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review 2018-12-02 17:11
Il libro dell'estate - Tove Jansson,Carmen Giorgetti Cima
“… una pianta la si sposta dove può stare meglio, per una settimana ce la fa a sopravvivere sulla veranda. Se si sta via più a lungo, la si affida a qualcuno che la bagni, e può essere un po’ complicato.
Perfino le piante diventano una responsabilità, come tutto quello di cui si ha cura e che non è in grado di decidere da sé.”


Una vita germoglia, un’altra appassisce. Nel mezzo tutte le tempeste e i bisogni e le assenze tessuti in un’organza di mestizia, ricamata con vaporosa levità e rarefatta ironia.
Non c’è trama nella pagina quotidiana dell’esistenza, ma va a comporre il romanzo della vita il cui disegno è noto: nascere, vivere, morire. Questo sa la vita sfiorita. Questo va scoprendo la novella vita.

Delicato come un acquerello, con qualche guizzo di china fra i colori, Il libro dell’estate è una favola gentile. Contenuta e garbata, sfiora senza toccare, scalda senza accendere. Poeticamente algida. 
Algidamente poetica.
“Aha”.
E allora voglio tradurre l’insopportabile petulanza di Sofia come richiesta, prepotente e gridata, di quel mancato slancio istintivo e umano capace di attenuare, per quanto possibile, il dolore della perdita e il senso di smarrimento e rabbia. 
Un modo per chiedere qualcosa di più. Alla nonna. E alla penna di Tove. 
Fuoco e sale anziché algida poesia.
“Aha”, direbbe Sofia.
“Aha”, ripeterebbe la nonna.
“Aha”, aggiungo io. Perché? C’è una bambina di sei anni alle prese con l'elaborazione del lutto, e mai un abbraccio.



P.S. Ci sarebbe qualcosa da dire anche sulla traduzione. “Aha”.

 

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review 2018-10-18 17:52
Great photos, scant details.
The Occult, Witchcraft & Magic an illustrated history - Christopher Dell

The pictures are pretty but it's a bit all over the place, plus you have to go to the back of the book to get the picture credits to see if the illustration is contemporary to the topic being discussed or a later impression, which can be important because pictures can be coloured by culture, learning and biases and what the artists is commenting about.

This book left me wanting more, more detail, more information and defiintely a better time0line. It starts from very eurocentric classical history bias and runs through the european experience before including african and american and it's a fairly superficial look. Howver the bibliography is extensive.

An interesting coffee table book about magic and the occult.

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review 2018-09-23 12:53
Mistletoe in Texas (Texas Rodeo #5) by Kari Lynn Dell
Mistletoe In Texas - Kari Lynn Dell

 

 

What's that saying about pride before a fall? Young love becomes adult mayhem, when a wandering cowboy revisits his past regrets. Mistletoe in Texas is a look at how foolish pride could have life long repercussions. For Grace and Hank emotions didn't turn out so well. The first time around was a bust that left a great deal of collateral damage. Neither realized the impact of the choice they made to walk away. As they say too little to late. When the life found turns out not to be the one hoped for is when it helps to rethink a few things. Whether you agree or disagree with many of Grace's choices and a few of Hank's, a few things have to be remembered. When young we don't always use our heads, but listen with our hearts. That's a casualty that makes us human. The lessons we learn from our mistakes are what help us to grow into a more understanding person. Dell reminds us what it means to be young and in love. The innocence, heartache and hopefulness, but loving also means a willingness to forgive and move forward. In this maze of hurtful secrets and foolish pride, we find the truth of what love is...FORGIVING.

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url 2018-08-24 06:47
Boost Your Dell Inspiron 1525

A battery is the core component of any laptop without which nothing is possible. But there are times when it becomes to regain the life and power of a battery once lost. So is the case with Dell Inspiron.

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url 2018-06-11 08:25
Make Sure The Laptop Battery Has Charge

If your Laptop battery has no change left and the AC adapter failed. You should try another charger and charge the laptop. If the laptop won’t charge or turn on. You need to replace the battery & adapter.

Source: noramsinger.doodlekit.com/blog/entry/4491393/my-dell-adamo-xps-is-not-turning-on-no-display-how-to-fix-it
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