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Pinnacle Studio 11 Александр Чиртик


Данная книга – подробнейшее руководство, посвященное тому, как сделать «свое кино» в программе Pinnacle Studio Plus 11. Это приложение предназначено для домашнего видеомонтажа и отличается простотой в освоении и дружественным интерфейсом. В издании описаны все возможности программы, на примерах рассмотрено, как использовать фильтры и спецэффекты, как захватывать видеоматериал, монтировать видео и звук и как записывать готовый фильм на различные носители, в том числе и на DVD. Книга будет полезна новичкам, осваивающим Pinnacle Studio Plus 11, и опытным пользователям.





Sine ira et studio.Обзор польской русистики за последние… Василий Щукин


Источник Опубликовано в журнале: «НЛО» 2009, №95





Powtórka z morderstwa Monika Szwaja


Powtórka z morderstwa to kryminał czy może raczej kryminałek, jeśli weźmiemy pod uwagę, że jest trochę niepoważny (o ile morderstwo może być niepoważne!). Autorka twierdzi, że wszystko zaczęło się od momentu, kiedy zobaczyła swojego telewizyjnego kolegę, taszczącego na przełaj przez studio wielkie pudło z reflektorami, i zaczęła się zastanawiać, co by było, gdyby kolega zamiast świateł znalazł w pudle nieboszczyka… W efekcie powstał zabawny kryminał, którego akcja toczy się w środowisku telewizyjnym i gdzie spotykają się postaci z wszystkich dotychczas wydanych książek Moniki Szwai. Oczywiście rzecz jest całkowitą i absolutną fikcją, wymyślone telewizyjne morderstwo pozwoliło jednak autorce na opisanie pewnych zjawisk, które nie tylko w telewizji występować mogą i czasem, niestety, występują. Jak to dobrze, że niezadowoleni pracownicy nie łapią od razu za ciężkie przedmioty, aby rzucać nimi w siebie nawzajem… Monika Szwaja?…


A Hero's Daughter Andrei Makine


Early works of an author who has hit the big-time are often reissued for reasons more venal than literary. None of the pre- and post- publications of Tracy Chevalier come anywhere near the standard of The Girl with the Pearl Earring, but that didn't stop them being rushed into instant print once best-sellerdom was declared and the film came out. Andrei Makine gained international recognition only when his fourth novel, Le Testament Francais, won two prestigious prizes. Famously, the refugee from the Soviet Union who wrote in French hadn't been able to get his first novel published until he pretended it was translated from "the original Russian" by the mythical "Francoise Bour". It's a cute story, but why has that one, A Hero's Daughter, suddenly come out in English 14 years after publication? Are the translator and/or publishers jumping on a bandwagon in the light of later prizes awarded to them both? At 163 elegant pages, and featuring only two central characters – that is, "without…


Kwadratura trójkąta Marcin Wolski


Kolejny tom fantastycznej prozy Marcina Wolskiego prezentuje tym razem krótkie formy literackie z jego przebogatego dorobku, czyli WOLSKI W SHORTACH. Wchodzą tu słuchowiska z cyklu "60 minut na godzinę", "Z przymrużeniem ucha" i opowiadania z tomu "Tragedia Nimfy 8". Kolejny tom fantastycznej prozy Marcina Wolskiego prezentuje tym razem krótkie formy literackie z jego przebogatego dorobku, czyli WOLSKI W SHORTACH. Wchodzą tu słuchowiska z cyklu "60 minut na godzinę", "Z przymrużeniem ucha" i opowiadania z tomu "Tragedia Nimfy 8". Specjalnym bonusem tomu jest znakomita powieść KWADRATURA TRÓJKĄTA, obok "Agenta Dołu" najlepsza powieść Wolskiego. Oto z nieznanych przyczyn, a może w wyniku boskiej interwencji, na daleką planetę po drugiej stronie Galaktyki, zostają rzucane grupki ludzi pochodzących z różnych kultur starożytnych na Ziemi: Rzymianie, Grecy, Fenicjanie, Słowianie i inni. Przez wieki budują swój własny model cywilizacji, w wielu punktach zbieżny ze…


Agile Software Development Alistair Cockburn


The agile model of software development has taken the world by storm. Now, in Agile Software Development, Second Edition, one of agile’s leading pioneers updates his Jolt Productivity award-winning book to reflect all that’s been learned about agile development since its original introduction. Alistair Cockburn begins by updating his powerful model of software development as a “cooperative game of invention and communication.” Among the new ideas he introduces: harnessing competition without damaging collaboration; learning lessons from lean manufacturing; and balancing strategies for communication. Cockburn also explains how the cooperative game is played in business and on engineering projects, not just software development Next, he systematically illuminates the agile model, shows how it has evolved, and answers the questions developers and project managers ask most often, including · Where does agile development fit in our organization? · How do we blend agile ideas with…


The Conduct of Major Maxim Gavin Lyall


Reviewed by Hilary Williamson I've enjoyed all of Gavin Lyall's standalone thrillers – stories like Midnight Plus One, The Most Dangerous Game, and The Wrong Side of the Sky – but especially like his Major Maxim series. Ex-SAS Harry Maxim, the very model of a modern military gentleman, is straight as an arrow, which does not serve him well when involved with politicians and spies – which he is all too often. He gets into very serious trouble in every episode, but somehow always comes through with his integrity intact. Harry's wife Jenny died in a bombed plane and his parents help him raise his son Chris – he's continually guilt-ridden when his job prevents him from spending time with his son. At this point in the series, Harry Maxim is seconded to 10 Downing Street, working for the lazy but very wily George Harbinger, and often in liaison (and in conflict) with the devious, somewhat amoral, Security Service agent Agnes Algar – of course, their prickly relationship slowly and…


On The Road Jack Kerouac


Jack Kerouac's On the Road is one of the most controversial American novels of the 20th century. When critics concede that the book and its author were instrumental in triggering the rucksack revolution, this is to damn with praise, as Kerouac is reduced to a one-book author (though he published some twenty volumes containing a wide range of prose and poetry). Moreover, the spiteful acknowledgement of a sociohistorical fact imports an aesthetic grudge against a novel that a close reading reveals to be far more conventional than most of its adversaries would would care to realize. Nor does the book propagate the shameless adoration of libidinous licentiousness for which it has been castigated in conservative quarters. Kerouac, too, never understood what his book meant to the hordes of youngsters taking to the highways after the fashion of the characters peopling the narrative; but then, he was ill-fitted to grasp what his book had kindled in generations of young readers who felt stifled…


Somersault Kenzaburo Oe


Writing a novel after having won a Nobel Prize for Literature must be even more daunting than trying to follow a brilliant, bestselling debut. In Somersault (the title refers to an abrupt, public renunciation of the past), Kenzaburo Oe has himself leapt in a new direction, rolling away from the slim, semi-autobiographical novel that garnered the 1994 Nobel Prize (A Personal Matter) and toward this lengthy, involved account of a Japanese religious movement. Although it opens with the perky and almost picaresque accidental deflowering of a young ballerina with an architectural model, Somersault is no laugh riot. Oe's slow, deliberate pace sets the tone for an unusual exploration of faith, spiritual searching, group dynamics, and exploitation. His lavish, sometimes indiscriminate use of detail can be maddening, but it also lends itself to his sobering subject matter, as well as to some of the most beautiful, realistic sex scenes a reader is likely to encounter. – Regina Marler From Publishers…


To the Lighthouse Virginia Woolf


Introduction One does not have to read very much of To the Lighthouse before one realizes that Woolf has chosen here a very particular style, a way of telling the story which exerts a strange and compelling effect upon the reader. In this lecture I wish to focus upon some aspects of this style in order to consider some of the ways in which a few very important aspects of what this novel has to reveal are directly linked to the author's decisions about point of view and language. One of my major purposes in this lecture is to offer some suggestions about why we might consider Woolf a major modernist writer and link her to other modernist artists we have been considering in Liberal Studies, even to those who, at first glance perhaps, don't seem to share quite the same style: Kafka, Eliot, and certain modern painters. I shall be trying to establish as my major point the idea that what does link Woolf to these other modernists is the way in which her style compels us to recognize a fundamental…


Portnoy’s Complaint Philip Roth


"Touching as well as hilariously lewd…Roth is vibrantly talented…as marvelous a mimic and fantasist as has been produced by the most verbal group in human history." Alfred Kazin, New York Review of Books "Deliciously funny…absurd and exuberant, wild and uproarious…a brilliantly vivid reading experience." The New York Times Book Review "Roth is the bravest writer in the United States. He's morally brave, he's politically brave. And Portnoy is part of that bravery." Cynthia Ozick, Newsday "Simply one of the two or three funniest works in American fiction." Chicago Sun-Times Portnoy’s Complaint, a long monologue narrated by a young Jewish man while in analysis, is prefaced by a definition of “Portnoy’s Complaint” as a disorder in which “strongly felt ethical and altruistic impulses are perpetually warring with extreme sexual longings, often of a perverse nature.” The book focuses on Portnoy’s parents, his endless adolescent experimentation with masturbation, his youthful…


The Stepford Wives Ira Levin


The wives in Stepford are not exactly what you might call feisty, but they do keep nice homes. They wax and vacuum, and clean and dust all day long and late into the evenings, but they never complain. They are rather pleasing to look at too these Stepford ladies. They are round and shapely in all of the right places and in many ways they are model wives. When the Eberharts move to Stepford Joanna finds it hard to settle in the town. She finds the town's women weird. Not one of them ever seems to have time to pop over for a cup of coffee. They are much too busy keeping house. They do find time to go out every once in a while though, to do the shopping, and even that is done neatly; every item is perfectly stacked in their trolleys. Fortunately Joanna does manage to find a couple of friends who are normal. In fact one of them, Bobbie, is refreshingly slob-like. The other one, Charmaine, exudes elegance and is obsessed with tennis. She even has her own court in the garden, and so things are…


The Poe Shadow Matthew Pearl


MATTHEW PEARL'S second novel is based on what he calls "one of literary history's most persistent gaps." Edgar Allan Poe died, Pearl tells us, "at the age of 40 in a Baltimore hospital on Oct. 7, 1849, four days after being found in distress at Ryan's inn and tavern." The stubbornly unexplained gap occurred in the five days preceding his appearance at the tavern. Poe was supposed to be almost anywhere other than Baltimore: he was traveling from Richmond to New York with a planned stop in Philadelphia, not Baltimore. No one knows how he came to be in the city – or, for that matter, how he ended up at the tavern. For some of us, this pretty much describes a really great Saturday night, but when it happens to the master of darkness, just days before his untimely death, it has the makings of a mystery. Pearl takes us back to those few lost days through the inquiries of Quentin Clark, a Poe-mad young Baltimorean who is dismayed not just by the writer's death but by the press's apathetic reponse…


Skin Privilege Karin Slaughter


It's no simple case of murder. Lena Adams has spent her life struggling to escape her past. She has only unhappy memories of Reece, the small town which nearly destroyed her. She's made a new life for herself as a police detective in Heartsdale, a hundred miles away – but nothing could prepare her for the violence which explodes when she is forced to return. A vicious murder leaves a young woman incinerated beyond recognition. And Lena is the only suspect. When Heartsdale police chief Jeffrey Tolliver, Lena's boss, receives word that his detective has been arrested, he has no choice but to go to Lena's aid – taking with him his wife, medical examiner Sara Linton. But soon after their arrival, a second victim is found. The town closes ranks. And both Jeffrey and Sara find themselves entangled in a horrifying underground world of bigotry and rage – a violent world which shocks even them. A world which puts their own lives in jeopardy. Only Jeffrey and Sara can free Lena from the web…


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