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Drachensieg

Author : Naomi Novik
ISBN : 9783641199005
Genre : Fiction
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Ein furchtloser Feuerreiter und sein Drache treten Napoleon entgegen: Die letzte Schlacht um die Freiheit beginnt! Der Russland-Feldzug war für Napoleons Armee vernichtend. Doch auch die Russen und ihre Verbündeten wurden stark geschwächt. Kapitän Will Laurence und sein Drache Temeraire verfolgen die Überreste der französischen Armee zurück nach Westen. Dennoch gelingt es Napoleon, unversehrt nach Paris zurückzukehren. Und es kommt noch Schlimmer für Temeraire, denn die Franzosen haben sein Ei gestohlen! Nun heißt es handeln oder sterben, denn die Freunde müssen nicht nur Temeraires Nachkommen retten, sondern endlich auch Napoleon stoppen ...

Drachensieg

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League Of Dragons

Author : Naomi Novik
ISBN : 9780345522948
Genre : Fiction
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With the acclaimed Temeraire novels, New York Times bestselling author Naomi Novik has created a fantasy series like no other, combining the high-flying appeal of Anne McCaffrey’s Pern saga and the swashbuckling derring-do of Patrick O’Brian’s historical seafaring adventures. Now, with League of Dragons, Novik brings the imaginative tour de force that has captivated millions to an unforgettable finish. Napoleon’s invasion of Russia has been roundly thwarted. But even as Capt. William Laurence and the dragon Temeraire pursue the retreating enemy through an unforgiving winter, Napoleon is raising a new force, and he’ll soon have enough men and dragons to resume the offensive. While the emperor regroups, the allies have an opportunity to strike first and defeat him once and for all—if internal struggles and petty squabbles don’t tear them apart. Aware of his weakened position, Napoleon has promised the dragons of every country—and the ferals, loyal only to themselves—vast new rights and powers if they fight under his banner. It is an offer eagerly embraced from Asia to Africa—and even by England, whose dragons have long rankled at their disrespectful treatment. But Laurence and his faithful dragon soon discover that the wily Napoleon has one more gambit at the ready—one that that may win him the war, and the world. Praise for League of Dragons “Novik has accomplished something singular with her Temeraire series. It’s long. It’s sumptuous. . . . It’s a story about friendship that transcends not only time and class, but species. . . . League of Dragons masterfully wraps up so many plot threads and loose ends that had built up throughout the previous eight books [but] Novik never forgets that, as complex as her ideas and plot may get, the very simple notions of friendship and loyalty lie at the heart of the series.”—NPR “A satisfying conclusion to a remarkable series.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred review) “Thrilling scenes of aerial combat are interspersed with detailed character work, moral complexities, and political maneuvering. Novik expertly balances a myriad of plotlines and characters and offers an extremely satisfying resolution.”—Booklist (starred review) “This thrilling installment is packed with action and excitement, drawing the series to a delightful and satisfying close with plenty of twists, misadventures, and aerial combat along the way.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “Novik’s fans won’t be disappointed.”—Library Journal “League of Dragons sticks the landing. . . . And the book also has an abundance of the things that I love about the series: deep and inventive worldbuilding; fabulous action scenes; so many complex characters and relationships that have been built up over the series; humor (I literally laughed out loud multiple times); and the general project of taking the nineteenth century and making it better. . . . League of Dragons is an ending to the series, it is a definitive one, and it is a satisfying one. Go read it.”—Tor.com “A satisfactory sendoff to one of the most thrilling and immersive fantasy series on today’s shelves . . . Novik packs in plenty of what made this series a hit in the first place, particularly acutely imagined battle scenes, high-stakes decisions and snappy dialogue from those delightful dragons, who have as much or more intelligence as humans, coupled with the innocent self-interest of the average cat.”—Shelf Awareness From the Hardcover edition.

Delphika

Author : August Mommsen
ISBN : UOM:39015014698800
Genre : Cults
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Die Quellen Des Griechischen Alexanderromans

Author : Reinhold Merkelbach
ISBN : 3406032494
Genre : Greek fiction
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Includes two texts reconstructed by the author as sources of Pseudo-Callisthenes' life of Alexander : 'Alexandri epistolae' and 'Testamentum Alexandri'.

R Mische Quartalschrift F R Christliche Altertumskunde Und Kirchengeschichte

Author : Anton De Waal
ISBN : UOM:39015078333187
Genre : Church history
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Siegfried Arminius Und Der Nibelungenhort

Author : Otto Höfler
ISBN : 3700102348
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Der Arische Kriegsgott

Author : Herman Lommel
ISBN : IND:39000005499384
Genre : India
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Sitzungsberichte

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ISBN : MINN:31951D00001446A
Genre : Epigrams, German
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Gottfrieds Ironie

Author : Florian Kragl
ISBN : 9783757400194
Genre : Science
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Mit Gottfrieds 'Ironie' ist ein Erzählverfahren des 'Tristan' adressiert, das auf fast allen Ebenen des Erzählens und in fast allen Themenkreisen des Romans zutage tritt. Es äußert sich primär in leisen 'Dissonanzen' zwischen dem, was eine Figur will, was sie sagt und was sie tut, und es trägt wesentlich bei zu jenem realistischen, welthaltigen Eindruck, den der 'Tristan' - verglichen mit seinen Zeitgenossen - auch heute noch evoziert. Ausgehend von diesem literarhistorischen Kasus, entwirft das Buch ein theoretisches Modell, um das Konzept und das Phänomen Realismus - im Sinne einer perennierenden poetischen Kategorie - systematisch zu fassen und historisch beschreibbar zu machen. Es leistet damit Grundlagenarbeit für eine methodisch kontrollierte historische Erzählforschung.

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