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Tabula Rasa - or an Instantaneous 'Forgettance' of a Dying Relation.

The morbid part, the one that I thought was OK, but clearly wasn’t, was that my name was surprisingly soon forgotten. We both thought we’d made an impact on the community. 1,120 more words

regret regrets

One of the most brilliant writers of the 20th Century was Stefan Zweig, I don’t think anybody could express emotion or instability as well as he did.He did some crazy things in life, and there’s a thrilling biography out about him you can check out… 258 more words

L'ipocrisia complice dei radical-chic

GIOVANNI BIRINDELLI, 13.2.2017

(Pubblicazione originale: Miglioverde)

The New Yorker, il giornale-simbolo dei radical-chic americani, ha di recente pubblicato un articolo di George Prochnik titolato… 2,534 more words

Giovanni Birindelli

Review Round Up: Beware of Pity, Barbican

Simon McBurney directs this vivid account of one man’s slide into a terrible situation and his efforts to get himself out of it. Here is what critics have been saying about it:  245 more words

Theatre

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Fui festejado e proscrito, livre e subjugado, rico e pobre. Todos os lívidos corcéis do apocalipse tomaram de assalto a minha vida […] sobretudo, a maior de todas as pragas, o nacionalismo que envenenou a flor da nossa cultura europeia. 11 more words

Geografia

Twenty-Four Hours in the Life of a Woman by Stefan Zweig (1927)

This 1927 novella is a great introduction to the work of Austrian playwright, journalist and biographer Stefan Zweig, one of the most popular writers in the world in the 1920s/30s who has been enjoying a revival of late. 523 more words

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