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Streets of Gold - A Novel - Hunter, Evan
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2013, ISBN: 9780060120122

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A Z EDITOR. Brand new, A Z EDITOR, Roma: Gangemi Editore, 2013. Testo Italiano e Inglese. Roma, 2013; br., pp. 266, cm 17x24. (Nuove esperienze di Giustizia Minorile). Prevenzione e contrasto al bullismo nell'Unione Europea: tra frammentarietà e proposte di integrazione di Gianluca Tramontano Indagine conoscitiva sul mercato del lavoro tra dinamiche di accesso e fattori di sviluppo di Giuseppe Roma Giovani e satanismo, tra realtà e creazione mediatica a cura del Cepic DOSSIER: I MINORI MIGRANTI E LA GIUSTIZIA MINORILE I minori stranieri non accompagnati, tra diritto e prassi amministrative di Elena Fiorini I minori stranieri in Italia di Raffaele Bracalenti Esercizi di stile: incontri sull'identità multipla: intervista ad Henry Olama, mediatore culturale di Laura Mangiafridda Il progetto Just. 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Riflessioni sparse sul senso della cura e della pena a cura di Vincenzo Velio Degola Formare on the job: riflessioni, apprendimenti, esperienze a cura di Maria Grazia Castorina e Marilena Tacconi Gestire la sicurezza tra presidio e partecipazione: il metodo di polizia di prossimità, l'esperienza del Corpo di Polizia Municipale di Torino La "Bottega Grafica" all'Università di Salerno a cura della redazione L'ovale al Beccaria. Freedom rugby di Giorgio Terruzzi Campo scuola di Cucullaro 2011: liberi di volare per guardare in alto verso nuovi orizzonti di Sergi Caterina RECENSIONI Cambiare il passato: superare le esperienze traumatiche con la terapia strategica Racconti per Nisida e l'Unità d'Italia Boati di solitudine Per una cultura dell'integrità: "Mafie in movimento" Lavorare con i minori stranieri non accompagnati. Voci e strumenti dal campo dell'accoglienza Dalla strada all'impresa. Progettare con i minori e gli adolescenti in centro America e Caraibi ALLEGATI Linee guida del Comitato dei Ministri del Consiglio d'Europa su una giustizia adatta ai minori GLI AUTORI, Gangemi Editore, 2013, CORREGIDOR. Brand new, CORREGIDOR, Torino, 1879 Corredato di oltre duecento esercizi d'applicazione ad uso delle scuole ginnasiali, normali e tecniche. Operetta premiata con medaglia all'Esposizione Didattica di Venezia, 1872, ed all'Esposizione Universale di Parigi, 1878, e adottata come libro di testo nei ginnasii, nelle scuole tecniche, commerciali, normali e complementari femminili in Roma, Torino, Novara, Brescia, Cremona, Padova, Treviso, Avellino, Venezia, Parma, Piacenza, Bologna, Palermo, Messina, Cagliari, Sassari ed altre. Undecima edizione riveduta e corretta per i dati statistici a tutto agosto 1878. Nozioni preliminari - Geografia astronomica - Geografia descrittiva dell'Europa - Stati particolari dell'Europa - Asia - Africa - America - Oceania. Esemplare perfetto. Mezza tela coeva, pp. 302, in 8°., Torino, 1879 Corredato di oltre duecento, México, D.F. : Miguel Angel Porrua/UAEM, 2010. Soft cover. New/No Jacket. En esta obra, los lectores hallarán una compilación de textos en los que se reflexiona, a partir de distintos puntos de vista, sobre el entorno juvenil en América Latina. ¿Cómo conocer las desigualdades sociales? ¿En qué medida son éstas determinantes para la construcción ciudadana y la precariedad social en contextos marcados por las culturas juveniles? Los autores, ya sea desde aproximaciones teóricas o estudios de caso -en países como México, Colombia, Perú, Brasil y Argentina-, tratarán de dar respuesta a estas interrogantes., Miguel Angel Porrua/UAEM, 2010, NY: Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc, 1974. First Edition . Hardcover. Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Dust Jacket Design By Paul Bacon; Dust Jacket Photography By World Wide Photos. vi, 474pp. Black cloth, gilt spine lettering, gilt publisher emblem front cover, blue endpapers, deckled fore-edge. Dust Jacket price 8.95. SIGNED BY AUTHOR to half-title page. Book is in Fine, unblemished condition. Dust jacket has a couple of small creases to front dust jacket flap o/w Fine, bright and crisp and without any wear. Scarce in first edition and signed. Evan Hunter, born Salvatore Lombino (October 15, 1926 - July 6, 2005), was a prolific American author and screenwriter. He wrote scores of books and many screenplays, both under his own name and under a number of pseudonyms such as Ed McBain, Richard Marsten, Hunt Collins, Curt Cannon and Ezra Hannon. Under the name Evan Hunter, which he legally adopted in 1952, he wrote books such as 'The Blackboard Jungle', 'Come Winter', and 'Lizzie'. He wrote the original screenplay of 'The Birds' for Alfred Hitchcock. As Ed McBain, one of his most famous pseudonyms, he wrote the famous 87th Precinct crime novels as well as the Matthew Hope mysteries. Ed McBain is the only American to receive the Diamond Dagger, the British Crime Writers Association's highest award. He also holds the Mystery Writers of America's coveted Grand Master Award. Sixteenth Evan Hunter novel. "This marvellously engrossing novel centers around Ignazio Silvio Di Palermo - also known as Iggie, Ike, Blind Ike and Dwight Jamision - a briefly idolized jazz pianist who was born in an Italian neighborhood in New York's East Harlem in 1926, a quarter century after his grandfather emigrated from his Italian village to make a fortune on New York's gold-paved streets and then return home. Grandpa never got back to Fiormonte. Instead he fell in love with Teresa and married her, and what with the years and the babies and her family that became his own, la vicinanza became the close-knit neighborhood in New York. His favorite grandson, Ike, born blind, grew up in a close, vivid, lusty world bounded by familiar streets, his grandfather's love, his mother's volatility, his huge array of relatives, weekly feasts, the discovery of girls, the exhilaration of music and his great talent. Later he discovered jazz, and by doggedness and an insatiabale hunger to play it, forced his way onto Fifty-Second street and a career that with luck and brilliance moved him up among the greats. Marriage, riches, success, adulation; the American dream come true beyond Grandpa's wildest imaginings - and with something peculiarly American as well in its aftermath." - dust jacket flap., Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc, 1974

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2005, ISBN: 9780060120122

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NY: Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc, 1974. First Edition . Hardcover. Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Dust Jacket Design By Paul Bacon; Dust Jacket Photography By World Wide Photos. vi, 474pp. Black cloth, gilt spine lettering, gilt publisher emblem front cover, blue endpapers, deckled fore-edge. Dust Jacket price 8.95. SIGNED BY AUTHOR to half-title page. Book is in Fine, unblemished condition. Dust jacket has a couple of small creases to front dust jacket flap o/w Fine, bright and crisp and without any wear. Scarce in first edition and signed. Evan Hunter, born Salvatore Lombino (October 15, 1926 - July 6, 2005), was a prolific American author and screenwriter. He wrote scores of books and many screenplays, both under his own name and under a number of pseudonyms such as Ed McBain, Richard Marsten, Hunt Collins, Curt Cannon and Ezra Hannon. Under the name Evan Hunter, which he legally adopted in 1952, he wrote books such as 'The Blackboard Jungle', 'Come Winter', and 'Lizzie'. He wrote the original screenplay of 'The Birds' for Alfred Hitchcock. As Ed McBain, one of his most famous pseudonyms, he wrote the famous 87th Precinct crime novels as well as the Matthew Hope mysteries. Ed McBain is the only American to receive the Diamond Dagger, the British Crime Writers Association's highest award. He also holds the Mystery Writers of America's coveted Grand Master Award. Sixteenth Evan Hunter novel. "This marvellously engrossing novel centers around Ignazio Silvio Di Palermo - also known as Iggie, Ike, Blind Ike and Dwight Jamision - a briefly idolized jazz pianist who was born in an Italian neighborhood in New York's East Harlem in 1926, a quarter century after his grandfather emigrated from his Italian village to make a fortune on New York's gold-paved streets and then return home. Grandpa never got back to Fiormonte. Instead he fell in love with Teresa and married her, and what with the years and the babies and her family that became his own, la vicinanza became the close-knit neighborhood in New York. His favorite grandson, Ike, born blind, grew up in a close, vivid, lusty world bounded by familiar streets, his grandfather's love, his mother's volatility, his huge array of relatives, weekly feasts, the discovery of girls, the exhilaration of music and his great talent. Later he discovered jazz, and by doggedness and an insatiabale hunger to play it, forced his way onto Fifty-Second street and a career that with luck and brilliance moved him up among the greats. Marriage, riches, success, adulation; the American dream come true beyond Grandpa's wildest imaginings - and with something peculiarly American as well in its aftermath." - dust jacket flap., Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc, 1974

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NY: Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc, 1974. vi, 474pp. Black cloth, gilt spine lettering, gilt publisher emblem front cover, blue endpapers, deckled fore-edge. Dust Jacket price 8.95. SIGNED BY AUTHOR to half-title page. Book is in Fine, unblemished condition. Dust jacket has a couple of small creases to front dust jacket flap o/w Fine, bright and crisp and without any wear. Scarce in first edition and signed. Evan Hunter, born Salvatore Lombino (October 15, 1926 - July 6, 2005), was a prolific American author and screenwriter. He wrote scores of books and many screenplays, both under his own name and under a number of pseudonyms such as Ed McBain, Richard Marsten, Hunt Collins, Curt Cannon and Ezra Hannon. Under the name Evan Hunter, which he legally adopted in 1952, he wrote books such as 'The Blackboard Jungle', 'Come Winter', and 'Lizzie'. He wrote the original screenplay of 'The Birds' for Alfred Hitchcock. As Ed McBain, one of his most famous pseudonyms, he wrote the famous 87th Precinct crime novels as well as the Matthew Hope mysteries. Ed McBain is the only American to receive the Diamond Dagger, the British Crime Writers Association's highest award. He also holds the Mystery Writers of America's coveted Grand Master Award. Sixteenth Evan Hunter novel. "This marvellously engrossing novel centers around Ignazio Silvio Di Palermo - also known as Iggie, Ike, Blind Ike and Dwight Jamision - a briefly idolized jazz pianist who was born in an Italian neighborhood in New York's East Harlem in 1926, a quarter century after his grandfather emigrated from his Italian village to make a fortune on New York's gold-paved streets and then return home. Grandpa never got back to Fiormonte. Instead he fell in love with Teresa and married her, and what with the years and the babies and her family that became his own, la vicinanza became the close-knit neighborhood in New York. His favorite grandson, Ike, born blind, grew up in a close, vivid, lusty world bounded by familiar streets, his grandfather's love, his mother's volatility, his huge array of relatives, weekly feasts, the discovery of girls, the exhilaration of music and his great talent. Later he discovered jazz, and by doggedness and an insatiabale hunger to play it, forced his way onto Fifty-Second street and a career that with luck and brilliance moved him up among the greats. Marriage, riches, success, adulation; the American dream come true beyond Grandpa's wildest imaginings - and with something peculiarly American as well in its aftermath." - dust jacket flap. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket/Near Fine. Illus. by Dust Jacket Design By Paul Bacon; Dust Jacket Photography By World Wide Photos. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc, 1974

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1974, ISBN: 0060120126

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1974 novel by Evan Hunter. Excerpts of the book originally were published by Playboy Magazine. It is the story from the perspective of an Italian immigrant who came to America to find a better life. The main character Ignazio Di Palermo is very pretty but blind since birth. In Italy it was rumored the streets of America were made of gold. contemporary,literature and fiction Literature & Fiction, Harper & Row

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780060120122
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0060120126
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Publishing year: 1974
Publisher: Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc

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ISBN/EAN: 0060120126

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0-06-012012-6, 978-0-06-012012-2


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