Corelli s Mandolin

The idyllic world of the Greek island of Cephallonia is forever changed by the inexorable changes of World War II, as the inhabitants struggle to cope with the Axis invasion and occupation

Author: Louis De Bernières

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780679763970

Category: Fiction

Page: 437

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The idyllic world of the Greek island of Cephallonia is forever changed by the inexorable changes of World War II, as the inhabitants struggle to cope with the Axis invasion and occupation

Captain Corelli s Mandolin

The novel follows their adventures as Italy switches sides, the Germans invade and the war turns into a free for all.

Author: Louis De Bernières

Publisher: Vintage Books USA

ISBN: 9780099422044

Category: Cephalonia (Greece : Municipality)

Page: 534

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A tragicomedy on a Greek island during World War II. The hero is Antonio Corelli, a mandolin-playing captain of the occupying Italian army, the heroine is Pelagia Iannis, daughter of a local doctor, who is engaged to a Greek resistance leader, Corelli's enemy. The novel follows their adventures as Italy switches sides, the Germans invade and the war turns into a free for all.


The Encyclopedia of Epic Films

Corelli's Mandolin. New York: Vintage Books, 1994. Dimaras, K. T. History ofModern Greek Literature. Athens: Ikaros, 1975. Ebert, Roger. “Captain Corelli's ...

Author: Constantine Santas

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 0810882485

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 712

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Soon after film came into existence, the term epic was used to describe productions that were lengthy, spectacular, live with action, and often filmed in exotic locales with large casts and staggering budgets. The effort and extravagance needed to mount an epic film paid off handsomely at the box office, for the genre became an immediate favorite with audiences. Epic films survived the tribulations of two world wars and the Depression and have retained the basic characteristics of size and glamour for more than a hundred years. Length was, and still is, one of the traits of the epic, though monolithic three- to four-hour spectacles like Gone with the Wind (1939) and Lawrence of Arabia (1962) have been replaced today by such franchises as the Harry Potter films and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Although the form has evolved during many decades of existence, its central elements have been retained, refined, and modernized to suit the tastes of every new generation. The Encyclopedia of Epic Films identifies, describes, and analyzes those films that meet the criteria of the epic—sweeping drama, panoramic landscapes, lengthy adventure sequences, and, in many cases, casts of thousands. This volume looks at the wide variety of epics produced over the last century—from the silent spectacles of D. W. Griffith and biblical melodramas of Cecil B. DeMille to the historical dramas of David Lean and rollercoaster thrillers of Steven Spielberg. Each entry contains: Major personnel behind the camera, including directors and screenwriters Cast and character listings Plot summary Analysis Academy Award wins and nominations DVD and Blu-ray availability Resources for further study This volume also includes appendixes of foreign epics, superhero spectaculars, and epics produced for television, along with a list of all the directors in the book. Despite a lack of overall critical recognition and respect as a genre, the epic remains a favorite of audiences, and this book pays homage to a form of mass entertainment that continues to fill movie theaters. The Encyclopedia of Epic Films will be of interest to academics and scholars, as well as any fan of films made on a grand scale.

Perpetual Abducted

4's eyelashes, she thought of Dr. Iannis, and his daughter Pelgia in Captain Corellis Mandolin. They reminded her of her father and his Castilian Spanish ...

Author: Brian Huey

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 194937906X

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Page: 374

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Malicious nemeses continue to plot against Matthew and Maria as they race toward destiny. Book three sets in place the pieces of a puzzling mosaic. With an extrasensory gift for finding evidence and unraveling clues, Maria focusses on the files of murdered college students. All the while, Matthew advances his studies in law and science as he struggles to solve the mystery of the most significant quantum energy quest in history. The ghost of Cracker Jack, the three dead crows, Matthew's nefarious brother, and the Jobrani Maher brothers confound the sharpest law enforcement minds. Does Chief Tanner have the answers? Is Estebanez MIA? Will Agent Flannigan fail again? Who is Alex Scofield? Who is Francis O'Connell? Who is stalking Penelope? Time is running out as the hours click away. Book three in the Perpetual series trolls through the hooking plots of the first two books. Once again, Matthew and Maria's lives encounter chaos. Perpetual Abduction reels you in toward a heart-wrenching end.

Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Textile Terms

Arylide yellow: A light-yellow mentioned in Louis de Berniere's Captain Corellis Mandolin (also known as Hansa yellowand cadmium yellow).

Author: Kolanjikombil Matthews

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0429893353

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 408

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Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Textile Terms is a reference dictionary with a short explanation of textile terms in spinning, weaving, processing and garmenting fields. The book is meant for all textile related personae, especially for textile students, textile processors and garmenting technicians. It will be an asset for merchandisers and buying offices for quick reference. It is a handy reference book for students as well as the faculty.

The Oxford Handbook of Publishing

... and illustration was revived with the success of designs by Jeff Fisher in the 1990s, notably the influential Captain Corellis Mandolin (Vintage, 1998).

Author: Angus Phillips

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0192512730

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 488

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Publishing is one of the oldest and most influential businesses in the world. It remains an essential creative and knowledge industry, worth over $140 billion a year, which continues to shape our education and culture. Two trends make this a particularly exciting time. The first is the revolution in communications technology that has transformed what it means to publish; far from resting on their laurels and retreating into tradition, publishers are doing as they always have - staying on the cutting edge. The second is the growing body of academic work that studies publishing in its many forms. Both mean that there has never been a more important time to examine this essential practice and the current state of knowledge. The Oxford Handbook of Publishing marks the coming of age of the scholarship in publishing studies with a comprehensive exploration of current research, featuring contributions from both industry professionals and internationally renowned scholars on subjects such as copyright, corporate social responsibility, globalizing markets, and changing technology. This authoritative volume looks at the relationship of the book publishing industry with other media, and how intellectual property underpins what publishers do. It outlines the complex and risky economics of the industry and examines how marketing, publicity, and sales have become ever more central aspects of business practice, while also exploring different sectors in depth and giving full treatment to the transformational and much discussed impact of digital publishing. This Handbook is essential reading for anyone interested in publishing, literature, and the business of media, entertainment, culture, communication, and information.


Touring the Screen

Film Tourism and Destination Marketing: The Case of Captain Corellis Mandolin. Journal ofVacation Marketing, 12(3): 256–68. Hughes, O. 2008.

Author: Alfio Leotta

Publisher: Intellect Books

ISBN: 1841504750

Category: Art

Page: 231

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THE STORY: The fifth play in a cycle of plays about the author's Irish family, THE STEWARD OF CHRISTENDOM is a freely imagined portrait of the author's great-grandfather, Thomas Dunne, the last Chief Superintendent of the Dublin Metropolitan Police, an or

Modern British Playwriting The 1990s

Louis de Berni'eres, Captain Corellis Mandolin (Second World War love story). J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone (fantasy set in ...

Author: Aleks Sierz

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408157128

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 352

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British theatre of the 1990s witnessed an explosion of new talent and presented a new sensibility that sent shockwaves through audiences and critics. What produced this change, the context from which the work emerged, the main playwrights and plays, and the influence they had on later work are freshly evaluated in this important new study in Methuen Drama's Decades of Modern British Playwriting series. The 1990s volume provides a detailed study by four scholars of the work of four of the major playwrights who emerged and had a significant impact on British theatre: Sarah Kane (by Catherine Rees), Anthony Neilson (Patricia Reid), Mark Ravenhill (Graham Saunders) and Philip Ridley (Aleks Sierz). Essential for students of Theatre Studies, the series of six decadal volumes provides a critical survey and study of the theatre produced from the 1950s to 2009. Each volume features a critical analysis of the work of four key playwrights besides other theatre work, together with an extensive commentary on the period. Readers will understand the works in their contexts and be presented with fresh research material and a reassessment from the perspective of the twenty-first century. This is an authoritative and stimulating reassessment of British playwriting in the 1990s.

Frank Skinner Autobiography

... "What's this you're getting Captain Corellis Mandolin? Why are you buying that? I've never met Louis de Carbonari, or whatever his stupid name is.

Author: Frank Skinner

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1409065243

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 416

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A hilarious autobiography from one of Britain's funniest and most successful comedians. Born Chris Collins in 1957, Frank Skinner he grew up in the West Midlands where he inherited his father's passion for football - and alcohol. Expelled from school at 16, Frank had been nurturing a serious drink problem from the age of 14, but managed to go teetotal in 1987. Along with personal revelations, it helped turn his life around. His first television appearance in 1988 was met with raucous laughter from the audience - and 131 complaints, including one from cabinet minister Edwina Currie. He met fellow comedian David Baddiel in 1990, and the two went on to share a flat throughout the early 90s and to create the hit TV series Fantasy Football League. Winner of the prestigious Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Festival, Skinner's comedy is a groundbreaking mix of laddish and philosophical humour, one which has helped shape the British comedy scene ever since. From The Frank Skinner Show to co-writing the football's-coming-home classic Three Lions, his career has never been boring. Here, for the first time, Frank candidly tells us of the highs and lows of his fascinating life.

SOE and The Resistance

Louis de Bernieres's novel Captain Corellis Mandolin (1994) illustrates the grim fate of Italians garrisoning the Greek islands at the hands of their ...

Author: Michael Tillotson

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1441143564

Category: History

Page: 296

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SOE and The Resistance describes the extraordinary contribution to the allied war effort made by the Special Operations Executive, from its formation in 1940 to the end of the war. Within a broadly chronological framework, the book illustrates how resistance was stimulated among the subjugated populations of Europe and the Far East, leading to the sabotage of industry and communications critical to the Axis cause. Ranging from France, through Scandinavia, the Low Countries , North Africa, the Balkans and the Far East, the story unfolds through the lives of the heroic men and women who served with the SOE in enemy-held territory, as recorded in their obituaries in The Times.

A Restless Evil

The girl was reading too, Captain Corellis Mandolin. The fourth occupant of their quartet of seats was a middle-aged man in a business suit who'd fallen ...

Author: Ann Granger

Publisher: Minotaur Books

ISBN: 9781429974479

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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The officer on duty at Bamford police station is skeptical when he takes a call from Guy Morgan. Morgan claims to have stumbled upon human bones in Stovey Woods in the heart of the Cotswalds, but surely animal bones are more likely? Morgan, though, is a doctor as well as a hiker, and he knows exactly what he's found. It sends a shiver down Detective Alan Markby's spine when he hears the news. Twenty-two years ago, as a fresh-faced young inspector, he had a rare failure: His hunt for a brutal serial rapist preying on local women in the Stovey woods came up empty. After the third rape, the attacker disappeared, never to be heard of again. Now, with a new investigation prompted by Morgan's grisly discovery, the trail could be warm once more. But almost at once Markby is confronted with another body and a thoroughly up-to-date murder. Markby's lover, Meredith Mitchell, can't help but wonder: Could the two be connected? But as both are about to find out, it seems that some of the village residents would be just as happy to let sleeping dogs lie and secrets-both old and new-stay hidden...

A Partisan s Daughter

Captain Corellis Mandolin won the Commonwealth Writers' Prize, Best Book, 1995. His novel Bird. Without Wings was published to great acclaim in 2004. Fsc.

Author: Louis de Bernières

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1407013297

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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A beautiful and unlikely love story about what unites us from the bestselling author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. Chris is in his forties: bored, lonely, trapped in a loveless, sexless marriage. He's a stranger to the 1970s youth culture of London, a stranger to himself on the night he invites a prostitute into his car. Roza has recently moved to London from eastern Europe. She's in her twenties, but has already lived a life filled with danger, misadventure, romance, and tragedy. And though she's not a prostitute, when she's propositioned by Chris, she gets into his car anyway. Over the next few months Roza tells Chris the stories of her past. She's a fast-talking Scheherazade, saving her own life by telling it to Chris. And he takes in her tales as if they were oxygen in an otherwise airless world. But is Roza telling the truth? Does it even matter? 'Sublimely funny and moving’ Independent

Andros Odyssey the Return

xxix, xxx, 2, 142 Captain Corellis Mandolin 102 Carnegie Endowment 121 Castro 208 Catherine Filloux 122 Catholic Church xxv, 254 Centaur (A27L) tanks 169 ...

Author: Stavros Boinodirs PhD

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 146201996X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 336

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As the Andros Odyssey refugees in Eastern Macedonia managed to survive a series of catastrophes, a much bigger threat appears. Greece enters into World War II. Anthony leaves his wife and joins other poorly equipped Greeks at the front. Greece had to fight four enemies at once: Albania, Italy, Bulgaria and Germany. After the Greek capitulation, Eastern Macedonia was occupied by Bulgarians, who wanted to make sure that no Greek claim on that land persisted after the war. This brought about genocidal massacres of all Greek population in the area. The Bulgarian ambitions were also paralleled by Hitlers Final Solution, regarding the Jewish presence in Greece. As the couple and the people around them struggle to survive this murderous environment, they face starvation, greed, language problems, misinformation, illness, treason, and a variety of other factors. Worse yet, following the capitulation of Germany, Greece is plagued by a new catastrophe, a civil war between communist and nationalist factions that lead to the Cold War. As a result, the Greeks sacrifice proportionally the highest part (almost 10%) of their population during this period of War II. It was the earlier part of this noted sacrifice that gave crucial time to the Russians to muster their strength for a decisive WWII victory against the Germans. The end of the civil war finds Anthony and Elisabeth with two sons, barely able to feed themselves. The oldest son, after reaching adulthood leaves for Germany in search of work. The younger one, after finishing high school, and not being able to afford advanced schooling in Greece leaves for the United States, to help his great uncle, Pandel Mayo in exchange for college tuition. He happens to be the author of this book.

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Author: 陳弈

Publisher: 秀威出版

ISBN: 9789862211250

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 281

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本書主要針對各種留學考(托福、GMAT、GRE)以及英語證照考試(全民英檢、多益)準備編寫而成。作者根據多年補教留學、證照輔考經驗,將繁複的考試內容去蕪存菁,以深入淺出的方式引導讀者。此書依次分為三大篇章──「語法翻譯篇」、「閱讀篇」與「寫作篇」,適合有志投考國內外研究所、托福、多益、英檢或是GMAT、GRE的考生研讀。【秀威資訊科技股份有限公司製作】


Cultures of Mass Tourism

What is perhaps remarkable is the absence of Corelli's island in two ... The response to the film of Captain Corellis Mandolin, which was made here was a ...

Author: Pau Obrador Pons

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 1409488284

Category: Science

Page: 192

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With more than 230 million international tourists a year, the Mediterranean region is the largest tourist destination in the world. This book outlines that its economic importance is matched by its significance as a cultural and aesthetic phenomenon. Through a series of ethnographic insights into some of the key sites of mass Mediterranean tourism, it focuses on package tourists' experiences of the serial, banal and depthless spaces that are mushrooming along the coast and the enchantments, dissolutions and dreams that saturate them. Moving away from the notion of authentic places corrupted by mass tourism, the book shows how new forms and spaces are made and remade by the mobilities and performances of locals, workers and tourists. Finally, the book looks at the complex materialities of mass tourism and the many networks that make it possible.

Weekly World News

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Rooted in the creative success of over 30 years of supermarket tabloid publishing, the Weekly World News has been the world's only reliable news source since 1979. The online hub www.weeklyworldnews.com is a leading entertainment news site.

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