Shote lives in Switzerland and has everything her relatives in Kosovo could ever want: freedom, opportunities and ambitions.
Author: Shqipe Sylejmani
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Shote lives in Switzerland and has everything her relatives in Kosovo could ever want: freedom, opportunities and ambitions. Ever since childhood, however, she has felt that something is missing. When her grandmother dies and leaves her a notebook listing destinations in Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro and northern Macedonia, the young woman decides to travel alone to these countries to seek clarity about her path in life. On her journey, she not only discovers old anecdotes, tales and myths, but also finds new friends, love and herself.
Our novel under examination here, Dva svijeta (A Tale of Two Worlds), belongs to his final creative period, in which Novak worked themes related to modern (if unsatisfying or corrupt) middle-class and proletarian life.
Author: Vjenceslav Novak
Publisher: Central European University Press
In this novel, written by the esteemed novelist in 1901, a provincial composer and organist from Croatia struggles to find his way along the perilous frontier between the worlds of artistic vocation and humdrum family life. The local kapellmeister—-a Czech, in good Habsburg tradition, and a confidant of Gaj and Palacky, influential politicians of the time—-recognizes young Amadej Zlatanic as a prodigy and persuades the stingy mayor and stubborn parish priest to pack the teenager off to the conservatory in Prague. After several years of sordid student purgatory, Amadej returns to Croatia—-ready for love and ready to make great art.The world of Central Europe in the 1860s flows past, and Amadej tries to keep abreast of political change. At the same time he ducks and dodges predatory relatives and townspeople in his native district, to which he has returned for the sake of employment. Despite his marriage to the impressionable and vulnerable local beauty, Adelka, and his devotion to their daughter Veruska, Amadej is sorely troubled by the political corruption and isolation of Croatia. His wife takes ill and his family is poor. Yet ultimately it is the vulgar, populist notion of Croatian "identity"—-symbolized by the worship of the tamburica, a local musical instrument—-that crushes Amadej's career. As it does so, he contemplates the two worlds of national greatness, amidst the Croatian national awakening, and international fame. Finally, frustrated beyond relief by unsuccessful affairs both amorous and professional, and tortured by the philistinism surrounding him, Amadej leaves the world of sanity for a mind-blowing descent into the maniacal and inescapable world of hallucination, paganism, and paranoia.
This is what the concept of multiverses is all about— many universes within the same region of space, without any interaction of the forces between the different universes each one representing a time span, from creation to, ...
Author: Satyajai Mayor
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
Rays growing years are marred by strange voices in his mind. He joins the Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) program and receives a powerful signal, which he finds is related to his childhood experiences. He is determined to follow this through, but his grant is withdrawn. His mother introduces him to a meditation master, who initiates him into the practice. This leads him on a parallel track to trace the antecedents of the signal, taking him to his mothers village in the southern state of India, Kerala. The mystery unfolds in his journey to find the answers.
... Lutwige Ogson's Tales of Wonerlan. I am also grateful for advice from Sagal Farah, Yurub Farah, Mohamed Warsame Boss, Sue Hunt, Nadifa Mohamed and Louisa Young. ISBN-13: 9780369702265 D (A Tale of Two Worlds) First published.
Author: Michel Faber
“Glorious. A story that will be found and enjoyed and dreamed about for years to come.”—Neil Gaiman A stunning modern-day Dickensian fable and a celebration of friendship and bravery for freethinkers everywhere. It all starts on the morning the letter D disappears from language. First, it vanishes from Dhikilo’s parents’ conversation at breakfast, then from the road signs outside and from her school dinners. Soon the local dentist and the neighbor’s dalmatian are missing, and even the Donkey Derby has been called off. Though she doesn’t know why, Dhikilo is summoned to the home of her old history teacher Professor Dodderfield and his faithful Labrador, Nelly Robinson. And this is where our story begins. Set between England and the wintry land of Liminus, a world enslaved by the monstrous Gamp and populated by fearsome, enchanting creatures, D (A Tale of Two Worlds) is told with simple beauty and warmth. Its celebration of moral courage and freethinking is a powerful reminder of our human capacity for strength, hope and justice.
You cannot walk between two worlds.” He returned to his hammer, concluding, “You're either a criminal or a traitor.” Confidently, I peered over my shoulder, brandishing the key to my miracles. “You just sit there and look pretty.
Author: Kevin Kalu
Publisher: Kevin Kalu
Category: Young Adult Fiction
A Tale of Two Worlds witnesses rising tensions between the humans and magicians.The General intensifies her crackdown on the magician populace. Magicians stir up support for a grand rebellion. Meanwhile, Ibrahim struggles to meander the disintegrating path between two worlds. He's haunted by his actions and strives to redeem his self. He must act fast though, as time is running out. Bianca recovers from her trauma, more calloused than ever and the Witch is due for a second appearance. Soon, he'll be trapped between two worlds hellbent on collapse and must make a decision: Humans or Magicians?
Though she doesn't know why, Dhikilo is summoned to the home of her old history teacher Professor Dodderfield and his faithful Labrador, Nelly Robinson. And this is where our story begins.
Author: Michel Faber
'Glorious. A story that will be found and enjoyed and dreamed about for years to come. I loved it' NEIL GAIMAN A CONTEMPORARY DICKENSIAN FABLE ABOUT MORAL COURAGE AND SELF-DETERMINATION, BY THE ACCLAIMED AUTHOR OF THE CRIMSON PETAL AND THE WHITE 12-year-old Dhikilo was born in a faraway country, though she's doing her best to feel at home with her new parents in the crumbly seaside town of Cawber-on-Sands. Until one day, the letter D disappears from the language, and Dhikilo is the only person who notices it's gone. You'd think the loss of one little letter wouldn't make much of a ifference to aily life. But it actually makes things very ifficult and, eventually, quite esperate. Determined to rescue the D, Dhikilo teams up with her old history teacher, Professor Dodderfield. In moments, she is in the wintery land of Liminus where she meets the Magwitches, the Quilps, the Spottletoes, and other strange tribes. Can she escape from the terrifying Bleak House? Can she stop the D from disappearing for ever? And can Dhikilo - a girl with no past and no country - discover who she is and where she really belongs?
Kati had listened to these stories but they had made no deep impression on her ; I think she took them for fairy - tales , and the names meant nothing to her . She had no literary leanings and Canada had dimmed even the memories of ...
Jack had been a member of a trade union delegation to the Soviet Union and described with enthusiasm the life of the people in a worker's state . Were the Soviet people truly taking charge of their destiny 50 My Tale of Two Worlds.
Author: Lement Harris
Publisher: International Pub
Category: Business & Economics
Lively, anecdotal memoir of a pioneer worker on Soviet farms in the 1920s, activist in U.S. farm struggles since the 1930s, partisan of U.S.-Soviet friendship and world peace.
Rabbi Dovid and Rebbetzin Basya Bender : the Bridge Between the Yeshivah-Bais Yaakov Worlds of Pre-War Europe and Post-War America Devora Gliksman. Devora Gliksman A Tale Two Worlds RABBI DOVID AND REBBETZIN BASYA BENDER the bridge ...
Chapter 11 ON COPYRIGHT AND PATENT PROTECTION FOR SOFTWARE AND DATABASES: A TALE OF TWO WORLDS Bronwyn H. Hall' University of California at Berkeley, Department of Economics, Berkeley, CA, USA; National Bureau of Economics Research ...
Author: Ove Granstrand
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Intellectual property has rapidly become one of the most important, as well as most controversial, subjects in recent years amongst productive thinkers of many kinds all over the world. Scientific work and technological progress now depend largely on questions of who owns what, as do the success and profits of countless authors, artists, inventors, researchers and industrialists. Economic, legal and ethical issues play a central role in the increasingly complex balance between unilateral gains and universal benefits from the "knowledge society". Economics, Law and Intellectual Property explores the field in both depth and breadth through the latest views of leading experts in Europe and the United States. It provides a fundamental understanding of the problems and potential solutions, not only in doing practical business with ideas and innovations, but also on the level of institutions that influence such business. Addressing a range of readers from individual scholars to company managers and policy makers, it gives a unique perspective on current developments.