Growth is life, and life is for ever destined to make for light. The journey of White Fang, a wolf-dog, shows the meaning of civilization at the end of the 19th century through his experiences with humans and wild animals. The loss of his family teaches him the first rule of survival - kill or to be killed. After having tough times with his cruel master and man- gods, he accepts that he should obey their laws.
Martin Eden (ingilizce)
"He was a man without a past, whose future was the imminent grave and whose present was a bitter fever of living." This book is a semi-autobiographical work where the main character Martin Eden is one of Jack London's most authentic and realistic characters. Throughout the book, Martin, a poor sailor, develops intellectually to impress a beloved Bourgois and her entourage. Despite all impossibilities, he pursues his dream of becoming a known writer. The more he understands the values of the higher class, the more he realizes how meaningless those are. Trapped in his awareness, Martin Eden explains to the reader the difference between classes and shows the sad reality of individualism.
Polyanna - Life Must Be Filed Not Only With Happiness, But Also With Useful Work And Success
The moments we really lIve In are tImes when we can do whatever we want. Pollyanna, which has sold millions in many languages since its publication in 1913 and has been adapted to the cinema many times, once again confronts the reader with the concept of happiness, which is getting more and more difficult to describe. It is time to take a closer look at the "glad game", which is an integral part of Pollyanna's life which is full of grief... The glad game is not just the skill of finding something to make you feel happy in every negative experience. It is also about being aware that happiness can only be possible with work and effort. Happiness is not unconditional and effortless. Happiness is an action. It is not belong to the one who expects it, but the one who can reinvent it for the ben...
How Did We End Up Here
The columns in this volume are chronicles of the transformation of the Middle East order from a Japanese point of view in a peculiar moment of history when the humankind has been experiencing a great transformation and turning points. The book is going to be a searchlight which light the path of the international politics in the Middle East and East Asia, in which a steady change is going on and accelerated under the dark night of COVID-19 pandemic. Satoshi Ikeuchi is Professor of Religion and Global Security at the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology (RCAST) of the University of Tokyo. He specializes in the Middle East politics and organizes the RCAST Open Laboratory for Emergence Strategies which is the meeting point of research on the international and regional studies.
"All animals are created equal, but some animals are more equal than others." Overworking, mistreated and exploited animals start a revolution. They take control of the Manor’s farm with their motivating slogans. The farm animals request progress, justice, and equality. The struggle is real, the animals aim to achieve a completely democratic society based on the belief that "All Animals are Created Equal". Ironically, sooner than expected, the totalitarian rule is once again reestablished due to some animals’ mere nature. The book reflects events going back to the 1917 Russian Revolution and the Stalinist era of the Soviet Union. Since its publication, the work is named one of the greatest books of the 20th century, if not of all times. George Orwell’s classic satire perfectly illustrates ...
Exit From Economics
"Introduction to Economics" is the first course that introduces you to the fundamentals of economic reasoning. It involves rationality, mathematics and experience. Today, the notion no longer seems to be convincing. Generally, economics revolves around a central concept called homo economicus which refers to a prototype of a rational, economic human being. In other words, it describes an individual who acts independently and who tries to match limited resources to unlimited needs. Nonetheless, this rational being does not exist anymore. We are living in a world full of people who spend more than they earn, confuse needs with desires, "sacrifice their future happiness for familiar unhappiness". How did we become like this? When and why did the economics lose this rational human being? What ...
The Lıttle Prınce
"So when you look at the sky at night, it will be as if all the stars were laughing; as though in one of the stars I live and I will be laughing…You will have stars that know how to laugh!" And he laughed again. "And when your sorrow is comforted (with time all sorrows pass) you will be glad that you have known me. You will always be my friend. You will want to laugh with me. And you will open your window, and your friends will be surprised to see you laughing as you look up at the sky! Then you will say to them, ‘Yes, the stars always make me laugh!’ And they will think you are crazy. It will be my little joke that I will have played on you…"
One Peach, A Thousand Peaches
Samad Behrangi (24th July 1939 - 31th August 1967) was an Iranian teacher, social critic, folklorist and short story wirter. He was best known for his story called The Little Black Fish. He portrayed the lives of the children of the urban poor and used allegorical themes and symbols to criticise the Shah’s regime in his stories. He died at the age of twenty eight. Throughout his short life he had always tried to teach children about life and he had never given up teaching.One Peach, A Thousand Peaches is a story of a friendship between two poor boys and a peach tree. Sahip Ali and Polat find a peach in the landlord of the village’s garden which is protected by a greedy gardener, and they decide to plant its seed. However, one day life separates them and the peach tree whose only aim is to ...
A Breath Of Istanbul
Within these pages, we experience Istanbul life,the “you and me” that is this place’s heartbeat. Around us swirl the amazing colors of many rainbows and dozens of scents. Here the Istanbulites-Armenian, Greek, Kurdish, Jew, Alawite, Christian, the rich, the poor, the conservative, the marginal-all bear witness to Istanbul’s many-faceted selves. This novel of hope is a small reflection of what some people call “utopia” and is foremost a story about living in harmony.Lose yourself in İstanbul’s streets while wandering with me as we explore you, me, our lives, our loves, our unfulfilled feelings and wishes, our dreams, fears, hopes, loneliness, struggles, and the daily ups and downs of our fellow millennials. The meaning of İstanbul, Turkey, and the world is “you” for me. They are all “me” an...
Invasıon Of Love - The Path
This "Invasion of Love" series, comprised of three books, will create a brand new "invasion movement" in the world. The book you are holding in your hands is the 1st book in this series, and it is your first step… "The Path" "The Path" is a journey of love… That begins with you and ends with you… It is a journey upon which an apprentice sets forth, The breath of a nay player, A lover's heartbeat, A child's smile, A seed reuniting with the soil… It is the roadmap depicting an utterly different world, One that you have dreamt of within the depths of your heart… This is not simply a book imparting knowledge. These pages have been designed to alter your life. Everything in this book has been put together meticulously-from the practical applications to the breathing exercises, from