Ben Heins is the author of two chapbooks of poetry: "Cut Me Free" (Crisis Chronicles Press, 2014) and "Greatest Hits & B-Sides" (Vagabondage Press, 2012). All of the poems... More > comprising these chapbooks are replicated here in one clean, professional book.< Less
Self-Disenfranchised By Raghbir Jin
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It’s not easy graduating from college with a diploma in a dying industry – especially when you’re graduating into the worst global recession since the dirty ‘30s. As his... More > streak of ill fortune drags onward, Capt. Raghbir Jin, Ph.D. (claims of captain and doctor status unproven and irrelevant) is left with nothing to gain at home – and nothing to lose abroad. No plans, little money and a burning desire for forward motion, Raghbir flees the Great White North on a cynic vagabondage: 32,710 km to indulge both his journalistic career and his insatiable wanderlust, right down to the Argentine tip of South America.< Less
Horatio Alger Series: Rufus and Rose By Horatio Alger
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Horatio Alger in his book Rufus and Rose desires to return his thanks for the generous reception accorded, both by the press and the public, to these stories of street life. Several of the characters... More > are drawn from life, and nearly all of the incidents are of actual occurrence. Indeed, the materials have been found so abundant that invention has played but a subordinate part. The author has led his hero, step by step, from vagabondage to a position of respectability; and, in so doing, has incurred the charge, in some quarters, of exaggeration. It can easily be shown, however, that he has fallen short of the truth, rather than exceeded it.< Less
Lazarillo De Tormes By DIEGO DE MENDOZA
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DIEGO DE MENDOZA Lazarillo de Tormes Don Diego Hurtado de Mendoza's career was hardly of a kind that would be ordinarily associated with a lively romance of vagabondage. A grandee of high birth, an... More > ambassador of the Emperor Charles V., an accomplished soldier and a learned historian--such was the creator of the hungry rogue Lazarillo, and the founder of the "picaresque" school of fiction, or the romance of roguery, which is not yet extinct. Don Diego de Mendoza, born early in 1503, was educated at the University of Salamanca, and spent most of the rest of his days in courts and camps. He died at Madrid in April 1575. Although written during Mendoza's college days, "Lazarillo de Tormes" did not appear until 1533, when it was published anonymously at Antwerp. During the following year it was reprinted at Bruges, but it fell under the ban of the Inquisition, and subsequent editions were considerably expurgated. Such was its popularity that it was continued by inferior authors after Mendoza's death.< Less
Si tu crois que c'est facile de voler les ailes couvertes de neige ! By Philippe Conter
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Vagabondages et délires poétiques tous azimuts par monts et par vaux !
The Vicar of Wakefield By OLIVER GOLDSMITH
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OLIVER GOLDSMITH The Vicar of Wakefield Oliver Goldsmith, the most versatile and perhaps the most unstable of eighteenth century men of letters, was born in Ireland on November 10, 1728. At Trinity... More > College, Dublin, he revealed three characteristics that clung to him throughout his career--high spirits, conversational brilliance, and inability to keep money in his pocket. After a spell of "philosophic vagabondage" on the Continent, he settled in London in 1756, earned money in various ways, and spent it all. "The Vicar of Wakefield," perhaps the greatest of all Goldsmith's works, was published on March 27, 1766, after Dr. Johnson had raised £60 for him on the manuscript of it. The liveliness and grace of Goldsmith's style were never more plainly manifested than in this delightful story; and its faults--it contains many coincidences and improbabilities--are far more than atoned for by the masterly portrait of the simple, manly, generous, and wholly lovable vicar who is the central figure of the story.< Less
Les Andes a dodo: la liberté au bout du doigt By Gérald Ligonnet
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Récit de voyage en auto-stop sur la Cordillère des Andes en Amérique du Sud. Une année de vagabondage entre la Patagonie et les hauts plateaux.
Voyage en Polysémie By Jc Chapi
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Il s'agit d'un voyage intemporel qui conduira le lecteur d'une rubrique à l'autre et lui fera côtoyer des personnages, irréels ou réels, d'une cité fictive. Il sera... More > traité de différents sujets, n'ayant parfois aucun lien entre eux. Une sorte de vagabondage de page en page, une errance de l'esprit qu'il conviendra de prendre, selon son humeur, avec décontraction.< Less

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