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ALMOST IT WAS A HOME

The miracle of a hug No one is too old for a hug. Everyone wants a hug. Everyone needs a hug. We are angels with only one wing and we can only fly by staying hugged. The world is not understandable, but it is embraceable. The Embrace www.ilpensieromediterraneo.it, a novel by Ernesto Masina, instead addresses the theme of latent chauvinism …

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I BROKE MY WINGS IN YOUR ARMS

Carmen Boullosa and love through the centuries Among her poems, “The embrace of the earth”: Embrace of the earth, certainty of what the mountain says, secret made voice, silence is your cuneiform breath, the calligraphy of the gods is your smell and your body thirsty for love. Alma Guillermoprieto, Roberto Bolaño and Elena Poniatowska are among the writers who appreciated …

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IN SEARCH OF THE INCOMPREHENSIBLE

A handful of writers in search of the impossible For Plato it was the search for the ultimate truth, but there are also those who consider it as the science of being qua being, the search for the first cause of things or the investigation of the real qua real. There is no definitive answer to the questions posed by …

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THE LOOK THAT PLACES ON MADNESS, MANIE AND DEVIATIONS – Guadalupe Nettel and the sharpness of referring us to our own obsessions

Between destiny and free will, collecting what we have to live The body in which I was born, https://www.amazon.it/Body-Where-Was-Born/dp/1609807510 is a book in which Guadalupe Nettel https://www.elle.com/it/magazine/libri/a39329227/guadalupe-nettel-libri/ relives with the mind a succession of events inherent to her own youth, between Mexico and France, confronting some utopias of the 70s. In the pages of this novel by her, perhaps you …

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CREATION, RESEARCH AND LITERARY PERFORMANCE – Marie-Claire Blais, a staunch Francophonist activist

The writer who explored violence, revolt and hatred Canadian writer Marie-Claire Blais https://www.writerstrust.com/authors/marie-claire-blais/ died at her home in Key West on a November day in 2021, yet, she was a native of Quebec, where she was encouraged to write at the Université Laval. In 1959, she published her first novel, La Belle bête https://www.amazon.it/Joualonais-sa-Joualonie-Marie-Claire-Blais/dp/2890524094, appreciated by critics, despite the roughness …

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THE FORGOTTEN WRITER OF THE INDONESIAN REVOLUTION – Among the novels, children’s stories and poems by Siti Rukiah

Publishing literary works in postcolonial Indonesia Although her name is mention in Indonesian textbooks, few people access her works. Writing was a means of expressing the concern of the younger generation during the first years of Indonesian independence. Although she normally went to men, in 1953 she was a woman who won the most prestigious literary prize in Indonesia of …

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LA COLLINA DEI GRUMI DI LANA – Novel by Dante Evangelisti

History is alive; we are part of an uninterrupted relay race Dante Evangelisti was born in Orciano di Pesaro, in the heart of Italy. As a teenager, he started writing poems and short stories. Graduated in Urbino in psych-sociology of communication, after having worked for a long time for an multinational insurance he devoted himself to what attracts him: traveling …

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VIVIDLY DESCRIBE THE STREET LIFE IN MANILA – The ability to write metaphors, on a human scale

The representation of lived lives, between two worlds Born in the Philippines, but raised in the United States, she graduated from Harvard College and Columbia University’s School of the Arts. Mia Alvar https://miaalvar.com/ received scholarships; her work has appeared in prestigious international journals. A collection of her short stories, “In the Country“, has won three prestigious international awards. Currently, she …

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THE DELINQUENTS, FROM NOVEL TO CULT FILM – Writing full time, after an illness

A girl named Lola and the characterization of a triumph There are those who say that heterosexual fulfillment and modernism are hidd within the pages of his first novel. Australian novelist Deirdre Cash https://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/cash-deirdre-9707 wrote under the pseudonym Criena Rohan. The Delinquents, her first novel, was describe as a “back-street Tristan and Isolde”. Born in Melbourne on a July day …

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WRITING WITH WRYNESS THE EVERYDAY HUMAN FOIBLES – Gillian Tindall, a lucid and formal prose, melted in movement

Reflect on a lifetime’s interest, in historical recovery If you too think that bookstores are magical places, in which to savor the knowledge of the centuries, your stay in London needs some more photographic shots, because Daunt Books https://dauntbooks.co.uk/our-shops/ is the most photographed bookshop in the city. The charming three-story building has windows that illuminate the rooms with natural light. …

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