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Avant Pflege Age Protect + UV Satin-Soft Imperi...
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Jugendlichen Glanz und außergewöhnliche Geschmeidigkeit schenken Sie Ihrer Haut mit dem Avant Satin-Soft Imperial Polyglutamic Acid DUO Moisturiser. Die revolutionäre Gesichtspflege aus der Age Protect + UV Linie kombiniert natürliche Inhaltsstoffe mit ausgewählten Wirkstoffen aus der Wissenschaft und sorgt für eine perfekt hydratisierte, genährte und geschützte Haut. Mit einer Rezeptur, die zehnmal mehr Feuchtigkeit als Hyaluronsäure enthält und zudem mit einer höheren Elastizität als Kollagen aufwartet, sorgt die Gesichtscreme für geschmeidig weiche Haut - Tag für Tag. Während Polyglutaminsäure Feuchtigkeit spendet und feine Linien und Falten reduziert, gleicht Cetiol Sensoft den pH-Wert der Haut aus und erzeugt multidimensionale Sanftheit. Zudem ist die Age Protect + UV Feuchtigkeitspflege mit Isododecan angereichert, das die Verdunstung von Wasser sowie fleckige Hautstellen verhindert.Wie wird der Avant Satin-Soft Imperial Polyglutamic Acid DUO Moisturiser verwendet?Die Gesichtspflege kommt direkt nach der Reinigung zum Einsatz und sorgt sofort für Geschmeidigkeit. Tragen Sie 2 bis 3 Tropfen auf die saubere, trockene Haut auf und massieren Sie das Produkt sanft ein. Möchten Sie die Pflegewirkung des Moisturisers intensivieren, sollten Sie ihn mit weiteren Produkten aus der Age Protect + UV Pflegeserie des Herstellers kombinieren.

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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James Baldwin: Collected Essays
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"Collected Essays" is the most comprehensive gathering of Baldwin's nonfiction ever published. The collection confirms his as a uniquely prophetic voice in American letters. Included are such famous essays as "The Harlem Ghetto", "Everybody's Protest Novel", Many Thousands Gone", and "Stranger in the Village".James Baldwin was a uniquely prophetic voice in American letters. His brilliant and provocative essays made him the literary voice of the Civil Rights Era, and they continue to speak with powerful urgency to us today, whether in the swirling debate over the Black Lives Matter movement or in the words of Raoul Peck's documentary "I Am Not Your Negro." Edited by Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, the Library of America's Collected Essays is the most comprehensive gathering of Baldwin's nonfiction ever published. With burning passion and jabbing, epigrammatic wit, Baldwin fearlessly articulated issues of race and democracy and American identity in such famous essays as "The Harlem Ghetto," "Everybody's Protest Novel," "Many Thousands Gone," and "Stranger in the Village." Here are the complete texts of his early landmark collections, Notes of a Native Son (1955) and Nobody Knows My Name (1961), which established him as an essential intellectual voice of his time, fusing in unique fashion the personal, the literary, and the political. "One writes," he stated, "out of one thing only-one's own experience. Everything depends on how relentlessly one forces from this experience the last drop, sweet or bitter, it can possibly give." With singular eloquence and unblinking sharpness of observation he lived up to his credo: "I want to be an honest man and a good writer." The classic The Fire Next Time (1963), perhaps the most influential of his writings, is his most penetrating analysis of America's racial divide and an impassioned call to "end the racial nightmare...and change the history of the world." The later volumes No Name in the Street (1972) and The Devil Finds Work (1976) chart his continuing response to the social and political turbulence of his era and include his remarkable works of film criticism. A further 36 essays-nine of them previously uncollected-include some of Baldwin's earliest published writings, as well as revealing later insights into the language of Shakespeare, the poetry of Langston Hughes, and the music of Earl Hines. LIBRARY OF AMERICA is an independent nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1979 to preserve our nation's literary heritage by publishing, and keeping permanently in print, America's best and most significant writing. The Library of America series includes more than 300 volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1,000 pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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Avant Pflege Age Protect + UV Proactive Mandeli...
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Der Age Protect + UV Proactive Mandelic Acid Restoring & Anti-Pollution Toner von Avant schenkt der Haut mit sanftem Peeling ein wohltuendes Frischegefühl. Seine Formulierung vereint Mandelsäure mit Kupfer und Weizenprotein. Er befreit die Haut von sämtlichen Rückständen, Make-up-Resten und Unreinheiten. Mandelsäure schützt die Haut vor Luftverschmutzung. Sie bekämpft Altersflecken, ungleichmäßige Hauttöne und Hautunreinheiten. Weizenprotein pflegt die Haut samtweich und hilft dabei, ihren Feuchtigkeitsgehalt auszugleichen. Kupfer unterstützt die natürliche Hautfunktion und minimiert Irritationen. Es regt die Kollagen- und Elastinsynthese an. Intensive Gesichtspflege für vitale, reine und glatte HautDer Age Protect + UV Proactive Mandelic Acid Restoring & Anti-Pollution Toner von Avant entfernt zuverlässig Unreinheiten, Make-up und andere Rückstände. Er fördert die Regeneration der Haut und verbessert das Erscheinungsbild der Poren. Mit seinen wertvollen Inhaltsstoffen bekämpft er die Hyperpigmentierung und unterstützt die Feuchtigkeitsbalance der Haut. Er kräftigt die Haut und schenkt ihr neue Vitalität. Geben Sie eine kleine Menge der Gesichtspflege auf ein Wattepad. Verteilen Sie das Produkt mit kreisenden Bewegungen auf dem Gesicht. Genießen Sie zarte, weiche Haut und einen klaren, taufrischen Teint!

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Stand: 23.01.2021
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ISBN World War I and America: Told By the Ameri...
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For the centenary of America's entry into World War I, A. Scott Berg presents a landmark anthology of American writing from the cataclysmic conflict that set the course of the 20th century. Few Americans appreciate the significance and intensity of America's experience of World War I, the global cataclysm that transformed the modern world. Published to mark the centenary of the U.S. entry into the conflict, World War I: Told by the Americans Who Lived It brings together a wide range of writings by American participants and observers to tell a vivid and dramatic firsthand story from the outbreak of war in 1914 through the Armistice, the Paris Peace Conference, and the League of Nations debate. The eighty-eight men and women collected in the volume--soldiers, airmen, nurses, diplomats, statesmen, political activists, journalists--provide unique insights into how Americans of every stripe perceived the war, why they supported or opposed intervention, how they experienced the nightmarish reality of industrial warfare, and how the conflict changed American life. Richard Harding Davis witnesses the burning of Louvain, Edith Wharton tours the front in the Argonne and Flanders, John Reed reports from Serbia and Bukovina, Charles Lauriat describes the sinking of the Lusitania, Leslie Davis records the Armenian genocide, Jane Addams and Emma Goldman protest against militarism, Victor Chapman and Edmond Genet fly with the Lafayette Escadrille, Floyd Gibbons, Hervey Allen, and Edward Lukens experience the ferocity of combat in Belleau Wood, Fismette, and the Meuse-Argonne, and Ellen La Motte and Mary Borden unflinchingly examine the "human wreckage" brought into military hospitals. W.E.B. Du Bois, James Weldon Johnson, Jessie Fauset, and Claude McKay protest the racist treatment of black soldiers and the violence directed at African Americans on the home front, Carrie Chapman Catt connects the war with the fight for women suffrage, Willa Cather explores the impact of the war on rural Nebraska, Henry May recounts a deadly influenza outbreak onboard a troop transport, Oliver Wendell Holmes weighs the limits of free speech in wartime, Woodrow Wilson envisions a world without war. A coda presents three iconic literary works by Ernest Hemingway, E. E. Cummings, and John Dos Passos.With an introduction and headnotes by A. Scott Berg, brief biographies of the writers, and endpaper maps.LIBRARY OF AMERICA is an independent nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1979 to preserve our nation s literary heritage by publishing, and keeping permanently in print, America s best and most significant writing. The Library of America series includes more than 300 volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1,000 pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 23.01.2021
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ISBN World War I and America: Told By the Ameri...
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For the centenary of America's entry into World War I, A. Scott Berg presents a landmark anthology of American writing from the cataclysmic conflict that set the course of the 20th century. Few Americans appreciate the significance and intensity of America's experience of World War I, the global cataclysm that transformed the modern world. Published to mark the centenary of the U.S. entry into the conflict, World War I: Told by the Americans Who Lived It brings together a wide range of writings by American participants and observers to tell a vivid and dramatic firsthand story from the outbreak of war in 1914 through the Armistice, the Paris Peace Conference, and the League of Nations debate. The eighty-eight men and women collected in the volume--soldiers, airmen, nurses, diplomats, statesmen, political activists, journalists--provide unique insights into how Americans of every stripe perceived the war, why they supported or opposed intervention, how they experienced the nightmarish reality of industrial warfare, and how the conflict changed American life. Richard Harding Davis witnesses the burning of Louvain, Edith Wharton tours the front in the Argonne and Flanders, John Reed reports from Serbia and Bukovina, Charles Lauriat describes the sinking of the Lusitania, Leslie Davis records the Armenian genocide, Jane Addams and Emma Goldman protest against militarism, Victor Chapman and Edmond Genet fly with the Lafayette Escadrille, Floyd Gibbons, Hervey Allen, and Edward Lukens experience the ferocity of combat in Belleau Wood, Fismette, and the Meuse-Argonne, and Ellen La Motte and Mary Borden unflinchingly examine the "human wreckage" brought into military hospitals. W.E.B. Du Bois, James Weldon Johnson, Jessie Fauset, and Claude McKay protest the racist treatment of black soldiers and the violence directed at African Americans on the home front, Carrie Chapman Catt connects the war with the fight for women suffrage, Willa Cather explores the impact of the war on rural Nebraska, Henry May recounts a deadly influenza outbreak onboard a troop transport, Oliver Wendell Holmes weighs the limits of free speech in wartime, Woodrow Wilson envisions a world without war. A coda presents three iconic literary works by Ernest Hemingway, E. E. Cummings, and John Dos Passos.With an introduction and headnotes by A. Scott Berg, brief biographies of the writers, and endpaper maps.LIBRARY OF AMERICA is an independent nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1979 to preserve our nation s literary heritage by publishing, and keeping permanently in print, America s best and most significant writing. The Library of America series includes more than 300 volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1,000 pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 23.01.2021
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James Baldwin: Collected Essays (LOA #98)
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James Baldwin was a uniquely prophetic voice in American letters. His brilliant and provocative essays made him the literary voice of the Civil Rights Era, and they continue to speak with powerful urgency to us today, whether in the swirling debate over the Black Lives Matter movement or in the words of Raoul Peck's documentary 'I Am Not Your Negro.' Edited by Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, the Library of America's Collected Essays is the most comprehensive gathering of Baldwin's nonfiction ever published. With burning passion and jabbing, epigrammatic wit, Baldwin fearlessly articulated issues of race and democracy and American identity in such famous essays as 'The Harlem Ghetto,' 'Everybody's Protest Novel,' 'Many Thousands Gone,' and 'Stranger in the Village.' Here are the complete texts of his early landmark collections, Notes of a Native Son (1955) and Nobody Knows My Name (1961), which established him as an essential intellectual voice of his time, fusing in unique fashion the personal, the literary, and the political. 'One writes,' he stated, 'out of one thing only-one's own experience. Everything depends on how relentlessly one forces from this experience the last drop, sweet or bitter, it can possibly give.' With singular eloquence and unblinking sharpness of observation he lived up to his credo: 'I want to be an honest man and a good writer.' The classic The Fire Next Time (1963), perhaps the most influential of his writings, is his most penetrating analysis of America's racial divide and an impassioned call to 'end the racial nightmare...and change the history of the world.' The later volumes No Name in the Street (1972) and The Devil Finds Work (1976) chart his continuing response to the social and political turbulence of his era and include his remarkable works of film criticism. A further 36 essays-nine of them previously uncollected-include some of Baldwin's earliest published writings, as well as revealing later insights into the language of Shakespeare, the poetry of Langston Hughes, and the music of Earl Hines. LIBRARY OF AMERICA is an independent nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1979 to preserve our nation's literary heritage by publishing, and keeping permanently in print, America's best and most significant writing. The Library of America series includes more than 300 volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1,000 pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.01.2021
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James Baldwin: Collected Essays (LOA #98)
47,90 CHF *
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James Baldwin was a uniquely prophetic voice in American letters. His brilliant and provocative essays made him the literary voice of the Civil Rights Era, and they continue to speak with powerful urgency to us today, whether in the swirling debate over the Black Lives Matter movement or in the words of Raoul Peck's documentary 'I Am Not Your Negro.' Edited by Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, the Library of America's Collected Essays is the most comprehensive gathering of Baldwin's nonfiction ever published. With burning passion and jabbing, epigrammatic wit, Baldwin fearlessly articulated issues of race and democracy and American identity in such famous essays as 'The Harlem Ghetto,' 'Everybody's Protest Novel,' 'Many Thousands Gone,' and 'Stranger in the Village.' Here are the complete texts of his early landmark collections, Notes of a Native Son (1955) and Nobody Knows My Name (1961), which established him as an essential intellectual voice of his time, fusing in unique fashion the personal, the literary, and the political. 'One writes,' he stated, 'out of one thing only-one's own experience. Everything depends on how relentlessly one forces from this experience the last drop, sweet or bitter, it can possibly give.' With singular eloquence and unblinking sharpness of observation he lived up to his credo: 'I want to be an honest man and a good writer.' The classic The Fire Next Time (1963), perhaps the most influential of his writings, is his most penetrating analysis of America's racial divide and an impassioned call to 'end the racial nightmare...and change the history of the world.' The later volumes No Name in the Street (1972) and The Devil Finds Work (1976) chart his continuing response to the social and political turbulence of his era and include his remarkable works of film criticism. A further 36 essays-nine of them previously uncollected-include some of Baldwin's earliest published writings, as well as revealing later insights into the language of Shakespeare, the poetry of Langston Hughes, and the music of Earl Hines. LIBRARY OF AMERICA is an independent nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1979 to preserve our nation's literary heritage by publishing, and keeping permanently in print, America's best and most significant writing. The Library of America series includes more than 300 volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1,000 pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.01.2021
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