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Mademoiselle De Maupin

La «Préface», oeuvre à part entière, fait date dans l'histoire littéraire. Sur un ton enlevé, perfide et caustique, l'auteur attaque les bien-pensants, représentants de la tartufferie et de la censure, et ceux qui voudraient voir un côté «utile» dans une oeuvre littéraire, alors que l'art, par définition non assujetti à la morale ou à l'utilité, échappe à la notion de progrès pour ne s'allier qu'à celle du plaisir.

Le roman lui-même, en grande partie épistolaire, nous parle avant tout de l'Amour, du Sexe, de la Femme, de l'Homme, éternels sujets…

Автор: Gautier éophile
Madensky Square

Eva Ibbotson’s magical novel; set in that most poignant of all times and places, Vienna before the First World War. Susanna’s dress shop stands in the delightful Madensky Square and is the very hub and heart of life. Susanna sympathizes with her neighbours, watches over Signi, the wretched, orphaned child prodigy, and with her infallible eye for dress, turns an ugly duckling into a beautiful swan. Of all the colourful characters in Madensky Square, only her dear friend Alice has the slightest inkling that Susanna hides more than one secret. This hidden life full of passion and anguish gradually unfolds in a city of romance, music and gossip. ’Sunshine and shadows, laughter and tears… the grace and gaiety of a Viennese waltz’ Sunday Telegraph

Автор: Ibbotson Eva


Aleksandrs Dimā (tēvs)

Kopoti raksti piecpadsmit sējumos

septītais sējums

Rīga, «Aeroekspresis» 1993

Izdevumu sagatavojusi informācijas un izdevējdarbības aģentūra „AĒROEKSPRESIS"

Tulkojis:  Arv. Mihelsons („Marata dēls") Redaktors A.Mukāns Mākslinieks Sastādītāji A.Katričs, S.Smoļskis, G.Špakovs

Ofseta papīrs. Formāts 60x90 '/i6. Tirāža 10 000 eks. Līgumcena. Izdevējdarbības licence Nr.2-0116

Автор: vs) Aleksandrs
Автор: Abbott Jacob SC
Margaret the First

Margaret the First dramatizes the life of Margaret Cavendish, the shy, gifted, and wildly unconventional 17th-century Duchess. The eccentric Margaret wrote and published volumes of poems, philosophy, feminist plays, and utopian science fiction at a time when “being a writer” was not an option open to women. As one of the Queen’s attendants and the daughter of prominent Royalists, she was exiled to France when King Charles I was overthrown. As the English Civil War raged on, Margaret met and married William Cavendish, who encouraged her writing and her desire for a career. After the War, her work earned her both fame and infamy in England: at the dawn of daily newspapers, she was “Mad Madge,” an original tabloid celebrity. Yet Margaret was also the first woman to be invited to the Royal Society of London — a mainstay of the Scientific Revolution — and the last for another two hundred years.

Margaret the First is very much a contemporary novel set in the past, rather than “historical fiction.” Written with lucid precision and sharp cuts through narrative time, it is a gorgeous and wholly new narrative approach to imagining the life of a historical woman.

Автор: Dutton Danielle
Автор: Abbott Jacob SC
Автор: Abbott Jacob SC
Mikhail and Margarita

A love triangle involving Mikhail Bulgakov, famed author of The Master and Margarita, an agent of Stalin’s secret police, and the bewitching Margarita has inescapable consequences for all three in 1930s Russia.

It is 1933 and Mikhail Bulgakov’s enviable career is on the brink of being dismantled. His friend and mentor, the poet Osip Mandelstam, has been arrested, tortured, and sent into exile. Meanwhile, a mysterious agent of the secret police has developed a growing obsession with exposing Bulgakov as an enemy of the state. To make matters worse, Bulgakov has fallen in love with the dangerously outspoken Margarita. Facing imminent arrest, infatuated with Margarita, he is inspired to write his masterpiece, The Master and Margarita, a satirical novel that is scathingly critical of power and the powerful.

Ranging between lively readings in the homes of Moscow’s literary elite to the Siberian Gulag, Mikhail and Margarita recounts a passionate love triangle while painting a portrait of a country whose towering literary tradition is at odds with a dictatorship that does not tolerate dissent. Margarita is a strong, idealistic, seductive woman who is fiercely loved by two very different men, both of whom will fail in their attempts to shield her from the machinations of a regime hungry for human sacrifice.

Debut novelist Julie Lekstrom Himes launches a rousing defense of art and the artist during a time of systematic deception, and she movingly portrays the ineluctable consequences of love for one of history's most enigmatic literary figures.

Автор: Himes Julie Lekstrom
Miłość i wróżby

Dramatyczne okoliczności zmuszają kowala Jurę do porzucenia rodzinnego domu. Z zawiniątkiem na ramieniu wyrusza w świat w poszukiwaniu lepszego miejsca na ziemi. Zmęczony długą wędrówką zasypia i wtedy zostaje obrabowany przez grasującego w okolicy zbója Maramę. Kiedy oddaliwszy się na bezpieczną odległość Marama ogląda swój łup, jego zdumienie nie ma granic: z zawiniątka wpatruje się w niego dwoje zapłakanych dziecięcych oczu – jedno niebieskie, drugie brązowe… Ufny we własną siłę i spryt rzezimieszek nie może wiedzieć, że właśnie spotkał swoje przeznaczenie…

Автор: Rawinis M P
Mischling. Чужекровка

Впервые на русском – один из самых ярких романов 2016 года, «Книга года» по версии New York Times. По историческому размаху и лиричности «Чужекровку» сравнивали с романом Энтони Дорра «Весь невидимый нам свет», а по психологической напряженности – с «Комнатой» Эммы Донохью.

Итак, познакомьтесь с сестрами-близнецами Перль и Стасей.

Перль Заморска отвечает за грустное, хорошее, прошлое.

Стася Заморска должна взять на себя смешное, плохое, будущее.

Осенью 1944 года сестры вместе с матерью и дедом попадают в Освенцим. В аду концлагеря двенадцатилетние девочки находят спасение в тайном языке и секретных играх, в удивительном запасе внутренних сил. Став подопытными доктора Менгеле в лагерном блоке, именуемом «Зверинец», они получают определенные привилегии, но испытывают неведомые другим ужасы. Даже самая жестокая рука судьбы оказывается бессильна разлучить близнецов…

Mój Syn, Juliusz

Trzecia część "Trylogii rzymskiej", którą otwierają powieści "Tajemnica Królestwa" oraz "Rzymianin Minutus", dalszy ciąg opowieści obejmującej kolejne lata panowania Nerona i następnych cesarzy, aż do śmierci Wespazjana, krótkich rządów Tytusa i okrutnych Domicjana.

Автор: Waltari Mika
Montesumas meita

Montesumas meita

Henrijs Raiders Hegards

A (Angļu) He 140

Tulkojusi A. Feldhune Mākslinieks G. Elers

Pavisam Hegards publicējis pāris desmitu grā­matu. Nozīmīgākā no tām neapšaubāmi ir piedzīvo­jumu romāns «Montesumas meita» (1893.), ko latvieša lasītājs saņem pirmoreiz. Romāns veltīts vienam no pašiem dramatiskākajiem momentiem Meksikas vēs­turē — tās seno iedzīvotāju acteku cīņai ar spāņu iekarotājiem — konkistadoriem Ernando Kortesa vadībā. Uz bagāta dokumentāla, vēsturiska un etno­grāfiska materiāla pamata rakstniekam izdevies parā­dīt acteku sadzīvi un kultūru, viņu pilsētas un zemi.





Morgan’s Run

A New McCullough Classic

In the tradition of her epic bestseller, The Thorn Birds, Colleen McCullough offers up a saga of love found, love lost, and agony endured in Morgan's Run. McCullough brings history to life through the eyes of Richard Morgan, an Englishman swept up in the bitter vicissitudes of fate. McCullough's trademark flair for detail is like a ride in a time machine, transporting readers to the late 18th century. From the shores of Bristol, England, to the dungeons of a British prison, from the bowels of a slave ship to a penal colony on an island off the coast of New South Wales, McCullough brilliantly recreates the sights, sounds, tastes, and smells of Morgan's life and times. The Revolutionary War is raging in America, and England is struggling with economic and social chaos. In the town of Bristol, Richard Morgan keeps to himself and tends to his family, making a decent living as a gunsmith and barkeep. But then Richard's quiet life begins to fall apart. His young daughter dies of smallpox, his wife becomes obsessively concerned about their son, and he loses his savings and his bar to a sophisticated con man. Then Richard's wife dies suddenly of a stroke, and his son is later lost and presumed dead after disappearing in a nearby river. The crowning blow comes when Richard reports illegal activities being carried out by the owner of the rum distillery where he works, and he ends up on the wrong end of a frame-up. Tried and convicted for thievery and blackmail in a justice system designed to presume guilt, Richard is deported on a slave ship of the "First Fleet" with a hundred or so other convicts bound for New South Wales, where they will be used to establish a colony. But the onboard conditions during the yearlong voyage are so awful that many of the convicts die. Richard, oddly calm, dignified, and withdrawn, not only survives but manages to thrive. His intelligence, manners, and skills earn him respect in the new colony, where he eventually earns a pardon and begins his life again. Based on McCullough's own family history, Morgan's Run has all the marks of a classic. In the novel's afterword, McCullough mentions that she hopes to continue this tale – a hope that will no doubt be shared by millions of readers.

– Beth Amos

Автор: McCullough Colleen
Mr. Wilson's War

A dazzling work of American history from the author of the “U.S.A. trilogy”.

Beginning with the assassination of McKinley and ending with the defeat of the League of Nations by the United States Senate, the twenty-year period covered by John Dos Passos in this lucid and fascinating narrative changed the whole destiny of America. This is the story of the war we won and the peace we lost, told with a clear historical perspective and a warm interest in the remarkable people who guided the United States through one of the most crucial periods.

Foremost in the cast of characters is Woodrow Wilson, the shy, brilliant, revered, and misunderstood “schoolmaster”, whose administration was a complex of apparent contradictions. Wilson had almost no interest in foreign affairs when he was first elected, yet later, in proposing the League of Nations, he was to play a major role in international politics. During his first summer in office, without any…

Автор: Passos John Dos




izdevniecība Liesma" RĪGA 1976


Автор: Londons eks

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     Алланазаров Агагельды
     Проза, Историческая проза

    Автор воссоздаёт события начала ХХ века, рассказывая о том, как населявшие южные районы Туркменистана наполовину кочевые семьи принимали новую советскую власть, о колхозном строительстве и тяжёлой судьбе тех людей, которые подвергались репрессиям, унижениям и которых ссылали в далёкие края.«Очаг» представляет собой не до конца раскрытые и не полностью отражённые в произведениях страницы истории жизни не только туркменского, но и многих других народов прежнего Союза, волею жестокой судьбы разбросанных по всей стране. Эпоха и судьбы народов находят в романе глубокое и широкое осмысление.

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