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- The 20s Girl, the ghost, and all that jazz;
- La via della pace. Come ottenere saggezza e serenità (Self-Help e Scienza della Mente) (Italian Edition).
- The Priests and the Knights Secrets.
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Pre-owned Pre-owned. Next to his extensive literary works, he has published essays and reports on global political and cultural issues. His book "Der Weltensammler" is a bestseller.
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This book is not for the faint-hearted. In just under pages, Ilija Trojanow asks the most painful, important questions. For a lot of us, social inequity is just a given these days. His appeal for more empathy is justified in detail and provides wellresearched examples of frightening developments. With its accessible style and committed, polemical tone, this essay will appeal to a wide readership interested in social injustice and the current political landscape. Being merciful — what role does this term play in our society today?
Or does it no longer play a role at all?
He pointedly beds this responsibility in parable-like stories, questions and striking subjects. The whole world is buzzing and tweeting, in one way or the other, and this is what this book is about.
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Franz Schuh, a masterful essayist, looks deeper into the existence of boozers and their veering between the utopia of autonomy and the reality of dependency, proofing that suffering and depravation have a great say in who or what humans are. And if Twitter really played a crucial role in the Arab Spring uprisings, there must be more to it than empty tweeting, right? Theweleit describes the laughter of killers using a selection of case studies, including German soldiers in British prisoner of war camps during WWII, who are said to have told each other about the atrocities they had committed with considerable mirth.
The laughter masks another aspect of killing for pleasure however; the cold rationality with which murderers speak when they justify their acts in public.