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I MAY HAVE BEEN THE STONE WALLS – The Last Row / Page by the novel

THE LAST ROW is a novel published by Meeting Benches http://meetingbenches.com/bench/e-book-english-version/ and Amazon books https://www.amazon.com/Last-Row-Dante-Evangelisti-ebook/dp/B00SYV3ETG in e-book format of Italian and English language. This page is taken from those pages of love and adventure. The two parallel stories that you are reading, they are made of emotions and feelings, those of Bianca and Jacopo, fragile human beings who move inside ...

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LIGHTNING A KANSAS CITY / THE RISE OF CHARLIE PARKER – A book by Stanley Crouch

Lightning in Kansas City is the first chapter in the biography that Stanley Crouch dedicated to Charlie Parker, the greatest saxophonist of all time. This book reconstructs the life of ‘Bird’ in the years from birth in 1920 until 1940 (his childhood in Kansas City dominated from the underworld; the relationship with an overprotective mother; the marriage at sixteen and ...

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HIS NAME WAS WAS RAFFLED – Waiting for Austerlitz / Novel page

This page, is drawn by a novel by the misleading title, WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ, published by Meeting Benches (available in the e-Book version of Italian language http://meetingbenches.com/bench/book-italian-version/ e da Amazon Books https://www.amazon.com/ASPETTANDO-AUSTERLITZ-Italian-Dante-Evangelisti-ebook/dp/B01H08B8U0/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1468219958&sr=1-1&keywords=Dante+Evangelisti Certainly, some of the stories lived by the protagonists of the book, they are temporally reported also in the places of an ancient battle, but the narrative focus ...

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THE PEASANTS – Romance by Władysław Reymont

He was a Polish novelist (and the 1924 laureate of the Nobel Prize in Literature). His best-known work, is the award-winning four-volume novel The Peasants. He was born in the village of Kobiele Wielkie, near Radomsko. His mother, had a talent for story-telling. Władysław Reymont spent his childhood near Łódź, to which his father had moved in order to work ...

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THE GRAPES OF WRATH – Novel by John Steinbeck

He was born in Salinas, California, on February day, 1902. Attended Stanford University without graduating (and though he lived briefly in New York), John Steinbeck remained a lifelong Californian. He began writing novels in 1929, and frequently used his fiction to delve into the lives of society’s most downtrodden citizens. A trio of novels in the late 1930s focused on ...

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TRAVEL IN ITALY – August 12, 1484

He died in Rome Pope Sixtus IV gave his name to the chapel frescoed by Michelangelo. GIOVANNI PICO DELLA MIRANDOLA                                                     Alfano mine. Hoi I had from Mr. Angelo your book, and I thank you very dearly: his characters are Indians. I beg you to tell Matthew that I have in Rome with my other books, some of his notebooks. As ...

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BROKEN APRIL – Romance by Ismail Kadare

He is a writer, essayist, poet and writer born in a southern city of Albania, who graduated from the Faculty of History and Philology at the University of Tirana. At first he devoted himself to poetry, but in 1963 he wrote his first novel. In 1990 to express their disapproval of the immobility of the Albanian Communist leadership, he requested ...

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THE PAST IS ONLY IN HIS MEMORY – The Other Countryside / Page by the novel

……………………….. In those years, browsing in the library of Scarlett that often housed, and where insatiably devoured treatises on anthropology along with biographies of the most famous African explorers, Carletto had found particular interest in reading a book I got as a gift from her friend: l ‘now worn edition of the text of Darwin that Scarlett had eaten years ...

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13 DAYS TO GLORY – Novel by Lon Tinkle

He was born on March day, in Dallas. His career as a writer and teacher spanned fifty-four years, beginning in 1942. He is best known for his books (especially those which focused on younger readers), as Thirteen Days to Glory /The Siege of the Alamo, The Cowboy Reader and The Key to Dallas. He was a member of the Philosophical ...

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NIGHT’S THRILL – Sinkholes / Page by the novel

……………………………… The thrill was a euphoric state normally caused by drugs that Jacques had not taken that night, but figuratively it could also indicate excitement and elation. Intense feeling and emotion of immense joy within let swallow an abyss in him. Love, which Jacques felt on the fourth floor of a building on the outskirts of Bratislava, broke the spell ...

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