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IT WAS EXTREMELY INTRIGUING THAT COMPLEX EXPERIENCE – Sinkholes / Novel page

…………………………. The experience she was living with Jacques was an extremely complex and intruding, so fascinating to make them feel an incredible range of emotions that constantly put to the test, forcing them to transgress its rules and its codes. Simply put, even if dimly, she realized that emotion of that relationship was helping her find a way, to open ...

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SHE WAS THE DAUGHTER OF TULLIA CAMPANA – The Last Row / Novel page

………………….. Giacomo, son of Leonida Malatesta, is thirty-seven, and is the first Marquis of Roncofreddo and Montiano. The first wife Cleopatra Zampesco brought him as a dowry of those those large landed estates, but she died ten years earlier, leaving one daughter, Leonida. He is married to his second wife, Medea Ferretti, and this year, 1567, he can hold in ...

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NO TRACE OF MEDITERRANEAN SCRUB – Waiting for Austerlitz / Novel page

…………………….. No trace of the Mediterranean scrub that is merged with the sea, there was only a clear sky that amplified the white coat over the great plain, leaving the day the gift of the night. In that morning at the end of November 2012, an off-road Rover Discovery green-bottle was along the D619 North, had just left behind the ...

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THAT MAN WAS A FRENCH HUSSAR – Waiting for Austerlitz / Novel page

…………………… That man was a French hussar of the second armored regiment, had started his intriguing journey of life without an atlas, but with a stimulating and original vision of Time and of the Unknown. In the map without names of cities and rivers, seas and mountains, had known fear and anger, disgust and disappointment, but it was accidentally arrived ...

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READING SWISS NOVELS – The promise, crime novel by Friedrich Dürrenmatt

Friedrich Dürrenmatt was a Swiss author and dramatist. He was born in Konolfingen, and his family moved to Bern in 1935. He began studies in philosophy (German language and literature), at the University of Zurich, In 1943, he decided to become an author and dramatist, and dropped his academic career. His technique, was influenced by Bertolt Brecht, as in the ...

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DECEMBER 20 – Poetry by Dastilige Nevante

DECEMBER 20 A few steps from the winter returns to meek valley. Look at the wolf, fear has searched the nightmare and scratched the earth, sniffing the new season of the horizon in the winter. He is only a lamb and its clumps of wool sweaters are tender angel delicate hands that prepare the darkest day, next to his house ...

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RENAISSANCE TOURS – PIOBBICO, 73 km in an hour and 50 minutes

RENAISSANCE TOUR AROUND PIOBBICO > 73 km in an hour and 50 minutes: Piobbico, Pian di Molino, Apecchio (a document of 1077 testifies to the Bishop-Count of Citta di Castello as having dominion over the town. In the thirteenth century passed to the family of Ubaldini della Carda who bring the city into the Duchy of Urbino. In 1514 the ...

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ONE DAY SHE DECIDED TO CLOSE THE DOOR TO PLEASURE – The Other Countryside / Novel page

……………………… According to the evidence of the information he had gathered with extreme caution, Rossella seemed to resemble that character in Diderot he had read in the “Dream of Alembert,” where the doctor prescribed the journey to a young woman who suffered from what today relations would call failed. “One day she decided to close the door to pleasure. Here ...

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THE YEARS THAT FOLLOWED – Romance by Catherine Dunne

It was when a worst nightmare came true that she realised life was too short (and too precious), for compromise, prompting her to stop teaching and start writing. She knows, like no other writer, how to illuminate the intimate, daily, domestic lives of ordinary women and their families. Exciting and elegant, her writing is all of these things, and a ...

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THE COMMISSIONER WAS OBSERVING TRAFFIC IN BRATISLAVA – Sinkholes / Novel page

…………………………… The Commissioner Hochschorner was observing traffic in Bratislava through the glass window overlooking the Pribinova, smoking a cigar now come to three-quarters of its consistency, when the colleague Curtej asked him to open those windows for ventilation, Dr. Cynthia Ynat that by eight o’clock that morning he was telling them about criminal psychology was uncomfortable in that stinking cloud. ...

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