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SHADOWS OF WORDS – Amrita Pritam, a writing equally loved by the people of India and Pakistan.

Inspiring people through literary works. Later in her career, she started writing on dreams and spiritual themes. She was born in Gujranwala (Punjabon), into an August day, 1919. She is considered the first eminent female Punjabi writer of the 20th century. Pinjar, one of her most famous novels, was made into a movie of the same name. Honoured with prestigious …

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DRAMATIZING THE UNCERTAIN FUTURE OF A CULTURE – Zakes Mda, from banking to writing.

Continually shifts back and forth between the present days. The publication of two novels have shown him to be as deft at novel writing. He began writing short stories when he was in high school. His father, exiled in the early 1960s, because he was a part of a plan to fight against apartheid, was a lawyer. ZAKES MDA was …

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I SEE MY PATH, BUT DO NOT KNOW WHERE IT LEADS – Rosalía de Castro: To express one’s own Celtic and mysterious soul with poems.

Happiness, I know you exist and are no futile dream. In the north-west of Spain, Santiago de Compostela is famous for being the final destination of the path of Santiago https://www.caminodesantiago.gal/en/inicio, it preserves a cathedral from 1211, whose facade decorated with stone statues opens towards a large square enclosed by the walls of the old city. The French and Spanish …

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EVEN THE DARKEST NIGHT WILL END – Victor Hugo: I want to be either Chateaubriand or nothing.

The whole of my work, one day will be like an indivisible whole. Arousing widespread acclaim throughout Europe, his writings embraced all literary genres, from lyric poetry to historical and social fiction. An exponent of the romantic literary movement, VICTOR HUGO had accepted the vicissitudes of his life, capturing the nuances of the human soul. Born in Besançon on a …

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THE FAMILY PRODUCT OF CLERICAL AND SOCIAL REFORMER MEN – Marion Angus: Broaden horizons through reading, even when traveling abroad.

Even when her wit was mordant, she had a capacious and most generous heart. Sunderland is a city at the mouth of the River Wear. There are 77 commemorative blue plaques spread out across the city, which mark buildings, places of interest or influential people. Creating something is a powerful form of self-expression, and it can influence other people. The …

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HYGIENE AND THE ASSASSIN – Amélie Nothomb: When you need to be very hungry to write.

The only thing that beauty will bring to you is terror of losing it. The capital of Belgium is a place with stunning architecture packed into every street and alleyway. A special multi-layered atmosphere makes Brussels a great city to visit. At the centre of the Grand Place, waiting for you the beautiful 15th Century city hall. The square is …

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STRATIFICATIONS AND POETIC INTRICHES – Lisel Mueller, when sadness becomes poetry.

You shall not twist my bones into a star’s shape. Cheap foodstuffs cause Ninety per cent of the diseases known to man. So, do not never forget: you are what you eat. Hamburg has a sophisticated, culturally open vibe. Numerous Hamburg restaurants www.hamburg.com serve German food favorites (like Currywurst), as well as Hamburg food specialties (like Franzbrotchen). The restaurant’s minimalistic …

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SOLITUDE, IN POOR NEIGHBORHOODS OF COPENHAGEN – Tove Ditlevsen: Until buried at Christ Church, on her childhood Vesterbro.

Memory, the library of the soul, from which you will draw knowledge for the rest of your life. The area of Kødbyen https://theculturetrip.com/europe/denmark/articles/a-millennials-guide-to-the-meatpacking-district-copenhagen/, from a popular neighborhood has become the most fashionable place in Copenhagen. The Urban House multipurpose space http://urban-house.copenhagen-hotel.net/it/ is a cultural center, green area and hostel. Among boutiques, cafés frequented by creatives and a sparkling nightlife, here …

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TRAVEL LITERATURE – Andrzej Stasiuk: Not a living soul around.

Describing the reality of Eastern Europe and its relationship with the West. Travel literature is an inexhaustible source of knowledge, useful for planning something interesting and pleasant to remember the moments of a vacation. On your trip to Poland, we recommend that you enter a Warsaw bookstore The books https://thebooks.pl/antykwariat-obcojezyczny/, looking for something written by Andrzej Stasiuk and translated into …

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VERSES OF A CENTURY – Yevgeny Yevtushenko: A generous spirit.

Sharpness, sentiment, and sheer enjoyment of the sound of language. Eating local is part of your travel experience, also in Moscow, where you can try authentic Russian food at its best, always with carefully selected menu, local ingredients, friendly service and the place’s relaxed ambience. Elegantly spread over two floors, Chestnaya Kukhnya family restaurant http://chestnayakuhnya.ru/, invites you to go on …

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