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Vasco Pratolini (1913â€“2013): Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi.n and with many exciting aspects by the author Metello. I also had a strange adventure that touched on the same aspect.
There are several additional and intriguing pages in the preface to my sister’s book, E. S. Golon, The Fantastic Creations of Dr. Evergreen, published in December 1994. I have already mentioned that I was delighted with the book, as well as with Funtik, despite my carelessness about the eyes when I put on glasses. The book tells about the most important invention of Mr. Evergreen, namely, that such small bodies can move freely at superluminal speed, which would be amazing for us people today. I believe it’s impossible.
I have manuscripts of many stories, but, unfortunately, not all of them were published in magazines, so I can probably offer only a small fragment from my diary.
In April 1961, my friend M. A. Bronstein (who, to my surprise, changed his name to Frederick August) and I were invited to the main meeting of the Royal Council. The members of this council showed great interest in nuclear energy, Evergreen’s work, and our experiments. I was among those who discussed this topic.I must say that one of my inner desires was to find a source of energy that would help me fly faster than light. And to satisfy him, I wanted Mr. Evergreen’s invention, which by then was already in full use, to be improved and more carefully developed. I think that’s what was meant by the phrase “motor with motors that can run without expending energy” which I have been thinking about all the time.
And so, when someone asked a question about the engines used by Evergarrin, I got very excited. We had all the necessary materials and equipment for this. However, over time, I came to the conclusion that we expected too much from our research, they were too ambitious.
We believed that in order to successfully complete our project, we needed to use the ideas and discoveries that appeared over ten years (from 1949 to 1954), and that if we could design a durable and simple engine, then we could already think about practical implementation. However, Vasco Pratolini Metello’s neorealist novel (1955) tells us the story of almost exclusively manual labor for .n or fourteen hours a day, getting to work and staying as long as possible in the shop. Separate features of industrial reality are also imprinted in Benjamin’s novel “The Factory” (1927). However, in Pratlini’s novel, mechanization of labor is dosed, it warns of the need to create and maintain jobs (gunners, technicians) who work in workshops in conditions that completely exclude physical work, and, consequently, the need for a “starting mechanism” for the rise of the urbanized mass into modern life, the settlement of the village and the issue of farms, which is so relevant now, in the context of an exacerbation of the environmental problem.
3. Poshuk on vihovannyam and theories
Tikhonovskiy V. Unfinished story about Lenin. // Young guard. 1926. No 11. – S. 7-12.
7. Heroes of Aitmatov’s book “The adverb of love”
A fragment of Rafael Sabatini’s novel about Garibaldi “Chronicles of Captain Blood” (written in 1847, first published in 1849) – “Shining Saddles” – “Jaguar Conqueror” – in which one of the “English”, jealous of the greatness of the hero and his memory, also offered his head in exchange for a boat with supplies on the high seas. In Daniel Defoe’s novel Robinson Crusoe (1719) there is a story about the courage of a captured pirate and his friend, who is responsible for several more murders.
8. Critical introspection of works. // Man and society: history and modernity: Sat. scientific tr. / editorial board: V. N. Malko, M. L. Sandomirsky (responsible ed.). – Volgograd: VolGU Publishing House, 1995. – T. 1. – S. 114-133.
9. Three figures of “Master and Margarita”
In M. Bulgakov’s novel “The Master and Margarita” the theater is depicted. “The greatest decoration of this city is the theater itself…. no different from other buildings with a flat roof, reminiscent of a barrack, had