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Opis - Pierwsze na świecie świadectwo ofiary zbrodni honorowej. Miała siedemnaście lat i zakochała się: zhańbiła rodzinę. Więc rodzina wydała na nią wyrok śmierci... Pokochała go pierwszą miłością. Myślała, że się z nią ożeni. Ale ukochany zniknął, a ona odkryła, że jest w ciąży. A w jej świecie to najcięższa zbrodnia... W zapomnianej przez Boga wiosce w Cisjordanii kobiety są warte mniej niż zwierzęta domowe. Tu mężczyzna jest panem życia i śmierci żony, córki, siostry. Brat może bezkarnie zabić siostrę, matka - córkę, kolejną bezużyteczną dziewczynkę, jaka się urodzi. Tu kobiecie odbiera się godność, a nawet życie zgodnie z odwiecznym obyczajem i uświęconą tradycją. A śmierć jest karą dla dziewczyny, która zhańbi rodzinę. Tak jak Souad. Wyrok wydaje jej ojciec. Szwagier dokonuje egzekucji. Oblewa Souad benzyną i podpala... SOUAD przeżyła - cudem, ale rodzina usiłowała zabić ją nawet w szpitalu. Na zawsze jednak pozostanie straszliwie okaleczona - na ciele i duszy. I wciąż musi się ukrywać; dopóki żyje, jej rodzinę okrywa hańba. Spalona żywcem, opublikowana pod pseudonimem szokująca opowieść o piekle, jakim było jej dzieciństwo i młodość, stała się międzynarodowym bestsellerem. Wydana w 37 w krajach książka przerywa tabu milczenia wobec istniejącej nadal w krajach muzułmańskich barbarzyńskiej tradycji. Nieludzkiego obyczaju, prawa mężczyzn, na mocy którego co najmniej pięć tysięcy kobiet pada co roku ofiarą zbrodni honorowej. Nazwa - Spalona Żywcem Wyd. Kieszonkowe Autor - Souad Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - Amber Kod ISBN - 9788324159406 Kod EAN - 9788324159406 Wydanie - 1 Rok wydania - 2016 Tłumacz - 31182,maria rostworowska; Format - 110 x 175 x 14 Ilość stron - 224 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2016-06-23
Oxford History of the Twentieth Century Oxford University Press
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Victoria still ruled over the British Empire, the imperial Manchu dynasty over China, and the Romanov Tsars over Russia. The cinema was in its infancy, with radio and television still to be developed. The earliest cars were on the road, but air travel was yet to come. Before antibiotics and effective vaccines against many common diseases, death rates were high. Over the course of the twentieth century, the human population of the world has tripled, space travel has left the realms of science fiction and become reality, two cataclysmic world wars and a host of other conflicts have been fought, the internal combustion engine has replaced the horse as the basic means of transport, computer technology has revolutionized communications. In this ambitious book, some of the most distinguished historians in the world survey the momentous events and the significant themes of recent and contemporary times, with a look forward to what the future might bring. They trace the continuities which have persisted over a hundred years and analyse the changes which have marked the century's progress.Early chapters take a global overview of the century as a whole, from a variety of perspectives -- demographic, scientific, economic, and cultural. Further chapters chart the century's course continent by continent and region by region, all written by acknowledged experts. Beautifully illustrated with both colour and black and white plates, and with a detailed chronology, suggestions for further reading, and a full index, The Oxford History of the Twentieth Century is a valuable repository of information, offering unparalleled insights into the century we live in.
Natasha's Dance Penguin
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New Blacks, New Whites, and the New Day VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
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Landmark legislation in the 1960 s diversified and §revitalized migration flows into the US by allowing §previously excluded Asian and African peoples. Much §has been made of the massive recent migrations from §Latin America and Asia, but the presence of smaller §Black African, Black Caribbean, and White European §immigrant groups in the contemporary US provides for §a unique natural experiment. By comparing the §achievements of the latter three groups and their US-§born children, we can assess the impact of US racial §dynamics on Black and White peoples not saddled with §the history and psychology of US racism. Are White §immigrants the beneficiaries of unearned White §privilege? Are Black immigrants subjected to §segregation and exclusion? Are such advantages and §disadvantages more or less pronounced as the US-born §children of these immigrants reach adulthood? In §short, to what extent is the US willing or able to §incorporate Black people into its social fabric in §the wake of the Civil Rights Movement? These and §other pressing questions are systematically §addressed in this book.
Rockabilly Cowboys (Ger) IMPORTS
1. Cry, Cry, Cry 2. Go Away Hound Dog 3. Watch Dog 4. Honky Tonk Hardwood Floor 5. Catty Town 6. Smoke Along The Track 7. Muleskinner Blues 8. Who Shot Sam 9. Salty Dog Blues 10. Ugly And Slouchy 11. Servant Of Love 12. Mister Blues 13. Flat Feet 14. Look What You Done To Me 15. Breaking Hearts 16. Move It On Over 17. Sweet Sweet Girl 18. White Bucks And Saddle Shoes 19. Everybody's Rockin' But Me 20. I Don't Want To Cry Over You 21. Rockin' In The Congo 22. Be Bop Baby 23. You're My Big Baby Now 24. Rocky Road Of Love 25. This Is It 101. Mean Mama Blues 102. Tally Ho 103. Baby Don't Go 104. Jambalaya 105. Rock It 106. Done Gone 107. You're Gonna Have To Bawl, That's All 108. I'm Coming Home 109. Where The Rio De Rosa Flows 110. Get Rhythm 111. I'm Movin On 112. Feel Sorry For Me 113. I'm Stuck 114. False Hearted Girl (With. Ella Mae Morse) 115. I Can't Find The Doorknob 116. Bop-a-hula 117. Teenage Boogie 118. Granddaddy's Rockin' 119. Sag, Drag And Fall 120. White Lightnin' 121. Oakie Boogie 122. Rompin' And Stompin' 123. Freight Train Boogie 124. Chili Dippin' Baby 125. Uh Uh Mm 201. All Over Again 202. How Come It 203. Tennessee Toddy 204. Kissin' Bug Boogie 205. Hot And Cold 206. Find A New Woman 207. I Ain't Never 208. Brown Eyed Girl 209. Honky Tonk Man 210. Ice Water 211. Hillbilly Rock 212. Rock And Roll Riot 213. Billy Boy 214. Till I Waltz Again With You 215. Rock To The Music 216. You're Humbuggin' Me 217. Pretty Mama 218. Crazy Little Guitar Man 219. Shake Baby Shake 220. Sixteen Tons Of Rock 'N' Roll 221. I'm A One Woman Man 222. Sittin' On Top 223. Mean Eyed Cat 224. Hot Dog 225. The Shot Gun Boogie 301. Cherokee Boogie 302. Hey Mister Porter 303. Time Will Tell 304. Long Tall Sally 305. Juke Box Boogie 306. Hula Rock 307. History 308. Pan American 309. If It's Lovin' That You Want 310. Needle In A Haystack 311. Is There No Love For Me, Love? 312. Crazy Mixed Up Blues 313. The Blues Walked Away 314. Box Car Blues 315. All Because Of You 316. Pretty Moon 317. Honky Tonk Mind 318. I Dreamed I Was Elvis 319. Hot Dog 320. I Feel Like A Million 321. Bumble Rumble 322. Rock And Roll World 323. Rock 'N' Roll Baby 324. Maybelline 325. Hey Boy 401. Blue Days, Black Nights 402. Rock Everybody 403. Track Down Baby 404. Heart Throb 405. Goin' Strong 406. Rocky Road Blues 407. Mobile, Alabama 408. Hey Baby 409. The Blues Keep Knocking 410. Wampus Cat 411. Hot Rod Shotgun Boogie No.2 412. I'll Pay You Back 413. Have You Heard The Gossip 414. Play The Music Louder 415. Cravin' 416. Only To Me And You 417. Linda Lou 418. Whoa Boy 419. Greenback Dollar 420. All She Wants To Do Is Rock 421. Rockin' And Knockin' 422. Where'd You Stay Last Night? 423. Cattin' Around 424. Teenage Sweetie 425. Move Over Rover 501. Shove Off Short Stuff 502. Liza Jane Bop 503. Hi-tone Poppa 504. Rockin' And Rollin' 505. Sweet Love On My Mind 506. Mean Woman Married Man Blues 507. Go Boy, Go 508. Come Back Big Bertha 509. I Cried Like A Baby 510. Mean, Mean Baby 511. No Help Wanted 512. Throw A Little Wood On The Fire 513. Honey Stop 514. When I Found You 515. You Better Not Go 516. Cash On The Barrelhead 517. My Little Baby 518. Smokey Mountain Boogie 519. Black Cat 520. Cool Down Mama 521. He's My Baby 522. Lost John 523. Jump Rope Boogie 524. Sebbin' Come Elebbin' 525. When It Rains, It Pours 601. A Six Pack To Go 602. My Gal Gertie 603. Mister Whizz 604. I Can't Dance 605. Everybody's Talkin' 606. Hey Mister Cottonpicker 607. Don't Push Me Too Far 608. Red Hen Hop 609. Move It On Over 610. My Baby Done Left Me 611. Jeopardy 612. Draggin' The River 613. Baby Buggie Boogie 614. Go Ahead On 615. Merle's Boogie Woogie 616. Juke Box Boogie 617. Too Hot To Handle 618. You've Got That Touch 619. Everybody Needs A Little Lovin' 620. Deep Elem Blues 621. Diggin' 'N' Datin' 622. Lover Boy 623. Last Night At A Party 624. Blackberry Boogie 625. You Make It, They Take It 701. Chew Tobacco Rag 702. Rebound 703. Alone With You 704. Ernie 705. You're There 706. Loretta 707. Rockin' Baby 708. Louisiana Boogie 709. Make Up Your Mind Baby 710. Dirty Dog 711. Raw Deal 712. End Of The Road 713. Rockin' In Baghdad 714. Gonna Romp And Stomp 715. Ten Cats Down 716. I Walk The Line 717. Boppin' Wigwam Willie 718. I Love My Baby 719. Chew Tobacco Rag No.2 720. Bop With Me Baby 721. Rock The Bop 722. Wondering If You Still Care 723. Crazy Arms 724. All Night Long 725. Ride Jessie Ride 801. Flat Top Box 802. Pink Cadillac 803. Red Bobby Sox 804. Hillbilly Rock 805. High Steppin' 806. Black Train 807. You Let The Moon Break Your Heart 808. Don't Mess Up My Hair 809. The Dirty Bird Song 810. Lamie Wore To A Frazzel 811. Clocking My Card 812. I'm Gonna Let You Go 813. Go Slow Fatso 814. Wild Man Rock 815. Big City 816. Grandpa's Twist 817. Childhood Boogie 818. Wiggie Walkin' Boogie 819. Ooh-eee (What You Do To Me) 820. It Was You 821. Come To The Party 822. Gonna Be Better Times 823. Tiger Lily 824. Gonna Take My Guitar 825. Lies, Lies, Lies 901. Big Foot Annie 902. Lamie Sunset Blues 903. I'm Lost Without Your Love 904. Buzz, Buzz, Buzz 905. High Stepping Daddy 906. Juke Box Pearl 907. Hey Baby 908. Music To My Ears 909. Night Club Rock And Roll 910. Juke Box Boogie 911. Long John's Flagpole Rock 912. I Ain't Gonna Rock Tonight 913. Shaken And A Shuttern 914. I'm Gonna Rock Some Too 915. Waitin' For My Baby (Rock, Rock) 916. Tom Cat Boogie 917. All Alone At Night 918. Juke Box Cannonball 919. Solid Rock 920. She Loves Me Better 921. Have You Seen Mabel 922. Blues Around My Door 923. Crazy Blues 924. She's Gone 925. Gee Whiz, Miss Liz
Voice of Reason Tuttle Publishing
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The book that you are considering buying is nothing short of a VIP Pass to Enlightenment, written by the UFC's most infamous and feared destroyer of men--Chael P. Sonnen. Backwoodsmen and unlearned folk call him the Walking Thesaurus. His contemporaries have bestowed upon him the title Sir Sonnen. And those dwelling in the forgotten, forlorn jungles south of the equator reverently refer to him as "filho da puta, " a term Sonnen personally deciphered using his mastery of linguistics. It means, simply, "the Great and Humble Bearer of Knowledge." In the coming pages, Sonnen's commentary and tales of heroic adventure will initiate you into the world of superhuman greatness. Allow him to carry you like a frail damsel through the world of professional mixed martial arts as he cuts weight, deals with moronic cornermen, expresses his disdain for focus mitts and punching in general, gets his face rearranged, and finds support and encouragement from fans. Permit him to cleanse your mind's palate and teach you the truth about history, politics, endangered species, cinema, terrorists, music, particle accelerators, and his plans for creating a "Chaelocracy, " which translates as "a Better Earth." Shower him with praise as he takes you into his manly mitts like a lump of clay and reshapes you in his own likeness. Like all men of myth and legend, Sonnen strives for the betterment of the human race. Prometheus brought us fire; Dana White brought us the modern-day gladiator; and Chael P. Sonnen now brings us the step-by-step guide to being a great human being and patriot. Purchase this book; learn how the world really works from the perspective of a man who has been face-to-face with presidents, wardens, dignitaries, judges, kings and queens, and athletic commissions; and find out if you have what it takes to awaken from your progressive nightmare. There is no better day to stop being you and start trying to be Chael P. Sonnen. The time has come for "The Voice of Reason." Chael Sonnen is the best trash-talker in all of sports.--Jim RomeHost of The Jim Rome Show I've never seen anything like it. He's the best thing since Muhammad Ali--Dana WhiteUFC President
Beatles BowTie Press
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A celebration America's ongoing love affair with the Beatles, four longhaired, oddly dressed chaps who appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show on Sunday evening, February 9, 1964 with half of America watching from their living rooms. Editor Ben Nussbaum traces the beginnings of this first internationally famous boy band, revealing how all four stars aligned to create the sonic sensation that changed the course of music history. Within just two months of the Fab Four's debut on Mr. Sullivan's variety hour, the band had secured all five top spots on BillBoard's Hot 100, and before year's end would sell an astonishing ten million records. Filled with dozens of color and black and white photographs, The Beatles details the rise and fall of the band, the stories behind the men, their relationships, the creation of the songs, the tours, the albums, and the unstoppable spread of Beatlemania around the globe. That the Beatles' legacy continues to fascinate music lovers and pop culture gurus fifty years since their meteoric climb is rendered even more remarkable when one considers that the Beatles would disband just six short years after they sang their first "yeah yeah yeah" on American television. In The Beatles, Nussbaum maps out the band's rise to fame in 1964 ("The Toppermost of the Poppermost" and "The Beginning") as well as three summers of grueling tours --sixty-six tours from 1964 to 1966 ("Twist & Shout"). The song-writing partnership between John Lennon and Paul McCartney, considered by many to be the most successful in history, is examined in "Come Together," revealing how the pair worked together and how their styles were vastly different yet complemented each other's, for a time. The chapter "We Can't Work It Out" discusses the inevitable demise of the Fab Four and how the men grew apart musically and personally due to the high pressures of becoming instant celebrities. In "Breaching the Iron Curtain," the Soviet Union's banning and bashing of the band only increased the youth of the U.S.S.R. to crave the Beatles more fervently and led to their further resentment of their government. Some two decades later, only upon the election of Beatles fan Mikhail Gorbachev did the first Beatles album get released in the U.S.S.R. Underscoring what Nussbaum refers to as "the grandeur of the catalog," Beatles experts Tim Riley and Patrick Foster choose their Top Twenty Beatles tunes, remarkably with only five songs in common. A special section will be welcome by all record collectors, the complete list of the twenty Beatles albums released in North America, including dates and song titles, from Introducing the Beatles, January 1964 to Let it Be, May 1970. The Beatles also takes a brief look at the long solo careers of the four artists after the dissolution of the band, including their musical highlights and lowlights. Other topics discussed in this vividly illustrated volume are the five top contenders for the "Fifth Beatle"( plus ten runners-up, including Little Richard and Yoko Ono), the story of Capitol Records exec, Dave Dexter, who nearly stalled the Beatles' entrance into America, and a section devoted to the band's children ("Here Come the Sons"), discussing the music careers of Julian Lennon, Sean Lennon, Zak Starkey, James McCartney, and Dhani Harrison.
Footsteps in the Dark University of Minnesota Press
Most pop songs are short-lived. They appear suddenly and, if they catch on, seem to be everywhere at once before disappearing again into obscurity. Yet some songs resonate more deeply--often in ways that reflect broader historical and cultural changes. In Footsteps in the Dark," George Lipsitz illuminates these secret meanings, offering imaginative interpretations of a wide range of popular music genres from jazz to salsa to rock. Sweeping changes that only remotely register in official narratives, Lipsitz argues, can appear in vivid relief within popular music, especially when these changes occur outside mainstream white culture. Using a wealth of revealing examples, he discusses such topics as the emergence of an African American techno music subculture in Detroit as a contradictory case of digital capitalism and the prominence of banda, merengue, and salsa music in the 1990s as an expression of changing Mexican, Dominican, and Puerto Rican nationalisms. Approaching race and popular music from another direction, he analyzes the Ken Burns PBS series Jazz "as a largely uncritical celebration of American nationalism that obscures the civil rights era's challenge to racial inequality, and he takes on the infamous campaigns to censor hip-hop and the radical black voice in the early 1990s. Teeming with astute observations and brilliant insights about race and racism, deindustrialization, and urban renewal and their connections to music, Footsteps in the Dark" puts forth an alternate history of post-cold war America and shows why in an era given to easy answers and cliched versions of history, pop songs matter more than ever. George Lipsitz is professor of blackstudies and sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Among his many books are Life in the Struggle," Dangerous Crossroads," and American Studies in a Moment of Danger" (Minnesota, 2001).
Cuba Reader COMBINED ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS
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Cuba is often perceived in starkly black and white terms--either as the site of one of Latin America's most successful revolutions or as the repressive regime that is the world's last bastion of communism. The Cuba Reader multiplies perspectives on the nation many times over, presenting more than one hundred selections about Cuba's history, culture, and politics. Beginning with the first written account of the island, penned by Christopher Columbus in 1492, the selections assembled here track Cuban history from the colonial period through the ascendancy of Fidel Castro to the present. The Cuba Reader combines songs, paintings, photographs, poems, short stories, speeches, cartoons, government reports and proclamations, and pieces by historians, journalists, and others. Most of these are by Cubans both on and off the island and many appear for the first time in English. The writings and speeches of Jose Marti, Fernando Ortiz, Fidel Castro, Alejo Carpentier, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Che Guevera, and Reinaldo Arenas appear alongside the testimonies of slaves, prostitutes, doctors, travelers, and activists. Some selections examine health, education, Catholicism, and santeria; others celebrate Cuba's vibrant dance, music, film, and literary cultures. The pieces are grouped into chronological sections. Each section and individual selection is preceded by a brief introduction by the editors. The volume presents a number of pieces about twentieth-century Cuba, including the events leading up to and following Castro's January 1959 announcement of revolution. It provides a look at Cuba in relation to the rest of the world: the effect of its revolution on Latin America and the Caribbean, its alliance with the Soviet Union from the 1960s until the collapse of the Soviet bloc in 1989, and its tumultuous relationship with the United States. The Cuba Reader also describes life in the periodo especially following the cutoff of Soviet aid and the tightening of the U.S. embargo. For students, travelers, and all those who want to know more about the island nation just ninety miles south of Miami, The Cuba Reader is an invaluable introduction.
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Art Now! vol.4 ISBN: 9783836528160 Autor: Holzwarth Hans Werner Rok wydania: 25-06-2013 Ilość stron: 576 Oprawa: twarda Format: 249 x 196 mm The ongoing catalog of contemporary art, now in its fourth volume Think of this tome as a global go-round of the world
Door in the Floor AuthorHouse
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Lizzie Blue befriends Effie Mae at a time in our history when white and black girls were not allowed to be friends. Their time together is short, but their feelings for each other run deep. Lizzie grows up a lot on her tenth birthday as she begins to learn about prejudice and discrimination.
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