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Maj Sjwall i Per Wahl: Roseanna


Columna Edicions, 2009 (272 pàgines)

El cos d'una jove apareix al precis llac Vttern, a Sucia. Tres mesos desprs, l'inspector Martin Beck noms sap que el seu nom era Roseanna, que va venir de Lincoln, Nebraska, i que va poder haver estrangulat qualsevol de les vuitanta-cinc persones que viatjaven amb ella en vaixell. Roseanna s la primera novel la de la srie de l'inspector Beck, que gaudeix del reconeixement de la crtica mundial especialitzada en literatura policial com la major obra del gnere escrita en les ltimes dcades.

 

 
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2029-05-13 SQClkGTzlqyv
Jeff, quite honestly, I think you are right in esensce but have exaggerated the extent to which this will be a problem for the electorate. I say that because I too share a genuine despair about the mechanics of party politics, the promotion of career politicians and the utter dilution of political ideology at the top level. It's the exact reason I was so disgusted with Labour's campaign in May, given that every policy position they advocated smacked of the desperation to be elected that is essentially the core value of the New Labour project.Where I think you are exaggerating is when you say that people will be afraid Scotland would have too many of these career politicians to make its own way. To make this argument completely misses the point that the current leaders of the three Westminster parties are in this exact same mould. Ok, you can argue that some of them have had jobs outside the political sphere (the respectable Tories who didn't make their millions through Daddy's Trust Fund) but the basic argument stands: these men were bred to be politicians. David Cameron is the archetype, in that he has been destined for high office from his opulent childhood; Ed Miliband has clawed his way tooth and nail through a labyrinthine party election system designed to encourage sooks and teacher's pets who toe the line; and as for Nick Clegg, he was specifically chosen by the Lib Dems because he believes nothing and was therefore most malleable to getting them into government.Contrasted to the SNP team, who by definition have at least one core ideological tenet they will not surrender on, I feel the discrepancy is enormous. And if Nicola Sturgeon, Richard Lochead, Eileigh Whiteford and Angus Robertson are the future of the party, at least we know the SNP won't be burdened by these PR primadonnas at the top level. Can Labour or the Coalition partners say the same?
2005-04-13 XaRaqbfQ
Jeff, quite honestly, I think you are right in ecnssee but have exaggerated the extent to which this will be a problem for the electorate. I say that because I too share a genuine despair about the mechanics of party politics, the promotion of career politicians and the utter dilution of political ideology at the top level. It's the exact reason I was so disgusted with Labour's campaign in May, given that every policy position they advocated smacked of the desperation to be elected that is essentially the core value of the New Labour project.Where I think you are exaggerating is when you say that people will be afraid Scotland would have too many of these career politicians to make its own way. To make this argument completely misses the point that the current leaders of the three Westminster parties are in this exact same mould. Ok, you can argue that some of them have had jobs outside the political sphere (the respectable Tories who didn't make their millions through Daddy's Trust Fund) but the basic argument stands: these men were bred to be politicians. David Cameron is the archetype, in that he has been destined for high office from his opulent childhood; Ed Miliband has clawed his way tooth and nail through a labyrinthine party election system designed to encourage sooks and teacher's pets who toe the line; and as for Nick Clegg, he was specifically chosen by the Lib Dems because he believes nothing and was therefore most malleable to getting them into government.Contrasted to the SNP team, who by definition have at least one core ideological tenet they will not surrender on, I feel the discrepancy is enormous. And if Nicola Sturgeon, Richard Lochead, Eileigh Whiteford and Angus Robertson are the future of the party, at least we know the SNP won't be burdened by these PR primadonnas at the top level. Can Labour or the Coalition partners say the same?
 

 

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