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quite recently, the magical moments experienced when walking came up in a lively discussion. and the way this whole maneki neko craze started ties so nicely into that: when you are on your way to court and and you‘re tired and hungry, and you see a strange cat beckoning you in a Buddhist temple, of course you follow it, and the moment you sit down inside, the hail and thunder come down. i can‘t help but smile, while i write this sitting on the shore of Kagamiike in Tōgakushi, watching a large rainbow form above the pond. the rain is going to let up soon and i can continue my walk. aren‘t these the moments we are after? never expecting them, never counting on them, just humbly setting one foot in front of the other. it‘s needless to say, not every little miracle accounts for the creation of myths and icons — they are part of our own mythologies, enshrined within our hearts.

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paesichevailibrichetrovi. «[…]la montagna più grande e più imponente di questa parte d'Europa, i

«[…]la montagna più grande e più imponente di questa parte d'Europa, il Monte Rosa. [...] Il paesaggio di questi luoghi è dominato ed è anche fortemente caratterizzato dalla presenza di quella montagna di granito e di ghiaccio che s'innalza sui picchi circostanti quanto quelli sulla pianura: un "macigno bianco" - così lo descrisse all'inizio del secolo il mio babbo matto, il poeta Dino Campana - attorno a cui "corrono le vette / a destra a sinistra all'infinito / come negli occhi del prigioniero". Campana era arrivato a Novara una sera di settembre, in treno, senza vedere niente perché fuori era già buio e la mattina del giorno successivo, attraverso le inferriate di un carcere, gli era apparso il Monte Rosa in un "cielo pieno di picchi / bianchi che corrono": un'immagine inafferrabile e lontana come quell'amore che lui allora stava inseguendo e che non avrebbe mai raggiunto, perché non esisteva... Una chimera! Da lassù, dalla sommità della chimera, per un percorso tortuoso e in più punti scavato nella roccia viva, discende a valle il fiume Sesia[…]» 💮 Per #leggolitalia, il romanzo ‘La chimera’ di Sebastiano Vassalli ambientato nella ‘bassa’ novarese nel 1600. “In questo paesaggio c’è sepolta una storia: una grande storia, d’una ragazza che visse tra il 1590 e il 1610 e che si chiamò Antonia […]. Di Antonia, poi si ignorava tutto: che esistette, che fu la ‘strega’ di Zardino, che subì a Novara un processo e una condanna..” «Bruciare vivi è la morte più orrenda che ci sia e io non credo di togliere nulla alla pena che i giudici hanno stabilito per la strega togliendole un poco di quella capacità di intendere che è anche capacità di soffrire. Che Dio mi perdoni se sto per commettere un errore, e che Dio ci aiuti!». 💮 In foto le due poesie di Dino Campana a cui si ispira questo romanzo. 💮 💮 💮 #leggolitalia #paesichevailibrichetrovi #sebastianovassalli #premiostrega #dinocampana #letteraturaitaliana #premiostrega #booklover #bookstagram #bookworm #bookphotography #romanzistorici #novara #bookandcandle #literarytravels #librieviaggi #travelandbooks

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booksbyjoanna. How’s life y’all? How’s it going? I really want to know! ⠀
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Holidays

How’s life y’all? How’s it going? I really want to know! ⠀ ⠀ Holidays are around the corner, so much is happening! The year is almost done and that’s crazy! Things picked up for me the past two weeks. Both good and difficult, including a transition to a new job aaanddddd I’m sick. Heh. I’m still getting out of it but I pushed myself out of rest to make a post because I miss creating!⠀ ⠀ Still, I’ve loved keeping up with y’all and all the DMs! So happy to be part of this community and I’m overwhelmed by the amount of books I’m exposed to here 😂⠀ ⠀ Anyway! This is my current read because I need a break from The Darkling and Mal. I’ve been reading many comics plus this memoir with my mom and I’m amazed at how she keeps it light but so real. She doesn’t water down her experience but she balances her writing really well so it isn’t too much for the reader. It’s still heavy of course! ⠀ ⠀ If you’ve made it this far, thank u and say hi :3 ⠀ ⠀ xo Jo ✨⠀

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litlandblog. Mezclando realidad y ficción, Edward Rutherfurd nos ofrece un viaje po

Mezclando realidad y ficción, Edward Rutherfurd nos ofrece un viaje por la historia de distintos países a través de sus libros. Con la #citadelasemana de hoy hacemos una visita al pasado de Rusia. 📖✈ 🇬🇧 Combining fiction and reality, Edward Rutherfurd proposes us to travel to different countries through his books. With today's #weekquote we make a visit to Russia's past. 📖✈ Diseño creado con Canva #citadelasemana #weekquote #rusia #russia #viajesliterarios #literarytravels #historia #history #edwardrutherfurd #novela #novel #lunes #monday #bookstagram #bookblogger #bookworm #booklover #bookish

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audreybooksum. First MFA app is due Dec. 15th and I am ✨anxious✨
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I made my first MF

First MFA app is due Dec. 15th and I am ✨anxious✨ • I made my first MFA longlist spreadsheet when I was 17. I have been planning on this for almost 6 years now, so it's kind of a big deal. • I'm only applying to 4 schools, while accepting that if I don't get in this time, I'll wait and apply again next year. The last thing I want to do is rush into a program or settle. • Applying to MFA programs is so hard because you never know how to gauge where you're sure you can get in, what's a reach, or what's a safety. In that way, it's much different than applying to college. • Right now, I'm just focused on writing personal statements (which I haven't done in 4 years oh god) and getting some good letters of rec. This is a multi-step process, obviously, so I'm starting with the first steps. • First app is due Dec. 15th! Who else is applying this year? Any MFA vets or people who are currently in programs? Lmk! • And if you want to talk MFA with someone who's goin through it, too, pop in my dms and let's chat! • • • • #bookstagram #girlswhoread #booksharks #booksparks #travel #greece #athens #literarylandmarks #bookishtravel #literarytravel #literarytravels #mfa #creativewriting #creativewritingmfa

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audreybooksum. It’s been a while but I’m back in business!
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Since getting back home,

It’s been a while but I’m back in business! • Since getting back home, I’ve been mostly focused on sleeping, laundry, and job hunting. But now for some reading! • Girl at War by Sara Nović has been on my TBR since the summer. I’ve been wanting to read it for a while and am finally digging in. • The novel follows Ana as she grows up during the Yugoslav Wars. Living in Zagreb, Croatia, she experiences the climax of the war first-hand. • It’s interesting to read this now, especially, after having been to Croatia and having learned about the Yugoslav Wars in school. This is also typically not a topic of historical fiction we read about often. • Excited to dig into this one and see how young Ana turns out. What are you reading this week? • • • • • #bookstagram #girlswhoread #booksharks #booksparks #travel #greece #athens #literarylandmarks #bookishtravel #literarytravel #literarytravels #girlatwar #randomhouse #penguinrandomhouse #yugoslavwars

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paesichevailibrichetrovi. “E il quartiere stesso , nuovo, un po’ discosto dalla strada che condu

“E il quartiere stesso , nuovo, un po’ discosto dalla strada che conduce a Delfzijl, non era forse il piu’ piacevole e salubre di Groninga? [...] Groninga e’ una cittadina dove, contrariamente a quanto avviene in citta’ come Amsterdam, non si rischia di venire importunati, per strada, da proposte di donne svergognate.” 🚂 🚂 Romanzo noir-psicologico che narra la storia dell’olandese Kees Popinga nella citta’ olandese Groningen e successivamente a Parigi. Kees sembra un uomo perfettamente rispettabile con un background perfettamente rispettabile ma che improvvisamente mette tutto a repentaglio, fugge, vuole in qualche modo perdere la sua identita’ e creane una nuova. Affascinante vedere un mistero di omicidio dalla parte del criminale. 🚂 🚂 🚂 #paesichevailibrichetrovi #olanda #bookstagram #booklover #bookworm #georgesimenon #libriperviaggiare #libriinvaligia #literarytravels #booksandtravel #travelandbooks #adelphi #simenon #letteraturabelga #leggiamoqui

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📍Alta, Norway • Took this at the airport as I head to Oslo, my last stop before heading home! I'm getting some reading and writing in before I board my flight. • I love it up here, at the (almost) top of the world. It's so clean and pure, so many things untouched and almost holy looking. When I landed in Alta, I found myself surrounded by water and mountains and snow, and I was instantly struck by how breathtaking everything was. • As I start to head home, I am inadvertently forced to evaluate where I want to be, emotionally and geographically. After visiting so many places on a surface level, I have to ask where I want to actually stay. • Post-grad is interesting because any impulsive decision can affect the course of the rest of your life, like that first job you take after graduating. But it could also not. • Sorry, this isn't a very bookish post, but I thought I'd share my thoughts to see if anyone else shares similar feelings. Lmk! • • • • • #bookstagram #girlswhoread #vscoreads #booksharks #booksparks #travel #greece #athens #literarylandmarks #bookishtravel #literarytravel #literarytravels #alta #norway #arcticcircle #northernlights

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Autumn water ways . After a bit of a miserable morning of rain in Oxford the sun came out for us to make a delightful afternoon . Though not enough to make us want to risk going out on one of these babies 🤣 . we've had the very best week of weather in the lakes ❤ so excited to share some shots with you guys but I cant get them sorted till I'm back home so watch for next week 😁 . #igersoxford #bbcoxford #ukphotography #amazingplaces #oxfordlens #thisisoxford #visitoxford #universitychurchoxford #bbcengland #architexture #prettylittletrips #flashesofdelight #myoxfordview #discoverengland #guardiantravel #experienceoxford #theprettycities #mytinyatlas #momentsofmine #postcardplaces #hisdarkmaterials #literarytravels #lyrasoxford #gloriousbritain #1ukshot #capturingbritain #yourbritian #raw_uk #yourcityshotz

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booksbyjoanna. Do you love sci-fi or fantasy more? Both? Neither?⠀
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I didn’t think i

Do you love sci-fi or fantasy more? Both? Neither?⠀ ⠀ I didn’t think it was a sci-fi lover but the books and bookish goods I got this month were so me! I love them! This is the art for this month’s box plus two enamel pins! Eek! Can’t wait to show you more ☺️✨⠀ ⠀ xo Jo 💕

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👻 SLEEPY HOLLOW 👻 Happy Wednesday everyone! Only one more day til Halloween! (If you can’t tell I’m a bit excited) 🎃 • Earlier this month, my husband and I took a day trip to Sleepy Hollow, NY. This was actually really easy & I highly recommend it if you are in NYC and don’t have a car. You can take the Metro North train to Tarrytown and then take an Uber from the station to the spooky sights in the village of Sleepy Hollow. And if you don’t know- Sleepy Hollow is the town where Washington Irving lived. In fact, this area inspired his famous short story- The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. The town actually used to be called North Tarrytown but they officially renamed that part of Tarrytown to Sleepy Hollow in 1997. While you are in Sleepy Hollow you can visit Sunnyside, the house where Washington Irving lived. Fun fact, his friend Charles Dickens came to stay with him in this house. During that time, Charles Dickens met Washington Irving’s uncle...a grumpy man named Ebenezer. Coincidence? Doubt it! • Have you been doing anything to celebrate Halloween this month?

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paesichevailibrichetrovi. “An autumn night and the fens stretch for miles, open and still. It is

“An autumn night and the fens stretch for miles, open and still. It is dark, until the full moon slides from behind a cloud and over the huddle of grey stone which is Iyot Lock. […] The wind prowls around Iyot Lock, shifting the branches, stirring the grasses, swaying faintly, and from somewhere nearby, hidden or even buried, the sound of rustling.” 👻 👻 Classica storia di fantasmi dalla penna di Susan Hill (scrittrice inglese famosa in Italia per il libro ‘La donna in nero’) ambientata nelle Fens, note anche come Fenlands, una pianura costiera e paludosa naturale nell’Inghilterra orientale. Intense atmosfere gotiche perfette per una lettura sotto le coperte nella notte di #Halloween. 👻 🇬🇧The perfect little horror story. Written by Susan Hill and set in the Fens, a coastal, marshy plain in eastern England. 👻 👻 👻 #paesichevailibrichetrovi #booklover #bookstagram #bookworm #susanhill #horrorstory #gothic #england #fenlands #libridaleggere #leggiamoqui #picofthebook #leggere #reading #literarytravels #travelsandbooks #bookandcandle

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booksbyjoanna. A question for those who finished this series 🤔⠀
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Did you like the r

A question for those who finished this series 🤔⠀ ⠀ Did you like the rest of it? Does it get better? Is it worth it!?⠀ ⠀ Ok maybe more than one. I just ask because lately I haven’t had luck with series. The first book is GREAT and then it’s disappointing ☹️ thanks loves!⠀ ⠀ xo Jo 💕

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booksbyjoanna. Isn’t this Owlcrate necklace gorgeous?! 😍⠀
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Look at all the details!

Isn’t this Owlcrate necklace gorgeous?! 😍⠀ ⠀ Look at all the details! And it sparkles which I love heh. Do you have a preferred accessory? I personally love necklaces and rings, but my hubby also got me gorgeous earrings and I LOVE them! ⠀ ⠀ Have a wonderful day lovelies! ⠀ ⠀ xo Jo ✨ ps: zoom in to look at the details!

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paesichevailibrichetrovi. “Non c’era silenzio come Teresa aveva immaginato, ma una sinfonia di v

“Non c’era silenzio come Teresa aveva immaginato, ma una sinfonia di voci armoniose legate le une alle altre da una simbiosi profonda: i richiami tra i rami verdeggianti, lo scroscio dell’acqua che cadeva tra le rocce, lo sciabordio dolce che emetteva quando scorreva più lenta, a monte. I crepitii repentini tra i rovi, i fruscii di esseri striscianti, nel sottobosco. Il vento era un fremito che percorreva le sommità degli alberi come un’onda che fletteva e risollevava. Anche la luce sembrava avere un suono in quello spazio fatto di vibrazioni: era un tono basso che si allungava sulla pelle di Teresa, sui petali dei fiori, sulle foglie e sulle cortecce e ne liberava il profumo. Saltava sull’acqua in giochi luminosi e scaldava la pietra luccicante.” 🌲 Per #leggolitalia e il #nordest un appassionante thriller ambientato in Friuli Venezia Giulia nella Val di Resia ai confini con la Slovenia. Molto suggestive le descrizioni del paesaggio ma soprattutto della storia, delle tradizioni, della lingua di questo ‘misterioso’ popolo resiano, tra miti, antichi riti, streghe e il femminino sacro. Lettura perfetta per #halloween. 🌲 🌲 🌲 #paesichevailibrichetrovi #friuliveneziagiulia #leggolitalia #booklover #bookworm #bookstagram #thriller #valresia #literarytravels #librieviaggi #libriinvaligia #travelandbooks #salaniaudiolibri #audible #longanesi

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booksbyjoanna. Are you excited for Call Down the Hawk?! ⠀
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It’s being released so so

Are you excited for Call Down the Hawk?! ⠀ ⠀ It’s being released so soon! I decided to bring out Maggie’s Raven Cycle Tarot deck since it’s gorgeous and I’ve hardly read her book or checked the art on it. ✨⠀ ⠀ xo Jo

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booksbyjoanna. Do you know this candy? 🍭 ⠀
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These are delicious little tiny bubble

Do you know this candy? 🍭 ⠀ ⠀ These are delicious little tiny bubble gums. They remind me of my grandpa (or grandparents in general). He used to have these as a tiny surprise now and then and are very nostalgic for me!⠀ ⠀ Any candy like that for you?⠀ ⠀ xo Jo ✨

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Sorry, Mom! I know I said I wouldn’t get another tattoo in Ukraine, but guess what... I did! • Thank you to @mrachniktattoo who made this wonderful design of a pine cone for me to have on my body forever. I’m obsessed with it. • I love tattoos. I use them as reminders as important ideas, thoughts, or things. This one serves as a memory of my first home, Maine. • I’m getting this tattoo now because I’ve just written my last novel, which takes place in Maine, and is also largely about my love for Maine. It follows the period of the state legalizing and then repealing same-sex marriage in Maine over the summer of 2009. • I wanted something to remind me of my home, because sometimes, given that my life has been split between coasts (New England and Southern California), I sometimes feel like I don’t quite have one. • Fun fact: the pine cone is the state flower of Maine. It’s a beautiful, sturdy and solid object that exhibits natural balance and resilience. This is why I love pine cones. Is this too cheesy yet? • Do you have any tattoos? Lmk. What do they mean to you, if you have any? • • • • #bookstagram #girlswhoread #vscoreads #booksharks #booksparks #travel #greece #athens #literarylandmarks #bookishtravel #literarytravel #literarytravels #kyiv #kiev #ukraine #tattoo #ink #pineconetattoo

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booksbyjoanna. What do you love about Dobby? ✨⠀
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Other than his cute ears, I loved h

What do you love about Dobby? ✨⠀ ⠀ Other than his cute ears, I loved how he just wanted a friend. It was so sweet 😭and his ending hurt so much 😔⠀ ⠀ Here’s a photo of the magical house elf we all love ⠀ ⠀ xo Jo

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📍Kyiv, Ukraine • Found this cute spooky lil coffee shop today to get some reading & writing done today! How cute is this polka dotted skeleton dude? I love him • After Kyiv, I have only one more country to visit before returning home to California. There are definitely parts of home that I miss. My friends, my family, my dog, and favorite bookstores, of course. Oh, and @innout. • Mostly, though, I have to agree with the Russian Old Believers (a la Flights by Olga Tokarczuk) in that constant movement is a good way to avoid evil, and all that comes with it. • This is to say that, while in motion, in traveling, it’s harder to focus on all the mundane, unnecessary things that give me anxiety, that weigh me down. Like social drama, my day job, the state of the union. You know, basic stuff. • I used to think that Hemingway was insane for fleeing the country every time his problems caught up to him. They’d always be there, wherever he went. Whether this be France, Spain, or Cuba. But now, I think I understand where he was coming from. • I’ve written about perpetual movement before, but it feels different, more solid now, as I near going home. I never want to be the American that uses other cultures to gain a sense of meaning, but at a certain point, I think comfort and sameness can become debilitating. • I guess the point of this is to say: Fuck wanderlust. Fuck finding yourself. Go create something, create a self you love in a place you love. Isn’t that the point of all of this? • Let me know your thoughts. I’d love to hear if y’all agree or think I’m crazy (which I think most of the time). • • • • #bookstagram #girlswhoread #vscoreads #booksharks #booksparks #travel #greece #athens #literarylandmarks #bookishtravel #literarytravel #literarytravels #kyiv #kiev #ukraine #oldbelievers #milkbar

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booksbyjoanna. Do you collect bookplates, bookmarks, postcards? ⠀
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I love gathering

Do you collect bookplates, bookmarks, postcards? ⠀ ⠀ I love gathering bookmarks from different cities or countries I visit, but when I can’t find one I collect pieces like this one! I love pairing them with my books and it brings me back to the place I visited 😍. This gorgeous card is from Prague! It’s so elegant that I wanted a simple photo so all the focus goes to the card ☺️ ⠀ ⠀ Hope you’re having a lovely Wednesday!⠀ ⠀ xo Jo ✨

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paesichevailibrichetrovi. “She was awed by the minarets which shot up, making a profound impress

“She was awed by the minarets which shot up, making a profound impression on her. Some were near enough for her to see their lamps and crescent distinctly, like those of Qala’un and Barquq. Others appeared to her as complete wholes, lacking details, like the minarets of the mosques of al-Husayn, al-Ghuri, and al-Azhar. Still other minarets were at the far horizon and seemed phantoms, like those of the Citadel and Rifa’i mosques. She turned her face toward them with devotion, fascination, thanksgiving and hope Her spirit soared over their tops, as close as possible to the heavens.” 🕌 Naguib Mahfouz - Palace Walk -Primo volume della trilogia del Cairo dal premio nobel Naguib Mafhouz. Il suggestivo racconto di una famiglia e di un Paese che lottano per raggiungere l'indipendenza in una società che ha resistito al cambiamento per secoli, sullo sfondo dell'occupazione britannica dell'Egitto immediatamente dopo la prima guerra mondiale. 🕌 🕌 🇬🇧 The sweeping story of a family and a country struggling to achieve independence in a society that has resisted change for centuries, against the backdrop of the British occupation of Egypt immediately after the First World War. 🕌 🕌 #paesichevilibrichetrovi #libriinvaligia #travelandbooks #literarytravels #nobelprizeforliterature #premionobelperlaletteratura #egypt #egitto #cairo #booksandtravel #librieviaggi #naguibmafhouz #palacewalk #Cairotrilogy #booklover #bookworm #bookstagram #iviaggialibri . . @lettrice_oltralpe @the_spritzy_witch @anna.gloc @beyondthebookingglass

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booksbyjoanna. Favorite Halloween costume you’ve worn? 🔮 ⠀
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I actually haven’t real

Favorite Halloween costume you’ve worn? 🔮 ⠀ ⠀ I actually haven’t really dressed up for Halloween! But as I get older the creativity and fun with a costume gets more tempting ✨⠀ ⠀ Also I GOT MY OWLCRATE BOX WOO⠀ ⠀ xo Jo 🧡

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Do you remember reading #Pinocchio as a child? To be honest, I don't - maybe it was read to me, maybe not? - but everyone knows WHO the little boy with the long nose is, right? The Adventures of Pinocchio has been translated into 240 languages, making it the most translated book of the Italian language. A new exhibition, #enigmapinocchio at @villabardini examines the impact the enigmatic figure has had on artists over almost 150 years, with works by Giacometti, David LaChapelle (with David Bowie), Bruno Munari, Mimmo Paladino, Calder and Jim Dine.⁠ In the photo, foreground sculpture by #RiccardoDalisi (2002), me looking at a mixed-media Pinocchio by #SamHavadtoy (n.d.).⁠ See it until March 22, 2020.⁠ With thanks to sponsors @fondazionecrfirenze and Generali Valore Cultura (@generaliitalia).⁠ 📷 of me by @ruberry ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #artsblogger #museumblog #museumlife #temporaryexhibition #florence #firenze #villabardini #sculpture #sharingheritage #artandliterature #literarytravels ⁠ ⁠

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I am now on my way back to London but before I left #Trieste I was glad to have a coffee moment at #caffèstellapolare where James Joyce and Umberto Saba frequented. James Joyce particularly liked a donut from another patisserie in the city. I like donuts too. Must be a writer thing. . . . . #literarytravels #jamesjoyceintrieste #jamesjoyce #umbertosaba #writers #history #antiquecafes #historiccafes #coffee #travelling #travelwriterslife #friuliveneziagiulia #italia🇮🇹

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audreybooksum. I haven't had a lot of time to read lately because I've been pretty ac

I haven't had a lot of time to read lately because I've been pretty active traveling, but I'm really getting into this book!! • Also, that said, I've been taking a lot of buses, and I can't read on buses, so I don't have my usual spare time traveling to read. • Enigma Variations contains Andre Aciman's classic literary style along with a unique depiction of love, in different stages of a man's life. • As I wrote in my last post, my favorite kind of writing discusses love as an enigmatic element, rather than in the simplistic romantic sense. This is one of those books. • I'm excited to finally be in a part of the world that celebrates autumn with the falling of leaves and temperature and to be diving into this wonderful book. • I'm currenlty in Kiev, Ukraine, and will have a long flight to Norway after this, so if I don't finish this by then, I'll certainly finish it on that flight. • What are you reading this week? • • • • #bookstagram #girlswhoread #vscoreads #booksharks #booksparks #travel #greece #athens #literarylandmarks #bookishtravel #literarytravel #literarytravels #enigmavariations #faberbooks #andreaciman

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booksbyjoanna. What did you do this weekend? 🎃⠀
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I watched people get their owlcrat

What did you do this weekend? 🎃⠀ ⠀ I watched people get their owlcrate boxes 😩I’m so ready for the October box! I heard it’s amazing 😍❤️. Truth is I just love receiving presents so... this counts right?⠀ ⠀ xo Jo ✨

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paesichevailibrichetrovi. “We will never fully comprehend the significance of the fact that the

“We will never fully comprehend the significance of the fact that the first grand, enormous body of prose composed in a European national language sprang from the genious of a very small nation, perhaps the smallest in Europe. Although the glory of the sagas is indisputable, their literary influence would have been much greater if they had been written in the language of one of the major nations; and we would have regarded the Sagas as anticipation or even the foundation of the European novel.” Milan Kundera . Per ulteriori libridinosi suggerimenti per un viaggio in Islanda visita il sito in bio 📚 . Con questo libro partecipo all’hashtag #iviaggialibri di: @lettrice_oltralpe @the_spritzy_witch @anna.gloc @beyondthebookingglass . . . . #paesichevailibrichetrovi #iceland #islanda #visiticeland #booklover #booksandtravel #librieviaggi #libriinvaligia #instabooks #instalibri #bookstagram #letteraturadiviaggio #travelandbooks #letteraturaislandese #letteraturanordica #travelliterature #literarytravels

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