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Guide du Routard Danemark, Suède 2021/22

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ISBN10 : 201713015X

Publisher : Hachette Tourisme

Number of Pages : 604

Category : Travel

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Book Summary: Cet ebook est une version numérique du guide papier sans interactivité additionnelle. Le Routard, le meilleur compagnon de voyage depuis 45 ans.Dans cette nouvelle édition du Routard Danemark, Suède vous trouverez une première partie en couleurs avec des cartes et des photos, pour découvrir plus facilement ces pays et repérer nos coups de coeur ; des suggestions d'itinéraires et des informations pratiques pour organiser votre séjour ; des adresses souvent introuvables ailleurs ; des visites culturelles originales en dehors des sentiers battus ; des infos remises à jour chaque année et des cartes et plans détaillés.Merci à tous les Routards qui partagent nos convictions : Liberté et indépendance d'esprit ; découverte et partage ; sincérité, tolérance et respect des autres.

The Fables of La Fontaine

Author : Jean de La Fontaine

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Publisher : Prabhat Prakashan

Number of Pages : N.A

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: First published in the year 1886, the present book titled 'The Fables of La Fontaine' is a collection of Jean de La Fontaine's stories accompanied by his short bio and a few essays about him.

Beyond French Feminisms

Author : R. Célestin,E. DalMolin,I. Courtivron

ISBN10 : 1137095148

Publisher : Springer

Number of Pages : 311

Category : Social Science

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Book Summary: This volume, a collection of essays by a number of high-profile personalities working in philosophy, literature, sociology, cinema, theatre, journalism, and politics, covers a number a of recent and crucial developments in the field of French Feminisms that have made a reassessment necessary. Beyond French Feminisms proposes to answer the question: what is new in French Feminism at the beginning of the twenty-first century? The essays reflect the shift from the theoretical and philosophical approaches that characterized feminism twenty years ago, to the more social and political questions of today. Topics include: the 'parité' and PACS debates, the France-USA dialogue, the 'multicultural' issues, and the new trends in literature and film by women.

Nature Stories

Author : Enid Blyton

ISBN10 : 1444954245

Publisher : Hachette Children\'s

Number of Pages : 352

Category : Juvenile Fiction

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Book Summary: A collection of thirty wonderful stories about the nature and the countryside from one of the world's best-loved children's authors. Enjoy the freedom of the outdoors, the beauty of the countryside and the charm of all creatures great and small in this bumper short-story collection. Enid Blyton loved the countryside, animals and birds and she wrote many wonderful stories to teach children all about the natural world. Each story is perfect for reading aloud to young children and is the ideal length for bedtime or classroom story time. *** Enid Blyton ® and Enid Blyton's signature are Registered Trademarks of Hodder & Stoughton Limited. No trademark or copyrighted material may be reproduced without the express written permission of the trademark and copyright owner.

Jacques Ellul and the Technological Society in the 21st Century

Author : Helena M. Jerónimo,José Luís Garcia,Carl Mitcham

ISBN10 : 9400766580

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

Number of Pages : 262

Category : Philosophy

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Book Summary: This volume rethinks the work of Jacques Ellul (1912-1994) on the centenary of his birth, by presenting an overview of the current debates based on Ellul's insights. As one of the most significant twentieth-century thinkers about technology, Ellul was among the first thinkers to realize the importance of topics such as globalization, terrorism, communication technologies and ecology, and study them from a technological perspective. The book is divided into three sections. The first discusses Ellul’s diagnosis of modern society, and addresses the reception of his work on the technological society, the notion of efficiency, the process of symbolization/de-symbolization, and ecology. The second analyzes communicational and cultural problems, as well as threats and trends in early twenty-first century societies. Many of the issues Ellul saw as crucial – such as energy, propaganda, applied life sciences and communication – continue to be so. In fact they have grown exponentially, on a global scale, producing new forms of risk. Essays in the final section examine the duality of reason and revelation. They pursue an understanding of Ellul in terms of the depth of experience and the traditions of human knowledge, which is to say, on the one hand, the experience of the human being as contained in the rationalist, sociological and philosophical traditions. On the other hand there are the transcendent roots of human existence, as well as “revealed knowledge,” in the mystical and religious traditions. The meeting of these two traditions enables us to look at Ellul’s work as a whole, but above all it opens up a space for examining religious life in the technological society.

A Horse to Love

Author : Nancy Springer

ISBN10 : 1497688752

Publisher : Open Road Media

Number of Pages : 180

Category : Juvenile Fiction

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Book Summary: Caring for a horse isn’t always a picnic Erin is thrilled when her parents agree to buy her a horse. She doesn’t even mind holding up her end of the agreement—keeping up her grades, mending clothes, and helping out with chores around the house. She’ll do anything as long as it means having a horse of her very own. But owning a horse is nothing like Erin imagined. The old mare whom she names Spindrift can be grouchy and ill tempered. And having a horse means lots of extra responsibility—feeding her, grooming her, training her. Luckily, Erin’s aunt Lexie knows a thing or two about horses and is willing to show her the ropes. But even Aunt Lexie can’t keep Erin out of trouble entirely.

Colonialism's Currency

Author : Brian Gettler

ISBN10 : 0228002540

Publisher : McGill-Queen\'s Press - MQUP

Number of Pages : N.A

Category : Social Science

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Book Summary: Money, often portrayed as a straightforward representation of market value, is also a political force, a technology for remaking space and population. This was especially true in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Canada, where money - in many forms - provided an effective means of disseminating colonial social values, laying claim to national space, and disciplining colonized peoples. Colonialism's Currency analyzes the historical experiences and interactions of three distinct First Nations - the Wendat of Wendake, the Innu of Mashteuiatsh, and the Moose Factory Cree - with monetary forms and practices created by colonial powers. Whether treaty payments and welfare provisions such as the paper vouchers favoured by the Department of Indian Affairs, the Canadian Dominion's standardized paper notes, or the "made beaver" (the Hudson's Bay Company's money of account), each monetary form allowed the state to communicate and enforce political, economic, and cultural sovereignty over Indigenous peoples and their lands. Surveying a range of historical cases, Brian Gettler shows how currency simultaneously placed First Nations beyond the bounds of settler society while justifying colonial interventions in their communities. Testifying to the destructive and the legitimizing power of money, Colonialism's Currency is an intriguing exploration of the complex relationship between First Nations and the state.