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By Richard Louv

Richard Louv used to be the 1st to spot a phenomenon all of us knew existed yet couldn't particularly articulate: nature-deficit affliction. His ebook Last baby within the Woods created a countrywide dialog concerning the disconnection among childrens and nature, and his message has galvanized a world flow. Now, 3 years after its preliminary booklet, we've reached a tipping aspect, with go away No baby within projects followed in a minimum of 30 areas inside 21 states, and in Canada, Holland, Australia, and nice Britain.

This new version displays the big alterations that experience taken position because the book—and this grassroots movement— have been introduced. It includes:

• one zero one belongings you can do to create switch on your group, college, and family.
• dialogue issues to motivate humans of every age to discuss the significance of nature of their lives.
• a brand new afterword through the writer concerning the transforming into go away No baby inside of movement.
• New and up to date study confirming that direct publicity to nature is key for the actual and emotional future health of youngsters and adults.

it is a publication that might swap how you take into consideration your destiny and the way forward for your kids.

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Original: «Nagle, jak przez izy, obraz zaczyna si^ mieniö i blakn^c» (p. 239); traduction: «Vdrug, 14 Edward Balcerzan tocno skvoz'slezy, videnie nacinaet drozaf i bleknut» (p. 169). Original: «Okno jest obrazem przybitym na martwym, kamiennym prostok^cie szarej iciany dnia» (p. 37); traduction: «Okna — eto kartiny, povesennye na mertvyj, kamennyj prjamougolnik seroj steny dnja» (p. 97). Dans ce contexte «kartina» a le sens de «tableau». Dans d'autres passages de la version de l'auteur le meme mot signifie ä son tour «image de film».

Ce souvenir, h e u r e u x au debut, subit ensuite u n e m e t a m o r p h o s e interieure, de la joie (de la cendre de la tristesse) renait la tristesse, c o m m e le ver n a q u i t des cendres de l'oiseau Phenix. D ä m a s o Alonso, le g r a n d connaisseur de Gongora, transcrit le sens 28 Josef Cermdk de ces vers de cette fa5on: Ce Soleil de la beaute de sa dame, l'ayant evoque ä present, a brüle et reduit en cendres le plumage noir des souvenirs melancoliques que le jeune homme avait gardes.

188). D'abord les jeunes filles juives evoquent les souvenirs erotiques de Solomin. Quelle que soit la fagon d'apaiser «l'extase de la faim», Solomin — ce qui ne resulte que du texte de la traduction — lie avec cet apaisement une certaine absence de mepris, pour ainsi dire. Traduction: « V momenty zazdy ekstaza — evrecki» (p. 110). Dans un autre cas, l'image des jeunes filles juives n'evoque qu'un seul sentiment: cruaute. Cette fois, Solomin, dans la version russe, emploie un autre mot: «zydovocki».

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