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ENGEL Body braun
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Material: Wolle; Muster: Melange; Extras: Flatlock-Nähte, Kontrastnähte, Schurwolle, Weicher Griff

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Stand: 04.08.2020
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Anti-Inflammatory Diet: Your Pathway to Looking...
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Turn back time naturally. Discover a younger, fitter, and more vigorous version of yourself. If you've ever considered the possibility of turning back the hands of time and rejuvenating your body from top to toe, there is today a much safer and better alternative to the surgeon's knife. Now, it's possible to discover a younger, fitter, and more vigorous version of yourself through the simple yet incredibly powerful medium of your diet. The fact is that we really are what we eat and a lot of the food we consume today is harmful both to our health and to our well-being. More than that, so many kinds of processed foods have been shown to accelerate the ageing process, and this is where a change in our eating habits can produce extraordinary results. Beran Parry has been advising clients on the best ways to enhance their health and well-being for more than three decades, and she is a perfect example of how to live a life that is full of energy, vitality, youthfulness and joy. And these wonderful qualities are deeply connected to our lifestyle choices, to the way we choose to live, and to the way we choose to fuel our bodies, all the way down to the cellular level. If you dream of looking and feeling years younger, this is the best way for you to experience the true potential of naturally vibrant health and well-being. You really can turn back the hands of time, and you can do it with every delicious forkful of truly nutritious food that you put into your mouth. Was there ever an easier way to look and feel great? Feeling well and looking fresher, younger, and healthier are all products of taking better care of our nutritional needs, and this fabulous audiobook has been designed by a leading nutritionist and well-being specialist specifically to help you turn back the clock and look better than you might've thought possible. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susan P. Engel. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/112355/bk_acx0_112355_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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ENGEL Body blau / rot / weiß
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25,99 € *
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Muster: Gestreift; Material: Wolle; Extras: All-Over-Muster, Schurwolle, Weicher Griff

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Bodies and Affects in Market Societies
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How are bodies and affects formed in liberal market societies? And, conversely, what roles do affects and bodies play in the genesis and stabilization of and changes to market societies? These are the questions examined by the authors in several insightful and theoretically ambitious case studies. The collection aims to present new approaches from the History of Emotions, Affect Studies, Actor-Network-Theory and other fields, putting them to the test in the analysis of capitalist societies. These investigations - by sociologists, ethnologists and historians - will tackle developments in the USA, Europe and Australia from the 19th through to the 21st Century. They will also - via their analyses of issues such as speculation, industrial production, advertising and ethics - examine historical and contemporary phenomena, shedding light on emerging viewpoints on work, consumption, class and gender. Contributors:Fiona Allon, Peter-Paul Bänziger, Franck Cochoy, Christoph Conrad, Alexander Engel, Susan J. Matt, Alexandra Michel, Anne Schmidt, Thomas Welskopp

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ENGEL Body navy / rot / weiß
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Material: Wolle; Muster: Gestreift; Extras: All-Over-Muster, Schurwolle, Weicher Griff

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Private Berlin
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A history lesson they ll never forget and neither will you. Mattie Engel is one of the rising stars at Private Berlin, and believes she s seen the worst of people in her previous life with the Berlin police force. That is until Chris, her colleague and until recently, her fiancé is found dead, brutally murdered in an old slaughterhouse outside the city.The slaughterhouse is filled with bodies. But just as Private begin their investigations, the building explodes, wiping out all evidence of the crimes, and nearly killing Mattie and her team.Mattie soon realises that a masked killer is picking off Chris s childhood friends, one by one, and destroying the trail. But who wants the past buried so badly? What is the truth about that slaughterhouse? And will Mattie become the killer s next victim?

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ENGEL Overall rubinrot
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Muster: Unifarben; Ausschnitt: Mit Kapuze; Material: Wolle; Extras: Ton-in-Ton-Nähte, Schurwolle, Weicher Griff; Ärmellänge: Langarm; Länge: Lang/Maxi

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Stubborn Archivist
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Shortlisted for the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award Longlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize One of '8 Latinx Book Recommendations From the Founders of The Latinx Read-A-Thon' (O, the Oprah Magazine) 'It has become something of a book booster’s cliché (and fib) to say they read a work 'in one gulp.' Yet twenty-something Brazilian-British author Yara Rodrigues Fowler’s transfixing  Stubborn Archivist was engineered to go down faster than a 400-page novel has any right to. Mixing traditional prose with poems and flash fiction, her words whiz by like text message chains...It’s a unique work with a dedication to match: 'For Myself.'' —Vanity Fair, Great Summer Reads “I read Stubborn Archivist in a ravenous gulp. It’s stunning: so articulate about what it means to live between two languages and countries, tenderly unravelling the knots of unbelonging.” —Olivia Laing, author of TheLonely City and Crudo ' Stubborn Archivist is an intimate and wonderfully resourceful exploration of origins. In its quest to uncover what a person is made of it digs deeply into the living body, as well as tracing back through its tangled roots. Visceral and elegant, circumspect and vivid, Yara Rodrigues Fowler has a distinctly unhampered way of telling a story; I liked Stubborn Archivist very, very much.' — Claire-Louise Bennett, author of Pond “Intimate, rebellious, and meditative, Yara Rodrigues Fowler's exquisite deconstruction of a transnational life already in fragments will leave you spinning. Stubborn Archivist is wholly original and heralds the arrival of a remarkable new talent.” —Patricia Engel, author of The Veins of the Ocean and others “Yara Rodrigues Fowler’s debut is unlike any other book you’ve read. A blend of prose and poetry, it’s a collection of short pieces that gradually cohere into a larger narrative…Holding the disparate elements together is a strong sense of identity and voice…Flitting nimbly through generations, between Brazil and south London, between dating and dictatorship, this is a novel that is personal and political – and its unusual form is integral to its power.” —Observer (UK), “Meet the hottest-tipped debut novelists of 2019” 'This novel beautifully explores the notion of home, belonging and trauma for people who, like this Brazilian-English writer, find themselves growing up between languages and cultures and identities. Written through collected bits and conversations the protagonist archives, this is a unique book you’ll be able to read in one immersive sitting.' —Elle (UK), 'Ones To Watch: The New Writers We’re Excited To Read In 2019​' 'A young Brazilian-British woman finds her footing between cultures in Rodrigues Fowler’s formally ambitious, captivating debut...Moving back and forth through time, alternating short prose sections with poems and pauses, and at times switching to Portuguese as the narrator 'finds the other words,' Rodrigues Fowler writes frankly and imaginatively of the felicities and difficulties of adolescence and family ties, and of learning 'to wrap your life around another person’s life.' This is a powerful debut.' —Publishers Weekly, 'Books of the Week' 'In this artful debut, snatches of dialogue and prose-poetry illuminate the experience of growing up with a mixed identity...Rodrigues Fowler [executes] it so well, so warmly, with such a lived sense of how nothing is one thing or another, but probably both and neither...Tender, sharp, generous, she holds all these things lightly, up to the light.'  —Guardian (UK) 'This is a work of inclusion and omission, of unearthing and rearranging...Funny, painful, and healing... Stubborn Archivist [has] a singular intimacy...Rodrigues Fowler writes a story of multicultural identity as it is impressed upon the physical bodies that live it.' —ZYZZYVA “Refreshingly

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Stubborn Archivist
12,99 € *
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Shortlisted for the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award Longlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize One of '8 Latinx Book Recommendations From the Founders of The Latinx Read-A-Thon' (O, the Oprah Magazine) 'It has become something of a book booster’s cliché (and fib) to say they read a work 'in one gulp.' Yet twenty-something Brazilian-British author Yara Rodrigues Fowler’s transfixing  Stubborn Archivist was engineered to go down faster than a 400-page novel has any right to. Mixing traditional prose with poems and flash fiction, her words whiz by like text message chains...It’s a unique work with a dedication to match: 'For Myself.'' —Vanity Fair, Great Summer Reads “I read Stubborn Archivist in a ravenous gulp. It’s stunning: so articulate about what it means to live between two languages and countries, tenderly unravelling the knots of unbelonging.” —Olivia Laing, author of TheLonely City and Crudo ' Stubborn Archivist is an intimate and wonderfully resourceful exploration of origins. In its quest to uncover what a person is made of it digs deeply into the living body, as well as tracing back through its tangled roots. Visceral and elegant, circumspect and vivid, Yara Rodrigues Fowler has a distinctly unhampered way of telling a story; I liked Stubborn Archivist very, very much.' — Claire-Louise Bennett, author of Pond “Intimate, rebellious, and meditative, Yara Rodrigues Fowler's exquisite deconstruction of a transnational life already in fragments will leave you spinning. Stubborn Archivist is wholly original and heralds the arrival of a remarkable new talent.” —Patricia Engel, author of The Veins of the Ocean and others “Yara Rodrigues Fowler’s debut is unlike any other book you’ve read. A blend of prose and poetry, it’s a collection of short pieces that gradually cohere into a larger narrative…Holding the disparate elements together is a strong sense of identity and voice…Flitting nimbly through generations, between Brazil and south London, between dating and dictatorship, this is a novel that is personal and political – and its unusual form is integral to its power.” —Observer (UK), “Meet the hottest-tipped debut novelists of 2019” 'This novel beautifully explores the notion of home, belonging and trauma for people who, like this Brazilian-English writer, find themselves growing up between languages and cultures and identities. Written through collected bits and conversations the protagonist archives, this is a unique book you’ll be able to read in one immersive sitting.' —Elle (UK), 'Ones To Watch: The New Writers We’re Excited To Read In 2019​' 'A young Brazilian-British woman finds her footing between cultures in Rodrigues Fowler’s formally ambitious, captivating debut...Moving back and forth through time, alternating short prose sections with poems and pauses, and at times switching to Portuguese as the narrator 'finds the other words,' Rodrigues Fowler writes frankly and imaginatively of the felicities and difficulties of adolescence and family ties, and of learning 'to wrap your life around another person’s life.' This is a powerful debut.' —Publishers Weekly, 'Books of the Week' 'In this artful debut, snatches of dialogue and prose-poetry illuminate the experience of growing up with a mixed identity...Rodrigues Fowler [executes] it so well, so warmly, with such a lived sense of how nothing is one thing or another, but probably both and neither...Tender, sharp, generous, she holds all these things lightly, up to the light.'  —Guardian (UK) 'This is a work of inclusion and omission, of unearthing and rearranging...Funny, painful, and healing... Stubborn Archivist [has] a singular intimacy...Rodrigues Fowler writes a story of multicultural identity as it is impressed upon the physical bodies that live it.' —ZYZZYVA “Refreshingly

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