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The Labyrinth of Solitude is an essay by the renowned poet Octavio Paz. This essay discusses life in Mexico and how the Mexican people struggled to adapt to the modern world while holding on to their traditions and culture.
- Book Cover Type: Paperback
- Language(s): Persian (Farsi)
Adventuress and opportunist, Ethelberta reinvents herself to disguise her humble origins, launching a brilliant career as a society poet in London with her family acting incognito as her servants. Turning the male-dominated literary world to her advantage, she happily exploits the attentions of four very different suitors.€27.30
This vintage book contains Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev’s 1883 collection of poetry, “Poems in Prose”, being a translation of what are among the last things written by Tourguéneff. The poems of this collection are varied: some are like studies for the scenes of a novel; others, again, like a conversation, are purely imaginative sketches, whilst some have an autobiographical interest.€27.00
In colonial Massachusetts, servant girl Martha Allen and laborer Thomas Carrier kindle a promising courtship and must lean on each other to get through a host of dangers that lurk in the unforgiving wilderness. (Formerly titled The Wolves of Andover in hardcover). Includes reading-group guide. Reprint.€39.00
This classic Austrian novella paints a deeply moving portrait of a woman whose quest for passion and purpose comes at a steep price. So begins an extraordinary day in the life of Mrs C—recently bereaved and searching for excitement and meaning. Drawn to the bright lights of a casino, and the passion of a desperate stranger, she discovers a purpose once again but at what cost?€30.55
The main plot concerns Lucile Angellier, whose unfaithful husband is a prisoner of war. She lives uneasily, with her mother-in-law. Theirs being the best house in the village, it is where the German commander, Bruno von Falk, an accomplished musician, is billeted.€34.45
Sanai’s poetry stresses the possibility of an “awakening”; While mankind remains mere baggage in the world It will be swept along, as in a boat, asleep. What can they see in sleep? What real merit or punishment can there be? He who knows not his own soul, how shall he know the soul of another? and he who only knows hand and foot, how shall he know the Godhead? The prophets are unequal to understanding this matter; why dost thou foolishly claim to do so?€65.00
Mathnawi Hadiqat al Haqiqa va Shari’at al-Tariqah (means The Walled Garden of Truth and Sharia of the way) or Elahi Nameh (means Theology treatise) is an old book of poetry written in the Persian language, composed by Sanai Ghaznavi with a mystical theme.€130.00
This book has 2 parts: first part contains poetry and Iranian Tasnifs from years ago until now; Second part has sonnets of famous Iranian poets. By reading this book you will be familiar to Iranian Tasnifs and poetry.€58.50
In The Crescent Moon, Rabindranath Tagore brings alive the world of a child—in some poems he describes the simple joys of children at play, while in others, he feels the bonds of affection between mother and child, and in yet others, he expresses wonder at the earthly beauty all around us.€29.38
Stray Birds are short poems, short aphorisms which embody Tagore’s love of nature and love of simplicity. The power and beauty of these poems comes from their simplicity. For example the poem belowis an example of how Tagore uses the splendour of the universe to inspire and soothe the human spirit.€29.00
This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.€28.60