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A POET AND HER WORLD – Shamim Azad, between education and entertainment

Believe in sharing knowledge and wisdom There are people who, in search of hidden poems, dedicate their time to an extremely original activity, simply by using colorful words and markers. The found poetry http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/found-poems-parallel-poems-33.html always comes from something that is written somewhere, such as the page of a book or newspaper. Try it too, highlighting with a marker the words …

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A LIFE ON THE OTHER SIDE, WITH NEW EYES – Sibilla Aleramo, the need to admire before loving

When life is a journey called love After a nice breakfast at the Bonadeo Pastry shop http://www.pasticceriabonadeo.it/, you can get to know Alessandria, a town with an elegant imprint, lying on the plain, on the right of the Tanaro River. Of particular value and artistic-cultural relevance, are its buildings. Its Citadel http://www.cultural.it/danonperdere/cittadella.asp, a military fortress still intact, offers you a …

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FOR THOSE TRAPPED INTO THE EXPLOITATION – Suddala Hanmanthu: When the song appears to be a description of the daily life

When social vision it is projected in poems Telugu is the official language, but large numbers of its inhabitants. In the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh speaks Urdu and 70 million people speak Telangana, Telugu language. In Warangal district, you will find temple ruins built in the 12th century by Kakatiyas at Ghanpur. The Chowmahalla Palace was home to the …

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THE AVAILABILITY TO COMPARE WITH THE HORRIBLE – Louise Glück, insight a severe poetic lyricism.

Writing around the difficult and the painful It was create in the 1930s, during the prohibition period, using many alcoholic components, but with the addition of coca-cola, to make it look like a cold tea. Its final smell appearance resembles that of lemon tea. Long Island Iced Tea is a cocktail based on vodka, gin, white rum and triple sec. …

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ARTISTIC INNOVATION AND TRANSFORMATION CAPACITY – Josefina Plá, the Lady of Culture

A creative and multidisciplinary teacher From 2019, a permit must be requested from the Fuerteventura council to access the islet. It houses 130 species of plants and several species of birds. Its name is because in the past sea lions lived on the island. To get to the islet, there is a regular maritime transport service that connects with Corralejo. …

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SHE WAS NOT A PERSON TO WHOM THINGS HAPPEN – Muriel Spark, writer by humorous and slightly unsettling fantasy

Satire and wit, around serious themes To her, education was a leading out of what is already there in the soul. Born in Edinburgh in 1918, she attended a girls’ high school there. In 1935, Muriel Spark https://murielspark100.com/ graduated in summary writing, teaching English and worked as a clerk in a department store. She married following her husband in present-day …

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WHEN THE ONLY UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE IS A KISS – Alfred de Musset: To see to know, to want to be able and to dare to have

An imagination with big wings, inside a prison as big as a hand To understand him better, you will have to remember what he wrote: “I can’t help it: the idea of infinity torments me.” His tormented love affair with the writer George Sand was told in a 1999 film, Children of the Century. Poet and playwright, he became an …

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IN THE SAME WAY AS A RUSSIAN POET – Viggo Stuckenberg: Describing accidents and misfortune, in vivid detail

Writing in biographical content life experiences toghether short and unhappy marriage Has been a royal castle since 1730 and now it is a quiet oasis. Located along the Copenaghen Mill Stream, Sorgenfri Palace https://www.kongeligeslotte.dk/en/palaces-and-gardens/sorgenfri-palace-and-palace-gardens.html it is a wooded landscape garden offers a peaceful and idyllic contrast to urban life. At its northern end is the Queen’s well, where a woman …

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SLEEPING HEART TO LOVE – Dante Alighieri and the story of a Platonic love

Platonic love, is still a shared feeling Through his literary work, his feelings towards a woman, his inspiring muse, Dante Alighieri has helped to make love literature, as we know it leave. Born in Florence in 1265, he would later become the greatest poet in Italy. That unrequited sentiment lived on love and passion for a woman named Beatrice, and …

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POETIC SUGGESTIONS, UP TO A LAST SEPTEMBER SHIMMER – Zinaida Nikolaevna Gippius, versatile writer of poems, novels and theatrical dramas

A woman of Russian poetic symbolism, between exaltation and denigration There are beautiful bronze sculptures and the glass roofed atrium. At the intersection of the Nevsky Prospekt and the Griboyedov Canal, you will find a richly decorated art nouveau style building. It is the Singer Building http://www.spbdk.ru/. Its interior you offer art nouveau decorations and books. Once you have worn …

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