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THE FOURTHEENTH OF RUE DESCARTES – Waitinf for Austerlitz / Page by the novel

………………………………. The fourteenth of Rue Descartes, all the shutters on the windows were open, but only those on the third floor had been left ajar. The Sun of the morning of the end of November didn’t bother what the discretion of the penumbra guaranteed to laborious-sex ants they were going to complete their work shift. Marketa and Irina, didn’t have ...

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THE HUNGRY TIDE – Romance by Ghosh Amitav

Writer, journalist and Indian anthropologist Amitav Ghosh was born in Calcutta. The son of a diplomat, he grew up in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. At the age of 13, he went to study in Dehradun, while the family had moved to Iran. Move briefly in the United States, knows his wife Deborah. He has taught creative writing at Columbia University ...

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HE PERFECTES THE OTTAVA RIMA – Angelo Poliziano, a poet of unfailing artistry

He perfected the ottava rima, and was among the first scholars of the Renaissance, and a poet of unfailing artistry. Angelo Poliziano (or Angiolo), was born at Montepulciano. He was tutor to the sons of Lorenzo de’ Medici, becoming in 1480 Professor of Greek and Latin Literature at Florence. Held many benefices, which were withdrawn from him on the death ...

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A HEART SO WHITE – Romance by Javier Marías

He is a Spanish writer, his books are translated all over the world. He is the grandson of a filmmaker and son of a philosopher. Thanks to his uncle, Javier Marías began working in the film industry, but also manages to graduate in English Philology. For two years he taught Spanish literature at the University of Oxford, later becoming professor ...

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AN AWKWARD LOOK – The Last Row / Page by the novel

…………………………… << Hello Jacopo, here are photos of the fallen oak in Carignano and what youcan see in split. As soon as you can, check it out and let me know what you think >>. Giving her an awkward open-mouthed look, then, almost to camouflage my the turmoil in my soul, I turn her attention to the two doctors who ...

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UNDER THE STARS OF BRATISLAVA – Sinkholes: Chapter Four / Page by the novel

…………………………………. << When I returned to our camp on the edge of the forest this night, I found you falling asleep in the bed of stars, resting your head on the pillow of the Moon. I laid beside you, but not too close, contemplating you carefully. When your body indulged in dreams, your lips stayed parted imperceptibly and your breathing ...

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POETRY LOVERS PAGE – Aleksandr Pushkin poems

His personal life was made difficult by his conflicts with the authorities who disapproved of his liberal views. He is the greatest of all Russian writers, and major part of his lyrical poetry was written between 1820 and 1830. Some of his poetical masterpieces were composed in the last seven years of his life. By effecting a new synthesis between ...

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DEATH – Poetry, by Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson, poet of the interior life. Nothing about her adult appearance or habitation revealed such a militant soul. Only poems, written quietly in a room of her own, often hand-stitched in small volumes, then hidden in a drawer, revealed her true self. She did not live in time but in universals, an sensitive nature reaching out boldly from self-referral ...

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THE SECRET OF MEMORIES CONNECT TO THE EMOTIONS – Waiting for Austerlitz / Page by the novel

……………………………….. At five in the afternoon of November twenty-eight, 2012 the Opera Bastille leaving, the two left-handers could decide to use the metro Bastille Gare of the opposite, or one of the many taxis as laborious apes crowded the vast square, but they had preferred to dedicate their legs the second part of their extraordinary Parisian afternoon that had in ...

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RISKING CONTINUOUSLY ABSURDITY ‘- Lawrence Ferlinghetti Poetry

Lawrence Ferlinghetti is one of the greatest living poets, well-known around the world for being the protagonist of dissent and the American counterculture, since the days of the legendary beat generation. Poetry as an art that arises is devoted to the social impact of the poem and its validity as a tool of individual and collective liberation. The collection consists ...

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