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UPRISING was my favourite reading of 2014 so far and will be hard to top. Here are the details:

Radical poetry in Liverpool
at News from Nowhere News From Nowhere Radical & Community Bookshop… 234 more words

The Place to Bury our Martyrs

For human geographical and historical reasons Paris unlike London has a wealth of cemeteries within the bounds of the city proper. Huge expanses of prime development land surrounded by concrete and given over to the deceased. 926 more words

In the Catacombs

Opened in 1837 and inspired by the Pere Lachaise in Paris, West Norwood became known as the Millionaire’s Cemetery. But within its opulent grounds there are twelve buried names whose currency is language: these are the dead poets of West Norwood. 158 more words

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