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Louis Lanne Lanne من عند توريلي، بارما، إيطاليا من عند توريلي، بارما، إيطاليا

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Louis Lanne Lanne من عند توريلي، بارما، إيطاليا

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الرسوم التوضيحية هي أفضل جزء. أنا فقط أتخيل أنني صادفت بعضًا من هذه النقوش والتفكير ، WTF؟ على Homo Cornutus "طوال حياته الطويلة ، حافظ توماس بارثولين على مراقبة حادة للبشر الذين قرنوا ... ألهمت أعمال بارثولين المخلص الألماني جورج فرانك في كتابة مقالته الأولى المكرسة بالكامل للقرون البشرية. وعد دي كورنويس ، الذي نُشر في هايدلبرغ عام 1676 ، بتغطية جميع الجوانب اللاهوتية والقانونية والفلسفية والتاريخية والرياضية ... للبشر المُقرنين. لقد كانت مراجعة جديرة ... "

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When artist Elaine Risley returns to Toronto, her home town, for an exhibit, memories of her painful childhood are stirred up. Her family's constant travel in her early years prevented her from forging close, long-lasting friendships with other girls. However, when they finally settle down, Elaine begins to hope that her wish for a girl friend will be fulfilled. So eager she is to be accepted that she tolerates merciless taunts, harassment and manipulative mind games of her three classmates. Elaine says, 'Children are only cute to adults. To each other they are life-size.' Indeed, she is driven to perpetual anxiety and isolation by the gang's abuse, orchestrated by the ring-leader Cordelia. The turning point comes when the girls force her into a ravine where children are forbidden to go. Elaine is stuck in the cold water and falls unconscious. She survives this incident and digs deep into herself to overcome the trio and break free of their politics and cruel psychological abuse. Still the scars and vulnerabilities followed her into her teen and adult years. As an adult in Toronto, Elaine goes on a journey, seeking resolution and closure. She finds her cat's eye marble which she used to keep for good luck during the painful years. Now, she sees her life through it clearly and is finally able to put her demons to rest. The book opened up old wounds for me and I was frankly driven to tears on more than one occasion. I had my own personal Cordelia as a child and could relate to everything that Elaine experienced. A painful but compelling read.