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STEPS UNDER WATER – Novel by Alicia Kozameh

Corporeality of memory, resistance and survival Like other countries in South America, Argentina was under a dictatorship. Following the dictatorship footsteps, you  will meet people and places, such as symbols of the mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, or the ESMA, a former training school for mechanics in the armed forces northern Buenos Aires, where disappeared were held. Parque de …

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A YOUNG POETESS, IN THE SHADOW OF THE FATHER – Angélica Palma: Lead in the aseptic family genre, fun and well written

Reflect, between traditional and modern Lima A Literature Lover’s Guide to Lima? The city has inspired writer novelist Mario Vargas Llosa, the every travelers’ go-to novelist. It was the drinking place for international thinkers. The famous Hotel Bolivar, has served pisco sours to the legendary writer Ernest Hemingway. Bar Queirolo https://antiguatabernaqueirolo.com/ has served Peruvian writers for generations, and remains a …

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A SPACE FOR THE SKYLINE – Adela Zamudio, a singular woman, precursor of Feminism in Bolivia

Dreaming love, under the pseudonym of Soledad The facade of Cathedral of Cochabamba reflects a mestizo fusion of Spanish Baroque and indigenous architectural styles. Perched atop the hill in Cochabamba, tall statue of the Cristo de la Concordia is the tallest of its kind in the world. Located to the east of Cochabamba, the National Park Carrasco is boasts cloud …

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LOVE MADE IT IN US, LIKE A DAY IT WAS LIGHT – Meira Delmar: Evening is no longer an evening; it is the memory of that other

The perception of having already met, of being the expected “other”. In her honor, the National Poetry Prize that bears her name was created. She was a poet of Lebanese Colombian origin. Born in Barranquilla on a day in August 1922, Olga Isabel Chams Eljach became know under the pseudonym of Meira Delmar. Among the most significant poets of the …

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WRITING ABOUT A CRUEL PLACE TO LIVE IN Juan Rulfo – No one knowed better than him do how far heaven was, but he also known all the shortcuts

The rural Mexico the times of the Revolution  Backed by the mountains of the Sierra Madre del Sur, in the mid-20th century, this beach resort was the haunt of Sinatra, Bardot and Elizabeth Taylor. Fort San Diego, Acapulco’s top historical monument, is its star fort, first erected in 1617 to ward off pirate attacks. One of Mexico’s great 20th-century artists …

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WRITING ABOUT CHILDHOOD, LOVE AND LONELINESS – Gilles Archambault: A reader is a being who lacks imagination, because otherwise he would write himself his own fictions

Desperate humor, the fascination of passing time, the inevitable tenderness Like other big cities, in Montreal are ethnic influences to be, but there is also a deep-rooted tradition of French-Canadian food, reflected into its restaurants. Its dishes and styles that evolved with Quebec. Le Mousso restaurant https://lemousso.com/, it is focusing on displaying the ingredients the region has to offer. Its …

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IF HAVE HAD SOME CERTAINTY – Lisa Pietrobon: Living where you breathe creativity.

Get to know a city of art, the cradle of many personalities. Traveling in Castelfranco Veneto, city of art, you can stop in the Mazzaro bookstore https://www.facebook.com/libreria.massaro/, which for decades has offered an excellent assortment of books, quickly providing its customers with what they are looking for. Ask of Davide, the bookseller that everyone would like to have under his …

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THE LITTLE RED CHAIRS – Edna O’Brien: Portrayal of women, evocative description, and sexual candour.

The advance scout for the Irish imagination They can cater for private parties, with entertainment at the weekend. Full of genuine Irish charm and history with a great pint and lots of craic, Teach Ui Bhriain http://www.discoverloughderg.ie/nualas-bar-and-restaurant/teach-ui-bhriain-bar-and-the-island-restaurant-2/, is a delightful family run pub close to an ancient settlement, noted for St Cronán’s Church, the oldest church in constant use in …

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HOPE DIES LAST – The Autobiography of Alexander Dubcek

A velvet revolution, in a distant spring. Born into November day, 1921, in Uhrovec, he become first secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in 1968. Alexander Dubček introduced liberal reforms led to the Soviet invasion. He received his early education in Soviet Central Asia, where his father had settled. During World War II, he took part in the underground …

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POETIC EXPERIMENTS IN SONNET FORM – Michele Leggott: A woman, a rose and what has it to do, with her.

When poems interweaves childhood memories and experiences of starting a family. Reading her poems, you too can discover the sharpness of images and her wonderful ear for the musical sounds. Born 1956 in Stratford (New Zealand), she completed an MA in English in 1979, and she then moved to Canada to do a PhD at the University of British Columbia. …

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