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THE MERCHANT OF VENICE Gran Teatro - La Fenice ...
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La Fenice Pour Homme ist ein raffiniertes, von der Pracht des venezianischen Theaters La Fenice inspieriertes Eau de Parfums für elegante Männer. Die Dufteröffnung kombiniert den spritzig-grünen Akkord von Mandarine und Veilchenblättern mit der fruchtig-weichen Apfelblüte und dem tiefgründigen Aroma von Weihrauch. Nun wirkt die Würze des schwarzen Pfeffers und die Wärme der Nelken auf den Trägern La Fenice Pour Homme und die Menschen, die ihm Nahe kommen. Die Absolue der Iriswurzel ist ein modernen Verführer, Basilikum und Pflaume schmecken fruchtig-frisch. Die luxuriöse Raffinesse von bernstein, Leder und Zedernholz bilden die kraftvolle Basis eines außergewöhnlich lang anhaltenden Männerparfums.

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Conte, Carolina: BONDS
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Erscheinungsdatum: 09/2009, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: BONDS, Titelzusatz: A Theory of Appropriation for Shakespeare's 'The Merchant of Venice' Realized in Film, Autor: Conte, Carolina, Verlag: VDM Verlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Theater // Ballett, Film, Fernsehen, Seiten: 88, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 147 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Taganrog - the town by the sea
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Taganrog is the second largest locality of Rostov Region. It is situated on the shore of the Sea of Azov in 70 km from Rostov-on-Don. Taganrog is the native place of the great writer Anton Chekhov. In this seaside town he spent his childhood and youth, which shaped him as a human being. In the town there are more than 20 monuments and remarkable places, connected with the writer’s name. The excursion route goes through the town center, which is now a historical and architectural reserve area, with the whole blocks of old merchant mansions remain standing. The most notable ones include the Chekhov Drama Theater with its hall which is the exact copy of the one of Milano’s La Scala and the Alferaki Palace, built upon the project of A. Stackenschneider, the author of the Mariinsky theatre in Saint Petersburg.

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Shakespeare, William: Der Kaufmann von Venedig
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Erscheinungsdatum: 09/2005, Produktionsjahr: 2004, Medium: DVD, Titel: Der Kaufmann von Venedig, Originaltitel: The Merchant of Venice, Autor: Shakespeare, William, Regisseur: Radford, Michael, Schauspieler: Pacino, Al // Irons, Jeremy // Fiennes, Joseph // Collins, Lynn // Robinson, Zuleikha // Marshall, Kris // Cox, Charlie, Verlag: Sony Pictures Home Enter., Sprache: Englisch // Deutsch // Türkisch, Untertitel: Deutsch // Englisch // Türkisch, Schlagworte: Video // Film // Drama // Liebe // Theater // Kabarett // Theaterstücke // Drehbücher // Belletristik: allgemein und literarisch, Rubrik: Belletristik // Romane, Erzählungen, FSK/USK: 12, Laufzeit: 126 Minuten, Informationen: TV-Norm: SDTV 576i (PAL). Sprachversion: Deutsch,DD 5.1, Englisch,DD 5.1, Gewicht: 74 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Shakespeare, William: Der Kaufmann von Venedig
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Erscheinungsdatum: 09/2005, Produktionsjahr: 2004, Medium: DVD, Titel: Der Kaufmann von Venedig, Originaltitel: The Merchant of Venice, Autor: Shakespeare, William, Regisseur: Radford, Michael, Schauspieler: Pacino, Al // Irons, Jeremy // Fiennes, Joseph // Collins, Lynn // Robinson, Zuleikha // Marshall, Kris // Cox, Charlie, Verlag: Sony Pictures Home Enter., Sprache: Englisch // Deutsch // Türkisch, Untertitel: Deutsch // Englisch // Türkisch, Schlagworte: Video // Film // Drama // Liebe // Theater // Kabarett // Theaterstücke // Drehbücher // Belletristik: allgemein und literarisch, Rubrik: Belletristik // Romane, Erzählungen, FSK/USK: 12, Laufzeit: 126 Minuten, Informationen: TV-Norm: SDTV 576i (PAL). Sprachversion: Deutsch,DD 5.1, Englisch,DD 5.1, Gewicht: 74 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Submarine Warfare in World War II: The History ...
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Danger prowled under both the cold gray waters of the North Sea and the shimmering blue waves of the tropical Atlantic during World War II as Adolf Hitler's Third Reich attempted to strangle Allied shipping lanes with U-boat attacks. German and British submarines combed the vast oceanic battlefield for prey, while scientists developed new technologies and countermeasures. During World War I, German U-boats operated solo except on one occasion. Initially, the British and nations supplying England with food and materiel scattered vessels singly across the ocean, making them vulnerable to the lone submarines. However, widespread late war re-adoption of the convoy system tipped the odds in the surface ships' favor. However, even the wolf-pack proved insufficient to defeat the Atlantic convoys and stop Allied commerce - the precise opposite of the Pacific theater, where America's excellent submarine forces annihilated much of Japan's merchant marine and inflicted severe damage on the Imperial Japanese Navy. Submarines exercised a decisive impact on the outcome of the Pacific Theater in World War II. The US submarine fleet, largely though not exclusively under the overall command of Vice Admiral Charles Lockwood, strangled the supply lines and shipping traffic of the Empire of Japan. Their commerce raiding crippled both Japan's ability to keep its frontline units supplied and to manufacture the weapons, vessels, and vehicles needed to successfully carry on the struggle. The United States and Japan both produced excellent, high-tech submarines in the context of the World War II era. Japanese I-boats showed excellent seakeeping capabilities and offered the versatility created by their large size, including the ability to serve as motherships for midget submarines or aircraft carriers for scouting aircraft or even specialized bombers. The Type 93 Long Lance and Type 95 torpedoes they carrier packed enough punch to sink capital ships like ba 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan Gallagher. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/073733/bk_acx0_073733_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Interrupted Aria: The First Baroque Mystery , H...
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Venice, the dazzling city on the lagoon, is sailing toward the ruin of her maritime empire, determined to go down in a maelstrom of pleasure, music, and masquerade. Venice, 1731. Opera is the popular entertainment of the day, and the castrati are its reigning stars. Tito Amato, mutilated as a boy to preserve his enchanting soprano voice, returns to the city of his birth with his friend Felice, a castrato whose voice has failed. Disaster strikes Tito’s opera premier when the singer loses one beloved friend to poison and another to unjust accusation and arrest. Alarmed that the merchant-aristocrat who owns the theater is pressing the authorities to close the case, Tito races the executioner to find the real killer. The possible suspects could people the cast of one of his operas: a libertine nobleman and his spurned wife, a jealous soprano, an ambitious composer, and a patrician family bent on the theater’s ruin. With Carnival gaiety swirling around him and rousing Venetian passions in an ominous crescendo, Tito finds that the most astonishing secrets lurk behind the masks of his own family and friends. About the author: Beverle Graves Myers, former psychiatrist, switched to writing and has since won the 2006 Million Writers Award. She is the author of short story collections, the Helluva War series, and the Tito Amato mysteries. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Geoffrey Blaisdell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/005291/bk_blak_005291_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Murder Cum Laude , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 828min
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The next bubble to burst will be the education bubble. Make no mistake about it, education is big business and, like other big businesses, it is in big trouble. -Professor Mark C. Taylor, Columbia University, New York Times, Opinion, July 12, 2009. A young, salt-of-the-earth family is caught up in a cyclone of greed, after Dennis Winecoop accepts a position at Washington, D.C.'s Utopia University. Believing he was hired to advise graduate students in history, Professor Winecoop finds he is teaching a full schedule of "Murder 101." The first lesson, it seems, occurred just days before he was hired, when his predecessor was found grotesquely murdered in his bath. The intrigues of multiple murders are the catalysts that drive this dynamic and compelling tale to a shocking conclusion. The events and characters of Murder Cum Laude reveal the ugly reality of Washington politics and one man's aggressive efforts to uncover the truth. A graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, author Bruce Zortman served as a top secret courier during the Korean Conflict. He was awarded a one-year Taussig Fellowship to the Free University in Berlin. As an NDEA Fellow, he earned his PhD with distinction from UCLA. His 25 years as a professional educator include positions at Santa Monica College and American University in Washington, D.C. He is the author of Hitler's Theater (1985), an acting textbook, scholarly articles and several produced plays. Presently, he is Commodore of the Tucson Sailing Club. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joseph B. Kearns. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/026969/bk_acx0_026969_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Of Bondage: Debt, Property, and Personhood in E...
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The late 16th-century penal debt bond, which allowed an unsatisfied creditor to seize the body of his debtor, set in motion a series of precedents that would shape the legal, philosophical, and moral issue of property-in-person in England and America for centuries. Focusing on this historical juncture at which debt litigation was not merely an aspect of society but seemed to engulf it completely, Of Bondage examines a culture that understood money and the body of the borrower as comparable forms of property that impinged on one another at the moment of default.Amanda Bailey shows that the early modern theater, itself dependent on debt bonds, was well positioned to stage the complex ethical issues raised by a system of forfeiture that registered as a bodily event. While plays about debt like The Merchant of Venice and The Custom of the Country did not use the language of political philosophy, they were artistically and financially invested in exploring freedom as a function of possession. By revealing dramatic literature's heretofore unacknowledged contribution to the developing narrative of possessed persons, Amanda Bailey not only deepens our understanding of creditor-debtor relations in the period but also sheds new light on the conceptual conditions for the institutions of indentured servitude and African slavery. Of Bondage is vital not only for students and scholars of English literature but also for those interested in British and colonial legal history, the history of human rights, and the sociology of economics.The book is published by University of Pennsylvania Press."A compelling account of the role of debt in the early modern imaginary...raises important historical questions." (Sixteenth Century Journal)"Absorbing and beautifully written." (Jonathan Gil Harris, George Washington University) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dana Roth. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/166648/bk_acx0_166648_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Henrik Ibsen's Classic: A Doll's House (Annotat...
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Unique to this title is:A historical introductionAn overview of A Doll’s HouseA study of the themes present in A Doll’s HouseA list of the best famous quotes from A Doll’s HouseYou may of course skip all of it and go straight to the main title if you do not want any spoilers and come back later to the beginning.Henrik Ibsen was a Norwegian playwright and theater director. He is often called “the father of realism” and one of the most influential playwrights of his time.Ibsen was born in 1828 into a well-to-do merchant family in the small port town of Skien. He was of Danish, German, Norweigan, and Scottish ancestry. Most of his ancestors were merchants or ship captains. When he was seven, his father went out of business and the family had to sell the big house and move to their small summer cottage outside the city. After some time, they managed to move back to the city and lived in a house owned by Ibsen's father half-brother. However, even at a time when they struggled financially, the Ibsens kept servants and maintained a certain level of affluence.In A Doll's House, a happily married Nora decides to borrow money to finance a trip to Italy, where her husband needs to go for treatment. At the time, a woman couldn't do anything, let alone borrow money, without her husband's consent. So, Nora forged her father's signature. A junior bank clerk who works with her husband finds out what she's done. For years, Nora's been trying to repay the loan, but her husband eventually finds out what she had done and is furious.Enjoy this timeless classic! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Brianna Fernandez. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/173431/bk_acx0_173431_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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