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CARAMELO – Novel by Sandra Cisneros

A novels that across the border between literary and popular fiction Guanajuato is located between the arid north of the country and the lusher south. The oldest group to inhabit this area, were the people now known as the Chupícuarios. In its Mummies Museum you can observe a number of naturally mummified bodies (interred during a cholera outbreak), in 1833. ...

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MANHATTAN BEACH – Novel by Jennifer Egan

A crime story on the waterfront Of her inspiration and approach to the work, listening music she have not experience time as linear, but experience it in layers. JENNIFER EGAN, an American novelist and short story writer who lives in Clinton Hill, (Brooklyn), in 1962 was born in Chicago but grew up in San Francisco. She has published one short ...

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THE BLUE BOOBY LIVES – James Tate and the distirbing poems

Nothing better than to move the reader deeplye Along every avenue and around every corner of the city there is something to do. The Nelson-Atkins Museum is an art gallery in Kansas City (Missouri), well known for its neoclassical architecture and its Asian art collection. Among the masterpieces of his collection of European painting, you can admire works by Caravaggio, ...

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THE DOUBLE HOOK – A novel written by Sheila Watson

A seminal work in the development of contemporary Canadian literature Before the settlers arrived, the area was inhabited by Qayqayt First Nation. It is located in the Burrard Peninsula, on the north bank of the Fraser River, 19 km southeast of Vancouver. New Westminster is a town of historical importance, in British Columbia (Canada). The main feature of the New ...

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NEBULA – Desi di Nardo / When a poem doesn’t fly, simply leave it alone.

Exploring inner and outer landscapes Toronto https://www.visitacity.com/en/toronto is a tidy city, its checkerboard jersey makes it a city easy to get around, in which orientation is not complicated. Toronto is a city full of things to see. Maple syrup, zoo and aquarium, Yorkville and Queen Street, the CN Tower and the banks of Ontario. Not only. The St. Lawrence Market ...

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JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE NIGHT – Romance by Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Because everyone has on his way something that pains him A pleasant culinary experience in Courbevoie, which opens a small window in a world of different tastes? Le Timgad, at 37 rue de l’Alma, http://www.letimgad.com/fr is a restaurant that welcomes you with its white windows carved with arabesques, tastes that mix sweet and savory and meats enriched with artichokes and ...

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THE ROSES OF SAADI – Marceline Desbordes-Valmore, a tormented life at the service of spontaneity

A delicate creativity that seduces, even with the musicality of her verses Douai https://www.france-voyage.com/cities-towns/douai-21922/tourist-office-douai-6002.htm has preserved its aristocratic atmosphere. Its church of Notre-Dame was badly damaged in 1944, but its 13th century nave was restored. Do not forget that the Carthusian monastery museum “La Chartreuse” has a fine collection of 16th century paintings. Visiting this French city, you will find ...

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ALL LIFE – Romance by Alberto Savinio

The modernization of life, a continuous demonic complication In Rome, in the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, http://lagallerianazionale.com/ you will find the largest collection of contemporary Italian art. In its rooms you can see the great masterpieces of the only Italian museum dedicated entirely to modern art. In Room 14 (dedicated to Giorgio De Chirico and the Metaphysics), ...

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WHO LOVES DOES NOT RECOGNIZE – Leonardo Sinisgalli, the poet engineer

Coexisting between humanistic and scientific culture In this area of Basilicata, you can visit the archaeological site of Grumentum (a city built during the III century BC), as well as the National Archaeological Museum of Alta Val d’Agri. Not only. Visiting Montemurro http://www.europethisway.com/place/montemurro-potenza-italy/ you will know the Casa delle Muse, the one that houses the book fund of the poet ...

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UNDER THE GLACIER – Romance by Halldór Laxness

The most creative Icelandic writer of the 20th century In addition to novels, his literary production includes stories and poems, reviews and plays. Icelandic writer, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1955, Halldór Laxness was born in Reykjavík on an April day in 1902. He spent his childhood on a farm, listening to ancient sagas and absorbing the spirit ...

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