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Erika Banerji Nov 17
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Nathan Francis Nov 16
"Any human anywhere will blossom in a hundred unexpected talents and capacities simply by being given the opportunity to do so." ✒ The great novelist and Nobel Laureate , author of "The Golden Notebook", passed away 17 November 2013.
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MannahattaMamma Nov 17
The most perfect description of a cat ever
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Musafir Nov 16
That is what learning is. You suddenly understand something you've understood all your life, but in a new way.
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Save Redland Library Nov 20
3pm TODAY on The South Bank Show Originals s4 Ep 16, Doris Lessing Melvyn Bragg looks back on his 1988 meeting with author , who discussed her life, work and novel📖 “The Fifth Child”
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thurayya Nov 17
“Her tail moved, in another dimension, as if its tip was catching messages her other organs could not."
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Outlived Nov 16
Died Doris Lessing, Novelist, 7 years ago today
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Monika🍁🍂 Nov 17
"Oh Cherry trees you are too white for my heart, And all the ground is whitened with your dying, And all your boughs go dipping towards the river, And every drop is falling from my heart." Fourteen Poems (1959) In memory of (October 22, 1919 - November 17, 2013)🕊️
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Reem El Meligy Nov 18
‘Everybody in the world is thinking: I wish there was just one other person I could really talk to, who could really understand me, who’d be kind to me. That’s what people really want, if they’re telling the truth.’
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Malayanil Nov 17
"Very few people really care about freedom, liberty & truth. Very few people have guts, the kind of guts on which a real democracy has to depend. Without people with that sort of guts a free society dies or cannot be born." -The Golden Notebook,
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Debasis Chakraborty Nov 19
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Lecturas imprescindibles Nov 17
«He estado siempre en el borde, observando, deslizándome hacia la salida; detesto pertenecer... » ✍️ Escritora británica, Premio Nobel de Literatura, 2007.
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vanda Nov 18
Pensa in modo sbagliato se vuoi, ma in ogni caso pensa con la tua testa. su
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Κασσανδρα Nov 17
"Felicità? È una parola che, di tanto in tanto, nella mia vita, ho raccolto, ho osservato - ma mai l'ho scoperta sotto le stesse sembianze."
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Los libros de mi vida! Nov 17
«Escribir te hace más humano. El talento es algo bastante corriente. No escasea la inteligencia, sino la constancia. No hay leyes para escribir una novela... Yo solo poseo una de las cualidades menos importantes, pero necesarias, para escribir: la curiosidad.» ✍️
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LuinoNotizie Nov 17
Sette anni dall’addio a , una tra le più grandi scrittrice del Novecento
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Punto Lettura Nov 16
“Perché devo provare sempre questo terribile bisogno di far sí che gli altri vedano le cose come le vedo io? È infantile.” Oggi nel 2013 moriva la scrittrice , premio per la letteratura. . .
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Biblioteca Diocesana de Córdoba Nov 17
Un día como hoy, hace 7 años, nos dejó , una escritora muy conocida gracias a su Premio Nobel de Literatura (2007), sus obras más conocidas son: "Canta la hierba"; "El quinto hijo"; y por último, "Alfred y Emily".
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Vicente Mené (#VMA) Nov 17
- La risa es, por definición, saludable.
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Letras pequeñas 15h
Mi corazón volvió a pesar una tonelada en mi costado.
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