Margherita s Notebook

Margherita s Notebook
Author: Elisabetta Flumeri,Gabriella Giacometti
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2016-07-26
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781476786025

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Escape to the winding cobblestone streets and rolling hills of Tuscany in this delicious, romantic, and charming tale of irresistible attraction and dreams fulfilled, complete with mouthwatering authentic Italian recipes—perfect for fans of Chocolat and Under the Tuscan Sun. Margherita is a spirited young woman with a passion for cooking. When her heart is broken in Rome, she returns to her hometown of Roccafitta, a small Tuscan village filled with lovable eccentrics and beautiful vineyards. She dreams of saving enough money to reopen her late mother’s restaurant and hopes she may find help from the handsome stranger in town, Nicola Ravelli. An aloof and ambitious businessman, Nicola is buying up the village’s vineyards and is also on the lookout for a personal chef. Though the two dislike one another immediately, Nicola agrees to pay Margherita well for each delicious meal she prepares for his various business meetings. But with each new dish, Nicola discovers that he is the one being seduced and Margherita realizes that she is expressing much more through her cooking than she cares to admit. Featuring the recipes for the seductive Italian dishes described in the story, including roast duck and the delectable pastry, baci di dama (a lady’s kiss), Margherita’s Notebook is an engaging and warm celebration of the power of food and its ability to nourish, stimulate, and express emotion—a satisfying read for every season.

Margherita s Recipes

Margherita s Recipes
Author: Daniela Sacerdoti
Publsiher: Black & White Publishing
Total Pages: 36
Release: 2015-03-27
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9781785300035

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Fresh from Nonna Ghita's Notebook, Margherita's Recipes is a charming little book of recipes which feature in Daniela Sacerdoti's new bestseller Set Me Free . Recipes include Tortine di mele (Apple Tarts), Paste di meliga (Meliga biscuits), Amareti Biscuits, and many more. There's also a free taster of Set Me Free for those that want to delve further into Margherita's story. Daniela Sacerdoti is the Bestselling author of Watch Over Me and Take Me Home . Set Me Free is the latest novel to be set in Glen Avich. Margherita's marriage is slowly falling apart. Getting pregnant after trying for so long may have been a fabulous surprise for her, but for her husband it was the last straw. When she needs him most, her husband is just not there for her or their children and she realises that they need time apart to figure out where their marriage is going. As she struggles to come to terms with her new life, Margherita decides to leave London and spend the summer in Glen Avich, where her mum and stepdad have just opened a new coffee shop. She needs time away to reconnect with her daughter Lara and sort out her life. But Glen Avich can have a strange effect on people, and when she and Lara start working for Torcuil Ramsay at a rundown local estate, everything begins to change. Margherita finds her heart awakened in a way she never thought possible and Lara begins a new friendship with a mysterious local boy, Mal, which makes her mother feel increasingly uneasy. And just when Margherita is finally beginning to discover who she really is, she finds out quickly how things can change and how hard it can be to make brave choices.

The Paletti Notebook

The Paletti Notebook
Author: Dick Rosano
Publsiher: Next Chapter
Total Pages: 330
Release: 2022-02-21
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: PKEY:6610000347186

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Florence, 1553. An assassin sent by Arma Dei disappears into the night, with him a collection of heretical art and writings. For five centuries the satchel, containing sketches and writings by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and many others, is pursued by kings, popes, princes, and scavengers. The Paletti Notebook lives on through rumor and legend, which also suggest that it contains the infamous Gospel of Matthias, thought to be lost forever. In modern day Vienna, a bank manager discovers World War II-era photographs that hint to the collection's existence, sparking a new campaign by opposing forces to find the Paletti Notebook and take possession of its crucially important contents - by any means necessary.

Margherita s Notebook

Margherita s Notebook
Author: Elisabetta Flumeri,Gabriella Giacometti
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2016-07-26
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781476786056

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Escape to the winding cobblestone streets and rolling hills of Tuscany in this delicious, romantic, and charming tale of irresistible attraction and dreams fulfilled, complete with mouthwatering authentic Italian recipes—perfect for fans of Chocolat and Under the Tuscan Sun. Margherita is a spirited young woman with a passion for cooking. When her heart is broken in Rome, she returns to her hometown of Roccafitta, a small Tuscan village filled with lovable eccentrics and beautiful vineyards. She dreams of saving enough money to reopen her late mother’s restaurant and hopes she may find help from the handsome stranger in town, Nicola Ravelli. An aloof and ambitious businessman, Nicola is buying up the village’s vineyards and is also on the lookout for a personal chef. Though the two dislike one another immediately, Nicola agrees to pay Margherita well for each delicious meal she prepares for his various business meetings. But with each new dish, Nicola discovers that he is the one being seduced and Margherita realizes that she is expressing much more through her cooking than she cares to admit. Featuring the recipes for the seductive Italian dishes described in the story, including roast duck and the delectable pastry, baci di dama (a lady’s kiss), Margherita’s Notebook is an engaging and warm celebration of the power of food and its ability to nourish, stimulate, and express emotion—a satisfying read for every season.

The Master Margarita

The Master   Margarita
Author: Mikhail Afanasevich Bulgakov
Publsiher: Northwestern University Press
Total Pages: 252
Release: 1996
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 0810112124

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This volume considers the Russian writer Bulgakov's work, The master and Margarita. It opens with the editor's general introduction, discussing the work in the context of the writer's oeuvre as well as its place within the Russian literary tradition. The introductory section also includes considerations of existing translations and of textual problems in the original Russian. The following sections contain several wide-ranging articles by other scholars, primary sources and background material such as letters, memoirs, early reviews and maps.

Practice based Learning in Higher Education

Practice based Learning in Higher Education
Author: Monica Kennedy,Stephen Billett,Silvia Gherardi,Laurie Grealish
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 189
Release: 2015-02-10
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9789401795029

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This book addresses issues confronting universities’ attempts to integrate practice-based learning in higher education curriculum, yet which reveals the jostling of cultures which exist within and amongst the academy, industry, government and professional bodies and other educational providers. The book engages theory in practices, and draws upon research highlighting the issues and transactions that emerge with implementation of work integrated learning arrangements as uses these resources to discuss and develop further both theoretical premises and procedural contributions. The illustrative cases derive utilise metaphors of culture in their exploration of the epistemologies, structures, politics, histories and rituals which constrain program opportunity and success in making these advances. The volume comprises two main sections, the first laying out focal issues in the integration of learning and work in higher education. This section presents the issues at multiple levels of analysis and in theoretical terms. This section provides a foundation for the second section of the book which introduces a number of research studies illustrative of the issues theorised in the first. The cases highlight the practice of workplace and higher education pedagogy. They provide thick descriptions of experiences of integration and are explicitly focused on the implementation of work integrated programs in higher education. The volume commences with an introductory chapter which sets out the range of issues addressed both theoretically and through illustration in the book and a final chapter critically reviews the contributions and acts to provide a cohesive picture of the learning practices of work and higher education and the possibilities of their integration.

Theatre Notebook

Theatre Notebook
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1976
Genre: Electronic journals
ISBN: UCAL:B3566974

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Painting the Skin

Painting the Skin
Author: Élodie Dupey García,María Luisa Vázquez de Ágredos Pascual
Publsiher: University of Arizona Press
Total Pages: 328
Release: 2019-06-11
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780816538447

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Mesoamerican communities past and present are characterized by their strong inclination toward color and their expert use of the natural environment to create dyes and paints. In pre-Hispanic times, skin was among the preferred surfaces on which to apply coloring materials. Archaeological research and historical and iconographic evidence show that, in Mesoamerica, the human body—alive or dead—received various treatments and procedures for coloring it. Painting the Skin brings together exciting research on painted skins in Mesoamerica. Chapters explore the materiality, uses, and cultural meanings of the colors applied to a multitude of skins, including bodies, codices made of hide and vegetal paper, and even building “skins.” Contributors offer physicochemical analysis and compare compositions, manufactures, and attached meanings of pigments and colorants across various social and symbolic contexts and registers. They also compare these Mesoamerican colors with those used in other ancient cultures from both the Old and New Worlds. This cross-cultural perspective reveals crucial similarities and differences in the way cultures have painted on skins of all types. Examining color in Mesoamerica broadens understandings of Native religious systems and world views. Tracing the path of color use and meaning from pre-Columbian times to the present allows for the study of the preparation, meanings, social uses, and thousand-year origins of the coloring materials used by today’s Indigenous peoples. Contributors: María Isabel Álvarez Icaza Longoria Christine Andraud Bruno Giovanni Brunetti David Buti Davide Domenici Élodie Dupey García Tatiana Falcón Álvarez Anne Genachte-Le Bail Fabrice Goubard Aymeric Histace Patricia Horcajada Campos Stephen Houston Olivia Kindl Bertrand Lavédrine Linda R. Manzanilla Naim Anne Michelin Costanza Miliani Virgina E. Miller Sélim Natahi Fabien Pottier Patricia Quintana Owen Franco D. Rossi Antonio Sgamellotti Vera Tiesler Aurélie Tournié María Luisa Vázquez de Ágredos Pascual Cristina Vidal Lorenzo

Prison Notebooks

Prison Notebooks
Author: Antonio Gramsci
Publsiher: Columbia University Press
Total Pages: 608
Release: 1992
Genre: History
ISBN: 0231060823

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"Volume 3 contains notebooks 6, 7, and 8, in which Gramsci develops his concepts of hegemony, civil society, and the state; reflects extensively on the Renaissance, the Reformation, and Machiavelli's political philosophy; and offers a trenchant critique of the cultural and political practices of fascism. A detailed analysis of positivism and idealism brings Gramsci's philosophy of praxis and conception of historical materialism into sharp relief. Also included are the author's extensive observations on articles and books read during his imprisonment"--Publisher's website.

The Notebook of Gismondo Cavaletti

The Notebook of Gismondo Cavaletti
Author: R. M. Lamming
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 248
Release: 1985
Genre: Diary fiction
ISBN: 0689114877

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Novel set in 16th century Florence depicts the sumptuousness of the Renaissance. Gismondo, a bookkeeper for a rich merchant, develops a disfiguring, incurable tumor on his face. Painfully isolated, he suffers from a secret passion for a beautiful widow.

In the Mirror of the Prodigal Son

In the Mirror of the Prodigal Son
Author: Pietro Delcorno
Publsiher: BRILL
Total Pages: 564
Release: 2017-10-20
Genre: History
ISBN: 9789004349582

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In In the Mirror of the Prodigal Son: The Pastoral Uses of a Biblical Narrative (c. 1200-1550) Pietro Delcorno reconstructs how this biblical parable became, particularly through preaching, a key master narrative in shaping religious identity in medieval and Reformation Europe.

Margaritas Made Me Do It

Margaritas Made Me Do It
Author: Chiz Rano
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 112
Release: 2019-08-04
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1087375460

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Margaritas Made Me Do It Margarita Notebook 6x9 Blank Lined Journal Gift

The Gardens at San Lorenzo in Piacenza 1656 1665

The Gardens at San Lorenzo in Piacenza  1656 1665
Author: Ada V. Segre
Publsiher: Dumbarton Oaks
Total Pages: 107
Release: 2006
Genre: Gardening
ISBN: 0884023028

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The Murder Notebooks Dead Time

The Murder Notebooks  Dead Time
Author: Anne Cassidy
Publsiher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2012-05-22
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9780802728371

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When Rose was 12, her mother and stepfather went out for dinner and never came back. Now 17, she lives with her grandmother and goes to school in London. She's always wondered about her stepbrother, Joshua, who she only lived with briefly and who was also relocated after their parents' disappearance. When Rose and Joshua meet again, they find they have much in common, including a desire to uncover the mystery surrounding their parents' disappearance . . . and a mutual passion for each other. But what they discover as they begin searching is that a much larger conspiracy--The Butterfly Project--is underway, one that puts both their lives in danger.

The Merchant of Prato s Wife

The Merchant of Prato s Wife
Author: Ann Crabb
Publsiher: University of Michigan Press
Total Pages: 275
Release: 2015-02-09
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780472119493

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The first full study of the life of Margherita Datini illuminates the role and social standing of wives in early modern Italian society