Das Herz der Finsternis / Heart of Darkness - Zweisprachige by Joseph Conrad

By Joseph Conrad

Dieses publication: "Das Herz der Finsternis / middle of Darkness - Zweisprachige Ausgabe (Deutsch-Englisch) / Bilingual variation (German-English)" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen. Diese Zweisprachige Ausgabe hilft dem Leser Joseph Conrad besser zu verstehen und zu interpretieren, ist praktisch beim Nachschlagen und sehr nützlich um Englisch / Deutsch als Fremdsprache zu Lernen oder zu Lehren.

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Herz der Finsternis ist eine Erzählung aus dem Jahre 1899 von Joseph Conrad.
Zur Inhalt: Auf der nächtlich an der Themsemündung in Gravesend stillliegenden Seeyacht Nellie erzählt der ehemalige Seemann Marlow seinen vier Freunden, die das Band der See eint, eine Episode aus seinem Leben. Er beschreibt seine Sehnsucht, die letzten weißen Flecken des Globus kennenzulernen, und wie sie nach einigen Mühen dazu führte, dass er Flusskapitän wurde.

- middle of Darkness is a brief novel via Joseph Conrad, released in 1899.
Plot: Aboard the Nellie, anchored within the River Thames close to Gravesend, England, Charles Marlow tells his fellow sailors concerning the occasions that resulted in his appointment as captain of a river-steamboat for an ivory buying and selling corporation. He describes his passage on ships to the desolate tract to the Company's station down the Congo River in critical Africa.

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Stories and Essays of Mina Loy by Mina Loy

By Mina Loy

Stories and Essays of Mina Loy is the 1st book-length quantity of Mina Loy's narrative writings and important paintings ever released. This quantity brings jointly her brief fiction, in addition to hybrid works that come with modernized fairy stories, a Socratic discussion, and a ballet. Loy's narratives tackle concerns reminiscent of abortion and poverty, and what she known as “the intercourse war" is an abiding subject matter all through. Stories and Essays of Mina Loy additionally comprises dramatic works that parody the bravado and misogyny of Futurism and display Loy's early, potent use of absurdist method. Essays and commentaries on aesthetics, old occasions, and faith entire this beguiling assortment, cementing Mina Loy's position as one of many nice writers of the 20 th century.

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Timon of Athens by William Shakespeare

By William Shakespeare

Timon, later a misanthrope, is a prosperous and beneficiant Athenian gentleman. He hosts a wide dinner party, attended by way of approximately the entire major characters.

Timon supplies away funds wastefully, and everybody desires to please him to get extra, aside from Apemantus, a churlish thinker whose cynicism Timon can't but take pleasure in. He accepts paintings from Poet and Painter, and a jewel from the Jeweller, yet by means of the top of Act 1, he has provided that away to a different good friend.

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Henry V (Dover Thrift Editions) by William Shakespeare

By William Shakespeare

By the point depicted during this play, Henry has changed into the best of English kings. although he has retained the typical contact and humorousness he confirmed as Falstaff's bosom blood brother within the components of Henry IV, he has turn into fiercely concentrated. He punishes those that have plotted opposed to him; in conflict opposed to the French, he exhibits himself an indomitable chief of guys; and, on the finish, he conquers even the center of Catherine, the attractive daughter of the French king.

Henry V is without doubt one of the most well liked of Shakespeare's performs — in part since it brings additional information of the downward-spiraling fortunes of a few of the cherished scoundrels from Henry IV, and in part since it is so intensely patriotic.

Who can continue dry-eyed, who can preserve his or her middle from welling up, while Henry supplies his nice speech prior to the conflict of Agincourt?

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Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, Scott McKowen

By Jonathan Swift, Scott McKowen


Shipwrecked and solid adrift, English physician Lemuel Gulliver wakes to discover himself on Lilliput, an island inhabited through little humans, whose peak makes their quarrels over model and repute appear ridiculous. His next encounters—with the crude giants of Brobdingnag, the philosophical Houyhnhnms, and the brutish Yahoos—give him new, sour insights into human behavior.

Jonathan Swift's satire perspectives mankind in a distorted corridor of mirrors as a lowered, magnified, and at last bestial species, proposing us with an uncompromising mirrored image of ourselves. Gulliver's Travels is an engaging mixture of travelogue, realizm, symbolism, and excellent voyage—all with a significant philosophical purpose.

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Pride and Prejudice (Illustrated Edition) (The Novels of by Jane Austen, C.E. Brock

By Jane Austen, C.E. Brock


This distinct variation of Pride and Prejudice contains the recognized illustrations via Henry Matthew Brock, initially created in 1898. Brock and his brothers have been all winning illustrators of the day and sometimes posed for every different utilizing costumes, props and furnishings of their Cambridge studio. Brock's older brother Charles additionally illustrated different variations of satisfaction and Prejudice, and joined him in illustrating different Austen releases for this set of 1898 editions.

Pride and Prejudice was once released anonymously in 1813. It used to be Jane Austen's moment novel and have become her hottest. thought of through many to be the first actual romance novel, the publication gains Elizabeth, an independent-minded heroine, and Darcy, a dismal, brooding, wealthy, good-looking hero. Jane Austen's wit and perception into human nature are mythical and make delight and Prejudice a e-book to be savored persistently again.

Pride and Prejudice is the deceptively easy tale of Elizabeth Bennet, moment eldest of 5 single daughters of an affable kingdom gentleman and a really foolish girl whose project in existence is to marry them off. while a prosperous younger guy strikes into the local, he brings with him his pal Mr. Darcy, who falls in love with Elizabeth - a lot to his personal chagrin - after insulting her and incomes the derision of the total local. the need for either one of them to beat their satisfaction and notice one another for the folk they are surely is the spine of a permanent comedy of manners and love tale.

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Île by Aldous Huxley

By Aldous Huxley

Pour le 50e anniversaire de los angeles mort d'Aldous Huxley, réédition d'un classique de l. a. science-fiction épuisé.

Lorsque le journaliste Will Farnaby échoue sur l'île de Pala, il croit avoir découvert los angeles société idéale. l. a. communauté des îliens s'organise autour des valeurs de justice, de recognize et de liberté, dans une parfaite osmose avec l. a. nature. Mais cet équilibre idyllique est rapidement menacé par les convoitises internationales, à commencer par le sultanat voisin.

Huxley orchestre le malentendu : l'utopie de l'Éden retrouvé, réinventé par los angeles major de l'homme, fera lengthy feu, pour mieux se fracasser contre les instincts humains les plus funestes.

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The Sign of the Four (Sherlock Holmes, Book 2) by Arthur Conan Doyle

By Arthur Conan Doyle


It is during this, the second one Holmes novel, that the good detective comes totally to existence - not just as a melancholic and an inscrutable grasp of deduction, but in addition as an incurable drug addict. "Which is it today?" Watson asks Holmes matter-of-factly at the starting web page of the unconventional, "morphine or cocaine?" "It is cocaine," Holmes famously replies. "A seven-per-cent answer. do you want to aim it?" Mary Morstan involves Holmes within the wish that he'll manage to remedy a secret. Ten years prior her father, Captain Arthur Morstan, had lower back to London on go away from his regiment in India the place it's stated that he and one Thadeus Sholto, "came into ownership of a substantial treasure." by the point his daughter arrived at his lodge, he had vanished with out a trace.

The signal of Four is still a small masterpiece of suspense, and the radical has loved a gentle readership ever due to the fact its first book in 1890. lately, even if, it has now not been on hand other than as part of higher omnibus Holmes anthologies.

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The End of the Affair (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition) by Graham Greene

By Graham Greene

"This is a checklist of hate way over of love," writes Maurice Bendrix within the commencing passages of the top of the Affair, and it's a unusual hate certainly that compels him to set down the retrospective account of his adulterous affair with Sarah Miles—a hate bred of a keenness that eventually misplaced out to God.

Now, a yr after Sarah's demise, Bendrix seeks to exorcise the patience of ardour through retracing its path from obsessive like to love-hate. in the beginning he believes he hates Sarah and her husband, Henry. via the tip of the booklet, Bendrix's hatred has shifted to the God he feels has damaged his existence yet whose lifestyles he has finally come to recognize.

Originally released in 1951, the tip of the Affair was once acclaimed by way of William Faulkner as "for me the most effective, such a lot actual and relocating novels of my time, in anybody's language."

"Undeniably an important paintings of art...It is still from first to final a nearly ideal exhibit of workmanship and a splendidly guaranteed assertion of ideas." —The New Yorker

"Singularly relocating and beautiful...the dating of lover to husband with its loopy mutation of pity, hate, comradeship, jealousy, and contempt is beautifully described...the heroine is constantly lovable." —Evelyn Waugh

"An soaking up piece of labor, passionately felt and strikingly written." —The Atlantic per thirty days

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The Secret Garden by Lois Lowry, Frances Hodgson Burnett

By Lois Lowry, Frances Hodgson Burnett

With an creation through Lois Lowry.

Age variety: nine - 12 Years

From the alternate Paperback edition.

Frances Hodgson Burnett's liked vintage is tailored for starting readers during this colorfully illustrated model. The spoiled orphan Mary Lennox leaves India to reside along with her chilly uncle in his dreary mansion in England. while Mary hears of a mystery backyard saved locked for ten years, she is set to discover it and have a tendency it again to life.

With assistance from her uncle's sickly son and a boy who is aware all approximately nature, Mary secretly transforms the backyard - and all in their lives.

About the Author

FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT was once born in Manchester, England, on November 24, 1849. After her father’s demise in 1853, Burnett’s mom ran the family’s iron foundry till the yank Civil conflict prompted the company to fail. Destitute, the Hodgsons moved to Tennessee in 1865, to stick with family members in a log cabin. Frances lived there until eventually 1873, whilst she married a physician, Swan Burnett, whom she later divorced in 1898. She married Stephen Townsend, an actor, in 1900.

From her young people Frances had written tales and stories to aid aid the kin and later claimed by no means to have written a manuscript that was once no longer released. Her first common luck got here with That Lass o’ Lowrie’s in 1877, a story of the Lancashire coal mines. however it used to be the ebook of Little Lord Fauntleroy, in 1886, that introduced the writer popularity and wealth and confirmed Cedric because the version for a iteration of younger boys. Sara Crewe was once released in 1888, and the rags-to-riches tale used to be such a success that Burnett revised, extended, and republished it in 1905 as a bit Princess. The liked the key backyard seemed six years later to huge, immense severe and renowned acclaim.

A prolific author, Frances Hodgson Burnett wrote over 40 novels and performs and dozens of brief tales in the course of her lifetime. She died at Plandome, ny, on October 29, 1924.

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