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Différentes vies By Loïs Marchand
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Différentes vies est un recueil de dix nouvelles traitant dix histoires différentes :  - NoHope01 - Deux vieux fonctionnaires - Douglas, l'homme de fer - Maddy Mad - Sortie de... More > terre - Steven Cox, présentateur hors-pair - Le rêve constant de Lilo - Humanité - Star du jour au lendemain - Inspecteur Mayer< Less
L’EAU QUI SCINTILLE, LE TOURBILLON QUI DORT … By Azouaou Mohand
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Asqerdec n teɣzi n wawal Ɣur-I Ur yemΣin *** Ma ṣemmeḍ w uzzal… Ṣemmek nneɣ qqim *** Tett ban tidet d awal Nneɣ ahat sin *** M-ad lekteb effel, I... More > weddrar akin..! *** Ma d lekteb effel I wedrar akin..! *** Ziɣ wissen ma d-ifsusseɣ fell-awen!?< Less
Bankfurt By Serge Iourienen
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SERGE IOURIENEN. B A N K F U R T. A STORY ///// "Hey, where are you going?" the white disobeyed. "Oh, nowhere." He took another sip with salt. "I just got here."... More > "You're Russian, aren't you?" The question to end all questions. "Yes, I am." "Did you hear? He's Russian." "Russian or not, he makes me mad." The black turned away, a beer in his fist. "Leave him alone." They continued to drink in silence. The white nonetheless was watching with stifled curiosity. He winked at him: "Kill the Russian, huh?"< Less
Yermary By Adriana Zanese Inserra
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Inspired by Federico Garcia Lorca's masterpiece Yerma, this is a story with eros and death in it. Yermary is placed in America big Depression time, California, the early Thirties of the Twentieth... More > century. Mary, a naive dreamer, is married to John Crook, a winning boaster and swindler guy. He cannot or maybe would not want give her babies. Sterility stands between them like a wall of incommunicability which gradually becomes a solipsysm circle around them, haunting them with madness and destruction. In the background there is the hard economic crisis, the massive peasant and farmhand immigration from midwest to California eldorado, where large landowner banks exploit them ruthlessly and hired sheriffs hunt down riot stirrers like Vic, the italian anarchist whom Mary falls in love with. ... A theatrical drama readable like a novel.< Less
Dona perfecta By Benito Galdós
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The action occurs in 19th century Spain, when a young liberal named Don José (Pepe) Rey, arrives in a cathedral city named Orbajosa, with the intention of marrying his cousin Rosario. This was... More > a marriage of convenience arranged between Pepe's father Juan and Juan's sister, Perfecta. Upon getting to know each other, Pepe and Rosario declare their eternal love, but in steps Don Inocencio, the cathedral canon, who meddles and obstructs the marriage as well as the good intentions of Doña Perfecta and her brother Don Juan. Over the course of time, several events lead up to a confrontation between Pepe Rey and his aunt Perfecta, which is caused by her refusal to allow Pepe and Rosario to marry, because Pepe is a non-believer. The novel ends up with the death of Pepe Rey due to his aunt Perfecta. Rosario, Perfecta's daughter and Pepe's love turns mad and ends up in a madhouse.< Less
It's really rather normal By Tilly Gerritsma and Titus Rivas
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Hearing voices or seeing images is much more common than one might think. Nevertheless, mainstream psychiatry still approaches such 'hallucinations' as signs of a mental disorder. This book shows how... More > outdated this view really is. Experiential expert Tilly Gerritsma shares her experiences with hearing voices and related phenomena and describes how she has learned to deal with them, helped by her main, positive voice. She shows that hearing voices may offer a potential for psychological, emotional, and spiritual growth. Psychologist and philosopher Titus Rivas gives a concise overview of theories about hallucinations. He rejects one-sided bio-psychiatric theories and favors alternatives, such as social psychiatry. He stresses the reality and normality of psychic phenomena. People with paranormal experiences have not gone mad.< Less
It's really rather normal By Tilly Gerritsma and Titus Rivas
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Hearing voices or seeing images is much more common than one might think. Nevertheless, mainstream psychiatry still approaches such 'hallucinations' as signs of a mental disorder. This book shows how... More > outdated this view really is. Experiential expert Tilly Gerritsma shares her experiences with hearing voices and related phenomena and describes how she learned to deal with them, helped by her main, positive voice. She shows that hearing voices may offer a potential for psychological, emotional, and spiritual growth. Psychologist and philosopher Titus Rivas gives a concise overview of theories about hallucinations. He rejects one-sided bio-psychiatric theories and favors alternatives, such as social psychiatry. He stresses the reality and normality of psychic phenomena. People with paranormal experiences have not gone mad.< Less
FILO SPINATO, Una di Tre, TRE di Una By Ilaria Borjigid Bohm
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Queste poesie, a tratti traboccanti di follia, di rabbia, a tratti d’amore e di tutti i sentimenti che mi hanno disintegrata quando mia sorella è morta, mi hanno salvato la vita.... More > L’ordine è anacronologico nelle mie, e casuale in quelle delle mie sorelle, ovvero nell’ordine in cui le ho recuperate. These poems, at times overflowing with madness, anger, love, and all the feelings that disintegrated me when my sister died, saved my life. The order is anachronistic in mine, and random in those of my sisters, i.e. in the order in which I have retrieved them.< Less
Прогулки в прошлое By Elena Chernokhvostova-Levenson
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This autobiography traces life in Moscow from the 1930s through the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1992. Though the story of the author's family is at the book's core, the turbulent history of... More > the country in those years inevitably seeps into the most personal events. A happy childhood is set against the terror of the 1930s, when friends and relatives, including a grandfather, mysteriously disappear. The school years, during World War II, are spent in part in a besieged Moscow. Studies at the medical institute take place during the final mad years of Stalin's regime, culminating in the infamous "Doctor's Plot" and the escalation of anti-Semitism. This account of a happy marriage, family life, and fulfilling career--all in a country isolated from the world by the iron curtain--takes the reader through the perestroika and, finally, to the family's immigration to America.< Less
Прогулки в прошлое By Elena Chernokhvostova-Levenson
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This autobiography traces life in Moscow from the 1930s through the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1992. Though the story of the author's family is at the book's core, the turbulent history of... More > the country in those years inevitably seeps into the most personal events. A happy childhood is set against the terror of the 1930s, when friends and relatives, including a grandfather, mysteriously disappear. The school years, during World War II, are spent in part in a besieged Moscow. Studies at the medical institute take place during the final mad years of Stalin's regime, culminating in the infamous "Doctor's Plot" and the escalation of anti-Semitism. This account of a happy marriage, family life, and fulfilling career--all in a country isolated from the world by the iron curtain--takes the reader through the perestroika and, finally, to the family's immigration to America.< Less

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