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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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WRITE ABOUT ADVERSITY, TRUE SCHOOL OF THE MIND – Katharine Lee Bates: Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet

Living between amber waves of grain and purple mountain majesties Falmouth is adorable. We are lucky that people can arrive from all over the world to visit Cape Cod. You can experience Old Silver Beach, but get there early if you want to get a spot on the beach. Landfall restaurant https://www.landfallwoodshole.com/, is a date night, where you can find …

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PARCHED EARTH – Elieshi Lema: Telling patriarchal oppression of women

Writing book that portrays life, between traditional and modern norms Millions of tourists, when they leave, they take home Maasai handmade crafts like woodcarving, and colorful fabrics. Tanzania is home to some of the unique handcrafted souvenirs in Africa. Before purchasing, be sure to look around and do not be afraid to bargain. Mwenge Woodcarvers Market it is a great …

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VERSES THAT COMBINES TWO TRADITIONS – Keorapetse Kgositsile: When writings focus on Pan-African liberation

Informed heroism and humanism, into poems As you move through permanent exhibits, you will experience an emotional journey through South Africa‘s history. Its paths follow the country through decades of oppression. Through photos and film footage, the Apartheid Museum https://www.apartheidmuseum.org it portrays the apartheid story. Soweto (20 kilometers southwest of Johannesburg), it was an area of planned segregation. In 1976, …

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WHEN POETRY BECOMES ATEMPORAL – Cecília Meireles: Freedom, word that there is no one who does not understand

Dream in a ship, a beach, eyes dry like stones Movie posters enrich its decoration and book covers. With its architecture inspired by colonial Brazil, the Mercearia São Pedro https://www.facebook.com/saopedromercearia/ is always full. At night, you can be sure of finding people who like to talk about literature and cinema here. Inside a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere, its nightly soundtrack …

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THE POET LAWYER THAT DOES NOT LOVE INJUSTICES – Selva Casal: No vivimos en vano (We do not live in vain)

An infernal world, without guards and much desolation, in verse Tagxedo http://www.tagxedo.com/, is a tool of the type word clouds generators, or word cloud generators. Word cloudsit is graphic representations of a text that give information about the frequency of words within that text. You will not need this tool to learn about the textuality of Selva Casal, the poet …

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STEPS UNDER WATER – Novel by Alicia Kozameh

Corporeality of memory, resistance and survival Like other countries in South America, Argentina was under a dictatorship. Following the dictatorship footsteps, you  will meet people and places, such as symbols of the mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, or the ESMA, a former training school for mechanics in the armed forces northern Buenos Aires, where disappeared were held. Parque de …

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150 CENTIMETERS OF INFINITE COURAGE – Violeta Parra: One of the founders of the politically inflected Nueva Canción

Unique, incomparable, unattainable Dressed in simplicity, with long hair on the face marked by smallpox, she sang the difference between true and false. Her father was a music teacher and her mother was a tailor. 4 October, her birthdate, was chosen “Chilean Musicians’ Day”. Acknowledged as “the Mother of Latin American folk”, renewaded Chilean folk music. Violeta Parra https://www.violetaparra100.cl/biografia/, born …

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A YOUNG POETESS, IN THE SHADOW OF THE FATHER – Angélica Palma: Lead in the aseptic family genre, fun and well written

Reflect, between traditional and modern Lima A Literature Lover’s Guide to Lima? The city has inspired writer novelist Mario Vargas Llosa, the every travelers’ go-to novelist. It was the drinking place for international thinkers. The famous Hotel Bolivar, has served pisco sours to the legendary writer Ernest Hemingway. Bar Queirolo https://antiguatabernaqueirolo.com/ has served Peruvian writers for generations, and remains a …

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BREATHE OF PARADISE, IN VERSES – Susy Delgado: In an awakening, everyone must go away

Cultivate interest in all the art and culture plots The Paraguayan music is totally of European origin. Here, most popular instruments are the harp and the guitar. The best nightclubs in Asuncion? You to can stop off at the trendy Paseo Carmelitas to wine and dine  before cutting loose at a happening club such as Velvet http://www.velvet.com.py/, where you can …

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