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Всё для женщины №34/2020

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«Все для женщины» – самый популярный прикладной женский журнал, призванный облегчить и украсить жизнь своих читательниц. Дает оригинальные, но простые и актуальные советы по всем сторонам жизни современной женщины. Предлагает читательницам опыт других женщин и лучших экспертов. Журнал вдохновляет женщин, делая их жизнь насыщенной и комфортной. Более 100 идей в каждом номере.

Всё для женщины №33/2020

Группа авторов

«Все для женщины» – самый популярный прикладной женский журнал, призванный облегчить и украсить жизнь своих читательниц. Дает оригинальные, но простые и актуальные советы по всем сторонам жизни современной женщины. Предлагает читательницам опыт других женщин и лучших экспертов. Журнал вдохновляет женщин, делая их жизнь насыщенной и комфортной. Более 100 идей в каждом номере.

Covid-19: Recover from Coronavirus Now

Igor Kryan

1 Million infected with COVID 19 and the number is growing. This book will teach you how to recover from this 2020 Plague. Also, do you or your family suffers from Coronavirus, Stroke, Alzheimer or Cancer? As a bonus, this book will teach you the best methods to deal with those illnesses You don't have to suffer anymore. There are very effective and cheap remedies that Big Phrama don't want to you to get your hands on, because they cannot profit from them. I priced this book as cheap as possible, not profiting from it because everyone deserves to know this vital information.

The Selected Letters of Pliny

Pliny the Younger

Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus, better known as Pliny the Younger was a lawyer, author, and magistrate of Ancient Rome. Born of the equestrian rank, the lower of the two Roman aristocratic orders, Pliny would ascend to the higher rank, the senatorial order, by being elected Quaestor in his late twenties. The nephew of Pliny the Elder, Pliny the Younger would have correspondence with numerous important Roman figures throughout his lifetime, including the Emperor Trajan, of which the latter portion of this work focuses on. This representative selection of Pliny the Younger’s letters serves as an important first hand document of Roman life and politics during the first century AD.

Letters from a Stoic (The Epistles of Seneca)

Seneca

In ancient Rome, Seneca the Younger rose to power as a politician and statesman during the middle of his life. After being exiled by Emperor Caligula, he was finally welcomed back to Rome as Nero's minister. He gained significant wealth, though Seneca often despised his own standing because of his personal philosophy. At the end of his life, Seneca wrote a number of letters to the Roman governor of Sicily. From this collection of letters comes «Letters from a Stoic.» In this work, the philosopher wrote about the essential tenants of Stoicism and how to follow a philosophy that required a person to humanize a society that was often cold and difficult. Many people read these letters and come away with a greater understanding of Stoicism; the people who practiced Stoicism often lived the phrase «actions speak louder than words,» meaning that Stoics wanted their deeds to exhibit their rational and calm nature. The texts in «Letters from a Stoic» also reveal how Seneca and his contemporaries wanted people to treat others with the same respect they wanted for themselves. He was disgusted with the harsh and unethical treatment of slaves that was prevalent at the time, and he was against Nero's idea of entertainment which entailed throwing martyrs, gladiators, and animals into a fighting arena. Although Stoicism is not now as widely practiced as it once was, many people can still find wisdom and inspiration through Seneca's words and letters.

Letters on England

Voltaire

Voltaire (1694-1778) was a noted French playwright, poet, short story writer and most importantly, political satirist, who is remembered as one of the foremost philosophers of the Age of Enlightenment. Voltaire believed in personal freedom and a person's duty to use reason in challenging social and political abuses, as well as religious intolerance. In 1725, following a brief bout in prison, Voltaire departed for England where he spent the next three years in the company of intellectuals like Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. After his return to France, Voltaire set out to write «Lettres Philosophiques», or «Letters on England», in which he challenged the old regime of France with brief, epigrammatic essays on the political liberty, religious tolerance and commercial enterprise of the British. The work – which was soon condemned by the French censor and all copies ordered to be seized – praises the English political and trade systems, the peaceful interaction between Quakers, Anglicans, Presbyterians and other religious orders, and the works of British icons like Francis Bacon, John Locke, Isaac Newton and William Shakespeare.

The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh

Though completely unappreciated during his lifetime, Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) is one of the most recognizable names in the art world today. Though it would make sense that Van Gogh's life would be greatly undocumented, this is not the case. «The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh» is a collection of the correspondences between Van Gogh and his brother, Theo, that gives an incredibly enthralling look into the life of this genius. Tormented by loss of religious faith, poverty, and lack of success as a painter, Van Gogh also had bouts of elation, and every emotion on the human spectrum is illustrated in these letters. Some have described these letters as one of the most remarkable collections in the history of art or even literature: a truly invaluable compilation.

Letters of Anton Chekhov

Anton Chekhov

Collected here are the letters of famed master of the short story, Anton Chekhov (1860-1904). The son of a former serf in southern Russia, Chekhov attended Moscow University to study medicine, writing short stories for periodicals in order to support his family. What began as a necessity became a legitimate career in 1886 when he was asked to write in St. Petersburg for the Novoye Vremya (New Times), owned by millionaire magnate Alexey Suvorin. Chekhov began paying more attention to his writing, revising and developing his own principles and conceptions of truth, for a time coming under the influence of Leo Tolstoy. The letters in this volume illustrate the charming blend of narration and wit that comprise Chekhov's signature style. Ranging from love letters, discussions of literature with publishers and directors, and descriptions of the landscapes, people and preoccupations of his daily life, this collection lets readers see inside the mind of one of the world's greatest writers.