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Author Biography

SCRUTINIZE INSIDE: With Anais, flipping through the pages of his life

Dying of cancer in Los Angeles at the age of 73 years. Born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, to parents of Cuban origin. These are the parentheses that enclose the extraordinary life of a fascinating woman, a writer who at the age of 26 years, she living into the Paris of Antonin Artaud, DH Lawrence, Henry Miller, June Mansfield and Otto Rank. It ...

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ELISABETH & ELISABETH: The Love, in the silence of the woods, when he is with me

ELISABETH SIDDAL-ROSSETTI 1829/1862 > From 1862, for the desire of the husband, the only copy of his poems of love was in the tomb of Elisbeth, a woman who was a model and artist, wife and poet. He was an Italian named Dante Gabriel Rossetti, but seven years later – for economic reasons – he obtained permission to open the ...

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THROUGH THE EYES OF KAREN: dreaming in the happiness of the night, in the placid ecstasy and rest of the heart, honey on the tongue

Rungsted, Denmark, 1885, is the place where he was born a girl named Karen Christentze. A family wealthy and happy, a beautiful country house a few miles from Copenhagen. This is the scenario where a ten year old girl loses a slice of his serenity, after the suicide of his father. The dual wealth – talking about a human being ...

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READ TOGETHER WITH CARLOS: In the shadows of the city, to discover the shadow of the wind.

After that you will have understood the true meaning of the “Dramatis Personae”, if you will have had the courage to enter into the “Waters of March” and let yourself be enveloped by the “Post Mortem”, then, but only then, you will have discovered “The shadow the Wind. “It ‘was thanks to Carlos Zafon Ruiz, though, that you came to ...

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WILLY PASINI, LOVING NEW BEHAVIOUR: four figures, a bed, and a dream

Psychiatrist and prestigious university professor, prolific writer and attentive to four characters who find themselves in a double bed. Sensitive to the new themes that contextualize the professional success of a woman, supporter of the predictive validity of the statistical methods, but also curious investigator of subtle textures anatomical-psychological-social that offer to any couple a chance to share. Free and ...

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MARCELINE DESBORDES VALMORE: its name, does not remain silent

She is a woman of the nineteenth century, a singer and actress from the ear very sensitive to the French rhymes. She was born in 1786, in French Flanders, but at the age of 15 years she was with her ​​mother in the Caribbean, on the Island of Guadalupe. After his return home, at the age of 22 years, the ...

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UMBERTO ECO: THE ISLAND OF THE DAY BEFORE

Hello, nice to meet you, on Meeting Benches. Its benches topics are open to contributions from anyone, but one where we are now sitting is called “library” where you can leave or find a book, or a review of a book. As you can see, today I have in my hand a novel by an Italian writer, but I must ...

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Boris Cyrulnik: SPEAKING OF LOVE EDGE OF THE ABYSS

Boris Cyrulnik, a writer, but also an ethologist and a psychiatrist, a man who could speak kindly of love, the spider that teaches us how to build relationships in a creative way. After the experience of family affection, dare to be carried away by the falling in love, running in the excitement of new gestures and desires, those who envision ...

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INTERVIEWS OF AUTHOR: Dastilige Nevante and “The Other Countryside”

Interview with Dastile Nevante, the author of the novel The Other Country, which have recently been published on the website of Meeting Benches some preview pages. While waiting for the English version, the book can now be purchased online, only in his e-book format for the Italian language. MB > We would like to start with a question, perhaps indiscreet, ...

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ENGLAND, STRATFORD ON AVON: Fall in love in the night.

On a summer night, I watched the sky for a English countryside. I felt an unpleasant sensation of human limitation, as if I were only a fly, as if the few clouds that veiled the sky they were the boys, the ones that were crushing me. I walk in, absorbed, under the same sky as the eyes of a “Swan ...

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