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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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MAKE AN INTERESTING NOVEL, WITH NO MEN IN IT AT ALL – Finola Moorhead: When you preferred writing to teaching.

An reading twist, that is sure to entertain. It holds holds a market day in the main street, which attracts hundreds of people. Is know for its “village atmosphere” and its beautiful beaches. Is a seaside town on the Mornington Peninsula, south of Melbourne. Mornington is a popular tourist destination to visit the area’s bay beaches and wineries. Why not …

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WRITING LONGHAND, GOING BACK TO THE SOURCE – Ivy Alvarez: A prolific writer that has had her work featured in various publications in Australia, England, Philippines and online.

To begin with, write in notebook, then transcribe to computer. Welcome to 123 Pioneer Street, Mandaluyong City. They are the only bookstore in Manila that focuses on Philippine art, you offering a platform to generate cultural awareness. Artbooks https://artbooks.ph/is a new independent bookstore run by a company of artists dedicated to documenting and promoting Philippine art and culture. A selection …

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I SUPPOSE I AM THE ONE RESPONSIBLE FOR DESTROYING MYSELF – Natsuo Kirino: To be afraid of the creatures who masqueraded as people.

In spite of writing in stories in the genre, she does not like mysteries. When you approach the traditional hanami custom (look at the cherry blossoms), find a green area to go to, perhaps reading a novel by Natsuo Kirino. On the picturesque area of Tokyo Bay, the Sarue Onshi Park awaits you https://en.japantravel.com/tokyo/sarue-onshi-park/26328, perfect in spring to admire the …

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TURKISH SOCIETY AND CLASH BETWEEN EASTERN AND WESTERN CULTURE – Halide Edib: The rights of women and their emancipation.

There are moments in life that have no time. It is just an effect, just a life-shock. She played a major role in the Turkish Hearth clubs that were design to encourage social and economic progress. Novelist and pioneer in the emancipation of women in Turkey, HALIDE EDIB was born 1883 in Istanbul. She became actively engaged in Turkish literary …

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HOW LONG WILL YOUR LIFE, TO MAKE SOMEONE’S HEART BIGGER? – Bano Qudsia: When madness is the result of unfulfilled wishes.

Insanity is always the best way to get relief. Her father was a Bachelor of Agriculture and her brother was a painter. BANO QUDSIA was born on a November day 1928 in Firozpur, a city on the banks of the Sutlej River (Firozpur District, Punjab, India). After the partition of India, she migrated to Lahore, where had begun writing short …

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SHADOWS OF WORDS – Amrita Pritam, a writing equally loved by the people of India and Pakistan.

Inspiring people through literary works. Later in her career, she started writing on dreams and spiritual themes. She was born in Gujranwala (Punjabon), into an August day, 1919. She is considered the first eminent female Punjabi writer of the 20th century. Pinjar, one of her most famous novels, was made into a movie of the same name. Honoured with prestigious …

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