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De l'antre des illusions au pandemonium des sophismes (1) by Alexis F. Ouendeno Book Summary:
L’antre des illusions c’est le vaste Univers des rêves purs et naïfs de tous les "enfants du monde" (j’appelle ici "enfants" tous ceux qui en ont gardé le cœur) et de toutes les consciences droites et intègres de notre Planète ; c’est aussi la douce et fraîche caverne où s’abrite l’ingénuité de cet étudiant en médecine qui a cru, pendant tout son séjour à la Faculté, au bien-fondé du Conseil de l’Ordre des Médecins, en sa protection et son arbitrage absolument impartial ; c’est l’ensemble des idéaux chimériques perdus en songes creux de tant de misérables et d’innocents de la Terre... Le pandémonium des sophismes c’est, en fait, la triste réalité de la vie, le magma quotidien, le Royaume où se déroulent tous les procès stupides et incohérents, la Géhenne où se réunissent les Minos, les Eaque, les Rhadamante et tous les "juges d’Enfer" de la race humaine afin de torturer, sans raison valable, tous les êtres qui œuvrent pour un meilleur équilibre de l’Humanité ; c’est l’Empire des raisonnements faux et de toutes les pseudo-logiques, de tous les mensonges et des syllogismes erronés et insensés, des magouilles et des artifices qu’utilisent certains loups et certains renards de la Terre pour condamner leur frère ou leur confrère... ; c’est la sombre et lugubre excavation de l’injustice humaine engendrée par ceux que dévorent jalousie, haine, méchanceté et médiocrité... Le pandémonium des sophismes c’est le feu qu’allument des esprits cyniques et machiavéliques pour incendier corps, cœur, esprit, et émotivit酠; c’est l’enfer de la bêtise humaine où s’assemblent tous ceux qui ne voient pas plus loin que le bout de leur nez ; c’est un royaume aussi vaste que la bêtise elle-même, sans limite ; c’est la personnification de l’injustice humaine sous tous les climats du monde ; c’est la prison de l’ignorance dans la nuit de l’ineptie scientifique..., c’est le mal gratuitement distribué..., mais c’est aussi et surtout la mauvaise foi et le manque de loyauté et de sincérité de tous les milieux sociaux. Le pandémonium des sophismes, c’est la profonde et ténébreuse vallée de la souffrance des hommes, le funèbre séjour artificiellement conçu, en pleine civilisation et mis en place par l’homme..., les tristes rivages d’en deçà du Styx, de l’Achéron ou du Léthé..., les sinistres et macabres bords où gisent et souffrent, sans répit, des millions et des millions d’autres Tantale ou de Sisyphe, des millions d’autres Danaïdes, ou encore des centaines de millions d’autres suppliciés moins célèbres, certes, mais combien plus dignes de pitié du fait de leur innocence et de leur bonté, formant la foule des opprimés qu’on appelle l’homme... Il gémit de désespoir sous tous les cieux et dans tous les continents, dans chaque pays et sous tous les gouvernements... Il est plongé en permanence dans un flot de larmes ou dans un bain de sang... ; il séjourne dans d’odieuses prisons qu’on appelle intransigeance, étroitesse d’esprit et lâcheté ; il est surveillé par des Cerbères qui ont pour nom coutumes, traditions et préjugés ; il est écrasé par des chênes déracinés qu’on désigne par les vocables de stupidités et d’absurdité ; il est guidé par les gouvernails qu’on appelle ignorance et ténèbres ; il est "écrasé" ou "guillotiné" par deux bourreaux : deux monstres aux dents d’acier, la méchanceté et la haine. Il gémit, sanglote, pleure et crie mais sans jamais se faire entendre. L’auteur.
Pandémonium by Régine Detambel Book Summary:
A Vignac, dans l'Aude, Joachim Wagner, assisté par ses trois frères et leurs épouses, dirigeait jadis une maison de retraite, la Gloriette. Mais il n'y a plus de pensionnaires depuis longtemps : en 1947, les Wagner ont été traînés en justice par les familles des vieillards et condamnés pour mauvais traitements et spoliations. Depuis la rumeur a rebaptisé l'endroit Pandémonium.
Pandemonium by Andrew Nikiforuk Book Summary:
Is the pace and scale of global trade endangering our livestock, hospitals and waterways? How vulnerable is our food to bacterial, viral and fungal invaders? Do certain trade goods cause more biological trouble than others? And - most importantly - how can we do things differently? Whether it's pandemics like avian flu, the potential loss of most of the world's banana crops to disease, or the devastation of a foot-and-mouth epidemic, the deadly pace of globalization and biological traffic in all living things invites disaster. While we enjoy our twenty-first century global lifestyle - international travel, cheap imported cars, summer fruits in the supermarket year-round thanks to global food sourcing - it's all too easy to forget the downside. Pandemonium is a vital guide to the hidden consequences of globalization. Continue those preparations and protect what is uniquely yours- Australia.
Description of an Attempt to Illustrate Milton's Pandemonium by Robert Burford Book Summary:
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Pandemonium by Thomas McCarthy Book Summary:
Written in the wake of Ireland’s 2008 economic collapse, Thomas McCarthy’s Pandemonium moves between lament and protest in search of a meaningful response in language. Many of the poems were written during a period of retreat along Ireland’s south-west coast, a landscape that imbues McCarthy’s politics with geological intensity. The Atlantic horizon ‘where the sun lies down in the west to die’ is mirrored inland by corruption and rot, a modern Ireland beset, in the poet’s eyes, by financial and moral pandemonium. McCarthy’s subtle satiric wit and understated lyricism preserve raw outrage as historical document. His poems register the moral ire of many during a pivotal era of Irish history, leading with the poet’s only weapon, the word – ‘the ink trail that pain makes on the page’.
Pandemonium by Gibson Burrell Book Summary:
`A truly bizarre and sometimes filthy historical canter through abatoirs, satyriasis and Noel Edmonds' House Party, among other things, towards a theory of organisation' - The Times 'The author pursues a vigorous polemic on organisational development' - Financial Times In this irreverent and inventive book, Gibson Burrell seeks to circumvent the established frameworks which have defined our understanding of organization and organizations. He brings us tales from under the edge which enmire us in the nether side of modernist organization. By looking backwards deep into the history of Western societies, and sideways across the broad domain of social and cult
Pandemonium by Warren Fahy Book Summary:
Deep beneath the Ural Mountains, in an underground city carved out by slave labor during the darkest hours of the Cold War, ancient caverns hold exotic and dangerous life-forms that have evolved in isolation for countless millennia. Cut off from the surface world, an entire ecosystem of bizarre subterranean species has survived undetected—until now. Biologists Nell and Geoffrey Binswanger barely survived their last encounter with terrifying, invasive creatures that threatened to engulf the planet. They think the danger is over until a ruthless Russian tycoon lures them to his underground metropolis, where they find themselves confronted by a vicious menagerie of biological horrors from their past—and by entirely new breeds of voracious predators. Now they're rising up from the bowels of the Earth to consume the world as we know it. USA Today praised Warren Fahy's debut novel, Fragment, as "a rollicking tale [that] will enthrall readers of Jurassic Park and The Ruins." Now Fahy sets off an even more thrilling stampede of action and suspense, bursting forth from the hellish depths of...Pandemonium. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Pandemonium by Chris Wooding Book Summary:
Acclaimed author Chris Wooding's first graphic novel -- fun fantasy-adventure with a macabre twist! Seifer's life is about to become a royal pain. . . . As captain of the local skullball team, Seifer Tombchewer is the envy of his peers. He's fast, he's strong, and he flies circles around the competition. But Seifer's always dreamed of more--of leaving his tiny, remote village for a new life beyond the mountains. He just never dreamed it would happen like this. Knocked unconscious and abducted, Seifer awakens in the royal palace to learn that Prince Talon Pandemonium has gone missing. And since Seifer is a ringer for Talon, it's his duty to replace the missing royal in his roles of diplomat, warrior, and Lord Defender of the Realm. He might fool Talon's sisters. He might fool Talon's army. But Seifer has little hope of fooling Talon's enemies. . . . Chris Wooding and debut artist Cassandra Diaz team for a classic tale of mistaken identity set against the breathtakingly original backdrop of the Darkling Realm.
Pandemonium by Daryl Gregory Book Summary:
It is a world like our own in every respect . . . save one. In the 1950s, random acts of possession begin to occur. Ordinary men, women, and children are the targets of entities that seem to spring from the depths of the collective unconscious, pop-cultural avatars some call demons. There’s the Truth, implacable avenger of falsehood. The Captain, brave and self-sacrificing soldier. The Little Angel, whose kiss brings death, whether desired or not. And a string of others, ranging from the bizarre to the benign to the horrific. As a boy, Del Pierce is possessed by the Hellion, an entity whose mischief-making can be deadly. With the help of Del’s family and a caring psychiatrist, the demon is exorcised . . . or is it? Years later, following a car accident, the Hellion is back, trapped inside Del’s head and clamoring to get out. Del’s quest for help leads him to Valis, an entity possessing the science fiction writer formerly known as Philip K. Dick; to Mother Mariette, a nun who inspires decidedly unchaste feelings; and to the Human League, a secret society devoted to the extermination of demons. All believe that Del holds the key to the plague of possession–and its solution. But for Del, the cure may be worse than the disease. “Look out, Lethem! Daryl Gregory mixes pop culture and pathos, flavoring it with Philip K. Dick. Pandemonium possesses every quality you want in a great novel, and the good news is it’s only his debut.” –Charles Coleman Finlay, Hugo and Nebula Award-nominated author of The Prodigal Troll From the Trade Paperback edition.
Pandemonium and Parade by Michael Dylan Foster Book Summary:
Water sprites, mountain goblins, shape-shifting animals, and the monsters known as yôkai have long haunted the Japanese cultural landscape. This history of the strange and mysterious in Japan seeks out these creatures in folklore, encyclopedias, literature, art, science, games, manga, magazines, and movies, exploring their meanings in the Japanese cultural imagination and offering an abundance of valuable and, until now, understudied material. Michael Dylan Foster tracks yôkai over three centuries, from their appearance in seventeenth-century natural histories to their starring role in twentieth-century popular media. Focusing on the intertwining of belief and commodification, fear and pleasure, horror and humor, he illuminates different conceptions of the "natural" and the "ordinary" and sheds light on broader social and historical paradigms—and ultimately on the construction of Japan as a nation.
Pandemonium Ascendant by Dr. S. Fern Book Summary:
Fleeing the Corsair Coast, the fugitive sorcerer Dakuran El-Alamir and his companion Mikhael travel west towards the Plains of Madness in search of power. Seeking to unite the might of the Abyss with that of Pandemonium, Dakuran would rule the whole of the known world. Standing in his way, however, is the kingdom of the Eittendorfer and the fastness of Castle Wundigstein. Will the stone of Wundigstein and the mettle of those who defend it turn the chaotic tide that has been unleashed, or will the streets of this mighty fortress-city echo with the cries of daemons; a foretaste of the doom to come?
Pirate Pandemonium/Pandemonium at School by Jeremy Strong Book Summary:
Pirate Pandemonium: Witts End Primary School is definitely at its wits' end when it calls on Miss Pandemonium to look after unruly Class 5. But Miss Pandemonium soon realizes that her battle isn't with the children, it's with Mrs Earwigger, the deputy head - she will stop at nothing to defeat Pirate Pandemonium and her class of swashbuckling shipmates! Pandemonium At School: Dullandon Primary School runs strictly by the headmaster's timetable until the day a supply teacher, Miss Pandemonium, arrives. Within a week she has everyone trying to fly in home-made helicopters, making Friendship Cake which is far too friendly, and she even persuades the head, Mr Shrapnell, to cross the swimming pool in a leaky tin tub. Mr Shrapnell thinks it's all too much to put up with but, when the school inspector praises the school for its creative work, he comes round to her way of thinking.
Pink Pandemonium by Beatriz Gea Book Summary:
Beatriz Gea is a fresh author who has just published her first two books: El pavo enamorado and Memoirs and Oddities of a Spanglish, and this novel is a comedy biography that completes the second part of the last-mentioned book where her character Mia continues with her complicated life about love and work, looking for somewhere to settle down at and waiting for that someone really special she misses in her routine. But will she finally find him?
Pandemonium Issue #2 by Jason Gray Book Summary:
The second installment of the ongoing "Pandemonium" serial, Erik La Chance saves Alex from her dad, but the P.A.G.A.N. Society learns of his disappearance. He learns of his dark origins and saves her from her dark future. The second in an ongoing collection of issues to be reassembled at a later date in one massive volume as "Horror World 6: Pandemonium".
Puppet Pandemonium by Diane Roberts Book Summary:
Goodbye Seattle. Goodbye baseball buddies. Goodbye Gram & her cool puppet shows. Hello, Texas. Baker is sure there isn't anything worse than moving. Except being THE NEW KID. Sure, Gram gave him Waldo, a ventriloquist's dummy, for company-- but a puppet, no matter how funny it is, can't take the place of real friends. Baker is bummed. Until he starts school and discovers that kids in Texas (cowboy hats aside) aren't as different as he thought. And that puppets just might be the key to fitting in. Let the show begin! From the Hardcover edition.