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THINKING FOR YOURSELF – Voltaire / Think and let others enjoy the privilege of doing so too.

When you wish to change people’s way of thinking and behaving. The Voltaire station is on line 9 (the nearest stations are Oberkampf and Nation). At 27 Quai Voltaire, Café Voltaire is also open on Sundays. Despite a tumultuous relationship with city officials during his lifetime, everyone has the opportunity to see a statue in which the heart of Voltaire …

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WOMEN’S UTOPIAS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY – Anne-Marie du Boccage / A woman’s letter in the eighteenth century.

Rights and liberties, travelers & travel liars. This is a small local of Rouen, https://us.france.fr/en/normandy/article/rouen-1 typical of Normandy, where you can find special dishes (such as frogs), absolutely to try. If you do not want to eat frogs, try the entrecote of the cows in the area, tender and tasty. “La Petite Auberge” awaits you at 164 Rue Martainville. Tourists …

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BEAUTY IN MY EYES, GRACE OF MY MOUTH AND SPLENDOR OF MY STRENGTH – Mirabai: he won’t drop me so quick.

Don’t forget love. It will bring all the madness you need to unfurl yourself across the universe. This was once a prosperous kingdom. It is here that Meerabai (the poetess and most famous devotee of Lord Krishna), was born. Merta is famous for the Charbuja Temple (located in the city centre). Also the mosque alongwith the other Hindu shrines form …

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EACH DAY HAS ITS COLOR AND SMELL – Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni / The Palace of Illusions.

Your childhood hunger is the one that never leaves you. The world have always known Bengal for its many lovely souvenirs. Conch shell carving? Artists hold the conch shell in his hands, chiping off parts of it to reveal the hidden story. You to can buy either the whole conch shell or you can buy the conch shell bangles. Something …

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YELLOW BUTTERCUPS AND SALMON FOR MY HEART – Leo Connellan / Among most prominent poets in the Maine Literary Hall of Fame.

Crossing America. The Farnsworth is right on Main Street, it’s a museum that tries to keep modern photographers in rotation. You too can look toward the tiny city, having a good chance of seeing a harbor seal poke its head up. There are a ton of options for amazing food (including some of the best thai and sushi in New …

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WRITE TO REACH HEARTS, FROM SIX TO SIXTY YEARS – Louisa May Alcott / Loving write novels for young adults that focused on spies and revenge.

When a novel become Broadway musical. Waiting for you beautiful shop artisanal markets and chic boutiques. A Boston’s souvenirs? Harvard Book Store, https://twitter.com/harvardbooks singles itself out by having the most all-consuming variety of literary and academic books around. With a floor of new books and a basement of used books you too cannot exit empty handed. Take a walking tour …

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WRITING NOVELS, NARRATING THROUGH IMAGES – Mino Milani / Not a novelist of the past, but a creative man attentive to the opportunities of modernity.

Storytelling by images, quickly retrying the action. South of Milan has not yet been swallowed by its cosmopolitan neighbour. Welcome in Pavia, which for a brief period was the capital of the Lombard Kingdom, has retained a strong identity of its own. It’s home to an ancient University, it’s a town that possess a vast amount of artistic and cultural …

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WHEN A BOOK PERFORMS IN POETRY NARRATIVE FORMS – Attilio Bertolucci / Between hermetic heritage and ability to translate every abstract elegance into a poetic discourse.

When it comes a season you would like to change skin. It’s an Italian town located in the region of Emilia-Romagna (near the city of Bologna). Famous for its delicious contributions to the Italian cuisine (such as the prosciutto ham or the parmesan cheese), Parma has existed since the ancient Roman times. A place was once the Academy of Fine …

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REFUGING YOURSELF IN A HARSH LANDSCAPE – The Choosen Vessel / Novel by Barbara Baynton.

Australian novels and the changing bushs. Its early buildings were St Luke’s Church, Post Office, the Old Court Theatre and the St Aubins’ Inn. It is known as the Horse capital of Australia. Scone is a town in the Upper Hunter Shire (Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia), a farming area and is also noted for breeding Thoroughbred racehorses …

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THE FUGITIVE – Novel by Pramoedya Ananta Toer / When death takes on the character of a sacrificial act, for the birth of a new nation.

Write banned tetralogy, as it was accused of spreading Marxist-Leninist teaching. If you check at the map, this is a town at the easternmost of Central Java province. To reach into Blora? The easiest way is using bus that will drop you at the Blora Terminal. (If you want, you can get there by train, that will drop you at …

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