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Musings on Mortality and Muesli

There’s a sort of league table in my mind regarding death.

There are people who have always been dead while I’ve been alive, so not only am I unmoved by Shakespeare’s death, I probably contain several molecules of the man himself. 640 more words

Care Farm

Spanish Food Idioms in Don Quixote - En todas partes cuecen habas

For fans of 17th century literature April 2016 is a seminal month, for it marks 400 years since the death of two literary giants: William Shakespeare… 637 more words

Spanish Culture

HOW DON QUIXOTE CHANGED MY LIFE

Remembering Cervantes on his 400th death anniversary

The year was 1962. I was ten years old and had just joined the eighth standard in the Kulakada Government High School, a very average institution in a rural setting in Kerala. 397 more words

Alexandra Kudryashkina Александра Кудряшкина

Alexandra Kudryashkina Александра Кудряшкина, “Don Quixote”, Moscow Classical Ballet Theatre Театр классического балета

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Photographer Alex Pankov on Pinterest… 17 more words

Unique

T5W: Books You're Intimidated By

Top Five Wednesday is a tag originating on youtube (booktube), created by Lainey of gingerreadslainey.  It is open to participants across all forms of book blogging.  557 more words

Reading

The Not So Impossible Dream

“So… why is your dad building that windmill in your backyard again?” asked Tim.

“I heard him tell my mom it has something to do with a carbon mission, whatever that is. 207 more words

Short Story