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IN HER SHOES – Novel by Jennifer Weiner

About reception and consumption of fiction, written by women Philadelphia https://www.discoverphl.com/visit/plan-your-trip/visitors-guide/ has a lot to offer about your taste buds. You will have to go near a train station, to the Reading Terminal market to dive into a food market that has a long tradition. Favored by fans, its Downtown Cheese https://readingterminalmarket.org/merchant/downtown-cheese/ offers a huge selection of cheeses and meats …

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LA CALIFFA – Novel by Alberto Bevilacqua

The thousand facets of a difficult and complex personality Just as the memory of places can be associated with something, also the literary places of Parma, https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?hl=en&mid=12e55DKV6NxleNBgZBcy5DsP90Cw&ll=44.80463903367221,10.335480251838419&z=15, to move on the horizon of the written things that the city has been able to generate. You can do this, through writers and poets who have imagined, remembered or invented it, such …

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A SUITABLE BOY – Novel by Vikram Seth

Describing acclaimed epic of Indian life The earliest works of Indian literature were orally transmitted, while the Sanskrit epics Ramayana and Mahabharata appeared towards the end of the second millennium BCE. Combining the diverse linguistic and cultural traditions, India’s literary tradition is one of the richest in the world. What is common to its writers is a depth of feeling …

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THE WOMAN WHO HAD TWO NAVELS – Novel by Nick Joaquin

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THE THORN BIRDS – Novel by Colleen McCullough

Begins to write for fun  Here you find sheep and cattle, vegetables and cereal crops. Wellington it lies at the confluence of the Macquarie and Bell rivers. Wellington Caves http://www.wellingtoncaves.com.au/ waiting for you in New South Wales (Australia). Wiradjuri people inhabited the region. An 1826 picture painted shows Aboriginal people in front of a fire, at the just at entrance …

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THE YEAR OF MAGICAL THINKING – Novel by Joan Didion

A mother, enduring her daughter’s illness To book lovers rejoice there are independent bookstores across Los Angeles that are focused on a wide range of literary genres. One of its most acclaimed independent bookstores, Skylight Books https://www.skylightbooks.com/, is in historic Los Feliz neighborhood. Owned and run by writers, it host frequent author events. Mystic Journey Bookstore https://www.mysticjourneybookstore.com/, sells a wide …

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WHEN A NOVEL IS FABLE-LIKE IN STRUCTURE – Han Kang: Korea’s Kafka

Why a novelist turns a woman into a plant Book-themed cafes emerge in Seoul as evolving cultural spots. Clustered in the city’s Hongdae area (home to Korea’s major publishing houses), its cafes that provide books to read, reflect a ever-changing trend have been, also becoming a favorite place for many writers and artists. Entering Cafe Comma https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-Comma/136371636460285, you discover bookshelves …

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SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS AND ALIENATION OF A GIRL – Risa Wataya: The youngest-ever recipient of Japan’s most prestigious literary award

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INTO EACH LIFE SOME RAIN MUST FALL – Bliss Carman: The greatest joy in nature was the absence of man

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WRITE ABOUT ADVERSITY, TRUE SCHOOL OF THE MIND – Katharine Lee Bates: Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet

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