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Montpellier: Fata Morgana, 1979 (1 edition 1948, in "Le choix, le monde, l'existence", Cahiers de philosophie No 1).
In a land of detritus, wreckage and fire that strongly pre-figures the apocalyptic mise en scene of Lessons Of Darkness, Fata Morgana offers an increasingly despairing and disillusioned view of mankind as corrupter and polluter of an almost primeval landscape, set in poignant and marked relief only by the native people who wander aimlessly, as though lost, amid the technological flotsam and jetsam that has turned their (our) land into a graveyard.
Entonces las almas de los personajes y el acontecer mismo esperan el soplo de vida circunstancial que les otorga el lector y que se volatiliza, como una Fata Morgana, al momento de cerrar la pagina.
It was the ne plus ultra plant of its time, when visions of "automatic factories" were the Fata Morgana of automotive executives: Robots would do the heavy lifting, the complex tasks, and practically everything else.
Its modern attractions include the disorientating Villa Volta, the hugely-popular fantasy Dream Flight and Fata Morgana, a mystical boat trip through the Orient similar to Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean.
In several pieces included in Fata Morgana, West argues that Celati maps a fictional world to destabilize Western customs, beliefs, and practices.
Creo firmemente en que el Relojero posee un numero infinito de rostros, como lo dejo dicho Fata Morgana en la demostracion de Su Existencia.
Especially intriguing for their thrust are Kuyper's early social critique ("Uniformity: The Curse of Modern Life"), which shows a surprisingly Romantic side of Kuyper; his brilliant "Modernism: A Fata Morgana in the Christian Domain" (which could serve as a prophylactic against the seduction of neolatry); "Common Grace" and "Common Grace in Science" (for Kuyper's own formulations of his distinctive contribution to neo-Reformed systemics); and "Evolution," which both skewers naturalism more than some would expect while also respecting organic development more than often anticipated.
His greatest novel, Fata Morgana (1904-10), represented a new approach to the traditional theme of social conflict in a small village.
He adapted Fata Morgana (1931) from the Hungarian in collaboration with J.
His poems exalting love include those in Le Revolveracheveux blancs (1932), L'Amour fou (1937), Fata Morgana (1942; translated as 1969), and