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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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A FREE WOMAN, MASTER OF THE HEART OF A VERY POWERFUL MAN – Caterina Dolfin: The human alliance that becomes the center of ferment in Venice

Freedom of women and  restlessness of patricians They were dedicated to cultivating the conversation, often appreciated for their beauty, but all those noblewomen were also united by the identical desire to get out of the female stereotypes of their time. In Venice, many of them started literary circles https://ohiostatepress.org/books/titles/9780814213711.html. Among them, Giustina Renier Michiel, Marina Querini Benzon and Caterina Dolfin …

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CAPTURE ATTENTION, AMONG GREAT WRITERS – Boni Avibus: As if she had entered the manuscript, it screams word for word

Not only senior artists animate the work in the Indonesian tetral forum With the word poetically, we all identify what is said in a poetic way, in verse or in poetry. Spiritually, emotionally and poetically, the memories of your trip to Bandung will connect to the places and people you have known, such as Boni Avibus and the Anak Negeri …

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A FEMINIST POET FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF READERS – Anne Sexton: Write poetry, with full knowledge of human behavior

Technically excellent poems, between fears and anxieties Dynasty Models and Actors http://www.dynastymodels.com/ work with advertising agencies, directors and photographers for print. Its models are among the top on national and international campaigns. There was a time when in Boston had appeared (like a comet into the town), a strange model. She was a female poet, Anne Sexton. Entering into Brattle …

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CUTTLEFISH BONES – Eugenio Montale: “I am a man like any other, and nobody can be asked to be a hero”

A poetic collection published in 1925 The most northern of the villages that make up the Cinque Terre is that of Monterosso, divided into two parts by a 10-meter tunnel. Characterized by typical houses in various shades of pastel colors, the village is part of the Cinque Terre National Park. With its beauty, it has inspired artists and poets from …

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THE FIRST POET OF ITALIAN LITERATURE – Francesco, the poor man of Assisi

The canticle of the Creatures Who at least has not imagined breaking with ordinary life, imagining spending the rest of their days in a remote place, where to separate the superfluous from the essential? Forbes has compiled the ranking of the most remote places on our planet. There are also in Italy with places to find peace, in Tuscany, Umbria …

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THE SELF-DEFINED BOOKSELLER THAT WRITTEN POEMS – František Halas: Search for a poetic form that encapsulate the situation of the individual in modern society

Mobilizing passion and intense moral awareness Its landscape has preserved its bucolic aspects, the hilly terrain that has not changed much while highway bisects an old battlefield. It is a country town east of Brno. Slavkov u Brna gave its name to the Battle of Austerlitz https://www.austerlitz.org/en/austerlitz-2019-press-release/, which took place several kilometres to the west of the town. The Old …

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A CREATIVE LEGEND IN YEKATERINBURG – Old Man Bukashkin: Growing like a medieval, Slavic harlequin sharing songs and dance

Yekaterinburg’s Folk Punk Legend Its menu spans all the Russian classics with no surprises. Visiting Yekaterinburg, do not forget enter Cafe Kuznya https://restaurantguru.com/Kuznya-Yekaterinburg, the fascinating cafe with wooden interiors crafted by a woodwork artist. Here you can read Ekaterinburg: The Last Days of the Romanovs, a vivid account of the final thirteen days of the Romanovs, until 4 July 1918 …

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INTO EACH LIFE SOME RAIN MUST FALL – Bliss Carman: The greatest joy in nature was the absence of man

There is something in the autumn, to his blood Its arts climate attracts artists, and craftspeople. The varied venues, festivals, and the College of Craft and Design, make it a popular tourist destination. Its charming complex of historic brick buildings (between the river and the main street), date from 1784 to 1869. Lying along the banks of the Saint John …

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