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Susanne Koch

To have novel by Susanne Koch since Thursday, September 16, 2010 in bookstores. The novel by Susanne Koch “Hannah’s House” is since Thursday, September 16, 2010, in the entire bookselling and the pad – Publisher. The book includes reading exciting 190 pages. “Hannah’s House” is not a whodunit, but just as exciting, and “Hannah’s House” is not a fairy tale, but it’s all been thought up. “Hannah’s House” is not a factual report, however, are some things, like places or parts of history, facts. “Hannah’s House” is the first novel of a young woman from Hagen.

After several publications of short stories and poems, she is now dares to her first novel. And this novel is truly. Dream and reality, peppered with the spice of a crime and the sweetness of the great love, yet tense until the very end. Nevertheless all pure fiction. The 43-year old writer from Westphalia has chosen fantasy as a genre, because almost anything is possible. This genre is experimentiell hard to beat.

Their protagonists experience usually fantastic adventures in strange worlds, or the great love in another time, or help unhappy ghosts find their peace. Susanne Koch makes dreams come true. Read their stories, you can forget your everyday for a moment. The aim of the author is: that dreams in our time today, so cold and dreamless, not in oblivion advised. “There are still dreams”, says Susanne Koch. “Dreams never die and if you are looking for it, you’ll find them also.” Whether you even a dreamer can call it? “No!”, the author says, laughing. “I’m far too realistic!” “Hannah’s House” appeared in the: Pebo – publishing ISBN: 978-3-939257-05-0 price: 13.50 Susanne Koch, author

So Paulo

So Paulo: Perspective, 1985, p) ; ' ' The episode naturalista' ' , of Nelson 447); ‘ ‘ Alusio main Azevedo and naturalistas’ ‘ , of Alfredo Bosi (in concise History of Brazilian literature, 41. Ed. So Paulo: cutrix, 2006, P. 187 194); ‘ ‘ Realism. Naturalismo. Parnasianismo’ ‘ , of Afrnio Coutinho (in literature in Brazil. v 4.7 ed.

So Paulo, 2004, P. 4 12); This article will be divided in two sections. In the first one, intitled ‘ ‘ The metamorphosis of the metaphor of corpo’ ‘ , in which we will give approach in the body of the naturalistic and realistic personages, also demonstrating the distinction of the corporal characteristics romantic to become an analysis with the metaphor of the realistic and naturalistic body; in second, the zoomorfia in the tenement house, we will analyze as if the instincts compare the personages with the animals comparing desires attitudes human beings of the not rational animals in the book, the tenement house, of Alusio Azevedo. The edition of> The tenement house that we use for the elaboration of this article was of the Publishing company Cultural Money market, So Paulo, 2007. I – The METAMORPHOSIS OF the METAPHOR OF the BODY We will go to analyze, to follow, as it was the description of the body in the Romantismo, with its subjetivismo and modesty, to compare the changes happened in the evolution for metaphor of the body of the realistic and naturalistic personages, in Brazilian literature, thus detaching its differences in the description form, analysis, its approaches and what it provokes in the romantic men and the realists and naturalists. In the Romantismo, in what it touches to the narrative, it was common to the romancistas almost to hide the body of its personages, what it has everything to see with the ethics and moral of the authors of the time, that is, enters the two last decades of century XVIII and the ends of the first half of century XIX, if it verified the great rupture with the standards of the classic taste, extended by means of the iluminista Neoclassicismo.