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El cielo y Roma nuestros.

Me he comportado como una vulnerable sin puertas de salida.
Tan vulnerable como amor sin boca al flote del abismo,
Vulnerable, desquiciada, delirante.
Apoyada al costado de tus despedidas jamás dichas, 476 more words

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CfP: The Romantic Eye (Yale, 17-18 April 2015)

Please see below for a Call for Papers for an exciting-sounding symposium on the Romantic Eye at Yale this April.  The organisers are particularly keen to secure contributions from early career scholars (including people working on their doctorates).  366 more words

Visual Culture

Featured Publication: Nineteenth-Century Prose Special Issue on William Godwin

Rowland Weston has guest-edited a special double issue of Nineteenth-Century Prose (41: 1/2, Spring/Fall 2014). The volume devotes 424 pages to new Godwin scholarship, and includes a stimulating and provocative introduction by the editor. 851 more words

Arnold Böcklin, Isle of the Dead

Arnold Böcklin, (1827-1901) Swiss Symbolist painter. This is his most famous work. He painted beautiful mythological scenes and landscapes. This was one of my favorite paintings when I was young, Something right out of Shelley.

Art

The Fresh Prince and Snowflakes

On my way home from class today, I got entirely too excited about perfectly shaped snowflakes falling onto my windshield. Literally, perfectly shaped snowflake clusters with 6 points and everything.  808 more words

City

Te miro con ojos de amapola.

-Besos de Amélie por todo el cuerpo-

He metido por completo la cabeza en un hueco un domingo completo.

-¿Cómo te lo explico?-

Nunca me he ido, tampoco hoy, mañana tal vez descanse más que ayer. 364 more words

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