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Spread The Word 📚 Jul 18
📖 Do you know a homeless shelter that would like to start a mini-library? As part of our efforts to make more accessible to those who have been made , we're delivering books to London shelters. Tag a shelter/service that might like to receive a box!
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BendiVander Jul 12
Fire in the Sky coming soon.
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Novelicious Jul 13
is a process of producing beautiful that tell more than any facts Barnes ScottRhea
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Regina Kenney Jul 12
Words can be like X-rays if you use them properly -- they’ll go through anything. You read and you’re pierced. - Aldous Huxley, 'Brave New World'
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Italy in Iran Jul 11
A window open to the world. Touring central in and appreciating Iranians’ passion for and the . A precious tool to keep cultural bonds tight and share ideas through , , .
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Lisa Maldonado Jul 12
The Temple of My Familiar by Alice Walker. A complex masterwork of love, loss, possession and freedom. Transcendent!!! Also, anything by Toni Morrison, another inimitable female Black voice. These women are so wise, brave and beautiful
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hina171Khan 11h
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H e t e r o t o p ia Jul 12
"When you felt so alone and abandoned in the presence of the sea, imagine what solitude the waters must have felt in the night, or the night’s own solitude in a universe without end!" ― O. V. de Milosz, L’amoureuse Initiation
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Brainy writers Essays.Homework.Assignments.Pay. Jul 12
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H e t e r o t o p ia 7h
"We find beauty not in the thing itself but in the patterns of shadows, the light and the darkness, that one thing against another creates… Were it not for shadows, there would be no beauty." Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, "In Praise of shadows"
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Joshua Locantore 14h
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foodwithsusi Jul 13
What book would you choose to read? 1) Dracula 2) The Brothers Karamazov 3) Moby-Dick
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Ayan Mahamoud Jul 19
Such a pleasure and honour to have welcomed our sister and many incredible people to , for
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Jean-Claude Bardinat Jul 17
Existentialism is well portrayed by French existentialist through Literature and thematic literary pieces.
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Neil Burns 4h
One of the best depictions of James Joyce I have experienced so far... On a gable wall in Terenure. I love it.
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Jon Winokur Jul 19
Great can only be created out of love. JAMES BALDWIN
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S. Jojushi 🐉 10h
A poem titled ”this could be my last”, Unpublished, 2019 By . . . . .
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JodyScott lit estate 23h
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Shiona M. Mackenzie Jul 15
...Studies have found that both pitch fluctuation and rhythm in classical , from Bach to Beethoven, have a fractal nature. are also to be found in ...
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VicePresidentOfIndia 12h
In paying tributes to Shri Gora Sastri, all of us here are recollecting the contribution of one of the great writers of our times to have adorned the pages of the history of journalism, and a giant worthy of emulation by media persons of all hues.
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