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Hochwertige Unisex-Socke aus Bio-Baumwolle. Der Stoff ist angenehm weich, hat einen edlen Griff und ist nicht zu dünn. Die Zehennnaht ist handgekettelt und flach. Die Komfortbündchen liegen perfekt an ohne zu »kneifen« oder zu »schlabbern«. Diese Socken werden fair in Portugal hergestellt und erfüllen die strengen Vorgaben des GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard. Schön, dass Du bei uns bist, Minga! Material: 97% Biobaumwolle 3% Elastan Farbe: mint/blau/gelb

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Inspired Traveller's Guide Literary Places
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Inspired Traveller's Guides: Literary Places takes you on an enlightening journey through the key locations of literature's best and brightest authors, movements and moments - brought to life through comprehensively researched text and stunning hand-drawn artwork. Travel journalist Sarah Baxter provides comprehensive and atmospheric outlines of the history and culture of 25 literary places around the globe , as well as how they intersect with the lives of the authors and the works that make them significant. Full-page colour illustrations instantly transport you to each location. You'll find that these places are not just backdrops to the tales told, but characters in their own right. Travel to the sun-scorched plains of Don Quixote's La Mancha, roam the wild Yorkshire moors with Cathy and Heathcliff or view Central Park through the eyes of J.D. Salinger 's antihero. Explore the lush and languid backwaters of Arundhati Roy 's Kerala, the imposing precipice of Joan Lindsay 's Hanging Rock and the labyrinthine streets and sewers of Victor Hugo 's Paris. Featured locations: Paris, Les Miserables Dublin, Ulysses Florence, A Room with a View Naples, My Brilliant Friend Berlin, Berlin Alexanderplatz Nordland, Growth of the Soil St Petersburg, Crime and Punishment Sierra de Guadarrama, For Whom the Bell Tolls La Mancha, Don Quixote Davos, The Magic Mountain Bath, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion London, Oliver Twist Yorkshire Moors, Wuthering Heights Cairo, Palace Walk Soweto, Burger's Daughter Kerala, The God of Small Things Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), The Quiet American Kabul, The Kite Runner Hanging Rock, Picnic at Hanging Rock New York, The Catcher in the Rye Monterey, Cannery Row Mississippi River, Adventures of Huckleberry Fin Monroeville, To Kill a Mockingbird Cartagena, Love in the Time of Cholera Chile, The House of the Spirits Delve into this book to discover some of the world's most fascinating literary places and the novels that celebrate them.

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Minga Berlin Picnic Anarchy - Unisex-Socken aus...
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Hochwertige Unisex-Socke aus Bio-Baumwolle. Der Stoff ist angenehm weich, hat einen edlen Griff und ist nicht zu dünn. Die Zehennnaht ist handgekettelt und flach. Die Komfortbündchen liegen perfekt an ohne zu »kneifen« oder zu »schlabbern«. Diese Socken werden fair in Portugal hergestellt und erfüllen die strengen Vorgaben des GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard. Schön, dass Du bei uns bist, Minga! Material: 97% Biobaumwolle 3% Elastan Farbe: hellblau/blau/gelb

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Inspired Traveller's Guide Literary Places
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Inspired Traveller's Guides: Literary Places takes you on an enlightening journey through the key locations of literature's best and brightest authors, movements and moments - brought to life through comprehensively researched text and stunning hand-drawn artwork.Travel journalist Sarah Baxter provides comprehensive and atmospheric outlines of the history and culture of 25 literary places around the globe , as well as how they intersect with the lives of the authors and the works that make them significant. Full-page colour illustrations instantly transport you to each location. You'll find that these places are not just backdrops to the tales told, but characters in their own right.Travel to the sun-scorched plains of Don Quixote's La Mancha, roam the wild Yorkshire moors with Cathy and Heathcliff or view Central Park through the eyes of J.D. Salinger 's antihero. Explore the lush and languid backwaters of Arundhati Roy 's Kerala, the imposing precipice of Joan Lindsay 's Hanging Rock and the labyrinthine streets and sewers of Victor Hugo 's Paris.Featured locations:Paris, Les MiserablesDublin, UlyssesFlorence, A Room with a ViewNaples, My Brilliant FriendBerlin, Berlin AlexanderplatzNordland, Growth of the SoilSt Petersburg, Crime and PunishmentSierra de Guadarrama, For Whom the Bell TollsLa Mancha, Don QuixoteDavos, The Magic MountainBath, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion London, Oliver TwistYorkshire Moors, Wuthering HeightsCairo, Palace WalkSoweto, Burger's DaughterKerala, The God of Small ThingsSaigon (Ho Chi Minh City), The Quiet AmericanKabul, The Kite RunnerHanging Rock, Picnic at Hanging RockNew York, The Catcher in the RyeMonterey, Cannery RowMississippi River, Adventures of Huckleberry FinMonroeville, To Kill a MockingbirdCartagena, Love in the Time of CholeraChile, The House of the SpiritsDelve into this book to discover some of the world's most fascinating literary places and the novels that celebrate them.

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Minga Berlin Picnic Anarchy - Unisex-Socken aus...
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Hochwertige Unisex-Socke aus Bio-Baumwolle. Der Stoff ist angenehm weich, hat einen edlen Griff und ist nicht zu dünn. Die Zehennnaht ist handgekettelt und flach. Die Komfortbündchen liegen perfekt an ohne zu »kneifen« oder zu »schlabbern«. Diese Socken werden fair in Portugal hergestellt und erfüllen die strengen Vorgaben des GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard. Schön, dass Du bei uns bist, Minga! Material: 97% Biobaumwolle 3% Elastan Farbe: weinrot/rot/gelb

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Analysis of 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are d...
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, University of Mannheim (Lehrstuhl Anglistik II), course: Classics of 20th Century British Drama, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead in its present form is the result of several drafts and older versions of this play, which Tom Stoppard wrote and staged. The first one was Rosencrantz and Guildenstern meet King Lear and was performed by amateur actors at a Ford Foundation cultural picnic in Berlin, in 1964. In this form the play was a one-act comedy in verse.1 In the following years the title changed and Stoppard rewrote the play into prose. At the Edinburgh Festival in 1966 the play had its break through and soon later its script was bought and produced by the National Theatre at the Old Vic. According to the Sunday Times it was 'the most important event in the British professional theatre of the last nine years.'2 The reason for the enthusiastic reactions towards the play is the fact that it illustrates the confusion of mankind in the post-modern world. Today's pluralism leaves the individual all to himself. The unity, which used to be created by religion, class or moral values, has been split up in favour of countless parallel existing societies with their own moral ideals and goals. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead is a comical depiction of two friends looking for an orientation in a world, which to them has lost its orders and values. By using Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, who are the two courtiers from Elsinore, from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Stoppard shows an unknown perspective of Hamlet. It is the one of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Without knowing the entire plot they experience the action from their point of view and constantly try to find explanations of their roles and future in the play. The lack of orientation and the absence of reliable values in this strange world remind the audience of the contemporary pluralistic society and its problems. Even though the matter is serious Stoppard manages to establish a comical atmosphere, which includes a certain self-critique as selfcontrol to prevent Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead from becoming in any way idealistic or instructive. To show this I will analyse the play from a post-modern perspective and thereby focus on the metadramatic features, which make up for the self-control of the play. At first I will describe the plot and setting of the play. Secondly I will define postmodernism and metadrama for an analysis of the play. In the context of metadrama some textual allusions to Shakespeare's Hamlet and Beckett's Waiting for Godot will be described.

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Hochwertige Unisex-Socke aus Bio-Baumwolle. Der Stoff ist angenehm weich, hat einen edlen Griff und ist nicht zu dünn. Die Zehennnaht ist handgekettelt und flach. Die Komfortbündchen liegen perfekt an ohne zu »kneifen« oder zu »schlabbern«. Diese Socken werden fair in Portugal hergestellt und erfüllen die strengen Vorgaben des GOTS - Global Organic Textile Standard. Schön, dass Du bei uns bist, Minga! Material: 97% Biobaumwolle 3% Elastan Farbe: blau/hellblau/mint

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The Reverend Billy Project: From Rehearsal Hall...
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Reverend Billy, the revivalist preacher created by performance artist Bill Talen, has attracted an international following as he has railed in white suit and clerical collar against the evils of excessive consumerism and corporate irresponsibility. In his early solo performances in Times Square he delivered sermons by megaphone against Starbucks and the Disney Store; as his message and popularity spread, he's been joined by a 35-member choir (the Life After Shopping Gospel Choir) and a 7-piece band. The group's acclaimed stage show and media appearances (including a major motion picture, 'What Would Jesus Buy?') have reached millions.'The Reverend Billy Project' presents backstage accounts of recent performance actions by Reverend Billy and the troupe's director, Savitri D, recounting their exploits on three continents in vivid narratives that are engaging, shrewdly analytical, and at times side-splittingly funny. We watch as the group plans invisible theater interventions in Starbucks, designs a mermaid hunger strike to thwart gentrification plans for Coney Island, and makes an extended effort to preserve the public nature of New York's Union Square. We follow them to an action camp in Iceland and a flop of a show redeemed by a successful impromptu demonstration in a Berlin shopping mall. As thoughtful as they are funny and inventive, Reverend Billy and Savitri D's story-essays bring to life a playful yet sincere new form of political theater.''The Reverend Billy Project' lucidly and perceptively explains the Reverend Billy phenomenon with wry, infectious humor and remarkable intelligence. Though many political activists have used theater and performance to achieve political ends, very few have left such articulate reports on what they did, let alone detailed road maps of the treacherous theatrical, political, and psychological territory they negotiated.'---Jonathan Kalb, Hunter College'Front cover' Savitri D, Reverend Billy and the Life After Shopping Gospel Choir at a patriotic picnic in New York's Union Square Park, 2008. (Photo by Not An Alternative.) 'Above' Reverend Billy and the Choir performing at the Highline Ballroom in NYC, 2007. (Photo by Eric H. Brown.)

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The Best Things in Life Are Free
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Lonely Planet's The Best Things in Life are Free is packed full of money-saving tips, tricks and recommendations for the best-value sights and experiences around the world. From parks, museums and exercise classes that are free, to insider ideas on food and experiences offered at great value, this book features over 60 major cities around the world and promises to help any traveller on a budget to make the most of their trip. For many, free and cheap things are not only appealing but essential for stretching the funds to last as long as possible for an extended journey. Yet, even on a short trip, many unforgettable days of freedom and discovery can happen on a thin budget. You quickly realise that cheap can mean much, much better. No fancy Roman trattoria dinner can truly rival the bread and cheese picnic in Villa Celimontana, a short walk from the Colosseum, on a visit to the Eternal City. Needless to say, the monetary value implied in the term 'free' can misrepresent what's on offer within these pages. The quality of an experience, after all, is not always attached to a price tag, such as the priceless experience of unearthing the world's secret wonders, whether that's swimming around Sydney's ocean pools or strolling the tombs and monuments of Delhi's Lodi Gardens. Additionally, it's an exaggeration to say that everything good is 100% free, so you'll find plenty of excellent value cheap things to experience throughout this book as well. Dip into your spare change for classy street food like a choripain (chorizo sandwich) in Buenos Aires, the best views of Hong Kong's skyline from the Star Ferry and a Boston brewery tour. Using the tips in this book, you'll be left with great memories and a grateful wallet. Happy travels! Destinations covered: AFRICA Cape Town Marrakesh ASIA Bangkok Beijing Beirut Delhi Dubai Hong Kong Mumbai Shanghai Singapore Tokyo EUROPE Amsterdam Athens Barcelona Berlin Bruges Budapest Copenhagen Dublin Edinburgh Geneva Helsinki Istanbul Lisbon London Madrid Milan Moscow Oslo Paris Prague Reykjavik Rome Stockholm Venice Vienna NORTH AMERICA Austin Boston The Caribbean Chicago Detroit Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami New Orleans New York City Portland, OR San Diego San Francisco Seattle Toronto Vancouver Washington, DC SOUTH AMERICA Bogota Buenos Aires San Salvador Lima Rio de Janeiro Sao Paulo OCEANIA Brisbane Melbourne North Island, NZ South Island, NZ Sydney About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in.

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Analysis of 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are d...
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, University of Mannheim (Lehrstuhl Anglistik II), course: Classics of 20th Century British Drama, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead in its present form is the result of several drafts and older versions of this play, which Tom Stoppard wrote and staged. The first one was Rosencrantz and Guildenstern meet King Lear and was performed by amateur actors at a Ford Foundation cultural picnic in Berlin, in 1964. In this form the play was a one-act comedy in verse.1 In the following years the title changed and Stoppard rewrote the play into prose. At the Edinburgh Festival in 1966 the play had its break through and soon later its script was bought and produced by the National Theatre at the Old Vic. According to the Sunday Times it was 'the most important event in the British professional theatre of the last nine years.'2 The reason for the enthusiastic reactions towards the play is the fact that it illustrates the confusion of mankind in the post-modern world. Today's pluralism leaves the individual all to himself. The unity, which used to be created by religion, class or moral values, has been split up in favour of countless parallel existing societies with their own moral ideals and goals. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead is a comical depiction of two friends looking for an orientation in a world, which to them has lost its orders and values. By using Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, who are the two courtiers from Elsinore, from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Stoppard shows an unknown perspective of Hamlet. It is the one of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Without knowing the entire plot they experience the action from their point of view and constantly try to find explanations of their roles and future in the play. The lack of orientation and the absence of reliable values in this strange world remind the audience of the contemporary pluralistic society and its problems. Even though the matter is serious Stoppard manages to establish a comical atmosphere, which includes a certain self-critique as selfcontrol to prevent Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead from becoming in any way idealistic or instructive. To show this I will analyse the play from a post-modern perspective and thereby focus on the metadramatic features, which make up for the self-control of the play. At first I will describe the plot and setting of the play. Secondly I will define postmodernism and metadrama for an analysis of the play. In the context of metadrama some textual allusions to Shakespeare's Hamlet and Beckett's Waiting for Godot will be described.

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Analysis of 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are d...
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, University of Mannheim (Lehrstuhl Anglistik II), course: Classics of 20th Century British Drama, 8 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead in its present form is the result of several drafts and older versions of this play, which Tom Stoppard wrote and staged. The first one was Rosencrantz and Guildenstern meet King Lear and was performed by amateur actors at a Ford Foundation cultural picnic in Berlin, in 1964. In this form the play was a one-act comedy in verse.1 In the following years the title changed and Stoppard rewrote the play into prose. At the Edinburgh Festival in 1966 the play had its break through and soon later its script was bought and produced by the National Theatre at the Old Vic. According to the Sunday Times it was 'the most important event in the British professional theatre of the last nine years.'2 The reason for the enthusiastic reactions towards the play is the fact that it illustrates the confusion of mankind in the post-modern world. Today's pluralism leaves the individual all to himself. The unity, which used to be created by religion, class or moral values, has been split up in favour of countless parallel existing societies with their own moral ideals and goals. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead is a comical depiction of two friends looking for an orientation in a world, which to them has lost its orders and values. By using Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, who are the two courtiers from Elsinore, from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Stoppard shows an unknown perspective of Hamlet. It is the one of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Without knowing the entire plot they experience the action from their point of view and constantly try to find explanations of their roles and future in the play. The lack of orientation and the absence of reliable values in this strange world remind the audience of the contemporary pluralistic society and its problems. Even though the matter is serious Stoppard manages to establish a comical atmosphere, which includes a certain self-critique as selfcontrol to prevent Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead from becoming in any way idealistic or instructive. To show this I will analyse the play from a post-modern perspective and thereby focus on the metadramatic features, which make up for the self-control of the play. At first I will describe the plot and setting of the play. Secondly I will define postmodernism and metadrama for an analysis of the play. In the context of metadrama some textual allusions to Shakespeare's Hamlet and Beckett's Waiting for Godot will be described.

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The Reverend Billy Project: From Rehearsal Hall...
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Reverend Billy, the revivalist preacher created by performance artist Bill Talen, has attracted an international following as he has railed in white suit and clerical collar against the evils of excessive consumerism and corporate irresponsibility. In his early solo performances in Times Square he delivered sermons by megaphone against Starbucks and the Disney Store; as his message and popularity spread, he's been joined by a 35-member choir (the Life After Shopping Gospel Choir) and a 7-piece band. The group's acclaimed stage show and media appearances (including a major motion picture, 'What Would Jesus Buy?') have reached millions.'The Reverend Billy Project' presents backstage accounts of recent performance actions by Reverend Billy and the troupe's director, Savitri D, recounting their exploits on three continents in vivid narratives that are engaging, shrewdly analytical, and at times side-splittingly funny. We watch as the group plans invisible theater interventions in Starbucks, designs a mermaid hunger strike to thwart gentrification plans for Coney Island, and makes an extended effort to preserve the public nature of New York's Union Square. We follow them to an action camp in Iceland and a flop of a show redeemed by a successful impromptu demonstration in a Berlin shopping mall. As thoughtful as they are funny and inventive, Reverend Billy and Savitri D's story-essays bring to life a playful yet sincere new form of political theater.''The Reverend Billy Project' lucidly and perceptively explains the Reverend Billy phenomenon with wry, infectious humor and remarkable intelligence. Though many political activists have used theater and performance to achieve political ends, very few have left such articulate reports on what they did, let alone detailed road maps of the treacherous theatrical, political, and psychological territory they negotiated.'---Jonathan Kalb, Hunter College'Front cover' Savitri D, Reverend Billy and the Life After Shopping Gospel Choir at a patriotic picnic in New York's Union Square Park, 2008. (Photo by Not An Alternative.) 'Above' Reverend Billy and the Choir performing at the Highline Ballroom in NYC, 2007. (Photo by Eric H. Brown.)

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The Best Things in Life Are Free
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Lonely Planet's The Best Things in Life are Free is packed full of money-saving tips, tricks and recommendations for the best-value sights and experiences around the world. From parks, museums and exercise classes that are free, to insider ideas on food and experiences offered at great value, this book features over 60 major cities around the world and promises to help any traveller on a budget to make the most of their trip. For many, free and cheap things are not only appealing but essential for stretching the funds to last as long as possible for an extended journey. Yet, even on a short trip, many unforgettable days of freedom and discovery can happen on a thin budget. You quickly realise that cheap can mean much, much better. No fancy Roman trattoria dinner can truly rival the bread and cheese picnic in Villa Celimontana, a short walk from the Colosseum, on a visit to the Eternal City. Needless to say, the monetary value implied in the term 'free' can misrepresent what's on offer within these pages. The quality of an experience, after all, is not always attached to a price tag, such as the priceless experience of unearthing the world's secret wonders, whether that's swimming around Sydney's ocean pools or strolling the tombs and monuments of Delhi's Lodi Gardens. Additionally, it's an exaggeration to say that everything good is 100% free, so you'll find plenty of excellent value cheap things to experience throughout this book as well. Dip into your spare change for classy street food like a choripain (chorizo sandwich) in Buenos Aires, the best views of Hong Kong's skyline from the Star Ferry and a Boston brewery tour. Using the tips in this book, you'll be left with great memories and a grateful wallet. Happy travels! Destinations covered: AFRICA Cape Town Marrakesh ASIA Bangkok Beijing Beirut Delhi Dubai Hong Kong Mumbai Shanghai Singapore Tokyo EUROPE Amsterdam Athens Barcelona Berlin Bruges Budapest Copenhagen Dublin Edinburgh Geneva Helsinki Istanbul Lisbon London Madrid Milan Moscow Oslo Paris Prague Reykjavik Rome Stockholm Venice Vienna NORTH AMERICA Austin Boston The Caribbean Chicago Detroit Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami New Orleans New York City Portland, OR San Diego San Francisco Seattle Toronto Vancouver Washington, DC SOUTH AMERICA Bogota Buenos Aires San Salvador Lima Rio de Janeiro Sao Paulo OCEANIA Brisbane Melbourne North Island, NZ South Island, NZ Sydney About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in.

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