By Christine Gradl
In Makarska begegnet sie liebenswerten Menschen, die ihr Einblick gewähren in die Geschichte, Literatur und Kultur des Landes und ihr Interesse wecken für die kulinarischen Gaumenfreuden der area, begleitet von den meisterhaften Gesängen der dalmatinischen Klapagruppe Adrion.
Christine Gradl, geboren 1948 in Vilseck, lebt in Hirschau, Oberpfalz. Zahlreiche Veröffentlichungen von Lyrik udn Kurzprosa in Literaturzeitschriften, Anthologien und eigenen Werken. Eine Auswahl ihrer Gedichte wurde übersetzt ins Englische, Kroatische, Türkische und Albanische. Teilnahme an internationalen Lyrikfestivals in Makarska, Hvar, Zadar-Otocac-Plitvice in Kroatien, Kulturpreisträgerin der Stadt Hirschau 2003, three. Preis beim 1. Deutschen Internet-Haiku-Wettbewerb 2003.
By Uli Franz
By Stephen Baccari
Have you ever desired to swap your fact? have you felt that your present atmosphere was once proscribing you from luck? have you desired to rework your lifestyles by way of going someplace overseas, yet have been not able to take action due to fears round funds, safety, and time?
After knowing that his outlook on lifestyles was once making him depressing, Stephen Baccari began asking the subsequent questions: How am i able to discover ways to love and recognize myself? How do I discover my passions? How do I create a existence that I’m proud of?
In The go back and forth Effect, Baccari combines his around-the-world adventures with useful recommendation for a person who desires to develop into a aware visitor and realize any vacation spot. This ebook is key interpreting for many who are obsessed with connecting with themselves, people, and international cultures.
By Friedrich Gerstäcker
Friedrich Gerstäcker, deutscher schriftsteller (1816-1872)
«Nach Amerika Band I», von Friedrich Gerstäcker. Ein dynamisches Inhaltsverzeichnis ermöglicht den direkten Zugriff auf die verschiedenen Abschnitte.
- Das Dollinger'sche Haus
- Der Rothe Drachen
- Der Diebstahl
- Franz Lossenwerder
- Die Auswanderungs Agentur
- Die Weberfamilie
- Nach Amerika
- Der Tanz Im Rothen Drachen
- Die Beiden Familien
By Joseph Pearce
In this wonder-filled trip, Joseph Pearce exhibits us the genuine England throughout the elegance of the great, the genuine, and the gorgeous. He indicates us an England that may by no means die, now not since it lingers like a fading coal within the reminiscence of mortal males, yet since it exists as a stunning flower within the Gardens of Eternity.
By Maria Skehan
Hannibal’s street to Rome takes us on a unprecedented event of discovery as we stick with the Carthaginian general’s acclaimed overland march with military and elephants from Spain to Italy the place for years he battled Rome on Italian soil. we are going to detect how this great of heritage grew to become the fiercest enemy of historical Rome and the way Rome’s worry of the ghost of Hannibal resulted in the dying of Carthage. we are going to tune down Hannibal’s acquaintances and foes – either actual and legendary - in Carthaginians, Romans and Greeks, and in local Iberians and Gauls.
Our trip starts in Cartagena, Spain and keeps via unbelievable Mediterranean nation-state with a wealthy heritage within the assorted Spanish areas of Murcia, Valencia, Catalonia and the French sector of Languedoc-Roussillon. half certainly one of Hannibal’s highway to Rome will finish at his momentous crossing of the River Rhone. Enriching our trip, Hannibal’s street will attach us with an abundance of beautiful sleek tradition, none of which might exist if this enigmatic guy had controlled to alter the process civilisation by way of conquering Rome.
By Christine DeVine,Christine, Professor DeVine
With more cost-effective publishing bills and the explosion of periodical publishing, the impact of latest international commute narratives was once higher through the 19th century than ever ahead of, as they provided an knowing not just of the USA via British eyes, but in addition a lens although which nineteenth-century Britain may well view itself. regardless of the diversities in objective and approach, the writers and artists mentioned in Nineteenth-Century British tourists within the New World-from Fanny Wright arriving in the US in 1818 to the go back of Henry James in 1904, and together with Charles Dickens, Frances Trollope, Isabella chicken, Fanny Kemble, Harriet Martineau, and Robert Louis Stevenson between others, in addition to artists resembling Eyre Crowe-all contributed to the ongoing construction of the USA as a build for audiences at domestic. those tourists' tales and photographs therefore offered an idea of the United States over which Britons may possibly crow approximately their very own intended sophistication, and a democratic version wherein to posit their very own destiny, all of which implies the significance of transatlantic shuttle writing and the ‘idea of the US’ to nineteenth-century Britain.
By Phil Karber
By Paul Richardson,Ulrike Thiesmeyer
By Nina & Reto Fehr