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Our first asparagus harvest: worth the wait

Two years ago, at the end of what we were told had been the coldest March for fifty years, I cleared a layer of frozen snow on our allotment and planted fifteen asparagus crowns that we had ordered from the Royal Horticultural Society, but which arrived just as a blizzard moved in. 2,143 more words

Poetry

Citate

Daca stii limbi straine, esti acasa pretutindeni.  (Edmund de Waal)

Limbi Straine

Book Review: The Hare With Amber Eyes

The Hare with Amber Eyes is beautifully written and takes the reader on a journey through a family history of nearly 200 years.

The author Edmund de Waal, a ceramicist, tells the story of the Ephrussi, his family, who had been a very wealthy and well-known European Jewish banking dynasty. 230 more words

Japan

Review: Hare with Amber Eyes

From Japan to Paris, through Vienna and back to Japan. In his memoir entitled The Hare with Amber Eyes Edmund de Waal recounts the fascinating family saga that surrounded 264… 395 more words

Reviews

Edmund de Waal Quote.

De, W. E. (2010). The hare with amber eyes: A family’s century of art and loss. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Bricoleur

Magnificent Obsessions at the Barbican

Magnificent Obsessions, the new exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery, turns our usual idea of the relationship of artist and collector on its head. Normally, artists produce art and collectors collect it. 416 more words

London

Edmund De Waal, Un'eredità di avorio e ambra

Un’eredità di avorio e ambra ripercorre la travagliata esistenza di 264 Netsuke – sculture giapponesi di avorio, o legno – non più grandi di una scatola di fiammiferi, raffiguranti divinità, personaggi di ogni tipo, animali, piante. 113 more words

Letteratura Storica E Romanzi Storici E Di Attualità