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Don Quixote – At the inn which he mistook as a castle

The illustrations which will be shown in this Don Quixote book series come from the hand of Gustave Dore. This french artist was a child prodigy by the age of 5 and the illustrations he made for Don Quixote editions

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3/12 – 9/12 incl. Deontay Wilder, The Visitor and Order and Entropy

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Joe Rogan on Deontay Wilder’s Crazy KO of Ortiz Video clip at JRE Clips: There are some topics Joe Rogan can talk with some

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‘Walk Star Shares His Successes’ – Hawkesbury Gazette

I mentioned in the recent post Wet Ghost that I received a lot of memorabilia from Australia. One such item was a newspaper clipping from my youth when I won and broke the record at the Australian National All-Schools Athletic

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26/11 – 2/12 incl. Movie stars, Little Books, The Moon, The Buddha and Jazz

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Deepfake Roundtable: Cruise, Downey Jr., Lucas & More – The Streaming Wars | Above the Line Roundtable video discussion at Collider Videos: With the

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Don Quixote – Miguel de Cervantes (Introduction)

I am currently reading Don Quixote. It was recommended to me by the bookstore clerk who stated it was the greatest book in Spanish literature. His opinion isn’t without company as wikipedia affirms that Don Quixote is the most influential

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19/11 – 25/11 incl. Elton John, Down Under and Wild Geese

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. Me, me, me – Elton John Book review by Richard Williams at thebluemoment: Big disappointment, that Elton John. I’d been expecting his autobiography, Me,

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Wet Ghost – Chris Wallace-Crabbe

I had a lot of memorabilia recently forwarded to me from Australia. That included newspaper clippings I found interesting. One such clipping is of the poem below called Wet Ghost by Chris Wallace-Crabbe. You’ll have to excuse its state of

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12/11 – 18/11 incl. Meaning of life, Saints, Influencers and Virgins

Welcome to Monday’s News on the March – The week that was in my digital world. A Likelihood of Saints Poem by River Dixon at The Stories In Between: There it is again At the corner Of my eye Dangling,

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Colombia’s 5 Best Secrets – Travel Article

Two weeks ago I wrote a post about the Camino Real (Royal Road) – The road between Barichara and Guane which featured in a travel article I once wrote. I thought I would use this Wednesday literature space to present the

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Deciding not to be a bitch – The Sun Also Rises (Final)

Americans were drawn to Paris in the Roaring Twenties by the favorable exchange rate, with as many as 200,000 English-speaking expatriates living there….Many American writers were disenchanted with the US, where they found less artistic freedom than in Europe. (For

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