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FRANCIS. THE WAY OF THE CROSS: Book of Feliciano Prosperi

FRANCIS. THE WAY OF THE CROSS “I write to you because I admire you, and the centuries that separate us not belittle your undying current among men of the world.” This is the reason that prompted the author to create this book, wrapping in the depth of thought and narrative, a man named Francis, one that was able to love ...

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THE DREAM OF THE HORSE: Collection of poems, Maria Teresa Santalucia Scibona

PALIO Vigil in the haze of the night, the heart of Barbaresco suspended. It invokes, in the off hours of sleep, the privilege of fate imponderable. On tuff crumbly, the incessant ritual recurs. They hate the bad quarters, and the dream of victory contention, with violent excitement. The proud spirit of the horse, it yearns in vain for the last ...

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WITH EYES CLOSED: Romance, by Federigo Tozzi

WITH EYES CLOSED By reading this book you will know Peter Risoli, a man who has normal eyesight anatomical, but that is not able to see the inner world of Ghisola, the woman he loves. Between the pages, you’ll discover a place where the woman lives – Poggio ai Meli, near Siena – near his house. In those ancestral houses, ...

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THE DICE-BOX: Poems in the prose, by Max Jacob

THE DICE-BOX The title (probably inspired by the “roll of the dice” Mallarme), condensing what you see: a set of various elements fused into poetry. This has its own logic that feeds data into the unconscious, inspired by the Romantic poets. This prose poem, is closed on itself, humor and imagination are born by the play of words, but also ...

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PARALLELS: Poetry, by Eugene Guillevic

PARALLELS You go, the space is large, there are borders, we want to talk. But what we tell, the other already knows, because from the outset, erased, forgotten, is still the same adventure. In dreams we meet, we love, we are complete. Does it go farther, than in ourselves, or another. (Eugene Guillevic) http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Other-Poems-Eugene-Guillevic/dp/0976844982

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ULYSSES: Novel, by James Joyces

ULYSSES When thoughts of the protagonist flow without punctuation, reading a novel, the reader might be in trouble. The “I” narrator – like water in a stream – does not want to be held back by punctuation. This, reading the pages of this novel, it is important to remember. Certainly, entering into the lives of the people of Dublin, the ...

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RAGLAN ROAD: Poetry, by Patrick Kavanagh

RAGLAN ROAD On Raglan Road on an autumn day I met her first and knew, that her dark hair would weave a snare that I might one day rue; I saw the danger, yet I walked along the enchanted way, and I said, let grief be a fallen leaf at the dawning of the day. On Grafton Street in November ...

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AUSTRALIAN STORIES: Romance, by Henry Lawson

AUSTRALIAN STORIES A collection of short stories, which speaks of a time in the distant Australia. Inside the pages of this book, you’ll find humans who breathed the air – herders and miners – people who were able to live and create solidarity. You will not find the name of the main protagonist, but page after page, too, will find ...

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STEPS: Poetry by Dennis Haskell

STEPS A man was going on the grains compact the coast of Geraldton, alongside waves hesitant on shells, the smooth incessant restless Indian Ocean. Walking does not imitate, he thought, wondering where to go, a bit ‘sterposo, he thought on these sands otherwise deserted by mounds of seaweed scattered purple and black rocks with strange shapes, could walk forever, the ...

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THE EXPECTATION IS RELATED TO TIME: She was dragged into that part of her human nature that some called psychic weakness

………………………….. The expectation is related to time, it was a thrill to Petra, a hope related to the success of something that was growing inside her. That prediction was deep and see the light, waiting for the Sun rising again, even the possible success of a project as yet undefined, that would make no claim to certainty of sovereign choice, ...

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