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Leila Vieira Nov 16
In their new edition of “A doença” (1777), Morato and Costigan modernized the spelling and created notes to explain references and historical characters.
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🎹 Lîlîum Økamê 👻 Nov 11
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Carlos G. Vidal 6h
The Loneliness of the Military Historian by Margaret Atwood
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Mariana Eberhard 7h
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Dofo Nov 9
"'Terrible times are coming': the Holocaust diary that lay unread for 70 years"
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P E P E   G U E R R E R O Nov 8
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Inglés con Alan Nov 17
Tertulia Literaria / Book Club Our books for the December talk, have arrived and can be collected from the Biblioteca Municipal, Barbastro. See you next month.
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Chari Gonzcat 1h
There’s no need to talk about it, because the truth of what one says lies in what one does...
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J.W. Kash Nov 12
« We know our own children so little, in the end. We know other people so little, in general. All we do is project on them the fantasies they have inspired. » » Jean-Philippe Blondel
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henrique sanches Nov 13
Try again, fail again. Fail better. Samuel Beckett
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Gudden Moien Nov 9
Marie Brennan, A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent
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Juanjo de Goya Nov 8
«There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in storm, a night with no moon, and the anger of a gentle man.» Patrick Rothfuss. The Wise Man’s Fear.
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Literazee Nov 11
Un tour por Literazee: Nos leemos!
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Norma Dragoevich Nov 10
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Kusepin Pacha 11h
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J. B. Buch Nov 17
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Belén Gutiérrez Nov 16
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Leila Vieira Nov 16
In the poem “Memorial” (1793) Domingos Caldas Barbosa acknowledges his blackness but emphasizes men are all the same, regardless of skin color: “Tenho em conhecimento Que não houve dois Adoes”
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La Locomotora Nov 16
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Adriel Nascimento Nov 15
"...Whatever been through Doesn't matter. The important is eternal And the eternal live in me." "Vivendo Eterno / Living Eternal" (Available in Eng & Pt-Br)
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