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70. Hunt, Step

hen: “The Kingdom Beyond the Waves” (Š- 2714; DB- 03-501)
Publisher: Harper Voyager, London, 2008
Pages: 556

Price: 1800 RSD
Fiction

Professor Amelia Harsh is obsessed with finding the lost civilization of Camlantis, a legendary city from pre-history that is said to have conquered hunger, war and disease with the creation of the perfect pacifist society. But when she returns home to Jackals from her latest archaeological misadventure she finds that the university council has stripped her of her position in retaliation for her heretical research.
“The characters are convincing and colourful, but the real achievement is the setting, a hellish take on Victorian London…the depth and complexity of Hunt’s vision makes it compulsive reading for all ages” – The Guardian

 

71. Flaubert, Gustave: “Madame Bovary” (Š- 2547; DB – 01-260)
Publisher: The World’s Best Reading, New York, London, 2005
Pages: 357

PRODATO
Price: 1400 RSD
Fiction

Madame Bovary (1856) is Gustave Flaubert's first published novel and is considered by many critics to be a masterpiece. The story focuses on a doctor's wife, Emma Bovary, who has adulterous affairs and lives beyond her means in order to escape the banalities and emptiness of provincial life. Though the basic plot is rather simple, even archetypal, the novel's true art lies in its details and hidden patterns. Flaubert was a notorious perfectionist and claimed always to be searching for le mot juste ("the precise word").

 

72. Ash, Russell: “Whitaker’s World of Facts” (Š- 1750; DB- 01-313)
Publisher: A&C Black, London, 2009
Pages: 320

Price: 1000 RSD
Different

Why is 13 unlucky? How do astronauts go to the toilet? What are the most dangerous jobs? Who had hiccups for 68 years? Where is there a cockroach museum?
This single volume family reference book comes from the publishers of the renowned Whitaker's Almanack. It combines the most up-to-date, 'must have' information on every important subject on earth with lashings of fact files and world record-breakers and Russell Ash's compelling 'top ten' style lists - all lavishly illustrated with full colour photographs. Hugely entertaining and informative in equal measure, this book is a superb reference title for all the family. "Places, people, dates, animals, events - this 320-page tome is packed with enough facts to end any family dispute. A Christmas read to dip into again and again.

 

 

73. Fraser, Antonia: “The Pleasure of Reading” (Š- 2281; DB – 01-419)
Publisher: Bloomsbury, London, 1999
Pages: 251

Price: 1900 RSD
Different

The author has brought together forty leading writers to reveal their own literary loves. Their ages range over fifty-three years; from Catherine Cookson born in 1906 to Jeanette Winterson born in 1959. The countries in which they were brought up include Canada and China, Ireland and India, New Zealand and Nigeria, Syria and Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), but they all share a passion for reading. They describe the comics and childhood classics that first inspired them to read – and what today continues to do so. Many of the authors list a selection of their favourite books.
Accompanying each of the pieces, which are by turns moving, funny and exhilarating, are specially commissioned illustrations by forty illustrators.

74. “Everyday Life Through the Ages” (Š- 1032; DB – 01-038)
Publisher: the Reader’s Digest
Pages: 384

Price: 2000 RSD
Different

A fast-paced, lavishly illustrated social history of the world - explore the day-to-day life of ordinary people from the Stone Age to the turn of the 20th century. It includes the exciting, funny, interesting stories that give an accurate picture of how people lived. It contains accounts of the daily lives of such contrasting people as a roman centurion, a Saxon ploughman, a Sumerian schoolchild, a medieval nun, a North American trapper, a pilgrim on the road to Compostela, and a Victorian pauper.

 

75. Plowden, A., Halahan, F.: “Looking After Antiques” (Š- 944; DB- 01-006)
Publisher: Pan Books, London, 1987
Pages: 224

Price: 1500 RSD
Art

With superb colour photographs and step-by-step diagrams and drawings, the authors – both expert practicing conservators – explain how to handle objects, how to ascertain their condition, how to arrange the safest of environments for them, and how to avoid those factors that could cause damage.
They offer specific instructions on the cleaning, storage and display of objects made of wood, metals, glass, ceramics, textiles, paper or stone, as well as paintings, clocks and watches, and ‘organics’ such as leather, wax, feathers, and pearls. They provide guidance on getting expert cleaning and restoration done in the cases where it may be necessary.
This book inspires and informs everyone with a passion for the irreplaceable things in life.

 

 

76. Hunter, Joanna: “A Century in Photographs” (Š- 862; DB- 01-332)
Publisher: Times Books, London, 1999
Pages: 214

Price: 1600 RSD
Art

A Century in photographs is a remarkable record of the changing face of Britain in the 20th century. Each year of the century is illustrated by a single memorable image from The Times’s immense photograph archive. A simple text commentary accompanies every picture, placing it deftly in its historical context and highlighting its more unusual features.
Fashion, leasure, war, social change, technology, industry, work, children, royalty, politicians, the poor, the rich – all find their way into this magnificent and unique record of a country and a century.

 

77. Newby, Eric : « The World Atlas of Exploration » (Š- 1746 ; DB – 01-253)
Publisher : AH Artists House, London, 1982
Pages : 288
Price : 1000 RSD
Travel, Exploration

Since earliest times, men have stepped beyond the horizons accepted placidly by their fellows. With each step the world has grown larger and so has man’s knowledge of himself. The gripping story of these pathfinders is told in The World Atlas of Exploration – but with a  new depth and appreciation. The book also looks at the consequences of discovery. Where the new land was prepared to accept the presence of man, new nations have been created. Some, unhappily, have been destroyed. All this – the motives, the means, the consequences – is to be found in The World Atlas of Exploration ; 288 pages of text, illustrations and specially drawn maps, which have been designed to form self-contained stories in their own right.

 

78. Gulland, R. M. and Dejevsky, N. : « Cultural Atlas of Russia and the Soviet Union » (Š- 1790 ; DB – 01-246)
Publisher : Time Life Books, Amsterdam, 1992
Pages : 240
Price : 1500 RSD
History

The publication of this important book is a timely reminder that now, more than at any time since the Revolution, Russian culture has captured the interest of the rest of the world. Leaving aside its sheer size, population and status as a superpower, the Soviet Union is once again emerging as a civilized and civilizing force in international affairs, thanks largely to the policies of perestroika and glasnost being so energetically pursued by its current leadership.
An opening section of the atlas provides the geographical and ethnographic context for the cultural history that follows. The book ends with a spectacular portrait in maps, text and pictures of each republic within the Soviet Union.  The book contains 46 maps and 295 illustrations (214 in colour).

 

79. Saint Augustine : « The City of God » (Š – 1912 ; DB – 01-016)

PRODATO

Publisher : Penguin Books, London, 2003
Pages : 1097
Price : 1500 RSD
Religion

St Augustine, a bishop of Hippo, is one of the central figures in the history of Christianity, and City of God is one of his greatest theological works. Written as an eloquent defence of the faith at a time when the Roman Empire was on the brink of collapse, it examines the ancient pagan religions of Rome, the arguments of the Greek philosophers and the revelations of the Bible. Pointing the way forward to a citizenship that trascends  worldly politics and will last for eternity, City of God is one of the most influential documents in the development of Christianity.
This edition contains a new introduction that examines the text in the light of contemporary Greek and Roman thought and political change.  It demonstrates the importance of religious and literary influences on St Augustine and his significance as a Christian thinker. There is also a chronology and a bibliography.

 

 


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