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A NOTEBOOK OF WOOD PULP: From the novel WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ, a page of his fourth chapter

Meeting Benches Publisher offers an unpublished novel, titled apparently misleading: WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ. Sure, some of the events experienced by the protagonists of the book, they are set in places of an ancient battle, but the narrative focus is love. A diary, a diary old yellowed by time, and written by a hussar of the first French Empire, retains the ...

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RITUALS OF EMOTION: From the novel WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ, a page of his second chapter

Meeting Benches Publisher offers an unpublished novel, titled apparently misleading: WAITING FOR AUSTERLITZ. Sure, some of the events experienced by the protagonists of the book, they are set in places of an ancient battle, but the narrative focus is love. A diary, a diary old yellowed by time, and written by a hussar of the first French Empire, retains the ...

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THE LAST ROW: They were chained, shaved, stripped of everything, but not about the hope of freedom

Those Christians shackled at the ankle, they were completely shaved, hair and beard – and stripped of all, except for the dirty pants recovered from the dead – as well as men survivors of their old crew, they also chained to the oars, five for five , on the benches placed diagonally at the aft of the ship. All of ...

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DISSOLVED IN WINTER POEMS: With Dastilige Nevante, scratching benches, to return to being a child

The Author, was born in Italy in 1949. He graduated in Psycho-Sociology of Communication, for many years he worked for a multinational insurance, starting to write – but never publish it – novels historically settled, by placing the life stories and emotions of characters in search of a reader. With a passion for photography, history and geography, noted during his ...

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THE CAVE OF CHAUVET, FRANCE: amazing 500 feet deep, engraved and painted magically

The Cave of Chauvet is just 88 kilometers as the crow flies from Aigue-Mortes, but in less than two hours you have the opportunity to travel that distance that separates you from the prehistoric site, discovered in 1994, and still full of images and colors, that have not heard from millennia the human presence. Although the Upper Paleolithic era was ...

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CAMARGUE, PROVENCE, FRANCE: An incredible secret world where the impossible is possible

Hello, today I’ll take you on a twenty per cent of French territory that has earth-karst, in the Vaucluse, the Vercors Mountains, and also in the low and narrow valleys near Marseille. It in the pre-Alpine region of Vercors – a mountain range in the west of the Alps of Dauphine – who in 1953 had been discovered the deepest ...

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WAITING FOR ELSE

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ELSE LASKER-SCHULER: Its Shingle of diamond, into inside pages timeless, yet shine for us

“I have always been prone to the murmur of my heart, I never saw the morning and I’ve never looked for God, but now I walk around to the verses of gold, woven in the members of my son, and seeking God.” She no longer had German citizenship, because  by the Nazis, and at the age of 70 year had ...

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To SETE WITH GEORGE BRASSENS: Obviously, listening to “The Mauvaise Réputation”, and also “Les Amoreux des bancs publics”

Everyone remembers him with a guitar in his hand, but the weaver of rhymes and notes had loved the piano. Those who knew him, never forget him, and between them, even a Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André. He loved the summers French Brittany and the smoke of his pipe – perhaps too much – because he had paid a high ...

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WITH HEINRIH HEINE: go with him to the mountains, in the quiet huts, where the heart expands and the air blows freely.

He was convinced that in men – and women in par – a passion that is not without scary, and also of seriousness of the fatalistic necessity one that manifests itself in the tragedies. Love, in truth, it brings, as always, a bandage and a quiver full of arrows. But these darts are pretty winged deadly sharp, and the little ...

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