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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE: Poetry, from “Romeo and Juliet” Act 3, Scene 2

“When you you will not be part of me, I want to cut out of your memory many small stars. Then it, the sky will be so beautiful, that all the world will fall in love of the night.” (William Shakespeare)

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ALESSO BALDOVINETTI (1425/1499), ITALIAN PAINTER: Follower of Andrea del Castagno and Paolo Uccello, with their same realistic and naturalistic art

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TRIP TO SCANDINAVIA, FIFTH STAGE: Together with Arne, to discover the pleasure of his Oslo

Beautiful location, right in the Oslofjord, surrounded by hills that are about to become green again. Welcome to Oslo, the city where I live. Certainly you are not interested in what you can find in any tourist guide, for this I invite you to take note of our itinerary today, beginning with Karl Johansgate the most important street of the …

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I SIT AT MY DESK: Love Poem, by Kennet Rexroth

I SIT AT MY DESK “I sit at my desk. What can I write to you? Sick with love, I long to see you in the flesh. I can only write, “I love you. I love you. I love you. “ Love cuts through my heart And tears my vitals. Spasms of longing suffocate me And will not stop.” (Kennet …

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KIRCHBERG, AUSTRIA: Still one last dip in white, skiing until late spring

Near Kitzbuhel – in western Tyrol – the Austrian Alps offer you particular places, where to ski at 1800 meters high, in the woods of Ehrenbachhöhe, next to the old wooden barns. You should move in a worldly dimension reduced, going to Kirchberg, an alpine village that looks straight out of an old postcard. This small baroque jewel, above a …

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UNITED COLOURS OF WISDOM – Inside the eddies of life, discovering the shape of passion, without moving the grass

HARMONY – A. Blok: Telling those who did not live, play fake and tragic harm. Discover a harmony, in discordant reel being. LOSS – Hakim Sanai: Why did you lose to think about the shape of what is? Why sighs of passion, for what is not? Of these two things, make it one, and swallowed it like honey. Then, netted …

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FRANCESCO UBERTINI (Bacchiacca): The master of color combinations, in Renaissance Florence

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ARUNDHATHI SUBRAMANIAM, BREATH: Contemporary Indian Poetry

BREATH “Breath stranger, ancestor, friend that does not leave you anything but that, a brand of air on the skin. Advises that nothing there is respectable, in a set of family, when the doors of the cabinet are closed. Advises that this land wild and naked desire, is simply, or not so simply, body. “ (Arundhathi Subramanian)

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TIBERIO DI ASSISI (1470/1524): Shades of Renaissance Pinturicchio and Perugino, in Rome, Assisi and Perugia

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AMICO ASPERTINI (1474/1552): The eclectic Italian painter who painted the Renaissance with both hands

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