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Anna Akhmatova, of Russia: "I don't know of any country in which people love poetry more than ours.

Oscar Wilde.1854-1900.Yo creo en cualquier cosa siempre que sea increible.

"Wilde News: Newly Discovered Items, Books From His Library and More" by Michael Lieberman, Wilde as an undergraduate, April

Marina Tsvetaeva - Russian Poet - 1892–1941:  Critics and translators of Tsvetaeva’s work often comment on the passion in her poems, their swift shifts and unusual syntax, and the influence of folk songs. She is also known for her portrayal of a woman’s experiences during the “terrible years” (as the period in Russian history was described by Aleksandr Blok).

Poet Marina Tsvetaeva, the most famous female poet in Russian history, with the possible exception of Anna Akhmatova. She was hounded into suicide by the Soviet government in August

Colette (1873-1954) was a prolific French fiction writer with around 50 novels published. Her writing is marked by clever observation and dialogue with an intimate, explicit style. Colette quote: "Time spent with cats is never wasted." Colette bought a pearl gray Chartreuse at a cat show in 1926 and wrote a novel La Chatte (The Cat) in 1933. Her friend Jean Cocteau, artist, poet, filmmaker, and later neighbor in Jardins du Palais-Royal, was also a cat lover.

22 Hilarious Pictures Of Wet Cats(Cat bath)

Colette was a prolific French fiction writer with around 50 novels…

Анна Ахматова: день рождения великой поэтессы https://joinfo.ua/culture/1208592_Anna-Ahmatova-den-rozhdeniya-velikoy-poetessi.html

Анна Ахматова: день рождения великой поэтессы https://joinfo.ua/culture/1208592_Anna-Ahmatova-den-rozhdeniya-velikoy-poetessi.html

Anna Akhmatova (Anna Andreyevna Gorenko) and her son, Lev Gumilev

Anna Akhmatova and Her Son in 1925 Here is my English translation of the last part of Anna Akhmatova’s poem ‘Tricks of the Trade’. The Russian original was written in the summer o…

Sylvia in Paris, 1956 (Gordon Lameyer).

Sylvia Plath in Paris, 1956 (Gordon Lameyer). The doomed American poetess was probably on her honeymoon, and looked happy enough.

"Freedom is near. Everything’s simple, / See how the sunlight falls across - The wet ivy this spring. --Anna Akhmatova.

Anna Akhmatova: "Freedom is near. Everything’s simple, / See how the sunlight falls across - The wet ivy this spring.

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We have reached the end of ending. And so I simply stroke, and stroke. And stroke your face. —Marina Tsvetaeva, from “Poem of the End” (translated by Elaine Feinstein)

Andar a Pé. Um livro muito interessante sobre a arte que é o ato de caminhar. Thoreau faz um texto dissertativo sobre a arte de caminhar. Ele nos conta como uma caminhada pode fazer bem não só ao corpo, mas também ao pensamento e à meditação, fazendo o homem voltar à sua origem selvagem.  Henry David Thoreau 12/07/1817 - 06/05/1862 (44 anos). foi um autor estadunidense, poeta, naturalista, ativista  crítico da ideia de desenvolvimento, pesquisador, historiador, filósofo, e…

Henry David Thoreau walked the earth gently from July 1817 - He lies in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Concord Mass., alongside Hawthorne and Emerson. Before he died Thoreau exclaimed: “Now comes good sailing!

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