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I, Immigrant
Author: Umberto Fabbri
Publisher: Umberto\Fabbri
ISBN: 0692273158
Pages: 252
Year: 2014-08-10
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I, Immigrant explores the pains, experiences, successes and failures of those who braved uncertainty, to create a better life, in other shores. Some of the stories presented are based on actual events, but the details are altered to preserve the character's identities. Our purpose is to craft stories that inspire positive reflections about our values, and about the way we face our lives, and relate to other people, so that we can "immigrate" to the most dangerous and barren dimension we are aware of, our innermost self.
A História De Matilde
Author: Dineu De Paula
Publisher:
ISBN: 8595440395
Pages: 248
Year:
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Qual telespectador privilegiado, que pode ver e rever as cenas de um filme, o autor espiritual, Bernardo, espírito bondoso e evoluído, relata a trajetória de um grupo de almas que com ele dividiram seus caminhos ao longo de algumas existências na Idade Medieval. Neste romance, em que as paixões, sobrepondo-se à virtude, são o combustível para acirradas disputas por terras, títulos de nobreza e fortuna, muitos cairão por conta das próprias fraquezas, até a redenção perante a própria consciência, pois o encontro com o divino é inevitável e está reservado para cada um dos filhos do Altíssimo. Mesmo sendo um dos protagonistas, Bernardo mantém-se equidistante e imparcial na narrativa, ao esquadrinhar, com admirável capacidade de análise, o perfil psicológico de cada um dos seus personagens, entre os quais sobressai a figura de Matilde, sua amada.
Mediunidade - Ferramenta Divina
Author: Umberto Fabbri
Publisher:
ISBN: 0986037044
Pages: 218
Year: 2013-11
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A mediunidade e um dos assuntos mais complexos dentro do estudo da doutrina espirita, e tambem um dos que mais despertam a curiosidade de todos. O que e a mediunidade? Qual a sua verdadeira importancia? Quais sao as regras basicas para o desenvolvimento da mesma? Perguntas como estas sao constantes nao somente nos Centros Espiritas como tambem fora deles. Umberto Fabbri consegue, neste seu novo livro, penetrar no universo das duvidas mais frequentes sobre o assunto e, de forma didatica e simples, responder a todas elas. Usando de referencias historicas, passando pela teoria doutrinaria do Espiritismo e enfocando pontos essenciais do comportamento humano, ele consegue demonstrar a importancia crucial da mediunidade dentro do progresso individual. O leitor se permite no decorrer da leitura, despertar em si mesmo, sua forca, equilibrio e capacidade de desenvolvimento, reconhecendo assim sua propria mediunidade como ferramenta basica e ao mesmo tempo divina.
Portuguese
Author: Milton M. Azevedo
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521805155
Pages: 334
Year: 2005-01-13
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This accessible book provides a comprehensive introduction to the linguistic structure of Portuguese. Clearly organised, it covers the central topics of syntax, phonology, morphology, semantics and pragmatics, and explores the social and historical background of Portuguese, its development and spread in the world, and related sociolinguistic issues such as dialect variation and language planning. It also includes a chapter on Portuguese in Brazil, where approximately 80% of Portuguese speakers live. Assuming very little prior knowledge of linguistic terminology, Portuguese: A Linguistic Introduction is designed to help intermediate and advanced students of Portuguese understand how the language functions at all levels, and to give students of linguistics a useful starting point for work on the structure of Portuguese. Keeping linguistic theory to a minimum, it focuses on presenting the linguistic facts in a clear and lucid way, providing a useful global overview of the Portuguese language and its surrounding issues.
Sin and Punishment
Author: Umberto Fabbri
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1546919295
Pages: 210
Year: 2017-05-24
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From the outskirts of Paris, Jacques the peasant, departs to discover the true story behind the death of his daughter, Eliette. Swearing revenge, he leaves behind the whereabouts of his sister-in-law, Genevi�ve, who was responsible for Eliette's tranfer to the French capital.Left to drinking alcohol, Jacques engages in a crime that triggers a terrible crisis of consciousness. An accident ends up taking him to the mansion of the Marquis R. who, days later, receives the unforgettable visit by Allan Kardec and his wife, Am�lie Boudet.The reading of the Spiritist codification will motivate true transformation in the peasant's life. But it's at the Conciergerie, on the banks of the Seine River, where Jacques achieves at last what he was seeking.
A INTRUSA
Author: ANTONIO CARLOS (ESPIRITO), VERA LUCIA MARINZECK DE CARVALHO
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ISBN: 8578131525
Pages: 248
Year:
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Em uma colônia espiritual, vários desencarnados se reúnem numa sala de aula para contar como foi difícil aceitarem a desencarnação. Mas o que estaria acontecendo naquele lar? As duas filhas querendo se mudar dali, o pai indiferente trazendo para casa a namorada. O filho mais velho estuda em outra cidade. E, nas férias, começa o drama. Maria Tereza, Tetê, a mãe dos três jovens, está enferma e confusa. Simone, a caçula, também está doente. O que a garota tem? Será verdade o que ela diz? Beatriz, a outra irmã, embora adolescente, está com muitas responsabilidades e se envolve com um homem mais velho para se casar. Vê nesse relacionamento uma solução para os seus problemas. Surge, então, Armando, um colega de juventude de Maria Tereza, que nutre um bom sentimento por ela. Ele é espírita e tenta ajudar os envolvidos, principalmente Laís, a avó das garotas. Em 'A intrusa', o espírito Antônio Carlos, pela psicografia de Vera Lúcia Marinzeck de Carvalho, novamente nos brinda com mais uma envolvente e delicada história. Nesta obra é mostrada uma reunião diferente, na qual se explica o porquê de tantas pessoas, ao mudarem do plano físico para o espiritual, não aceitarem o socorro imediato e retornarem ao seu ex-lar terreno. Escrito com muito amor e ternura, este romance encanta do começo ao fim, da primeira à última página.
Carlos Lacerda, Brazilian Crusader
Author: John W. F. Dulles
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292789351
Pages: 795
Year: 2010-08-26
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From reviews of Volume I: "Brazilian Crusader is no doubt the best biography yet produced on Lacerda and the second volume . . . is certainly worth waiting for." —Luso-Brazilian Review Journalist and spectacularly successful governor, Carlos Lacerda was Brazil's foremost orator in the 20th century and its most controversial politician. He might have become president in the 1960s had not the military taken over. In the first volume, John F. W. Dulles paints a portrait of a rebellious youth, who had the willfulness of his prominent father and who crusaded for Communism before becoming its most outspoken foe. Recalling Lacerda's rallying cry, "Brazil must be shaken up," Dulles traces the career of the journalist whose unsparing attacks on the men in power led authorities to imprison him and employ thugs who pummeled him physically. Lacerda's spirited oratory helped him become Brazil's most popular congressman, but it scared the rulers of Brazil, who prohibited the broadcast of his speeches after he returned from exile in 1956. Their effort to deprive him of his mandate stirred the entire nation and culminated in one of the most dramatic sessions ever held in the Chamber of Deputies. In the second and final volume, Dulles explores the political and private life of Lacerda from 1960, when he became governor of Brazil's Guanabara state, until his death in 1977. Dulles focuses particularly on the years 1960 to 1968, in which Lacerda played a central role in some of the most drastic political changes that Brazil has experienced in this century. Lacerda's story ranges from the headlines constantly generated by his political attacks and journalistic sensationalism to private moments of personal tragedy. In telling his story, Dulles draws on hundreds of interviews, as well as extensive research in press archives, Lacerda's public papers, and the private collections of Lacerda's family and associates. This material paints a compelling portrait of an honest administrator who alienated top figures in politics, the press, and the military.
Memories of Lazarus
Author: Adonias Filho
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292753322
Pages: 184
Year: 2013-03-22
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These are the recollections of Alexandre—of his life, his death-in-life, and his ultimate death, as they are played out against the mobile tapestry of the valley where he was born. The valley itself, in the backlands of the state of Bahia, Brazil, alternates at different stages in Alexandre’s consciousness between reality and symbol. It swings from a harsh regional specificity to become the panorama of all human life, its endless, eroding wind the devouring hostility of all environments and its pain the pain of every human being in the face of his own brutality and that of others. Throughout the novel Alexandre’s mind ranges from sharp awareness, through hallucination, to oblivion (“a man dies while alive,” says Jeronimo, his mentor), and back again as he experiences the violent, obtuse phenomena of life in the valley—his universe and ours. This latter-day Lazarus leaves the resisting hills and black sky once only, hounded by the valley dwellers who believe he has murdered his wife, her father, and her brother. Yet despite his awareness of the horror of the valley and his intuition of something beyond it, it is precisely his contact with the gentler existence to which he escapes that forces Alexandre to recognize his nature for what it is. Turning his back on a greater and more varied range of feeling and experience, he chooses the narrow ferocity of the valley, to which he returns to die the final death for which the earlier deaths have prepared him.
Women's Police Stations
Author: Cecilia MacDowell Santos
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1403973415
Pages: 246
Year: 2005-02-18
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Women's Police Stations examines the changing and complex relationship between women and the state, and the construction of gendered citizenship, using women's police stations in Sao Paulo. These are police stations run exclusively by police women for women with the authority to investigate crimes against women such as domestic violence, assault and rape. Sao Paulo was the home of the first such police station, and there are now more than 250 women's police stations throughout Brazil. Cecilia MacDowell Santos examines the importance of this phenomenon for the first time, looking at the dynamics of the relationship between women and the state as a consequence of a political regime, and exploring the notion of gendered citizenship.
European expansion and migration
Author: P. C. Emmer
Publisher: Berg Publishers
ISBN:
Pages: 312
Year: 1992-05-29
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This challenging study examines the most dramatic consequences of European expansion and looks at why millions of ex-Europeans now live in the Americas while so few are in Asia and Africa and why few Africans migrated after the slave trade had been abolished. The authors further address the issues of the demography of migrant points of origin; female migration; integration or isolation of the migrants; return migration; and capital movements related to migration.
The Dead Man
Author: Georges Bataille
Publisher: Ediciones LA Calavera
ISBN:
Pages: 74
Year: 1989-01
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Mother's Day Activities
Author: Ina Levin
Publisher:
ISBN: 1557347824
Pages: 32
Year: 1995-03-01
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Children of all ages have fun preparing for a special day.