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Satakunta Enduro CUP ry. on enduron harraste- sekä muita urheilutapahtumia organisoiva järjestö. Se on myös enduroharrastajien etuja ajava rekisteröity yhdistys. Etuja ajetaan mm. järjestämällä erilaisia ajo-sekä valmennustilaisuuksia lajin harrastajille. Toiminta aloitettiin syksyllä 2003, yhdistys rekisteröitiin virallisesti elokuussa 2009.

Kuudes kerta toden sanoi

25.09.2016 | 16:54

Miesmuistiin ei ole Punkalaitumen seudulla ollut näin kuivaa syksyä. Tuo kallion ylittävä lähtönousukin pölisi reippaanlaisesti ajajien lähtiessä tutustumiskierrokselle. Huomaa portaattomasti säädettävä lähtöleimausalusta

Kuudes kerta ja senkun pidot aina paranee

Hyvä on ollut suuntaus kun aina ollaan pystytty vähän petraamaan myhäili Vaskunlahden Juha jolla tuo päävastuu reitistä oli tänäkin vuonna. Juha on jo toisen polven moottoriurheiluvetäjiä Punkalaitumella sillä hänen isänsä Esko Vaskunlahti oli jo 60-luvulla järjestämässä noita Lintukankaan motocross ajoja paikkakunnalla.

... selitys ...

"Kyllä se hyvin pitkälti on ton Seppon vika että täällä yleensä ajetaan" naureskelee Metsärannan tilan isäntä Arvo Marttila. Piti alunperin tehdä metsälenkki hevosille mutta alue oli liian kivinen ja kannokkoinen. Bensiinikannua tuomassa Seppo Manninen. Kuvan siisti Suzuki oli muuten sunnuntaina myynnissä joten kyselkää jos kiinnostaa, kuutioita taisi olla 65

Metsärannan kuninkuus 2016

Tämän vuotisen kuninkuuden vei siis nimiinsä Vantaan Janne Rantanen. Kovin pisti kampoihin kuitenkin viime vuotista kuninkuutta puolustanut Porin Juha Vuoriniemi Viimevuotinen Juhan 12 sekunnin kaula vaihtui nyt 10 sekunnnin kaulaksi Jannen eduksi. Kolmannelle pallille saatiin komeasti uutta voimaa Tampereelta, 125 kuutiosella ajanut Erkka Soilumo. Todennäköistä on että Erkasta saadaan vielä jatkossakin kuulla, sen verran enemmän kokemusta omaavia isompien pyörien kuljettajia tämä nuorimies ohitti.

- Metsäranta GP 2016 tuloksia napsauttamalla kelloa!

... selitys ...

Metsärannan kalliot vaan kumisivat kun kajautimme ilmoille laulun Arvon syntymäpäivän kunniaksi

Aloitimme ajajakokous-tilaisuuden klo 10:45

Me, "Metsärannan mieslaulajat" aloitimme ajajakokouksen kajauttamalla "dir.mus." Juha Vaskunlahden johdolla tilanomistaja Arvo Marttilan syntymäpäivän kunniaksi komeasti ilmoille Mildred J.Hillin sävelmän Happy Birthday / Paljon Onnea, suomalaiset sanat Sauvo Puhtila.
Toisena sävelmävaihtoehtona meillä oli plakkarissa Arvon mekin ansaitsemme, suomalainen vanha kansansävelmä. Katsoimme kuitenkin ensinmainitun riittäväksi tällä kertaa äänihuulten avaamiseksi.

Sammin moottoriuutisia

14.03.2016 | 14:09

Santran Syheröt II

21.02.2016 | 19:37

Tervetuloa talven keskelle

Huippuolot Metsärannassa

12.10.2015 | 10:17

Huippumeininkiä taas Metsärannassa

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Download E-books Reality Hunger: A Manifesto PDF

| January 7, 2017 | admin | 0

By David Shields

With this landmark ebook, David Shields fast-forwards the dialogue of the primary creative problems with our time. Who owns principles? How transparent is the excellence among fiction and nonfiction? Has the speed of electronic tradition rendered conventional modes obsolete? Exploring those and similar questions, Shields orchestrates a refrain of voices, prior and current, to reframe debates in regards to the veracity of memoir and the relevance of the unconventional. He argues that our tradition is enthusiastic about “reality,” accurately simply because we adventure not often any, and urgently demands new types that include and produce the fractured nature of latest experience.

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Download E-books Seamus Heaney PDF

| January 7, 2017 | admin | 0

By Helen Vendler

sign up for Professor Helen Vendler in her direction lecture at the Yeats poem "Among college Children". View her insightful and passionate research besides a condensed analyzing and scholar reviews at the path.

Poet and critic are good met, as certainly one of our greatest writers on poetry takes up one of many world's nice poets.

the place different books at the Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney have dwelt mainly at the biographical, geographical, and political elements of his writing, this publication appears squarely and deeply at Heaney's poetry as paintings. A interpreting of the poet's improvement over the last thirty years, Seamus Heaney tells a narrative of poetic inventiveness, of ongoing experimentation in shape and expression. it truly is an encouraged and nuanced portrait of an Irish poet of public in addition to deepest existence, whose paintings has given voice to his afflicted instances.

With attribute discernment and eloquence, Helen Vendler lines Heaney's invention because it evolves from his beginnings in Death of a Naturalist (1966) via his most modern quantity, The Spirit point (1996). In sections entitled "Second Thoughts," she considers a regularly overlooked yet the most important a part of Heaney's evolving expertise: self-revision. right here we see how later poems go back to the subjects or genres of the sooner volumes, and reconceive them in mild of the poet's later attitudes or recommendations. Vendler surveys all of Heaney's efforts within the classical forms--genre scene, elegy, sonnet, parable, confessional poem, poem of perception--and brings to gentle his aesthetic and ethical attitudes.

Seamus Heaney's improvement as a poet is inextricably attached to the violent fight that has racked Northern eire. Vendler exhibits how, from one quantity to the subsequent, Heaney has maintained vigilant consciousness towards discovering a language for his time--"symbols enough for our predicament," as he has stated. the global reaction to these chanced on symbols means that their relevance extends a ways past this moment.

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Download E-books Invisible Listeners: Lyric Intimacy in Herbert, Whitman, and Ashbery PDF

| January 7, 2017 | admin | 0

By Helen Vendler

When a poet addresses a residing person--whether pal or enemy, lover or sister--we realize the expression of intimacy. yet what impels poets to jump throughout time and area to talk to invisible listeners, looking an amazing intimacy--George Herbert with God, Walt Whitman with a reader sooner or later, John Ashbery with the Renaissance painter Francesco Parmigianino? In Invisible Listeners, Helen Vendler argues that such poets needs to invent the language that would enact, at the web page, an intimacy they lack in life.

Through brilliantly insightful and gracefully written readings of those 3 nice poets over 3 diversified centuries, Vendler maps out their relationships with their selected listeners. For his half, Herbert revises the standard "vertical" deal with to God in want of a "horizontal" one-addressing God as a chum. Whitman hovers in a occasionally erotic, occasionally quasi-religious language in conceiving the democratic camerado, who will, following Whitman's instance, locate his precise self. And but the camerado should be changed, in Whitman's verse, through the final word invisible listener, demise. Ashbery, looking a fellow artist who believes that artwork constantly distorts what it represents, reveals he needs to commute to the distant prior. In tones either smooth and skeptical he addresses Parmigianino, whose amazing self-portrait in a convex replicate furnishes the poet with either a thought and a precedent for his personal innovations.

By developing the varieties and speech of perfect intimacy, those poets set forth the potential for a extra entire and passable human interchange--an ethics of relation that's uncoerced, realizing, and free.

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Download E-books The Wounded Surgeon: Confession and Transformation in Six American Poets PDF

| January 7, 2017 | admin | 0

By Adam Kirsch

"One of the main promising younger poet-critics in America" (Los Angeles Times) examines a progressive new release of poets.

Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop, Sylvia Plath, John Berryman, Randall Jarrell, and Delmore Schwartz shaped one of many nice constellations of expertise in American literature. within the a long time after global struggle II, they replaced American poetry ceaselessly by means of placing themselves in danger of their poems in a brand new and provocative manner. Their bold paintings helped to encourage the preferred kind of poetry referred to now as "confessional." yet partially because of their openness, they've got develop into higher identified for his or her tumultuous lives—afflicted through psychological affliction, alcoholism, and suicide—than for his or her paintings. This e-book reclaims their success via supplying severe "biographies of the poetry"—tracing the improvement of every poet's paintings, exploring their significant subject matters and strategies, and interpreting how they reworked existence into paintings. an amazing creation for readers coming to those significant American poets for the 1st time, it's going to additionally support veteran readers to understand their paintings in a brand new mild. 6 illustrations

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Download E-books All for Nothing: Hamlet's Negativity (Short Circuits) PDF

| January 7, 2017 | admin | 0

By Andrew Cutrofello

A specter is haunting philosophy -- the threat of Hamlet. Why is that this? Wherefore? What may still we do?

Entering from degree left: the philosopher's Hamlet. The philosopher's Hamlet is a conceptual personality, performed via philosophers instead of actors. He plays now not within the theater yet in the area of philosophical positions. In fascinated by not anything, Andrew Cutrofello severely examines the functionality background of this exact position.

The philosopher's Hamlet personifies negativity. In Shakespeare's play, Hamlet's speech and motion are often adverse; he's the depression Dane. such a lot could agree that he has not anything to be pleased approximately. Philosophers have taken Hamlet to embrace particular kinds of negativity that first got here into view in modernity. What the determine of the Sophist represented for Plato, Hamlet has represented for contemporary philosophers. Cutrofello analyzes 5 facets of Hamlet's negativity: his depression, unfavourable religion, nihilism, tarrying (which Cutrofello distinguishes from "delaying"), and nonexistence. alongside the best way, we meet Hamlet within the texts of Kant, Coleridge, Hegel, Marx, Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Freud, Russell, Wittgenstein, Heidegger, Benjamin, Arendt, Schmitt, Lacan, Deleuze, Foucault, Derrida, Badiou, Žižek, and different philosophers. Whirling throughout a country of endless area, the philosopher's Hamlet is not anything if no longer thought-provoking.

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Download E-books Los límites de la interpretación PDF

| January 7, 2017 | admin | 0

Un libro audaz y renovador que señala un hito decisivo en l. a. exertions crítica de Umberto Eco.

En este libro Umberto Eco se convierte en su propio objeto de estudio y analista de sí mismo. Acompañado de Dante, Leopardi y Joyce,e interpretando a los principales hermeneutas de sus obras, Eco replantea cuatro grandes problemas de l. a. semiótica moderna: los «límites de l. a. interpretación», el excesivo dispendio de «energía interpretativa», «los criterios de economía de lectura» y un ataque polémico a l. a. «práctica de l. a. deconstrucción».

Trata así de restablecer el equilibrio entre l. a. «intención del lector» y «la intención del autor», al tiempo que demuestra que el principio de los angeles semiosis ilimitada no puede consistir en una derivación incontrolable del sentido. Si bien las interpretaciones de un texto pueden ser infinitas, no todas son buenas, y aunque no sabemos cuáles son las mejores, sí es posible determinar las que resultan totalmente inaceptables.

«Un sabio que sabía todas las cosas simulando que las ignoraba para seguir estudiando.»
Juan Cruz, El País

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Download E-books Selected Letters of Langston Hughes PDF

| January 6, 2017 | admin | 0

This is the 1st entire choice from the correspondence of the long-lasting and cherished Langston Hughes. It deals a lifestyles in letters that showcases his many struggles in addition to his memorable achievements. prepared through decade and associated via professional observation, the quantity publications us via Hughes’s trip in all its points: own, political, functional, and—above all—literary. His letters diversity from these written to relations, significantly his father (who antagonistic Langston’s literary ambitions), and to associates, fellow artists, critics, and readers who sought him out through mail. those figures contain personalities reminiscent of Carl Van Vechten, Blanche Knopf, Zora Neale Hurston, Arna Bontemps, Vachel Lindsay, Ezra Pound, Richard Wright, Kurt Weill, Carl Sandburg, Gwendolyn Brooks, James Baldwin, Martin Luther King, Jr., Alice Walker, Amiri Baraka, and Muhammad Ali. The letters inform the tale of a made up our minds poet precociously discovering his mature voice; suffering to achieve his literary ambitions in an atmosphere in most cases opposed to blacks; attaining out bravely to the younger and demanding them to aspire past the bonds of segregation; utilizing his inventive status to serve the disenfranchised and the reason for social justice; irrepressibly giggling on the global regardless of its quirks and humiliations. Venturing bravely on what he referred to as the “big sea” of lifestyles, Hughes made his approach ahead regularly acutely aware that his merely desire of self-fulfillment and a feeling of non-public integrity lay in diligently pursuing his literary vocation. Hughes’s voice in those pages, more desirable by means of photos and quotations from his poetry, permits us to understand him in detail and offers us an surprisingly wealthy photo of this beneficiant, visionary, gratifyingly sturdy guy who was once additionally a genius of recent American letters.

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Download E-books The Forms of Youth: Twentieth-Century Poetry and Adolescence PDF

| January 6, 2017 | admin | 0

By Stephen Burt

Early within the 20th century, american citizens and different English-speaking countries started to regard early life as a separate section of lifestyles. linked to uncertainty, inwardness, instability, and sexual power, formative years received its personal tastes, behavior, subcultures, slang, financial pursuits, and paintings kinds. This new proposal of youth turned the driver at the back of a number of the glossy era's most unusual poetry.

Stephen Burt demonstrates how youth provided the muse, and from time to time the formal rules, on which many twentieth-century poets based their works. William Carlos Williams and his contemporaries shaped their American verse based on the idealization of latest different types of adolescence within the 1910s and Twenties. W. H. Auden's early paintings, Philip Larkin's verse, Thom Gunn's transatlantic poetry, and Basil Bunting's late-modernist masterpiece, Briggflatts, all song the advance of formative years in Britain because it moved from the non-public area of elite colleges to the city public house of sixties subcultures. the range of yank poetry from the second one international conflict to the top of the sixties illuminates poets' reactions to the concept children, juvenile delinquents, hippies, and pupil radicals may well, for larger or worse, remodel the kingdom. George Oppen, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Robert Lowell specifically outfitted and rebuilt their sixties types in response to altering suggestions of youngster.

Contemporary poets proceed to style new rules of minor. Laura Kasischke and Jorie Graham specialise in the discoveries of a particularly woman early life. The Irish poet Paul Muldoon and the Australian poet John Tranter use teenage views to symbolize a postmodernist uncertainty. different poets have rejected conventional and smooth principles of youth, who prefer as a substitute to view this age as a mirrored image of the uncertainties and limited tastes of ways we are living now. the 1st complete examine of formative years in twentieth-century poetry, The kinds of Youth recasts the historical past of the way English-speaking cultures started to view this section of existence as a invaluable kingdom of recognition, if no longer the very essence of a Western identity.

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Download E-books De Gabo a Mario: Una breve historia del boom latinoamericano PDF

| January 6, 2017 | admin | 0

By Angel Esteban, Ana Gallego

Dos narradores extraordinarios, Gabo y Mario, el poeta y el arquitecto, Lennon y McCartney, el turco y el indio, protagonizan una de las amistades más férreas de toda los angeles literatura common. Esos mismos amigos, diez años más tarde, terminan su relación con una pelea que llega hasta los puños. Cobijados bajo sus lamentably, un conjunto de escritores, los mejores del continente latinoamericano, se reúnen, celebran, se escriben y viven juntos aventuras apasionantes. Las novelas más sobresalientes del siglo xx en español, los grandes premios literarios, los contratos millonarios, los congresos y las fiestas, las cartas, todo eso, y mucho más, es lo que llegó a conocerse como el increase de los angeles literatura hispanoamericana. Una pléyade de autores y obras sin parangón en los angeles lengua de Cervantes desde el primer Siglo de Oro. Las décadas de los sesenta y los setenta constituyeron, indudablemente, l. a. segunda edición de una edad privilegiada para las letras hispánicas.

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