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11. McGregor, Ewan and Boorman, Charley: “Long Way Round – Chasing Shadows Across the World” (00-894, š-1363) Publisher: Time Warner Books, London, 2004 Pages: 312, hardcover, in excellent condition

Price: 1500 RSD
Travel

From London to New York, Ewan and Charley chased their shadows through Europe, the Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and Russia, across the Pacific to Alaska, then down through Canada and America. But as the miles slipped beneath the tyres of their big BMWs, their troubles started. Exhaustion, injury and accidents tested their strength. Treacherous roads, unpredictable weather and turbulent politics challenged their stamina. They were chased by paparazzi in Kazakhstan, courted by men with very large guns in Ukraine and hassled by the police.
And yet despite these obstacles they managed to ride over 20,000 miles in four months. As they travelled they documented their trip, taking photographs and writing diaries by the campfire. “Long Way Round” is the result of their adventures – a fascinating, frank and highly entertaining travel book about two friends riding round the world together and, against all the odds, realizing their dream.

 

12. Arnold, Stanislaw: “An Outline History of Poland” (01-342, š-1198)

Publisher: Polonia Publishing House, Warsaw, 1962
Pages: 245, hardcover, in good condition


Price: 1000 RSD
World

In this book the reader will find a rational exposition of Poland’s history from the beginning of the Polish state up to recent years. This book points up the important political and cultural role played by Poland in the period preceding her partition, particularly during the Renaissance, in her international relations and in the formation of European culture.  Most importantly, it enables the reader to understand – in the light of historical experience- the sense and significance of the political, economic and cultural changes that occurred and continue to do so in Poland’s national life since the end of World War II.

 

13. Foster, Roy: “The Oxford Illustrated History of Ireland” (03-765, š-2644)

Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2000
Pages: 382, paperback, in excellent condition


Price: 1500 RSD
History

Tracing Ireland’s history from pre-Christian times to the present day troubles, Roy Foster’s team of distinguished scholars has produced a stimulating and challenging assessments of over two thousand years of Irish history, lavishly illustrated with over 200 pictures in color and black and white.

“This is a book to delight, to stimulate, to inform…a pleasure to examine…it may well be the most enjoyable history of Ireland ever published for the general reader.” Irish Times

 

14. Oberdorfer,  Don: “The Two Koreas – A Contemporary History” (01-204, š-1810)

Publisher: Warner Books, London, 1999
Pages: 472, paperback, in excellent condition

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Price: 900 RSD
Travel

While the Cold war is over in the rest of the world, a potentially deadly confrontation continues on the bitterly divided peninsula of Korea. The struggle between the South, economically and democratically fractious, and the closed, communist, militarily powerful North, has repeatedly claimed the headlines of the world, and in 1994 precipitated a nuclear showdown that brought the North perilously close to war with the United States.
Don Oberdorfer’s book is a gripping narrative history of the travails and triumphs in the two Koreas over the past quarter-century, and a probing examination of historic events in one of the most dangerous and volatile places on earth.

“The author has produced the best account in English of how the two Koreas have come to be” Contemporary Review

 

15. Keay, John: “India Discovered” (00-833, š-1288)

Publisher: Collins, London, 1988
Pages: 221, paperback, in excellent condition


Price: 1000 RSD
World

Two hundred years ago, Europe looked on India as a place without history or culture. Today, India is revered in the West as the home of two of the world’s greatest classical civilizations, and the country which has produced one of the world’s richest cultural heritages. How this change in perception came about, here reconstructed for the first time, forms the subject of this fascinating book.
The excitement of unearthing a city twice as old as Rome, or tracking down the origins of Buddhism, or discovering a literature older than anything known in Europe fell to men who were, for the most part, officials of the British Raj. For every fortune seeker and imperial chauvinist, the Raj could also boast a scholar, an archaeologist, a naturalist, for whom India was a wonder and constant intellectual challenge. This is their story.

“…exact scholarship, plus clear, strong writing, with glints of humour on every page… This book will greatly reinforce Mr Keay’s reputation as the best of the post-Raj interpreters of India for English speakers” The Irish Times

 

16. Huffington Stassinopoulos, Arianna: “Picasso – Creator and Destroyer” (01-387, š-2249)

Publisher: Simon and Schuster, New York / London, 1988
Pages: 558, hardcover, in excellent condition


Price: 1900 RSD

Biography

In this landmark biography, Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington penetrates the barriers of legend and for the first time brings Picasso to full, magnificent life. Based on five years of research and scores of exclusive interviews, “Picasso” is the richest, most intimate and revealing portrait ever done of the man whose burning passion, - for painting, for women, for ideas – were matched by his compulsion to invent reality in his life no less than in his art.  It is, in a very real sense, the autobiography of the twentieth century, a tumultuous century Picasso mirrored and epitomized in all its brilliance and all its darkness. Powerful and explosive, this book will forever change the way the world looks at Picasso – the life, the man and the art.

 

 

17. Leon, Derrick: “Tolstoy – His Life And Work”

Publisher: Routledge, London, 1944
Pages: 371, hardcover, in excellent condition

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Price: 1500 RSD
Biography

Leo Derrick starts this biography from Tolstoy’s early age at Yasnaya Polyana and follows his through Moscow, Kazan, Caucasus, through Tolstoy’s love affairs, university days, gambling losses, social aspirations, diary reflections, military service…He depicts Leo’s conflict between intellectual and emotional knowledge and desire for marriage, and the beginning of his writings during the Crimean War. Then he describes the success that his major novels “War and Peace” and “Ana Karenina” brought him and the new religion that he created, since he didn’t find the answers to the meaning of line in the Russian Orthodox Church. Over the last 30 years of his life, Tolstoy established himself as a moral and religious leader. His ideas about nonviolent resistance to evil influenced the likes of social leader Mahatma Gandhi. Also during his later years, Tolstoy reaped the rewards of international acclaim. In contemporary academia, Tolstoy is still widely acknowledged as having possessed a gift for describing characters' unconscious motives. He is also championed for his finesse in underscoring the role of people's everyday actions in defining their character and purpose. The book also includes the photos of Tolstoy and his family.

 

  

18. Hanson, Lawrence & Elisabeth: “The Tragic Life of Toulouse – Lautrec  1864-1901”

(01-418, š-2280)
Publisher: Secker & Warburg, London, 1956
Pages: 247; hardcover, in excellent condition


Price: 1600 RSD
Biography

Toulouse – Lautrec is widely known as the hideous dwarf that haunted the pleasure resorts of Montmartre, the man who lived for years in Paris brothels, the hopeless lover of a mysterious woman, the painter of uniformly unpleasant subjects, one of the finest draughts men in the world, and so on through a bewildering mass of facts, lies improbabilities and exaggerations. This book tries to sort truth from fiction; to try to explain the relationship between, for instance, the draughtsman and the playboy, the aristocrat and the poster designer; and above all to tell the story of the man.

 

19. Ellmann, Richard : “James Joyce” (01-382, š-2244)

Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford/New York, 1983
Pages: 887, paperback, in excellent condition


Price: 1900 RSD
Biography

The writer incorporated the considerable amount of new information that has come in during the twenty-two years since it was published. The additions may help to assuage some of the curiosity that still persists about this bizarre and wonderful creature who turned literature and language on end.

“a superlatively good biography of Joyce. It assembles, with a mastery Joyce himself would have admired, a great mass of published and unpublished testimony; it proceeds without the least fuss or affectation; and it is informed by critical comment of high quality, all the more effective for being sparingly inserted.” Frank Kermode, Spectator

 

20. Carden, Robert W.: “The Life of Giorgio Vasari” (00-164, š-1457)

Publisher: Philip Lee Warner, London, 1910
Pages: 367, hardcover, in excellent condition, with photos


Price: 2000 RSD
Biography

The life of Vasari – of the individual, not the mediocre artist – is one that amply repays whatever study is devoted to it. He was the first writer to set out coherently the story of the Renaissance of art in Italy: and while lacking the equipment of the modern critic and historian, he has traced the development of the sister arts from their early beginnings down to the splendid days which marked the opening of the sixteenth century. Vasari may be considered as the most prominent artist of this period of decadence. Both architect and painter, he lived in the midst of courts and his literary legacy is of great value.

 



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