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VISIONARY MASTERPIECES, AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD – Chimako Tada, a sweetly flexible and beautiful language

Write on the outskirts of life, in relative isolation. Author of over 15 poetry books, Chimako Tada https://poets.org/poet/tada-chimako was a poet famous for her surreal style. She translated prose and poetry from French, documenting with words the female experience in the period following the end of the Second World War. Her Japanese translation of Yourcenar’s Memoires d’Hadrien was publish with …

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WRITING VISITS, LIKE GRACE – Merlinda Bobis; postcolonial conflicts, alongside the borders of transnationalism

When painting with words is cheap Merlinda Bobis https://www.merlindabobis.com.au/biography.htm is a Philippine-Australian writer and academic. Her poems includes a bilingual epic, which she recites in live performances. Her greatest gift is the comfort of transformation. Written in both Filipino and English, her works integrates elements of the traditional culture with modern experience. Now she lives in Australia, but was born in Legaspi …

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ACROSS HER PAGES, NEVER EXPECT AN HERD OF BUFFALOS – Meena Kandasamy, the woman who display scars within exhibition frames

Tell you something that goes against popular wisdom If you like browsing through books and then reading them, of course, you need to check out in Chennai, where India’s oldest bookstore, is located in the hub of the city in its colonial building on Anna Salai. Opened since 1844, apart from having the tag of the oldest living bookstore in …

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THE HEART OF A WOMAN – Maya Angelou, the woman who know why the caged bird sings

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you On the banks of the Mississippi, the Gateway Arch https://www.gatewayarch.com/ is the symbol of the city of Saint Louis. Built between 1963 and 1965, it symbolizes the West Gate. In Lafayette Square, many of the houses are built in Greek, Revival, Federal and Italian styles. In the city, …

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A POET, JOURNALIST AND BOOKLIST OF SHORT LIFE – Carlos Fernández Shaw

At the end of rapid sketches, repeating a sentence from his zarzuelas Among the memories of a trip, there are those who prefer wines or perfumes, ceramics and clothes, but in Madrid, the city that hosted the theatrical success Margarita la Tornera, you will have to know something more about this lyrical-dramatic genre in which spoken and sung scenes alternate, …

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A POET AND HER WORLD – Shamim Azad, between education and entertainment

Believe in sharing knowledge and wisdom There are people who, in search of hidden poems, dedicate their time to an extremely original activity, simply by using colorful words and markers. The found poetry http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/found-poems-parallel-poems-33.html always comes from something that is written somewhere, such as the page of a book or newspaper. Try it too, highlighting with a marker the words …

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A LIFE ON THE OTHER SIDE, WITH NEW EYES – Sibilla Aleramo, the need to admire before loving

When life is a journey called love After a nice breakfast at the Bonadeo Pastry shop http://www.pasticceriabonadeo.it/, you can get to know Alessandria, a town with an elegant imprint, lying on the plain, on the right of the Tanaro River. Of particular value and artistic-cultural relevance, are its buildings. Its Citadel http://www.cultural.it/danonperdere/cittadella.asp, a military fortress still intact, offers you a …

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THE AVAILABILITY TO COMPARE WITH THE HORRIBLE – Louise Glück, insight a severe poetic lyricism.

Writing around the difficult and the painful It was create in the 1930s, during the prohibition period, using many alcoholic components, but with the addition of coca-cola, to make it look like a cold tea. Its final smell appearance resembles that of lemon tea. Long Island Iced Tea is a cocktail based on vodka, gin, white rum and triple sec. …

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SHE WAS NOT A PERSON TO WHOM THINGS HAPPEN – Muriel Spark, writer by humorous and slightly unsettling fantasy

Satire and wit, around serious themes To her, education was a leading out of what is already there in the soul. Born in Edinburgh in 1918, she attended a girls’ high school there. In 1935, Muriel Spark https://murielspark100.com/ graduated in summary writing, teaching English and worked as a clerk in a department store. She married following her husband in present-day …

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WHEN THE ONLY UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE IS A KISS – Alfred de Musset: To see to know, to want to be able and to dare to have

An imagination with big wings, inside a prison as big as a hand To understand him better, you will have to remember what he wrote: “I can’t help it: the idea of infinity torments me.” His tormented love affair with the writer George Sand was told in a 1999 film, Children of the Century. Poet and playwright, he became an …

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