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  • Ольга Берггольц. "Не дам забыть"
    "Не дам забыть"
    Ольга Берггольц
    В книгу вошли избранные произведения Ольги Берггольц - легендарной поэтессы, блокадной музы Ленинграда. В сборник включены поэмы и лирика Берггольц - "интимный документ эпохи", в котором отразилась драматическая судьба Ольги Федоровны. Произведения снабжены примечаниями, подготовленными с учетом недавно вышедших работ о творчестве поэтессы. "Дневные звезды" - шедевр русской автобиографической прозы XX века - впервые публикуется с обширным историко-литературным и реальным комментарием. В издание включены воспоминания о Берггольц С.С.Наровчатова, Д.М.Молдавского и В.Я.Лакшина, которые раскрывают читателю неординарность ее личности. Книга рассчитана па широкий круг читателей, учащихся, студентов, аспирантов и специалистов гуманитарного профиля.
  • Джироламо Кардано. "О моей жизни"
    "О моей жизни"
    Джироламо Кардано
    Автобиография итальянского ученого XVI в. Джироламо Кардано "О моей жизни" - уникальный и до сих пор во многом недооцененный документ ренессансной эпохи. В ней удивительны не только рассказы автора о драматических перипетиях своей жизни, но и детальное описание им собственной персоны: внешности, характера, пороков, привычек, болезней, чудесных способностей. Она также погружает читателя в причудливый мир человека науки эпохи Возрождения, в котором странным образом переплетаются медицина, философия, астрология, механика, криптография. Издание предназначено в первую очередь для студентов и преподавателей вузов - историков, философов, культурологов, психологов, историков науки. Оно также адресовано и самому широкому кругу читателей, интересующихся культурой и повседневной жизнью Италии эпохи Возрождения.
  • Томас Андерс. 100% Андерс. Моя жизнь. Правда о Modern Talking, Hope и Дитере Болене
    100% Андерс. Моя жизнь. Правда о Modern Talking, Hope и Дитере Болене
    Томас Андерс
    Томас Андерс является одним из самых выдающимся поп-музыкантом Германии, известным по всему миру. Впервые он пишет о своей жизни, о музыкальной индустрии и об истинной истории группы Modern Talking и Дитера Болена. Открыто и без фальшивого тщеславия рассказывает он о своем детстве, начале своей карьеры, и как они сошлись со своим с Дитером Боленом. "Дитер Болен вступил в мою жизнь - и безумие обрело имя". Кроме того, он стал как бы посредником между читателем, изобразив без грима жизнь за красочными кулисами, в сверкающем шоу-бизнесе, наглядно показав, какие трюки и стратегии были использованы. Он рассказывает, как он пришел к легендарному союзу с его бывшей женой Норой, и почему Modern Talking на самом деле распалась. "На 100 процентов Андерс" это больше, чем захватывающая история, развлекательно описывающая судьбу самых известных поп-музыкантов. Это книга, которая прикует взгляд не только своих фанатов, но и всех людей, которые получают удовольствие от забавных...
  • М. Д. Андрющенко. 1937. Жизнь до и после. Судьба одной семьи
    1937. Жизнь до и после. Судьба одной семьи
    М. Д. Андрющенко
    Книга посвящена судьбе одной семьи и ее ближайшего окружения, прошедших жернова сталинского террора. Изложение носит автобиографический характер. Автор показывает жизнь опального ребенка с пятилетнего возраста, арест и расстрел отца, годы заключения матери в лагере "жен изменников родины". Уделено внимание сохранению памяти о жертвах сталинского режима. Текст иллюстрирован документами и личными фотографиями. Книга предназначена для широкого круга читателей.
  • Kampusch N.. 3,096 Days
    3,096 Days
    Kampusch N.
    3,096 Days
  • Orwell, George. A Life in Letters
    A Life in Letters
    Orwell, George
    George Orwell was a tireless and lively correspondent. He communicated with family members, friends and newspapers, figures such as Henry Miller, Cyril Connolly, Stephen Spender and Arthur Koestler, and strangers who wrote to him out of the blue. This carefully selected volume of his correspondence provides an eloquent narrative of Orwell's life, from his schooldays to his final illness. Orwell's letters afford a unique and fascinating view of his thoughts on matters both personal, political and much in between, from poltergeists, to girls' school songs and the art of playing croquet. In a note home to his mother from school, he reports having 'aufel fun after tea'; much later he writes of choosing a pseudonym and smuggling a copy of Ulysses into the country. We catch illuminating glimpses of his family life: his son Richard's developing teeth, the death of his wife Eileen and his own illness. His talent as a political writer comes to the fore in his descriptions of Barcelona...
  • Bryan Cranston. A Life in Parts
    A Life in Parts
    Bryan Cranston
    Bryan Cranston landed his first role at seven, when his father cast him in a United Way commercial. Acting was clearly the boy's destiny, until one day his father disappeared. Destiny suddenly took a backseat to survival. In his riveting memoir, Cranston maps his journey from abandoned son to beloved star by recalling the many odd parts he's played in real life - from paperboy to murder suspect, and chronicles his evolution on camera. From soap opera regular to his recurring spot on Seinfeld he recalls his role in Malcolm in the Middle as dad, Hal, and gives an inspiring account of how he prepared for the challenging role of President Lyndon Johnson, a tour de force that won him a Tony. Of course, Cranston dives deep into the grittiest details of his greatest arched inward for the personal darkness that of the most memorable performances ever captured on screen: Walter White. Ultimately A Life in Parts is a story about the joy, the necessity, and transformative power of...
  • Graham Greene. A Sort of Life
    A Sort of Life
    Graham Greene
    Graham Greene's "long journey through time" began in 1904, when he was born into a tribe of Greenes based in Berkhamstead at the public school where his father was headmaster. In "A Sort of Life" Greene recalls schooldays and Oxford, adolescent encounters with psychoanalysis and Russian roulette, his marriage and conversion to Catholicism, and how he rashly resigned from "The Times" when his first novel, The Man Within, was published in 1929. "A Sort of Life" reveals, brilliantly and compellingly, a life lived and an art obsessed by "the dangerous edge of things".
  • Patsy Kensit. Absolute Beginner
    Absolute Beginner
    Patsy Kensit
    Absolute Beginner
  • Patsy Kensit. Absolute Beginner
    Absolute Beginner
    Patsy Kensit
    Absolute Beginner
  • Patsy Kensit. Absolute Beginner
    Absolute Beginner
    Patsy Kensit
    Absolute Beginner
  • Allen, Tony, Foster, Mick. After All These Years
    After All These Years
    Allen, Tony, Foster, Mick
    This is the combined life story of Mick Foster and Tony Allen, revealing how these most unlikely of stars toured the world and entered the record books. A charming narrative told with heaps of Celtic charm, it is filled with nostalgic reminiscences about growing up in rural Ireland in the 1950s and 60s, and spans the breadth of their long career, including appearing on Top of the Pops alongside Bob Geldof and being feted by Terry Wogan, and the extraordinary moment when they found themselves at the very top of the charts, beating Take That to the number-one slot.
  • Allen, Tony, Foster, Mick. After All These Years
    After All These Years
    Allen, Tony, Foster, Mick
    This is the combined life story of Mick Foster and Tony Allen, revealing how these most unlikely of stars toured the world and entered the record books. A charming narrative told with heaps of Celtic charm, it is filled with nostalgic reminiscences about growing up in rural Ireland in the 1950s and 60s, and spans the breadth of their long career, including appearing on Top of the Pops alongside Bob Geldof and being feted by Terry Wogan, and the extraordinary moment when they found themselves at the very top of the charts, beating Take That to the number-one slot.
  • Alex Ferguson. Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography
    Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography
    Alex Ferguson
    Sir Alex announced his retirement as manager of Manchester United after 27 years in the role. He has gone out in a blaze of glory, with United winning the Premier League for the 13th time, and he is widely considered to be the greatest manager in the history of British football. Over the last quarter of a century there have been seismic changes at Manchester United. The only constant element has been the quality of the manager's league-winning squad and United's run of success, which included winning the Champions League for a second time in 2008. Sir Alex created a purposeful, but welcoming, and much envied culture at the club which has lasted the test of time. Sir Alex saw Manchester United change from a conventional football club to what is now a major business enterprise, and he never failed to move with the times. It was directly due to his vision, energy and ability that he was able to build teams both on and off the pitch. He was a man-manager of phenomenal...
  • Curtis, Tony, Golenbock, Peter. American Prince
    American Prince
    Curtis, Tony, Golenbock, Peter
    He has appeared in over a hundred films. Elvis copied his looks. The Beatles put him on the cover of Sgt. Pepper. Tony Curtis is without question a Hollywood legend and part of its Golden Age. In American Prince he tells the whole story, from his hard-knock childhood growing up in the Bronx to his wild days as a Hollywood playboy, his destructive drug addiction and his life now as an artist in his eighties. He talks frankly about the people he has known during his long and illustrious career, from the studio owners and directors to his famous friends, such as Jack Lemmon, Cary Grant and James Dean, and the women in his life, including Janet Leigh and Natalie Wood. Forthright and enthralling, and sparing no detail and no ego, American Prince is the true record of a life lived to the full.
  • Trollope. An Autobiography
    An Autobiography
    Trollope
    One of the most celebrated and prolific authors of the Victorian era, Anthony Trollope (1815–82) requested that his autobiography be published posthumously. The two-volume work, first published in 1883 and reissued here in the second edition of that year, recounts his childhood, successful career at the Post Office, and multiple achievements as a writer. Well received by the critics of the time, the work reveals the incredible discipline that enabled Trollope to write forty-seven novels in the course of his career. Of particular interest to literary scholars, the reflections on his early life show how his unhappy childhood and his father's financial problems influenced his fiction. Volume 1 covers Trollope's education and early Post Office career, before discussing his first authorial efforts. Two of Trollope's non-fiction works, North America (1862) and Australia and New Zealand (1873), have also been reissued in the Cambridge Library Collection.
  • Trollope. An Autobiography 2 Volume Set
    An Autobiography 2 Volume Set
    Trollope
    One of the most celebrated and prolific authors of the Victorian era, Anthony Trollope (1815–82) requested that his autobiography be published posthumously. The two-volume work, first published in 1883 and reissued here in the second edition of that year, recounts his childhood, successful career at the Post Office, and multiple achievements as a writer. Well received by the critics of the time, the work reveals the incredible discipline that enabled Trollope to write forty-seven novels in the course of his career. Of particular interest to literary scholars, the reflections on his early life show how his unhappy childhood and his father's financial problems influenced his fiction. Volume 1 covers Trollope's early life and first successes, while Volume 2 goes into greater detail on his writing technique. Two of Trollope's non-fiction works, North America (1862) and Australia and New Zealand (1873), have also been reissued in the Cambridge Library Collection.
  • Trollope. An Autobiography
    An Autobiography
    Trollope
    One of the most celebrated and prolific authors of the Victorian era, Anthony Trollope (1815–82) requested that his autobiography be published posthumously. The two-volume work, first published in 1883 and reissued here in the second edition of that year, recounts his childhood, successful career at the Post Office, and multiple achievements as a writer. Well received by the critics of the time, the work reveals the incredible discipline that enabled Trollope to write forty-seven novels in the course of his career. Of particular interest to literary scholars, the reflections on his early life show how his unhappy childhood and his father's financial problems influenced his fiction. Volume 2 goes into greater detail on Trollope's writing technique, and includes his thoughts on fellow writers and literary criticism. Two of Trollope's non-fiction works, North America (1862) and Australia and New Zealand (1873), have also been reissued in the Cambridge Library Collection.
  • Deborah Spungen. And I Don't Want to Live This Life
    And I Don't Want to Live This Life
    Deborah Spungen
    And I Don't Want to Live This Life
  • Andrew Wyeth. Andrew Wyeth: Autobiography
    Andrew Wyeth: Autobiography
    Andrew Wyeth
    A study of six decades of paintings by the American artist, Andrew Wyeth. The book includes comments by Wyeth about each painting, made in interviews with Thomas Hoving, that offer insights into the artist's life and art.

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