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Consolations of Philosophy - 2212839584

45,80 zł

Consolations of Philosophy Penguin

Nauki humanistyczne

Alain de Botton, best-selling author of How Proust can Change Your Life, has set six of the finest minds in the history of philosophy to work on the problems of everyday life. Here then are Socrates, Epicurus, Seneca, Montaigne, Schopenhauer and Nietzsche on some of the things that bother us all; lack of money, the pain of love, inadequacy, anxiety, the fear of failure and the pressure to conform.

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Legendy śląskie - Sylwia Chmiel - 2836982240

16,79 zł

Legendy śląskie - Sylwia Chmiel

Książki & Multimedia > Książki

Opis - Książka ta powstała z myślą o spopularyzowaniu wśród dzieci legend, gawęd i podań powtarzanych na terenie Górnego Śląska od wieków. Opowieści te odzwierciedlają ludową mądrość Ślązaków, uczą morałem, pokazują ważne w życiu wartości. Współczesne opracowane literackie i piękne ilustracje sprawiają, że Legendy śląskie zainteresują każde dziecko. Nazwa - Legendy śląskie Autor - Sylwia Chmiel Oprawa - Twarda Wydawca - Damidos Kod ISBN - 9788378554479 Kod EAN - 9788378554479 Wydanie - 1 Rok wydania - 2014 Język - polski Seria wydawnicza - Damidos bajki Format - 23.5x30.0cm Ilość stron - 64 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2014-04-29

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Shadow of the Sun - 2212824581

40,80 zł

Shadow of the Sun Penguin

Literatura faktu

'Only with the greatest of simplifications, for the sake of convenience, can we say Africa. In reality, except as a geographical term, Africa doesn't exist'. Ryszard Kapuscinski has been writing about the people of Africa throughout his career. In a study that avoids the official routes, palaces and big politics, he sets out to create an account of post-colonial Africa seen at once as a whole and as a location that wholly defies generalised explanations. It is both a sustained meditation on the mosaic of peoples and practises we call 'Africa', and an impassioned attempt to come to terms with humanity itself as it struggles to escape from foreign domination, from the intoxications of freedom, from war and from politics as theft. The Beginning: Collision, Ghana 1958 More than anything, one is struck by the light. Light everywhere. Brightness everywhere. Everywhere, the sun. Just yesterday, an autumnal London was drenched in rain. The airplane drenched in rain. A cold, wind, darkness. But here, from the morning

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Politician in Sight of Haven - 2834686091

40,64 zł

Politician in Sight of Haven Forgotten Books

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Excerpt from A Politician in Sight of Haven: Being a Protest Against the Government of Man by Man In a small but cheerful lodging overlooking the Thames, Angus found Markham. After a few words he began to pour out his old troubles. Was it possible to act honestly with party? Did it not lead to a constant sacrifice of convictions, or, indeed, learning to live without them? And then was party itself, morally speaking, better off; would not convictions, if simply and straightforwardly followed, place the party that so acted at a fatal disadvantage in its struggles with its rival? Were not politics an art in which a clever manipulation of the electors, and a nice opportunism in selecting measures that satisfied one portion of the people without too much offending another portion, possessed the first importance, while the high motives and great causes to which all politicians loved to appeal were as bits of broken mosaic that the Jew dealer throws in as a make-weight to complete the bargain? "What course is open to a man," he asked, "who wishes, above all, to be honest and to speak the truth; who wishes neither himself to be corrupted nor to corrupt the people; who has no desire to preserve any privileges for the richer classes, but yet will not go one step beyond what he believes to be just in gaining the favor of the masses? The common theory of modern government seems to be that we have given power to the people, and therefore, whatever may be our own opinions, we must acquiesce in their wishes. We may dexterously pare a little off here and there, at this or that point, but having placed power in their bands, we must accept and act upon their views. Should it happen that we can add a little semi-spontaneous enthusiasm on our own account, why, so much the better. Now, with this theory I cannot come to terms. I stick at the old difficulty. Shall a man look first and foremost to his own sense of what is right, or shall he follow his party?" "Does not the question answer itself when stated in words?" replied Markham. "If the world is to make any real improvement, does it not depend more upon the individual resolution to see what is true, and to do it, than upon any possible combination into which men may enter? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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The Complete Odes & Welcome Songs - 2839203453

279,99 zł

The Complete Odes & Welcome Songs Hyperion

Muzyka>Klasyczna

1. Bonner, Tessa - Birthday Ode For Queen Mary Z 320 2. Symphony 3. Arise, My Muse, & To Thy Tuneful Lyre 4. Ye Sons Of Music Raise Your Voices High 5. Then Soun Your Instruments & Charm The Earth 6. See How The Glitt'ring Ruler Of The Day 7. Hail, Gracious Gloriana, Hail 8. And Since The Time's Distres To Wars'alarms 9. To Quell His Country's Foes 10. But Ah, I See Eusebia Drown'd In Tears 11. But Glory Cries 'Go On 12. Bonner, Tessa - Ode For St. Cecilia's Day Z 339 (W 13. Symphony 14. Welcome To All The Pleasures That Delight 15. Here The Deities Approve 16. While Joys Celestial Their Bright Souls Invade 17. The Lift Up Your Voices, Those Organs Of Nature 18. Beatuy, Thou Scene Of Love 19. In A Consort Of Voices While Instruments Play 20. Bonner, Tessa - Birthday Ode For Queen Mary Z 332 21. Symphony 22. Now Does The Glorious Day Appear 23. Not Any One Such Joy Could Bring 24. This Does Our Fertile Isle With Glory Crown 25. Now Does The Glorious Day Appear 26. It Was A Work Of Full As Great A Weight 27. By Beateous Softness Mixed With Meajesty 28. Her Hero Too, Whose Conduct & Whose Arms 29. Our Dear Religion, With Ouf Law's Defence 30. No More Shall We The Great Eliza Boast 31. Now, Now, With One United Voice 101. Bonner, Tessa - Ode For St. Cecilia's Day Z 328 (H 102. Symphony 103. Hail! Bright Cecilia 104. Hark, Each Tree 105. Tis Nature's Voice 106. Soul Of The World 107. Thou Tun'st This World 108. With That Sublime Celestial Lay 109. Wond'rous Machine 110. The Airy Violin 111. In Vain The Am'rous Flute 112. The Fife & All The Harmony Of War 113. Let These Among All The Harmony Of War 114. Hail! Bright Cecilia 115. Bonner, Tessa - Birthday Ode For The Duke Of Glouc 116. Overture 117. Who Can From Joy Refrain 118. A Prince Of Glorious Race 119. The Father Brave 120. The Graces In His Mother Shine 121. Sound The Trumpet 122. Chacone - If Now He Burns With Noble Flame - The T 201. Bonner, Tessa - Welcome Song For Charles Ii. Z 324 202. Symphony 203. Fly, Bold Rebellion, Make Haste & Be Gone 204. Rivers From Their Channels Turned 205. If Then We've Found The Want Of His Rays 206. But Heaven Has Now Dispelled Those Fears 207. Come Then, Change Your Notes 208. Be Welcome Then, Great Sir 209. Welcome To All Those Wishes Fulfilled 210. Bonner, Tessa - Welcome Song For James Ii. Z 335 ( 211. Symphony 212. Sound The Trumpet, Beat The Drum 213. Crown The Year & Crown The Day 214. Let Caesar & Urania Live 215. What Greater Bliss Can Fate Bestow 216. Chaconne 217. While Caesar Like The Morning Star 218. To Urania & Caesar Delights Without Measure 219. Bonner, Tessa - Birthday Ode For Queen Mary Z 321 220. Symphony 221. Celebrate This Festival 222. Britain Now Thy Ares Beguile 223. Tis Sacred, Bid The Trumpet Cease 224. Let Sullen Discord Smile 225. Crown The Altar, Deck The Shrine 226. Expectet Spring At Last Is Come 227. April, Who Till Now Has Mourned 228. Departing Thus You'll Hear Him Say 229. Happy Realm Beyound Expressing 230. While, For A Righteous Cause He Arms 231. Return, Fond Muse, The Thoughts Of War 232. Kindly Treat Maria's Day 301. Bonner, Tessa - Welcome Song For James Ii. Z 344 ( 302. Symphony 303. Ye Tuenfuls Muses, Raise Your Heads 304. Be Lively Then & Gay 305. In His Just Praise Your Noblest Songs Let Fall 306. From The Rattling Of Drums 307. To Music's Softer But Yet Kind 308. With Him He Brings The Partner Of His Throne 309. Happy In A Mutual Love 310. Whilst In Music & Verse Our Duty We Show 311. Bonner, Tessa - Ode For A Performance At Mr. Maidw 312. Symphony 313. Celestical Music Did The Gods Inspire 314. Her Charming Strains Expel Tormenting Care 315. Thus Virgil's Genius Lov'd The Country Best 316. Whilst Music Did Improve Amphion's Song 317. When Orpheus Sang All Nature Did Rejoice 318. Let Phyllis By Her Voice But Charm The Air 319. Bonner, Tessa - Ode For The Wedding Of Prince Geor 320. Symphony 321. From Hardy Climes & Dangerous Toils Of War 322. As Fame, Great Sir, Before You Ran 323. Wake Then, My Muse, Wakte Instruments & Voice 324. The Sparrow & The Gentle Dove 325. So All The Boons Indulgent Heav'n Desin'd 326. Hence Without Sheme Or Figure To Descry 401. Fisher, Gillian - Birthday Ode For Queen Mary Z 33 402. Symphony 403. Welcome, Welcome, Glorious Morn 404. At Thy Return The Joyful Earth 405. Welcome As When Three Hayyp Kindgoms Strove 406. The Mighty Goddess Of This Walthy Isle 407. Full Of Wonder & Delight 408. And Lo! A Sacred Fury Swell'd Her Breast 409. My Prey'rs Are Heard 410. He To The Filed By Honour Call'd Shall Go 411. Wihilst Undisturg'd This Happy Consort Reigns 412. Sound, All Ye Spheres 413. Fisher, Gillian - Great Parent, Hail To Thee Z 327 414. Symphony 415. Great Parent, Hail! 416. Another Century Commening 417. After War's, Alarms Repeated 418. Awful Matron Take Thy Seat 419. She Was The First Who Did Inspire 420. Succeeding Princes Next Recite 421. But Chiefly Recommend To Fame 422. Thy Royal Patron Sung: Repair 423. With Themes Like These, Ye Sons Of Art 424. Fisher, Gillian - Welcome Song For King Charles II 425. Symphony 426. The Summer's Absence Unconcerned We Beat 427. And Whn Late From Your Throne Heaven's Call You At 428. Ah! Had We, Sir, The Power Of Art 429. Happy While All Her Neighbours Bled 430. So Happily Still You Your Counsels Employ 431. These Had By Thier Ill Usage Drove 432. But These No More Shall Dare Repine 501. Fisher, Gillian - Birthday Ode For Queen Mary Z 33 502. Symphony 503. Love's Goddess Sure Was Blind This Day 504. Those Eyes, That Form, That Lofty Mien 505. Sweetness Of Nature 506. Long May She Reign Over This Isle 507. May Her Blest Example Chase 508. Many Such Days May She Behold 509. May She To Heaven Late Return 510. Fisher, Gillian - Ode For St. Cecilia's Day Z 334 511. Symphony 512. Raise, Raise The Voice 513. The God Himself Says He'll Be Present Here 514. Mark How Readily Each Pliant String 515. Fisher, Gillian - Ode For St. Cecilia's Day Z 329 516. Symphony - Laudate Celiam, In Voce Et Organo 517. Modulemini Psalmum Novum 518. Symphony 519. Dicite Virgini, Canite Martyri 520. Fisher, Gillian - Welcome Song For Charles Ii. Z 3 521. Symphony 522. From Those Serene & Rapturous Joys 523. Behold Th'indulgent Prince Is Come 524. Not With An Helmet Or A Glitt'ring Spear 525. Welcome As Soft Refreshing Show'rs 526. Welcome, More Welcome Does He Come 527. Nor Does The Sun More Comfort Bring 528. With Trumpets & Shouts We Receive The Word'd Won 601. Fisher, Gillian - The Yorkshire Feast Song Z 333 ( 602. Symphony 603. Of Old, When Heroes Thought Ist Base 604. The Bashful Thames, For Beaty So Renown'd 605. The Pale & The Purple Rose 606. And In Each Track Of Glory Since 607. Symphony 608. And Now When The Renown'd Nassau 609. Thy Did No Storms 610. So When The Glitt'ring Queen Of Night 611. Let Music Join 612. Sound Trumpets, Sound! 613. Sound All To Him 614. Fisher, Gillian - Welcome Song For Charles Ii. Z 3 615. Symphony - Swifter, Isis, Swifter Flow 616. Land Him Safely On Her Shore 617. Hark, Hark! Just Now My Listening Ears 618. Welcome Dread Sir, To Town 619. But With So Great Devotion Meet 620. The King Whose Presence Like The Spring 621. Then Since, Sir, From You All Our Blessings Do Flo 622. Fisher, Gillian - Welcome Song For The Duke Of Yor 623. Symphony 624. What Shall Be Done In Behalf Of The Man 625. All The Grandeur He Possesses 626. Mighty Charles, Though Joined With Thee 627. May All Factious Troubles Cease 701. Bonner, Tessa - Birthday Ode For Queen Mary Z 323 702. Symphony 703. Come Ye Sons Of Art 704. Sound The Trumpet, 'Til Around 705. Strike The Viol, Touch The Lute 706. The Day That Such A Blessing Gave 707. Bid The Virtues, Bid The Graces 708. These Are The Sacred Charms That Shield 709. See Nature, Rejoicing, Has Shown Us The Way 710. Bonner, Tessa - Welcome Song For Charles Ii. Z 340 711. Symphony - Welcome, Viceregent Of The Mighty King 712. Ah! Mighty Sir, If You To Such Long Absence Are In 713. But Your Blest Presence Now 714. Your Influous Approach Our Pensive Hope Recalls 715. When The Summer, In His Glory 716. All Loyalty & Honour Be 717. Music The Food Of Love 718. Bonner, Tessa - Welcome Song For King James Z 343 719. Why, Why Are All The Muses Mute 720. When Should Each Soul Exalted Be 721. Britain, Thou Now Art Great 722. Look Up, & To Our Isle Returning See 723. Accurs'd Rebellion Reared His Head 724. Caesar For Milder Virtues Honour'd More 725. The Many-headed Beast Is Quelled At Home 726. In The Equal Balance Laid 727. O How Blest Is The Isle To Which Caesar Is Given

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Troll Poems from My Soul - 2826766103

60,88 zł

Troll Poems from My Soul Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

I love to do things with words, and poetry is what comes from such playing with words. Most of my poems are just my mind, playing with my heart's thoughts. Some of my poems come from life experience and others from nature or things that happen in life. In putting this book together, I found many of my poems are liked, for they are written in words that everyone can read and understand. I dream one day to hear someone say, "I read that poem and loved it." Nothing would make me more proud than to know my poems touched someone's heart in a good way. To write poems and not know if people will ever read them is a sad thought. Love is the power that moves the world. No matter if it is heartbreak or true passion, love has the power to be the strongest influence in our lives. Not all my poems are love poems. There are also poems of remembrance for the men who have laid down their lives for freedom or in the line of duty. So please read my words and enjoy them for what they mean and say to you. I would love to be thought of as a man who had love in his soul, and touched another's heart in some way. Daniel Clark is from Canada. He makes his living as a truck driver, but in his heart, there is love of poetry. He wrote these poems from life experience and nature. This is his first book. Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/DanielClark

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