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- The Dream of Gerontius
John Henry Newmanâ€™s longest poem, The Dream of Gerontius, is a spiritual work rich in theology. Composed at the time in which he had the presentiment of an impending death, the reality of last things was very present to the author. The poem, written in ...
- Zimbabwe: Excellent NIAA Speech and Drama Festival Ends
Midlands Christian College. A very high standard was observed by the adjudicators. There were entries in the Midlands across the genres, from solo and duo poetry and prose recitals to choral speaking, mime, news reading, monologues, duologues and more.
- Kashmir's Exile Poetry: An Aesthetic of Loss
Having been in exile for more than two decades now, many Pandits are taking to poetry and other forms of art to express their profound angst on their life as migrants and a gradual loss of their communitarian identity. In their new found voices ...
- Numero Cinco | MaracuyÃ¡: Fiction â€” AgustÃn Cadena
WE WENT TO that Black Sea resort because Dasha wanted so much to go back ... It was much as Dasha had described it: an idyllic place full of light, as if from a book of ancient poems. One high, winding street of old houses and shops full of shadows climbed ...
- Black History Month celebrated at historic Belmont and DeVilliers
A Black History Month celebration happened in downtown Pensacola on Saturday. Food, dance and poetry were all featured at the free event at Belmont and DeVilliers . African-American culture is being celebrated and everyone was encouraged to come party.
- Why Romagna?
Certainly the UNESCO world heritage city with its breathtaking mosaics, ex Roman Imperial capital, Byzantine European outpost and Gothic Imperial capital - did ... His Romagna legacy - whole worlds of art and poetry and film, history and design, worlds ...
- Big Sean & Ariana Grande: She Tells Him She â€œLovesâ€ Him In Video
She has him â€˜Right Thereâ€™ â€“ in her heart.
- Eating & Drinking Poems: Savoring Succotash
She hosts a feast for family and friends, and cooks the meat ... Succotash makes a cameo appearance in the poem â€œThe Veggie Life,â€ in which Michael Steffen considers the etymology of the word â€œvegetable,â€ the genealogy of potatoes, and the ...
- June 30 Vallejo A&E Source: First official art exhibit at The Hub in Vallejo
The Hub Community Center for the Arts in downtown Vallejo has been a cornucopia of boutique items for sale, Saturday night bands, poetry, teen dance parties, and various artistic endeavors. However, through July, the venue at Marin and Georgia streets ...
- Voices of Poetry
Voices of Poetry was founded by poet and activist Neil Silberblatt. The program is free and open to the public, but registration is requested. For information, call 860-868-7586 or visit www.gunnlibrary.org.
- Decolonising course content. Whatever does that mean? - Thought Leader
Decolonising course content. Whatever does that mean?Thought LeaderTo be told that â€œuniversity curriculaâ€ should be changed leaves one in the dark about what should change, how it should change, who should change it, and why. Yet, those are exactly the questions we need to ask, and which we need to be answered ...
- Dear Ms Morgan: your guidance is a mini-syllabus on how to wreck poetry
You cannot prescribe and measure childrenâ€™s reaction to a poem, or confine it to exact or correct meanings Along with many other poets, I receive many invites to go into schools to share my poetry with pupils, to talk about how and why we write and read poems. Iâ€™ve been doing this since 1974. We think itâ€™s a good idea because teachers, children and poets value poetry. If you put a group of poets ...
- 7 Summer Poems To Celebrate The Summer Solstice 2016 - Bustle
Bustle7 Summer Poems To Celebrate The Summer Solstice 2016BustleThese seven summer poems are not only lovely to read, but they also perfectly capture the long, hazy days and warm breezy nights that we all enjoy at this time every year. So before you head outside to soak in some of that beautiful sunshine, check out ...and more »
- Spotlight On Writers â€“ Viktoria Nikola
I started writing poetry at ten years of age. I then went onto work for "The Herald" Newspaper in my hometown Harare, "The Star" newspaper in Johannesburg and then relocated to Cape Town, South Africa, where I happily raised my son Christopher as a single ...
- This Is Our Neoliberal Nightmare: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Why the Market and the Wealthy Win Every Time - AlterNet
This Is Our Neoliberal Nightmare: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Why the Market and the Wealthy Win Every TimeAlterNetThis is the dark side of neoliberalism's ideological arm (a multiculturalism founded on human beings as capital), which is why this project has become increasingly associated with suppression of free speech and intolerance of those who refuse to go ...and more »