Guide Evasion les Grecques les Cyclades et Ath nes

Titre : Guide Evasion les Grecques les Cyclades et Ath nes
Auteur : Maud Vidal-Naquet
Éditeur : Hachette Tourisme
ISBN-13 : 9782017027010
Libération : 2016-03-09

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Le guide des voyageurs indépendants Vous aimez construire votre propre circuit, sélectionner soigneusement vos étapes, dénicher un hôtel de charme, partir à la découverte de lieux authentiques ? Le guide Évasion est fait pour vous. Vous y trouverez : Tous les sites et monuments incontournables. Des cartes et des suggestions de circuits avec des infos précises pour identifier les meilleures étapes, les distances, les temps de transport... Des « balades secrètes », des « coups de cœur » de notre auteur et des randonnées pour sortir des sentiers battus. Des adresses d’hôtels, de restaurants, de pauses... testées par notre auteur. Des infos pratiques et des conseils pour composer son voyage sur mesure. Le Guide Evasion Îles Grecques est réalisé par Maud Vidal Naquet, journaliste spécialiste de la Grèce, qui habite sur place et arpente le pays en permanence pour en donner le meilleur ! Dans cette nouvelle édition du guide Îles grecques – Les Cyclades et Athènes : Une double page pour savoir quelle île choisir. Une sélection d’adresses entièrement revue. Des suggestions d’activités pour profiter pleinement des îles (activités nautiques, cours de cuisine...) Préparez votre voyage sur ou sur la page Facebook guideevasion.

Trekking in Greece

Titre : Trekking in Greece
Auteur : Marc Dubin
Éditeur : Lonely Planet
ISBN-13 : 0864421591
Libération : 1993

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Travel guide which includes over 40 contoured maps and detailed notes for a wide range of trekking routes. Contains historical and cultural background information as well as advice on accommodation, etiquette and equipment. Indexed.

Greek Waters Pilot

Titre : Greek Waters Pilot
Auteur : Rod Heikell
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : 1846235219
Libération : 2014-12-01

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Greek Waters Pilot is the definitive cruising guide to the coasts and islands of Greece. It covers the entire area from the Ionian Islands to the Aegean, Rhodes and Crete and includes details of over 450 harbours in a single volume. Greek Waters Pilot has been painstakingly compiled from the author's own survey work and the latest first-hand information. Although much of the new material affects the Ionian and southeastern Aegean, this new edition contains detailed updating of every part of the guide. The redrawn and amended plans and new photographs, many of which have been taken from the air, complement the revisions in the text, refreshing this work which is now in its eleventh edition. The organisation of so much detail within the confines of a single volume is an impressive achievement and has been the basis of Greek Waters Pilot's status as the indispensable guide for anyone sailing around Greece. 'The fascinating background information with historical and mythological anecdotes gives this book a richness too often missing from bald pilot guides. It would be inconceivable to visit this area without the detailed knowledge provided by Rod Heikell's enviable experience of Greek cruising.?' Royal Cruising Club 'Anyone who has cruised around Greece will be grateful to Rod Heikell for compiling what has become 'the bible' for pilotage in these waters. If you are planning on cruising in this delightful region, Heikell is invaluable...' Cruising Association '... his excellent pilots are the yardstick by which all others are measured and it's with justification that they are often referred to as 'the bible'.' John Goode, Sailing Today

Of the Standard of Taste

Titre : Of the Standard of Taste
Auteur : David Hume
Éditeur : David Hume
ISBN-13 : 9788892533554
Libération : 2015-12-26

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Philosopher and historian, second son of Joseph Hume, of Ninewells, Berwickshire, was born and educated in Edinburgh, and was intended for the law. For this, however, he had no aptitude, and commercial pursuits into which he was initiated in a counting-house in Bristol proving equally uncongenial, he was permitted to follow out his literary bent, and in 1734 went to France, where he passed three years at Rheims and La Flèche in study, living on a small allowance made him by his father. In 1739 he published anonymously his Treatise on Human Nature, which attracted little attention. Having returned to Scotland, he wrote at Ninewells his Essays, Moral and Philosophical (1741–42). He now became desirous of finding some employment which would put him in a position of independence, and having been unsuccessful in his candidature for the Chair of Moral Philosophy in Edinburgh, he became in 1745 governor to the Marquis of Annandale, a nobleman whose state was little removed from insanity. Two years later he accepted the more congenial appointment of Judge–Advocate-General to General St. Clair on his expedition to Port L’Orient, and in 1748 accompanied him on a diplomatic mission to France, whence he passed on to Vienna and Turin. About the same time he produced his Philosophical Essays [1748], including the famous Essay in Miracles which gave rise to so much controversy. These were followed in 1751 by his Enquiry into the Principles of Morals, which he considered his best work; and in 1752 by his Political Discourses, which alone of his works had an immediate success. In the same year he applied unsuccessfully for the Chair of Logic in Glasgow, but was appointed Keeper of the Advocates’ Library in Edinburgh. The access to books and original authorities which this position gave him appears to have suggested to his mind the idea of writing a history, and the first vol. of his History of England, containing the reigns of James I. and Charles I., was published in 1754. Its reception was not favourable, and the disappointment of the author was so great that, had it not been for the state of war between the two countries, he would have left his native land, changed his name, and settled permanently in France. The second vol., which appeared in 1757, dealing with the Commonwealth, and the reigns of Charles II. and James II., had a better reception, and had the effect of “buoying up its unfortunate brother.” Thereafter the tide completely turned, and the remaining four vols., 1759 and 1762, in which he turned back and finished the history from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the accession of Henry VII., attained a vast popularity, which extended to the whole work. Hume published in 1757 Four Dissertations: the Natural History of Religion; of the Passions; of Tragedy; of the Standard of Taste. Two others on Suicide and on The Immortality of the Soul were cancelled, but published posthumously.

The Homeric Catalogue of Ships

Titre : The Homeric Catalogue of Ships
Auteur : Homer
Éditeur : Georg Olms Verlag
ISBN-13 : 3487420597
Libération : 1921

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Homer A été écrit sous une forme ou une autre pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie. Vous pouvez trouver autant d'inspiration de The Homeric Catalogue of Ships Aussi informatif et amusant. Cliquez sur le bouton TÉLÉCHARGER ou Lire en ligne pour obtenir gratuitement le livre de titre $ gratuitement.

The Last Burden

Titre : The Last Burden
Auteur : Upamanyu Chatterjee
Éditeur : Penguin UK
ISBN-13 : 9789351180081
Libération : 2000-10-14

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A fascinating portrayal of life in an Indian middle-class family by the best-selling author of English, August Upamanyu Chatterjee's second novel brilliantly recreates life in an average Indian family at the end of the twentieth century. Jamun, the central character, is a young man, unmarried, adrift. He stays away from his family, which comprises his parents, Urmila and Shyamanand, his elder brother, Burfi, his sister-in-law, Joyce, his two nephews and the children's ayah. Jamun returns to the family when his mother is hospitalized. Once there, he decides to stay on until one of his ailing parent dies. He barely admits to himself that there is another, probably stronger, reason for his extended stay in the family home— an old friend Kasturi, now married and pregnant, who has returned to the city (that she associates with Jamun) . . . Flitting back and forth in time and space, and writing in a language of unsurpassed richness and power, Upamanyu Chatterjee presents a funny, bitterly accurate and vivid portrait of the awesome burden of family ties.

Arena 13

Titre : Arena 13
Auteur : Joseph Delaney
Éditeur : Random House
ISBN-13 : 9781448195343
Libération : 2015-06-04

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The first book in the exhilarating new fantasy sequence from Joseph Delaney, the multi-million-selling author of The Spook's Apprentice. Welcome to Arena 13. Here warriors fight. Death is never far away . . . Leif has one ambition: to become the best fighter in the notorious Arena 13. Here, punters place wagers on which fighter will draw first blood. And in grudge matches, they bet on which fighter will die. But the country is terrorized by the creature Hob, an evil being who delights in torturing its people, displaying his devasting power by challenging an Arena 13 combatant in a fight to the death whenever he chooses. And this is exactly what Leif wants . . . For he knows Hob's crimes well. and at the heart of his ambition burns the desire for vengeance. Leif is going to take on the monster who destroyed his family. Even if it kills him.

A Winter on the Nile

Titre : A Winter on the Nile
Auteur : Anthony Sattin
Éditeur : Random House
ISBN-13 : 9781446474396
Libération : 2012-03-31

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In the winter of 1849, Florence Nightingale was an unknown 29-year-old - beautiful, well-born and deeply unhappy. After clashing with her parents over her refusal to marry, she had been offered a lifeline by family friends who suggested a trip to Egypt, a country which she had always longed to visit. By an extraordinary coincidence, taking the same boat from Alexandria was an unpublished French writer, Gustave Flaubert. Like Nightingale, he was at the crossroads in his life that was to lead to future acclaim and literary triumph. Egypt for him represented escape and freedom as well as inspiration. But as a wealthy young man travelling with male friends, he had access to an altogether different Egpyt: where Nightingale sought out temples and dispensaries, Flaubert visited brothels and harems. In this beguiling book, Anthony Sattin takes a key moment in the lives of two extraordinary figures on the brink of international fame, and provides a fascinating insight into the early days of travel to one of the greatest tourist destinations on the planet.

The Soul of Sex

Titre : The Soul of Sex
Auteur : Thomas Moore
Éditeur : Harper Collins
ISBN-13 : 9780060930950
Libération : 1999-08-04

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A highly original approach from best selling author Thomas Moore, restoring sex to its rightful place in the human psyche as an experience of the soul. In The Soul of Sex, Thomas Moore at last restores sex to its rightful place in the human psyche. Describing sex as an experience of the soul, Thomas Moore here brings out the fully human side of sex – the roles of fantasy, desire, meaning, and morality – and draws on religion, mythology art, literature, and film to show how sex is one of the most profound mysteries of life. While finding spirituality inherent in sex, Moore also explores how spiritual values can sometimes wound our sexuality. Blending rather than opposing spirituality and sexuality, The Soul of Sex offers a fresh, livable way of becoming more deeply sexual and loving in all areas of life.

The Road Back

Titre : The Road Back
Auteur : Thomas McPherson Brown
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : 0333480287
Libération : 1988-01-01

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Thomas McPherson Brown A été écrit sous une forme ou une autre pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie. Vous pouvez trouver autant d'inspiration de The Road Back Aussi informatif et amusant. Cliquez sur le bouton TÉLÉCHARGER ou Lire en ligne pour obtenir gratuitement le livre de titre $ gratuitement.