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    Iat o carte care te pune pe g nduri Te provoac s i pui ntreb ri i s cau i r spunsuri.Ve i citi cu sufletul la gur povestea t n rului faraon imaginat de Boleslaw Prus E imposibil s nu simpatiza i personajul principal chiar i Stalin l a simpatizat Era cartea lui preferat Dac vei citi cartea, vei avea ocazia s afli c bunele inten ii ale unui conduc tor pot fi date peste cap de ajutoarele lui.Da, tiu nimic nou sub soare preo ii au urm rit dintotdeauna doar interesele lor personale i cele de cast.Biserica, acest sistem cu zeci de mii de roti e, poate fi o fr n teribil n dezvoltarea unui stat, poate da napoi un stat Cite te acum povestea t n rului faraon un t n r cinstit i at t de plin de speran e, dar vai at t de u or de p c lit de o clic de oameni n sutane.Dup ultima fil , n ai s mai prive ti un preot niciodat la fel Pe mine unul, cartea m a dezgustat pe veci i biseric , i de preo ime.


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    Ladies and gentlemen I propose today a challenge write two reviews in one day Knowing, that I write very long reviews, and heavy , and last night I slept little will be a real challenge for me Originally was going to write the review of the village of eight graves of the interesting Seishi Yokomizo from_search true , but on Wednesday my boss have a seminar, and the lecturer going to give away a book that inspired a movie that likes Pharaoh , then discovered that Pharaoh was based on a novel by the Polish positivist writer Boleslaw Prus directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz The theme is very interesting I unfortunately during the race never had the opportunity to deeply in the history of Egypt something, which I regret and why I feel hunger for this topic Unfortunately are very few novels of Egypt that I have liked, although there is a memorable the Egyptian that is very interesting to compare with this from_search true is also but it does not end it memories of Cleopatra Margaret George, that much like my sister I what I read I liked, although I m not very fan of the author by his Anti Catholicism, and the hispanofobia which showed in his novel on Mar a Estuardo, but his novel of Cleopatra was quite well There are writers who should have a look such as Pauline Gedge or Judith Tarr would also be interesting to take a look to my friend Manuel Alfonseca novel the inheritance of King Scorpion I have some Christian Jacq, but not striking me much also I d like to give a chance to Francis Fevr and his Pharaoh was one of the emblematic titles published in the 80s of the last century in a moment MND which are edited things of quality, joyitas from_search true Certainly the memory already does not work as well as before for this reason I have accelerated realization of the critique of the novel by Boleslaw Prus As some of the characters they had forgotten me I decided to write it before you give it to the friend of my boss If I said that the novel Fevre was or could be a gem Unfortunately I can not say the same novel by Boleslaw Prus let s be honest I wanted to write a review of a book I had not liked This novel came highly recommended, because the criticism had given up before her, and had praised it In part by the Polish film of the 1970s This was a novel, which had appeared in the 1001 which had to be read before you die, and in my opinion if you die before reading this book do not believe, that they regret it very sincerely As said a character in G.K Chesterton Colonel Pound book praised than just Certainly this book we sold has been sold to us as a book of the Government, of the passion of send, how works power, but in my opinion adds nothing I believe that the book of Boleslaw Prus has been praised, because it is the manuel on the left header What it proclaims but the attempt of a Pharaoh fictitious, although Prus believed in the existence of this Pharaoh Ramses XIII, who tries to impose a secularizing policy against Egyptian clergy and fails I have been able to empathize nothing, which according to many is the adorable young, trying to fight against theocracy and showing a vision Hobesiano wonderful thing, which is that the State controls our lives Have to speak a little bit of Prus a writer, who revolted against Russia, but failed, and since that time had a trauma, who not aligned to different theories today unsuccessful Comte to unmask Comte I recommend reading the chapters of the book 60 questions of science and faith answered by 26 University teachers coordinated by Francisco Jos Soler Gil and Manuel Alfonseca from_search true this chapter will end with the idyllic vision that might of positivism Another influence of Boleslaw Prus was Herbert Spencer, and Herbert George Wells which may highlight their science fiction novels, but not his vision of history, which has frankly been overcome thought, unlike his compatriot, Henryk Sienkiewicz that Poland could regain its independence if instead of relying on tradition, and religion he adopted a faith in progress, and modernized Year 11918 achieved independence, Pilsudski defeat to the Communists, and in 1989 a Polish Saint Pope called Juan Pablo II as a new Moses gets along with others freeing Poland from the clutches of communism There is something than military power, and the semiciencia as Dostoyevsky flame brightly in demons from_search true science is good and helps a lot to know God, but as argued Russia should not become an Idol, which attempt to supplant it, as the champions of atheism A group of scientists, who make philosophy, and make it bad This leaves headdress Boleslaw Prus approach, apart from this book suffers from a serious flaw is hopelessly dragging its feet long, and very heavy It is curious Prus, which was critical of Sienkiewicz and I marred her historical errors in his Polish trilogy Make them, and most of it First guided by the history of Ignacy Zagniell with a fictitious Pharaoh of the twentieth dynasty Then you have no idea puts a Phoenician name of Dagon, which is a philistine deity, he invents a Phoenician King Hiram, who is much later The Assyrian Kings is not known, and tries to one called Assar, and a legacy called Sargon During the novel a Chaldean priest speaks of the possibility of Egypt to be devoured by Assyria Still would be much independence to Egypt, which would be not conquered by Assyria until the 7th century BC with Asarhadon, and Assurbanipal We see as another name is Tamar, which is a Hebrew name Not to mention the use of metals which at that time did not exist Says the author of the prologue that the author seeks to psychological perfection, and there is a melodrama in the style of the novels of Walter Scott, but it is only thing, actually Sara Jewish marriage is a bit far fetched, and his impersonation by Kama also The plot is extremely weak, and little credible The fight between Ramses XIII and the priests a modern Richelieu, Cisneros Herhor Mefres, and Mentezufis is personal than religious We ll see how in the end takes place the social policies of Ramses XIII, which leads me to ask me another question Egypt begins to slow down from the 21st dynasty perhaps the impetuous, and proud Pharaoh policies were not so good, if they end up leading to the decline of his people Certainly though social policies proposed by Ramses are fair and reasonable, and it can be compatible with distributism and social policy of the Church The concern is return to the State, and give absolute power, as he had at the time of the Caesars, where was the deification of the Emperor, to protect it We see that the person loses rights, and can do nothing without the Pope state this tells you that it is very worrying, and one begins to understand why this was the favorite of the Iosif Stalin genocidal novel if a damnatio memoriae to Hitler and Nazism You should also have it to communism Despite his friendship with Zeromskiego I want to believe that Prus was not looking for a socialist State, and that he thought that this model was best for Poland This novel has some good things as it is not a novel of good and bad and that the characters are gray, which is realistic, though Prus tends to fall into fatalism Not having his novels a happy ending I recommend his story taken from Polish folk tales Doll quite possibly this novel will inspire the Mika Waltari, but yours, except the failures, that found you Alfonseca is historically credible, and aside from having a religious nature cult of Akhenaton is a cult proto Christian It is the struggle of the individual against tyranny, and is what makes the novel by Mika Waltari mythical and real Here is a struggle of antagonisms that end up boring the reader, and that resolves in a way very chusca, as if it were a novel juvenile of Mark Twain, or a Tintin comic It is good for young people, but not for experienced readers If one fascinated me thing the novel by Prus the appearance of the Doppelg nger or double evil, you re very present in German romanticism In this case the nemesis of Ramses to part of Herhor is a mercenary Greek venal, and without scruples Some character deserves attention as Pentuer, the effeminate Thutmose Also interesting is the dilemma of whether foreign Yes in this case the Phoenicians are the scapegoat , or secularist policies to follow Yet it is the worst title so far, although it is no worse than other titles I ve read I wish a better fortune to Prus at a future time , and to the reader or user of Goodreads if it reads it hope, who likes than to me Damas y caballeros hoy me propongo un reto dif cil escribir dos cr ticas en un d a Sabiendo, que yo escribo cr ticas muy largas, y pesadas , y que anoche dorm poco ser un aut ntico reto, para m En un principio iba a escribir la cr tica del Pueblo de las ocho tumbas del interesante Seishi Yokomizo , pero resulta que el mi rcoles mi jefe tiene un seminario, y al conferenciante le voy a regalar un libro que inspir una peli que le gusta mucho Fara n , despu s descubr que Fara n estaba basada en una novela del escritor positivista polaco Boleslaw Prus dirigida por Jerzy Kawalerowicz El tema es muy interesante yo por desgracia durante la carrera no tuve la oportunidad de entrar con profundidad en la historia de Egipto algo, que lamento y por eso siento hambre por este tema Por desgracia son muy pocas las novelas de Egipto que me hayan gustado, aunque hay una memorable El egipcio que es muy interesante comparar con esta tambi n est aunque no la termine Memorias de Cleopatra de Margaret George, que le gusta mucho a mi hermana Yo lo que le me gusto, aunque no soy muy fan de la autora por su anticatolicismo, y la hispanofobia que mostr en su novela sobre Mar a Estuardo, pero su novela de Cleopatra estaba bastante bien Hay escritoras a las que deber a echar un vistazo como Pauline Gedge o a Judith Tarr tambi n ser a interesante echarle un vistazo a la novela de mi amigo Manuel Alfonseca La herencia del Rey escorpi n Tengo algo de Christian Jacq, pero no me llama mucho la atenci n tambi n me gustar a darle una oportunidad a Francis Fevr y su Fara n fue uno de los t tulos emblem ticos editados en los 80 del siglo pasado en un momento en que se editaban cosas de calidad, joyitas Ciertamente la memoria ya no me funciona tan bien como antes por esta raz n he acelerado la realizaci n de la cr tica de la novela de Boleslaw Prus Como se me hab an olvidado algunos de los personajes Decid escribirla antes de d rsela al amigo de mi jefe Si dije que la novela de Fevr era o pod a ser una joya Por desgracia no puedo decir lo mismo de la novela de Boleslaw Prus seamos sincero me apetec a escribir una cr tica de un libro que no me hab a gustado Esta novela me vino muy recomendada, porque los cr ticas se hab an rendido ante ella, y la hab an alabado En parte por la pel cula polaca de los a os 70 Esta era una novela, que hab a aparecido en los 1001 que hab a que leer antes de morir, y en mi opini n si ustedes se mueren antes de leer este libro no creo, que lo lamenten mucho sinceramente Como dec a un personaje de G.K Chesterton el Coronel Pound libro elogiado m s de lo justo Ciertamente este libro se nos vendi se nos ha vendido como un libro del gobierno, de la pasi n de mandar, como funciona el poder, pero en mi opini n no aporta nada Creo que el libro de Boleslaw Prus ha sido elogiado, porque es el manuel de cabecera de la izquierda Que es lo que pregona sino el intento de un Fara n ficticio, aunque Prus cre a en la existencia de este Fara n Ramses XIII, que intenta imponer una pol tica secularizadora, contra el clero egipcio y no lo consigue No he podido empatizar nada, con el que seg n muchos es el adorable cachorrillo, que intenta luchar contra la teocracia y mostrando en una visi n Hobesiano lo maravilloso, que es que el Estado controle nuestras vidas Debemos hablar un poquito de Prus un escritor, que se sublev contra Rusia, pero fracas , y desde ese mismo momento tuvo un trauma, que no super por lo que se aline a diversas teor as hoy fracasadas la de Comte para desenmascarar a Comte yo recomiendo la lectura del cap tulos del libro 60 preguntas sobre ciencia y fe Respondidas por 26 profesores de Universidad coordinado por Francisco Jos Soler Gil, y Manuel Alfonseca este cap tulo acabar n con la visi n id lica que pudieran tener del positivismo Otra influencia de Boleslaw Prus fueron Herbert Spencer, y Herbert George Wells que podr destacar por sus novelas de ciencia ficci n, pero no por su visi n de la historia, que ha sido francamente superada Pensaba a diferencia de su compatriota Henryk Sienkiewicz , que Polonia podr a recuperar su independencia si en lugar de basarse en la tradici n, y en la religi n adoptaba una fe en el progreso, y se modernizaba A o 11918 consigue la independencia, Pilsudski derrota a los comunistas, y en 1989 un Papa santo polaco llamado Juan Pablo II como un nuevo Moises consigue junto a otros librar a Polonia de las garras del comunismo Existe algo m s que el poder militar, y la semiciencia como la llama brillantemente Dostoyevski en Los demonios la ciencia es buena y ayuda en mucha cantidad a conocer a Dios, pero como arguy el ruso no debe convertirse en un dolo, que intente suplantarlo, como intentan los campeones del ate smo Un grupo de cient ficos, que hacen filosof a, y la hacen mal.Esto deja tocado el enfoque de Boleslaw Prus, a parte de esto el libro adolece de un grave defecto es insufriblemente largo, y muy pesado Es curioso Prus, que era cr tico con Sienkiewicz y le afeo los errores hist ricos en su trilog a polaca Los comete, y m s que l Primero gui ndose por la historia de Ignacy Zagniell con un ficticio Fara n de la XX dinast a Luego no tiene ni idea a un fenicio le pone el nombre de Dagon, que es una deidad filistea, se inventa un rey fenicio Hiram, que es muy posterior No se sabe los reyes asirios y se intenta uno llamado Assar, y un legado llamado Sarg n Durante la novela un sacerdote caldeo habla de la posibilidad de que Egipto sea devorado por Asiria Todav a le quedar a mucha independencia a Egipto, que no ser a conquistada por Asiria hasta el siglo VII a.c con Asarhadon, y Assurbanipal Vemos como otro de los nombres es Tamar, que es nombre hebreo Por no hablar del uso de metales que en esa poca no exist a Dice el autor del pr logo que el autor busca la perfecci n psicol gica, y que no hay un melodrama al estilo de las novelas de Walter Scott, pero es lo nico, que en realidad hay El matrimonio con la jud a Sara es poco cre ble, y su suplantaci n por Kama tambi n Esa trama es enormemente d bil, y poco cre ble La lucha entre Ramses XIII y los sacerdotes Herhor un moderno Richelieu, Cisneros Mefres, y Mentezufis es m s personal que religiosa Veremos c mo al final se lleva a cabo las pol ticas sociales de Ramses XIII, lo que me lleva a hacerme otra pregunta Egipto empieza a decaer a partir de la dinast a XXI a lo mejor las pol ticas del impetuoso, y orgulloso fara n no eran tan buenas, si acaban llevando al declive de su pueblo Ciertamente aunque las pol ticas sociales que propone Ramses son justas y razonables, y pueden ser compatibles con distributismo, y la pol tica social de la Iglesia Lo que preocupa es devolver al estado, y darle un poder omn modo, como el que tuvo en poca de los Cesares, d nde se lleg a la divinizaci n del Emperador, sin llegar a protegerlo Vemos que la persona pierde derechos, y no puede hacer nada sin que el Pap Estado se lo indique esto es muy preocupante, y uno empieza a entender porque esta era la novela favorita del genocida Iosif Stalin si hay una damnatio memoriae para Hitler y el nazismo, tambi n deber a haberla para el comunismo Pese a su amistad con Zeromski quiero creer que Prus no buscaba un Estado Socialista, y que pensaba que este modelo era lo mejor para Polonia.Esta novela tiene algunas cosas buenas como que no es una novela de buenos, y malos y que los personajes son grises, que es realista, aunque Prus tiende a caer en el fatalismo No teniendo sus novelas un final feliz Recomiendo su relato sacado de la Mu eca de Cuentos populares polacos Muy posiblemente esta novela inspirar a la de Mika Waltari, pero la suya, salvo los fallos, que le hall Alfonseca es m s hist ricamente veros mil, y a parte de tener una ndole religiosa el culto de Akenat n es un culto protocristiano Es la lucha del individuo contra la tiran a, y es lo que hace la novela de Mika Waltari m tica y verdadera Aqu es una lucha de antagonismos que acaban por aburrir al lector, y que resuelve de forma muy chusca, como si fuera una novela juvenil de Mark Twain, o un comic de Tint n Est bien para j venes, pero no para lectores expertos Si me fascin una cosa de la novela de Prus la aparici n del Doppelganger, o el doble maligno, que est s muy presente en el romanticismo alem n En este caso la n mesis de Ramses a parte de Herhor es un mercenario griego venal, y sin escr pulos Alg n personaje merece atenci n como Pentuer, o el amanerado Tutmosis Tambi n es interesante el dilema de si extranjeros s en este caso los fenicios son el chivo expiatorio , o si se siguen pol ticas laicistas.Con todo es el peor t tulo hasta el momento, aunque no es peor, que otros t tulos que he le do.


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    A dense and wandering story about the fictional pharaoh Rameses XIII and his inability to manage the affairs of state He is a capable military commander, but is increasingly unable to manage the economy, and he fails to communicate with all other factions, ranging from the clergy to his wives There s something obviously interesting here, but it s hampered by the clunky and probably wrong translation There are some phrases here so unusual that Curtin likely translated some idioms literally If only there was something better


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    A book from my childhood not exactly for a child , I didn t care back there that it s a brick I ve read it than once, but not sure how many times, I ve chose 2 because it s not just once It s still one of my favourites to this day, and not just because of priestess Kama This book, written in the end of 19th century, still remains valid If you like historical and or political novels, this one is definitely for you.More detailed review after I read it again.


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    OPINIA Z 12 LUTEGO 2006Wcze niej w szkole nie by em zmuszany do czytania tej lektury i ca e szcz cie, bo prawdopodobnie zepsu oby mi to powie Gdyby nie to, e przez przypadek kolejny raz przeczyta em nowelk Z legend dawnego Egiptu to min oby wiele lat do zaliczenia tej ksi ki Dopiero teraz mog powiedzie , e Boles aw Prus to jedyny polski pisarz, kt rego nie tylko trawi , ale i bardzo lubi jego styl pisania, budowania napi cia itp Zreszt wszystkie jego teksty ko cz si w ten sam spos b, a i tak jako nie mog si do tego przyzwyczai kto czyta Lalk i Faraona wie o co biega.OPINIA Z 9 PA DZIERNIKA 2010 Jest to najstarsza recenzja ksi ki, jak uda o mi si znale Jest to te ten tytu , kt ry pobudzi moje zainteresowania do zbierania swoich opinii po zaliczeniu tytu u.Zako czenie liceum pozwoli o mi na obiektywne wracanie lub poznawanie lektur, kt re wcze niej musia bym rozpracowywa zrobi sekcj strona po stronie Wymy la lub zgadywa , jakie jest przes anie i co znawcy cz sto lepiej wiedz cy od samego autora uznali za esencj ksi ki Faraon to w a nie ta lektura, kt ra zosta a przeczytana po tym, ci kim dla literatury, okresie, jakim jest szko a i wymuszanie czytania odpowiednich ksi ek I nie mog powiedzie , e si nie nudzi em podczas czytania By y d u yzny, kt re mnie bardzo irytowa y, ale to by kr tki okres, kiedy by em zafascynowany Egiptem i potrzebowa em czego w tych klimatach.I maj c na uwadze innych autor w, kt rzy zostali moim zdaniem , skrzywdzeni przez los i dostali miano wybitnych autor w, a najwi ksz ich nagrod by o umieszczenie ich dzie na li cie lektur, spodziewa em si sztampowego zako czenia Gdzie Sta i Nel w ko cu znajduj swoich ojc w, a Zbyszko po mierci Danusi znalaz ukojenie mi dzy udami Jagienki.Boles aw Prus pokaza zako czenie najgorsze i najokrutniejsze Gdzie nie ostateczna mier jest tragiczna, ale przyw aszczenie, wykluczenie, a w ko cu zapomnienie Nie tego si spodziewa em Eskalacja konfliktu w ostatnich rozdzia ach zapowiada a, e albo wydarzy si jaki cud i wszystko zako czy si dobrze, albo jedziemy do straszliwego fina u I chyba dlatego tak dobrze czyta o mi si t ksi k Zapominam jej d u yzny, na kt re pewnie by em zbyt m ody, bo to co dosta em na sam koniec by o jednym z najciekawszych zako cze , jakie znam I w a nie dlatego mog poleci przeczytanie tej nie lektury, ale powie ci.http majinfox.blogspot.com


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    A3 dataZagreb, 1996.Prijevod s poljskog Ferdinand Krajnovi Jezi no jako dobro strukturirano knji evno djelo, posjeduje konzervativan ritam koji uop e ne zamara nego daje tekstu da ak kulosti Prijevod prati original u pogledu kori tenja izvornih staroegipatskih onima Ni sam nisam znao da se na staroegipatskom sam Egipat zvao Kemet, Egipat je starogr ki naziv, u pogledu apelativa faraon se na staroegipatskom zvao nesu Dakle, Prus je bacao endonime, u samom pogovoru je istaknuto kako je cjelokupna terminologija u vezi Egipta sa injena od egzonima starogr kog podrijetla.Radnja baca debelu sponu sa Sinuhom Egip aninom Mike Waltarija, malo mi je bolji Sinuhe , no itah ga kada bijah mlad, u srednjoj krajem nultih, pa je mo da radi toga Sinuhe u meni ostavio jaki utisak.Spona Sinuha i Faraona je na op enitoj sadr ajnoj i anrovskoj razini povijesni roman staroegipatske tematike jer Sinuhe govori o Ehnatonu iz 14 stolje a prije Krista, a Faraon o Ramzesu 13 iz 11 stolje a prije Krista.Izrazito je kvalitetno psiholo ki produbljen protagonist romana, mladi faraon Ramzed 13 Ve i dio romana govori o Ramzesu prije nego to je postao nesu faraon Li nost faraona je tako sjajno skicirana, u asno detaljno, roman prati sve njegove misli, promjene u razmi ljanju i vrijednostima, do tan ina njegovih sumnji, da bih ovaj roman uvijek stavio kao paradigmatski primjer duboke i slo ene psiholo ke karakterizacije Ideolo ki podtekst romana je sukob Crkve i dr ave, odnosno sve enstva i faraonove administracije Faraon, kako je ivotno slo en kao li nost, je i naivan idealist, i pragmati ni lukavac, i izgubljeni nihilist, sve navedeno se ne odigrava strogo kronolo ki pa je i u tom vidu roman ivotno vjeran Antagonizam faraona i sve enstva se prikazuje kao dihotomija u vezi love i mo i Obi ni egipatski puk se esto prikazuje ateisti kim to se potkrijepljuje time da je velik broj stranaca u Egiptu naru io vjeru u egipatske bogove Kako je 11 stolje e prije Krista ve doba zalaza staroegipatske civilizacije vjerojatno je tako i uistinu bilo Oduvijek sam bio uvjeren da je moralo biti ateista me u neobrazovnim pukom starih civilizacija Sve enstvo je tehnolo ki napredno te skriva tajna znanja u vezi tehnologije, kemije ili fizike koje koristi kao na in pla enja i kontrole puka Jedan sve enik otkriva i svojevrsni parni stroj, Spengler je u Propasti Zapada tvrdio kako su u antici uistinu razvili parni stroj, no nisu ga koristili jer nisu imali na u faustovsku te nju za beskrajem No, ne emo sad o Spengiju Bacio bih paralelu s trikova sve enika koji putem znanosti prisiljavaju puk da im daje robu i lovu s HAARP programom Nisam siguran provodi li se uistinu HAARP, no zanimljivo je kako nitko ne govori o tome Kako centri mo i HAARPOM potencijalno kontroliraju dana nji puk Prodaju maglu o globalnom zatopljenju kako bi sve dr ali u nesigurnosti te provodili odr ivi razvoj u kojem e nakljukati transhumanisti ku propagandu Mislite da sam paranoidan Pogledajte neku gej paradu, poslu ajte diskurs o tome kako nema rasprave da je globalno zatopljenje ljudski uvjetovano, pogledajte prazninu i fundamentalizam u o ima liberala kada govore kako je planet ugro en Liberali su useful idiotsi centrima mo i jer doslovce putem HAARPA potencijalno upravljaju ahovskom plo om Kako to da je Asadova Sirija do ivjela tolike su e prije i tokom rata , kako to da je Islamska Republika Iran tako er do ivjela tolike su e i potrese Znam, zvu im kao neka budala iz Krivog zida, no samo malo prou ite HAARP Pa nije zlatokosi nogometa tolika budala, ve a budala je svaka osoba koja vjerni ki govori o ekologiji i odr ivom razvoju ivimo u totalitarizmu ba zato jer nitko i ne do ivljava ovo totalitarizmom, isto kao to velika ve ina u Sjevernoj Koreji ne do ivljava Sjevernu Koreju totalitarnom Dakle, to ako ljudi mijenjaju ustinu klimu, no ne putem izgaranja fosilnih goriva nego HAARPOM Ali, jebe se vama za to Vi ete upozoravati kako se ledenjaci tope, vjerojatno ne ete ni znati da se magnetski pol mi e sve ve om brzinom od Arktika prema Sibiru, laprdat ete kako moramo smanjiti uglji ki otisak, nekriti ki i poslu no ete ispunjavati ono to vam National Geographic govori, i najva nije od svega, mislit ete da ste slobodni i da manjina znanstvenici znaju i da ih treba slu ati Na isti na in su Egip ani slu ali sve enstvo u hramovima Cijeli ivot itam National Geographic, pro itah sve brojeve od 2003 do danas, i mogu vam re i kako njihova sveprisutnija uporaba grafika, stripova i elemenata knji evnosti me podsje a na hijeroglife koje veli aju faraona i sve enstvo Tekstovi o znanstvenicima, kao i dokumentarci o pojedinim znanstvenicima, bacaju na srednjovjekovne hagiografije, ivotopise svetih otaca.Ukratko, proguglajte HAARP control weather Hasta luego


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    This book can be considered as political fiction as well as show how to not do the things when you are crown prince Ramses XIII was fictional ruler whose rule was so short to even be mentioned We follow him as a prince who decided to oppose to high priests, who had real power in their hands now pharaoh He was naive and he often indulge affairs with women, which brought so much misery to everyone except him He ignored blissfully everything and everyone in his way to clean Egypt and brought it to its former glory He barely managed but his adversary high priest Herhor used one thing which prince did not havebrains He used every possible way how to get what he wanted aka to be pharaoh He succeeded by using science and cold calculation.


  10. says:

    I was so upset towards the end of the book when I figured out it wasn t going to end happily the way I would have liked it to But I was not disappointed that I read it The old English writing was easy to overcome as I really got involved in the story I caught myself at times, speaking to my family in that manner not long after setting the book down The author took great lengths to describe settings so that you could almost imagine yourself standing in a temple or sitting in the desert I m just sorry our hero was not successful in the end and the success went to someone I perceived as being on of the bad guys.


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