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Is she a poet? At age 62, no one quite knows for sure.  The Inscrutable Brilliance of Anne Carson - NYTimes.com

The Inscrutable Brilliance of Anne Carson

Is she a poet? At age 62, no one quite knows for sure. The Inscrutable Brilliance of Anne Carson - NYTimes.com

Kate Grenville - Australian Author - Official Web Site

Kate Grenville - Australian Author - Official Web Site

Alan Rickman - Movie Actor Quotes -  Film Actor Quote - #alanrickman

Alan Rickman on Being a Storyteller and Artist

Camille Claudel Auguste Rodin's student and muse and scluptor

Camille claudel et auguste rodin ou l'amour des dieux

Novità in #libreria. #Autunno, la stagione dei #libri. Appuntamento in libreria l'1 e l'8 ottobre con le due nuove uscite firmate Sonzogno. Dal Giappone un nuovo metodo per essere belle subito, in maniera semplice e naturale e un gioiello della letteratura femminile inglese che indaga sulla scoperta del sesso, sull’identità e sulla perdita dell’innocenza. http://www.ilsitodelledonne.it/?p=18266 Elizabeth Bowen

Novità in #libreria. #Autunno, la stagione dei #libri. Appuntamento in libreria l'1 e l'8 ottobre con le due nuove uscite firmate Sonzogno. Dal Giappone un nuovo metodo per essere belle subito, in maniera semplice e naturale e un gioiello della letteratura femminile inglese che indaga sulla scoperta del sesso, sull’identità e sulla perdita dell’innocenza. http://www.ilsitodelledonne.it/?p=18266 Elizabeth Bowen

Dodie Smith I Capture the Castle (1948) “I write this sitting in the kitchen sink.” A brilliant beginning to a much-loved English classic, which tells us almost all we need to know about the narrator Cassandra Mortmain. Quirky and high-spirited, Dodie Smith’s novel is really an exercise in nostalgia. Smith (subsequently famous for The Hundred and One Dalmatians) was living in 1940s California, and wrote this story, in a sustained fever of nostalgia, to remind her of home. Perhaps only an…

Dodie Smith I Capture the Castle (1948) “I write this sitting in the kitchen sink.” A brilliant beginning to a much-loved English classic, which tells us almost all we need to know about the narrator Cassandra Mortmain. Quirky and high-spirited, Dodie Smith’s novel is really an exercise in nostalgia. Smith (subsequently famous for The Hundred and One Dalmatians) was living in 1940s California, and wrote this story, in a sustained fever of nostalgia, to remind her of home. Perhaps only an…

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