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FORTRESS BESIEGED – Qian Zhongshu /The truth is naked, but Miss Pao wasn’t without a stitch on, so they revised her name to “Partial Truth.”

In the hope that he would talk less. Proprioception it lets us know where our body parts are to plan our movements.  Examples of your proprioception include being able to write with a pencil and navigate through a narrative space. A famous Chinese writer born in the city of Wuxi, has wonderfully built with his pen some narrative horizons in …

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FILLING IN THE BLANKS – Chen Guiliang / Being born and live under the same sky.

Loving memories, on a spring afternoon. The hearing, is the ability to perceive sound by detecting vibrations, changes in the pressure of the surrounding, through the ear. Auditory processing relies on how the brain recognises and differentiates sound stimuli. But you’ve also the inner hearing, the invisible sound of your emotions, a special sensibility that can born simply reading a …

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A FINE BALANCE – Rohinton Mistry / The enduring panorama of the human spirit, in an inhuman state.

An uncertain future, into cramped apartment. First you need to stop at the fabulous Sabyasachi flag-ship store (in Kala Ghoda), and let them dress you up intricately embroidered skirts. To watch the sun turning every shade of pink above the skyline? The Gateway of India, at sunset, is an iconic moment, and with charter a yacht you can admire it …

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THE ILLUSION OF LOVE – Sarojini Naidu / The Nightingale of India.

The mission to improve the life of Indian woman. It was an artistic and cultural center and a scholarly mecca. It’s a city of palaces and forts, a site that flourished under the influence of its Nizams. Hyderabad was one of the grandest cities on the planet. Here, you to can walk up the steps for magnificent views of the …

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THE BLACKWATER LIGHTSHIP – Colm Tóibín / A genuine work of art, about the capacity of stories to heal the deepest wounds.

A deeply resonant story about three generations of an estranged family. Come and visit a friendly host of domestic farm animals, looking for a nibble. Entering Blackwater Open Farm http://www.blackwateropenfarm.ie/ you can discover they also offer play areas with bouncing castle, pedal go kart track and ride on tractors. The menu includes gourmet soups and sandwiches with ingredients such as …

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CANAL BANK WALK – Patrick Kavanagh / Irish life, through reference to the everyday and commonplace.

When a peasant is that mass of mankind which lives below a certain level of consciousness. Length of Trail 13.5 km approx, the Patrick Kavanagh trail takes in the sites made immortal by the his works (including many featured in “Tarry Flynn” and “The Green Fool”). You can visit a pub that was a frequent haunt of a poet during …

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THE DELTA FUNCTION – Rosa Montero / Flashes of humor and poetry, against a flat background.

Exploring the dualities of female life. Talk about seafood in Madrid? Although it might sound strange, this is a tradition that you should never be missed! “Bocadillo de Calamares en Plaza Mayor”, a place that it’s full of small, family run seafood bars. They offer cheap calamari sandwiches every day. You can go to “La Campana” (Calle de las Botoneras, …

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PASSING OUT – Lope de Vega / Composing more rapidly than his own amanuensis could copy.

The poet that had taught how to develop a plot. Its main tourist artery runs the Metrópolis building to the Plaza de España. Here you will find shops and bars, for more than a kilometre. Visiting a city as big as Madrid is no easy task. Every corner you turn uncovers a spot that draws in (tourists and locals). Exploring …

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THE MILLER’S BOLD DAUGHTER – Wilhelm Busch / Because children get in trouble, if the parents do not care.

When a person likes to labor also for correction of his neighbor. This country, with its historical sites, is a popular destination for nature lovers and culture enthusiasts. Surprises always happen when you least expect them. So, welcome in Wiedensahl, Birthplace, residence, and workplace of a famous German artist. Visiting the Museum Mile, https://www.deutsche-maerchenstrasse.com/en/?lang=en you to can immerse yourself into …

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SUGGESTED READING – Irina Korschunow / A Night in Distant Motion.

Her circulation of 4.5 million copies. During the 14th to 16th century, it was a member of the Hanseatic League, despite being more than 150 km off the nearest seashore. Stendal is the biggest town in the Altmark region. Here you can breathe the atmosphere that inspired the books of a Russian-German writer, including remains of its medieval town fortification, …

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