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KVD VEGAN BEAUTY Plath


Стойкая, насыщенная жидкая помада для губ с мягким матовым покрытием. Комфорт и легкость на губах в течение всего дня.

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Sylvia Plath Klaaskuppel


Postimehe romaanisarja kuuenda raamatu peategelane Esther Greenwood on andekas ja ilus noor naine 1950. aastate New Yorgis. Hoolimata edust ja paljutõotavatest karjäärivõimalustest murdub ta vaimselt – võib-olla lõplikult. Tema mentaalne kokkuvarisemine, enesetapukatsed ja sellele järgnenud kuud vaimuhaiglas on lugejateni toodud erakordses eheduses. Inimpsüühika kõige tumedamatesse nurkadesse tungiv „Klaaskuppel“ on Ameerika kirjandusklassikasse kuuluv erakordne teos. See on šokeeriv, realistlik ja intensiivselt emotsionaalne, samas humoorikas ja elujaatav romaan naisest, kes langeb depressiooni haardesse. Teoses leiab käsitlemist ka ühiskonna eeldustest tulenev ebaõiglus, millega peategelane Esther on noore naisena sunnitud kokku puutuma. Tema võimetus leppida naistele ette kirjutatud koduperenaise rolliga peegeldab ka Plathi kahevahelolekut ja soovi olla korraga nii ema kui ka looja, poetess. 1953. aastal töötas 21-aastane Sylvia Plath külalistoimetajana New Yorgi ajakirjas – töökoht, mille ta sai jutuvõistluse auhinnana. Just sellest eluperioodist kirjutabki ta 1963. aastal ilmunud autobiograafilises raamatus, millega pani enese teadmata aluse uuele sotsiaalset ja kultuurilist ühiskonnakorraldust käsitlevale kirjutamislaadile. Sylvia Plath (1932–1963) sündis Bostonis ja õppis Smithi kolledžis. 1955. aastal astus ta Cambridge’i Ülikooli, kus kohtus tulevase abikaasa Ted Hughesiga. 1960. aastal ilmus Plathi esimene luulekogu „The Colossus“ ja 1963. aastal esimene ja ainsaks jäänud romaan „Klaaskuppel“; luulekogu „Ariel“ avaldati 1965. aastal postuumselt. 1981. aastal avaldatud kogumiku „Kogutud luuletused“ eest, mis sisaldab luuletusi ajavahemikust 1956–1963, pälvis ta Pulitzeri preemia.Postimehe romaanisarjas ilmunud: Jevgeni Vodolazkin „Aviaator“John Fowles „Liblikapüüdja“Stephanie Danler „Magusmõrkjas“Ernesto Sábato „Tunnel“Anaïs Nin „Henry ja June“Postimehe romaanisarjas ilmumas: Penelope Lively „Foto”F. Scott Fitzgerald „Ilus ja neetu”Kevin Brockmeier „Surnute lühiajalugu“Graham Greene „Armastusloo lõpp“

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Lorna Sage Good as her Word: Selected Journalism


A sparkling collection of journalism from the critically acclaimed author of BAD BLOOD and MOMENTS OF TRUTH.This selection of the work of Lorna Sage spans the years 1972-2001, when she wrote for the London and New York literary papers and journals, and contains some of her very best pieces. From carefully worked interviews and profiles to the snappiest and deftest of weekly reviews, we can trace the often surprising development of that very distinctive voice and follow its sharpest critical reactions to the important authors and landmark publications of our times.From George Eliot, Laurence Sterne, Charles Dickens and Mary Shelley to Sylvia Plath, Angela Carter, Umberto Eco and Salman Rushdie, Sage's unmistakable voice is here: clever, hilarious, anarchic, sly, wise, kind, courageous, genial and serious.

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Megan Gannon White Nightgown


From the ruins of ocean liners and model cities, to the dark impulses of Greek myths and biblical narratives, poet Megan Gannon casts a wide thematic net in tracing the legacy of desire in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. With the lyric compression of Emily Dickinson, the syntactical momentum and surrealist imagery of Sylvia Plath, the poems in White Nightgown examine how desire serves as both a creative and a destructive force, drawing loved ones near to us and pushing them away, destroying nations as well as shaping them. In Gannon's poems, the vestiges of desire are as encompassing as water, as enduring and semi-visible as ghosts.

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Nora Gomringer Monster Poems


Monstrare (lat.): zeigen. Nora Gomringer zeigt große und kleine Monster, innere, unsichtbare Bestien und sehr sichtbare Wesen. Sie hat die Filmlegenden der 20er, 50er und 80er zwischen die Zeilen genommen und die Monstrositäten des Alltags vor Augen. In allem und jedem ein Monster? Wenn man es gezeigt bekommt bzw. wenn sie sich zeigen … schon. Der Zyklus «Monster Poems» ist das Ergebnis des Suchens und Findens des Menschlichen, allzu Menschlichen: nie ganz beendet, an keiner Stelle, zu keiner Zeit – also immer – auf Anfang. Zum Schmunzeln sind Gomringers Monster übrigens auch: wenn sie von der Redaktion der GQ befragt werden, Norman Bates und Sylvia Plath zusammenziehen und Freddy Krüger herbeigezählt wird. Auch wie unheimlich es um Richard Gere steht, das de-monst-riert dieser Band.
Reimar Limmer hat sich Nora Gomringer angeschlossen auf der Suche nach dem Ding im Schrank und dem unter dem Bett … und er hat keine Bilder zu Gedichten gestaltet, sondern Bilder aus Gedichten.

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Tamara Kamenszain El libro de Tamar


Después de dejarlo olvidado durante quince años en el fondo de un cajón, Tamar, la narradora, se reencuentra con un viejo poema que le enviaron. Un poema inoportuno que en su momento no la interpeló ni le significó ese gesto que ella tanto deseaba. ¿Quién puede esperar, en plena separación, que el otro en lugar de un prosaico «te extraño, volvamos» intente acercarse mediante anagramas y combinaciones de nuestro nombre? Pero la escritura permanece mientras el mundo gira, y entonces hoy Tamar sí puede leer sentido donde ayer solo encontraba silencio. Un poema compuesto por cinco letras, una fecha y un dibujo desencadenará un viaje al pasado, para rescatar una historia de amor atravesada por lecturas compartidas, discusiones literarias, viajes, exilios, hijos, desencuentros. De la mano de la pareja Kamenszain-Libertella se van sumando a este relato las voces de otras parejas de escritores, Ludmer-Piglia, Kristeva-Sollers, Plath-Hughes, dando así cuerpo a una escritura tan luminosa como conmovedora que se vuelve bitácora generacional o libro de amor.

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Craig Brown The Lost Diaries


The Lost Diaries is a wide-ranging anthology of the world's greatest diarists, each of them channelled onto paper through the considerable psychic force that is Craig Brown.Arranged on a day-to-day basis, spread throughout an entire year, these diary extracts form a patchwork quilt of observation, reflection, contemplation and, above all, self-promotion. As the months unfold, different diarists offer their insights on the events that pass: John Prescott on going to Royal Ascot, Nigella Lawson on preparing Christmas lunch, W.G. Sebald on enjoying an ice lolly by the beach, Karl Lagerfeld on the need for an umbrella in Spring.Among over 200 diarists featured are Martin Amis, Jordan, Germaine Greer, The Duchess of Devonshire, President Barack Obama, Philip Roth, HM the Queen, Heather Mills McCartney, Victoria Beckham, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Sir Cecil Beaton, John Prescott, Mohamed Fayed, Harold Pinter, Yoko Ono, Barbara Cartland, Jilly Cooper, Christopher Ricks, Jeremy Clarkson, Jeanette Winterson, Sylvia Plath, Keith Richards, Maya Angelou and Frank McCourt.CRAIG BROWN has been writing the Private Eye celebrity diary since 1989. He has also written parodies for many other publications, including The Daily Telegraph, Vanity Fair, The Times and The Guardian. The Lost Diaries is the first time all his greatest parodies have been gathered together in one book. Arranged day-by-day, full of invigorating and sometimes shocking juxtapositions, they constitute a treasure-trove, choc-a-bloc with all the fantasies and illusions of our times.

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From the National Book Award-winning author of Just Kids: an unforgettable odyssey of a legendary artist, told through the prism of caf.s and haunts she has worked in around the world. It is a book Patti Smith has described as 'a roadmap to my life'.
.REVISED EDITION WITH FIVE THOUSAND WORDS BONUS MATERIAL AND NEW PHOTOGRAPHS ..M Train begins in the tiny Greenwich Village caf. where Smith goes every morning for black coffee, ruminates on the world as it is and the world as it was, and writes in her notebook. Through prose that shifts fluidly between dreams and reality, past and present, and across a landscape of creative aspirations and inspirations, we travel to Frida Kahlo's Casa Azul in Mexico; to a meeting of an Arctic explorer's society in Berlin; to a ramshackle seaside bungalow in New York's Far Rockaway that Smith acquires just before Hurricane Sandy hits; and to the graves of Genet, Plath, Rimbaud and Mishima. . .Woven throughout are reflections on the writer's craft and on artistic creation. Here, too, are singular memories of Smith's life in Michigan and the irremediable loss of her husband, Fred Sonic Smith. Braiding despair with hope and consolation, illustrated with her signature Polaroids, M Train is a meditation on travel, detective shows, literature and coffee. It is a powerful, deeply moving book by one of the most remarkable artists at work today.

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Anais Nin Henry ja June


Tõsielusündmustel põhinev päevikuformaadis romaan „Henry ja June“ on erootiline, detailirohke ja avameelne üleskirjutus Anaïs Nini seksuaalsest eneseavastusest.Teos käsitleb ühte aastat (1931–1932) naise elust, mil ta armub kirjanik Henry Milleri loomingusse ja tema abikaasa June’i rabavasse ilusse. Kui June lahkub Pariisist ja suundub New Yorki, saab alguse Henry ja Anaïsi tormiline armuafäär, mis viib küll seksuaalse ja moraalse vabanemiseni, aga selle avalikuks tulek võib ohtu seada mõlema abielu.Võideldes enda südametunnistuse ja kõlblusnormidega, valdab Anaïs Nini ainult üks mõte: mis saab siis, kui June naaseb? See on intiimne lugu ühe naise seksuaalsest ärkamisest ja intiimsetest naudingutest, tabudest vabanemisest ja mitme osalisega armusuhete vahel lõksus olemise valust.Anaïs Nin (1903–1977) teadis juba lapsena, et soovib saada kirjanikuks. Seitsmeaastase koolitüdrukuna kirjutas ta arvukalt lugusid ja näidendeid oma noorematele vendadele. 1914. aastal, üheteistaastasena, alustas Anaïs päevikuvormis kirjade kirjutamist perekonna hüljanud isale. 45 aasta jooksul iga päev kirja pandud käsikirjalised päevikumärkmed täidavad üle 35 000 lehekülje.Anaïs Nini on peetud aegade üheks parimaks naiserootika viljelejaks; ta oli üks esimesi prominentseid naisi läänemaailmas, kes sellise žanriga üleüldse tegeles. 1930. aastate algus tähistab Nini kõige viljakamat loomeperioodi. Ainuüksi 1932. aastal kirjutas ta kuus päevikut, mis sisaldavad tema esimesi katsetusi erootilises laadis. Puritaanlik katoliku neiu, kes ei suutnud enda kõlvatuid mõtteid varem isegi mitte üles tähendada, on just sel ajal oma märkmetes kirglik ja avameelne. Naine on tugevalt mõjutatud Henry Milleri kirjutamisstiilist ja sõnavarast, mis omakorda viib ta unikaalse ja ainuomase maneeri leidmiseni. See peegeldab tõetruult Anaïsi emotsionaalseid ja füüsilisi pöörasusi. Edasistel aastatel tema metsikus hääbub, kuigi seksuaalne odüsseia jätkub veel pikalt. Postimehe romaanisarjas ilmunud: Jevgeni Vodolazkin „Aviaator“John Fowles „Liblikapüüdja“Stephanie Danler „Magusmõrkjas“Ernesto Sábato „Tunnel“Postimehe romaanisarjas ilmumas:Sylvia Plath „Klaaskuppel”Penelope Lively „Foto”F. Scott Fitzgerald „Ilus ja neetu”

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Jonathan Bate Ted Hughes: The Unauthorised Life


SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2015 SAMUEL JOHNSON PRIZE‘Gripping and at times ineffably sad, this book would be poetic even without the poetry. It will be the standard biography of Ted Hughes for a long time to come’ Sunday Times‘Seldom has the life of a writer rattled along with such furious activity … A moving, fascinating biography’ The TimesTed Hughes, Poet Laureate, was one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century. He is one of Britain’s most important poets, a poet of claws and cages: Jaguar, Hawk and Crow. Event and animal are turned to myth in his work. Yet he is also a poet of deep tenderness, of restorative memory steeped in the English literary tradition. A poet of motion and force, of rivers, light and redemption, of beasts in brooding landscapes.With an equal gift for poetry and prose, and with a soul as capacious as any poet who has lived, he was also a prolific children’s writer and has been hailed as the greatest English letter-writer since John Keats. With his magnetic personality and an insatiable appetite for friendship, for love and for life, he also attracted more scandal than any poet since Lord Byron. At the centre of this book is Hughes’s lifelong quest to come to terms with the suicide of his first wife, Sylvia Plath, the saddest and most infamous moment in the public history of modern poetry.Ted Hughes left behind him a more complete archive of notes and journals than any other major poet, including thousands of pages of drafts, unpublished poems and memorandum books that make up an almost complete record of Hughes’s inner life, preserved by him for posterity.Renowned scholar Sir Jonathan Bate has spent five years in his archives, unearthing a wealth of new material. Shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize, his book offers for the first time the full story of Ted Hughes's life as it was lived, remembered and reshaped in his art. It is a book that honours, though not uncritically, Ted Hughes’s poetry and the art of life-writing, approached by his biographer with an honesty answerable to Hughes’s own.

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“Hang on to your hats, it’s a joy”, Jane Gardam, author of Old Filth
Playful, intelligent fiction from acclaimed novelist to icon Woolf: “Wickedly smart, funny and fearless, plus that rarest of all things, genuinely surprising” Patrick Ness<br> A welcome treat for Virginia Woolf fans and for new readers: engaging, fun and easy to read, set in New York, London and Istanbul. Praise for Maggie Gee<br> ‘A wise and beautiful book about what it feels like to be alive.’ Zadie Smith<br> ‘Fast-moving, energetic, constantly surprising”’ Hilary Mante<br> ‘Worldly, witty, enjoyable, impressive.’ Doris Lessing <br> ‘Maggie Gee has never written better’ Rose Tremain<br> ‘Excellent … Exciting stuff.” Fay Weldon <br> ‘A tour de force – brilliantly structured, surprising, humane, and suspenseful” Elaine Showalter <br> ‘Gripping, original and highly entertaining – Maggie Gee at her superb best.’ J G Ballard<br> ‘So rich it is almost aromatic … impressive and important.’ Nigella Lawson<br>
Indie book stores and literary landscape are key in novel. Compares the values and practices of early 20th century bookland – writing, publishing and bookselling – to those of the early 21st and the competition between print works and the digital, the material world and the electronic one (Woolf, a writer and publisher, cannot find a fountain pen for sale on Fifth Avenue; the book stores are full of sales she is stunned and thrilled by racial, sexual, and gender equality, but disturbed by things that ‘can’t be said’). Woolf’s solution – storytelling itself will never stop.<br> Love-letter to Virginia Woolf from another novelist – being her intimate friend, putting up with her eccentricities and snobberies and also seeing fabulous places – New York, London and Istanbul – though her eyes.<br> 21st century women writers still look up to Woolf as the boldest and most original novelist – she did many things that no women writers have done before. Her essay ‘Professions for women’, says women still cannot write about as freely as men on ‘the body’ {sex} –one area where 21st century women can express themselves where Woolf could not. Woolf in real life was abused by her stepbrothers, which probably stopped her enjoying sex with men. Gee’s resurrected Woolf is no longer traumatised and can enjoy sex with whomever she wants, and Gee can enjoy the 21st century freedom to write it.<br> One of few novels on Virginia Woolf, with contemporary setting. Most current works are biographical on Virginia and Bloomsbury set. Will appeal to fans of Cunningham’s The Hours, Priya Parmar’s Vanessa and her Sister Three generations of women – Woolf, middle-aged, Angela, modern bestselling author and her teenage daughter Gerda, inspired by the heroine of Hans Andersen’s The Snow Queen. Readers who like thought experiments – what would happen if a famous person from 100 years ago came back to life in the present day?<br> Screenplay in development by Emmy Award winner Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice – A&E/Disney, Little Dorrit, Northanger Abbey, Emma , Middlemarch, War & Peace, Vanity Fair, Tipping the Velvet, Brideshead Revisited, Bleak House- BBC PBS Masterpiece; House of Cards -BBC/HBO) <br> Audience: New and literary fiction enthusiasts, LGBT, readers of Woolf and women’s writing, time travel fans, comedy and satire, feminists, readers who, like Woolf, have struggled through depressive illness; those are troubled by the suicides of writers like Woolf, Plath and Sexton, readers interested in creative writing and motherhood, creative writing MFAs.<br>

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