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The Unforgotten By Robert Christian Kormoczy
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The tale is taking place towards the end of the 6th century BC. The entire novel is set in first person narration in order to express the heartfelt sentiments of the protagonist who writes down an... More > anecdote of his past. This is passionate and enthusiastic tale of Sephoris’ life. Being different from his tribe of outsiders, he constantly seeks cognition and the purpose of life in a mysterious ancient world of jeopardy and wonderment. The years are followed by countless brave feats, harrowing escapes and seemingly endless peregrinations in a life that swirls with turmoil and treachery. But it somehow appears to lead towards an inscrutable fate. However Sephoris persists to maintain a peaceful living and his ambitions. But the grim side of fate never ceases to inflict its calamities, and the hardship of Sephoris’ life sustains itself. Knowing the difficulties of his existence, he chooses to pursue an unknown destiny and leave this world with the reminiscence of the past he had experienced.< Less
Mirth on Earth (a musical comedy) By William Rubel
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Mirth on Earth is a two-act musical comedy by Seattle playwright William Rubel. A disrobed monk, a hedonistic artist, and a part-time model with a dead-end job converge in an outrageous outburst of... More > insight and melody. Sylvan is a young monk who, after discussing his doubts with his teacher, Father Gregor, decides to disrobe and visit his older brother, Peregrine (Perry), a hedonistic painter who lives in a cabin in the woods. When Perry's younger brother shows up out of the blue, he invites Aveline, the model-friend who poses for him, for a bottle of wine. Together, they pour the purple grape and sip it void, plumbing the depths of religion, art, romance, and the human heart.< Less
The Unforgotten By Robert Christian Kormoczy
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The tale is taking place towards the end of the 6th century BC. The entire novel is set in first person narration in order to express the heartfelt sentiments of the protagonist who writes down an... More > anecdote of his past. This is passionate and enthusiastic tale of Sephoris’ life. Being different from his tribe of outsiders, he constantly seeks cognition and the purpose of life in a mysterious ancient world of jeopardy and wonderment. The years are followed by countless brave feats, harrowing escapes and seemingly endless peregrinations in a life that swirls with turmoil and treachery. But it somehow appears to lead towards an inscrutable fate. However Sephoris persists to maintain a peaceful living and his ambitions. But the grim side of fate never ceases to inflict its calamities, and the hardship of Sephoris’ life sustains itself. Knowing the difficulties of his existence, he chooses to pursue an unknown destiny and leave this world with the reminiscence of the past he had experienced.< Less
Mirth on Earth (a musical comedy) By William Rubel
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Mirth on Earth is a two-act musical comedy by Seattle playwright William Rubel. A disrobed monk, a hedonistic artist, and a part-time model with a dead-end job converge in an outrageous outburst of... More > insight and melody. Sylvan is a young monk who, after discussing his doubts with his teacher, Father Gregor, decides to disrobe and visit his older brother, Peregrine (Perry), a hedonistic painter who lives in a cabin in the woods. When Perry's younger brother shows up out of the blue, he invites Aveline, the model-friend who poses for him, for a bottle of wine. Together, they pour the purple grape and sip it void, plumbing the depths of religion, art, romance, and the human heart.< Less
Vincenzo Cardarelli: The Forgotten amongst the Great: A Collection of the Best Poems Translated in English By Alessandro Baruffi
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Vincenzo Cardarelli (pseudonym of Nazareno Caldarelli, 1887-1959) journalist, poet, and literary critic, led a solitary, dignified existence, from a humble background, through self-taught education... More > and innumerable peregrinations, until his final days in poverty and loneliness. He stood and sought for all that a true artist and intellectual has to stand and seek for: the uncompromising authenticity of art. Until now, with the sole exception of a few poems translated by the great Irish poet Desmond O'Grady in the late 1950's, the work of Vincenzo Cardarelli had remained precluded to the English speaking world and the international audience at large. Finally, the publication of this extensive collection discloses the doors to one of the most prominent, yet still relatively unexplored, Italian and European poet of the twentieth century.< Less
Un jour de Janvier By Barbara Bastien
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Approche de medecin, regard de photographe, plume d'ecrivain, Barbara Bastien, fille de Port-au-Prince, s'y trouvait lors de ce memorable 12 janvier 2010. Des recits de ses confreres, des... More > gens de la rue rencontrees au hasard de ses peregrinations a travers cette capitale brisee, elle les a assembles pour nous livrer: Un jour de Janvier. Un kaleidoscope de frustrations ameres; de souffrances abyssales aphones ou bruyantes, de fragments d'existences brisees, "Un Jour de Janvier", c'est une larme cueillie sur la joue d'une mere, une symphonie inachevee de Lucifer sur terre.< Less
Un jour de Janvier By Barbara Bastien
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Approche de medecin, regard de photographe, plume d'ecrivain, Barbara Bastien, fille de Port-au-Prince, s'y trouvait lors de ce memorable 12 janvier 2010. Des recits de ses confreres, des... More > gens de la rue rencontrees au hasard de ses peregrinations a travers cette capitale brisee, elle les a assembles pour nous livrer: Un jour de Janvier. Un kaleidoscope de frustrations ameres; de souffrances abyssales aphones ou bruyantes, de fragments d'existences brisees, "Un Jour de Janvier", c'est une larme cueillie sur la joue d'une mere, une symphonie inachevee de Lucifer sur terre.< Less
Vincenzo Cardarelli: The Forgotten Amongst the Great By Alessandro Baruffi
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Vincenzo Cardarelli (pseudonym of Nazareno Caldarelli, 1887-1959) journalist, poet, and literary critic, led a solitary, dignified existence, from a humble background, through self-taught education... More > and innumerable peregrinations, until his final days in poverty and loneliness. He stood and sought for all that a true artist and intellectual has to stand and seek for: the uncompromising authenticity of art. Until now, with the sole exception of a few poems translated by the great Irish poet Desmond O'Grady in the late 1950's, the work of Vincenzo Cardarelli had remained precluded to the English speaking world and the international audience at large. The publication of this extensive collection will finally disclose the doors to one of the most prominent, yet still relatively unexplored, Italian and European poet of the twentieth century.< Less
Un jour de Janvier By Barbara Bastien
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Approche de medecin, regard de photographe, plume d'ecrivain, Barbara Bastien, fille de Port-au-Prince, s'y trouvait lors de ce memorable 12 janvier 2010. Des recits de ses confreres, des... More > gens de la rue rencontrees au hasard de ses peregrinations a travers cette capitale brisee, elle les a assembles pour nous livrer: Un jour de Janvier. Un kaleidoscope de frustrations ameres; de souffrances abyssales aphones ou bruyantes, de fragments d'existences brisees, "Un Jour de Janvier", c'est une larme cueillie sur la joue d'une mere, une symphonie inachevee de Lucifer sur terre.< Less
Vincenzo Cardarelli: The Forgotten amongst the Great By Alessandro Baruffi
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Vincenzo Cardarelli (pseudonym of Nazareno Caldarelli, 1887-1959) journalist, poet, and literary critic, led a solitary, dignified existence, from a humble background, through self-taught education... More > and innumerable peregrinations, until his final days in poverty and loneliness. He stood and sought for all that a true artist and intellectual has to stand and seek for: the uncompromising authenticity of art. Until now, with the sole exception of a few poems translated by the great Irish poet Desmond O'Grady in the late 1950's, the work of Vincenzo Cardarelli had remained precluded to the English speaking world and the international audience at large. The publication of this extensive collection will finally disclose the doors to one of the most prominent, yet still relatively unexplored, Italian and European poet of the twentieth century.< Less

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