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  • Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.Deel 3. / Hayao Miyazaki

    Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.Deel 3. / Hayao Miyazaki

     31/7/18. Nausicaa finds herself on the edge of despair as she comes to realize the full extent of the ecological destruction that's ravaging Earth. Meanwhile, Queen Kushana of Torumekia plots to lead her troops back to the imperial capital and seize the crown. Nausicaa agrees to join Kushana and her people in the fight against the Doroks and her scheming brothers.

  • Night of rain and stars / M. Binchy

    Night of rain and stars / M. Binchy

     Fiona left her nursing career in Ireland to be with the man everyone thinks is wrong for her. Elsa fled Germany and her high-powered television job once she learned what the man she loved was hiding from her. Thomas mourns his failed marriage and misses his young son in California, while David yearns to reconcile with his family in England without having to go into the family business. Chance has brought them together, and together they will find new ways of looking at the lives they left behind. 

  • Okagami The great mirror / F. Michinaga.

    Okagami The great mirror / F. Michinaga.

     14/2/19. Presented here in a new and complete translation is the Japanese classic Okagami, an historical talc that mirrors a man's life and the times in which he lived. Dating from the late eleventh or early twelfth century, it focuses on Fujiwara Michinaga, the leading political figure in the great family that dominated the court during most of the Helan period.

  • On Guerilla Warfare Mao Tse-tung / S. Griffith

    On Guerilla Warfare Mao Tse-tung / S. Griffith

     The first documented, systematic study of guerrilla warfare, this 1937 text remains the definitive guide. Based on Mao's own experiences and his interpretations of the classic strategies of Sun-tzu, it concisely explains why guerrilla activities should be integrated into conventional military activities and discusses the organization and operation of guerrilla units.

  • Perfume / Parrick Suskind

    Perfume / Parrick Suskind

     4/11/17. JEAN-BAPTISTE GRENOUILLE, born in eighteenth-century Paris and abandoned on the street, discovers he has an extraordinary – almost superhuman – sense of smell. As he sniffs his way across France, this gift is exploited by Grenouille to make the world's most marvellous perfumes. Yet in seeking perfection in his experiments, he realises that a vital ingredient is missing for the perfect scent: innocence.

  • Post Captain / Patrick O'Brian

    Post Captain / Patrick O'Brian

    Jack Aubrey and his particular friend Stephen Maturin are in the naval service of England during the early 19th century. 

  • Prague full of ghosts / M. Svandrlik

    Prague full of ghosts / M. Svandrlik

    Old Prague has one record. Statistically expressed, it lies in the number of ghosts relating to one square kilometre. Every medieval castle or palace worth the name in Europe has its ghost wandering roundits corridors at night, but Prague has scores of such buildings. Many of its ghosts are not limited to the interiors of these centruries' old buildings, but steal stealthily round the city's courtyards, passageways and narrow streets - for example, the ghost of a French major has to march at a rapid pace in order to cover his whole area at midnight. 

  • Quantum Creativity / Goswami Amit

    Quantum Creativity / Goswami Amit

    In this mind-expanding work, physicist Amit Goswami, Ph.D., explores the world of human creativity—the ultimate source of joy and fulfillment—through the lens of quantum physics, and offers up a unique way to nurture and enhance your own creativity. According to quantum physics, reality occurs on two levels: possibility and actuality. Goswami uses this same duality to explore what he calls 'quantum thinking,' which focuses on two levels of thinking—the conscious mind of actuality and the unconscious mind of possibility. He then poses questions that probe the wellspring of creation that exists in each of us. What is creativity? Can anyone be creative? What kinds of creativity are there? And through this inquiry, he lays out a guidebook for understanding the power of the mind to access creativity in a whole new way.Combining the art of creativity with the objectivity of science, Quantum Creativity uses empirical data to support this new method of thinking and outlines how to harness our innate abilities in order to live more creatively. In short, Goswami teaches you how to think quantum to be creative.

  • R Is For Ricochet / S. Grafton

    R Is For Ricochet / S. Grafton

    The #1 "New York Times" bestseller is now in paperback. After five dark and gritty Kinsey Milhone mysteries, Grafton changes tone, giving readers a lighthearted novel featuring a wide range of characters, from a spoiled rich girl just out of prison to a too-good-to-be-true (and single) cop who seems to have the hots for Kinsey. 

  • Revelation, Rationality Knowledge and Truth. / M. T. Ahmad

    Revelation, Rationality Knowledge and Truth. / M. T. Ahmad

     The underlying theme of the book is that the belief in a divine power, the Creator, is not in contradiction with the acceptance of scientific rationale.

  • Rhine crossing / J. W. Stock

    Rhine crossing / J. W. Stock

    Pinned down on the Ludendorff Bridge they were conscious only of the screaming passage of shells and the storm of small arms fire directed at them. They could see the Germans still frenziedly attempting toblow the bridge - and them with it - into the Rhine. Few of the US Infantrymen expected to reach the east bank alive. 

  • Rhyming Rainbow / Cicely Mary Barker

    Rhyming Rainbow / Cicely Mary Barker

    Poems selected and illustrated by Cicely Mary Barker. 1977 

  • Righteous Gentile. / J. Bierman

    Righteous Gentile. / J. Bierman

     An account of the part Raoul Wallenberg played during World War II in saving the lives of around 100,000 Jews in Hungary. He was subsequently taken prisoner by the Russians and since then has never again been seen or heard of in the West.

  • Rock 'n' Roll 39-59 / C. Gillett

    Rock 'n' Roll 39-59 / C. Gillett

     2/5/17. Snare drum backbeat plus electric guitar: the simple formula that launched the rock star, and contemporary teen culture along with it. Today, rock 'n' roll seems to define postwar American culture, especially in its impact abroad. Though its inception is often imagined as sudden and seismic, it was, of course, a gradual and complex transition from boogie-woogie to the stardom of Elvis Presley and Bill Haley. A thorough survey of rock 'n' roll's bloodline would even reach back as far as 1939, a time when the electric guitar's role was mostly played by piano or saxophone. Rock 'n' Roll 39-59 does this, with the assistance of some of the genre's finest photographers. Bruce Davidson, Wayne Miller, Robert W. Kelley, Esther Bubley, Eve Arnold and Ernest C. Withers are all here, amid a wealth of visual props, including priceless period posters, records, rare souvenirs, photographs and film stills, and indices of the movement's key venues, events, artists, producers and people. This book describes a lively mess of genres, from boogie-woogie to blues, gospel, big band jazz, country and, most of all, rhythm and blues--interbreeding against a backdrop of colossal social change, and culminating in the rock 'n' roll explosion of the mid-1950s.

  • Sadism / L. T. Woodward

    Sadism / L. T. Woodward

    THIS BOOK is a detailed history of sadism and sadists, but it is more than that.,Here the reasons for such behavior are clinically laid bare in the light of modern science and the hopes for its detection and prevention in the future realistically appraised. It is a major and definitive work.A DOCUMENTED STUDY OF THE STRANGE ECSTASIES THAT SOME HUMAN DEINGS FIND IN THE INFLICTION OF PAIN. 

  • Screaming with Joy: The Life of Allen Ginsberg.  / G. caveney

    Screaming with Joy: The Life of Allen Ginsberg. / G. caveney

     28/12/16. The first fully illustrated tribute to Allen Ginsberg--the best-known American poet of the post-war generation, mother of the Beats, and walking embodiment of Western counterculture.

  • Siamese bestiary / K. Inwood.

    Siamese bestiary / K. Inwood.

    Siamese Bestiary. London: Wildwood House Limited, 1979.Paperback.Inktpentekeningen en teksten. In English language.Aan de voorzijde iets geel. 

  • Sights with Stories in Old Beijing

    Sights with Stories in Old Beijing

    The 47 legends that form this book have crystallized around some of Beijing's most celebrated sights. Here are the "just-so stories" of the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, the Temple of Heaven, the Fragrant Hills, the Summer Palace, the Lama Temple, the Gate of Heavenly Peace and many others, told as earthily and redolently as only Beijingers can. Reminisce or whet your appetite: a little extra bit of Beijing will be yours. 

  • Slim / M. Calvert

    Slim / M. Calvert

    Field Marshal William Joseph "Bill"Slim, 1st Viscount Slim, KG, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, GBE, DSO, MC, KStJ (6 August 1891 – 14 December 1970) was a British military commander and the 13th Governor-General of Australia.He fought in both the First and Second world wars and was wounded in action three times. During World War II he led the 14th Army, the so-called "forgotten army" in the Burma campaign. From 1953 to 1959 he was Governor-General of Australia, regarded by many Australians as an authentic war hero who had fought with the Anzacs at Gallipoli. 

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