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It occurs to me that I am America

In 1956 Allen Ginsberg, poet of the Beat Generation, publishes one of his most famous compositions, symbolically entitled “America“. In his poems Ginsberg depicts the many contradictions of American culture and his personal conflicted relationship with this Country. The picture that emerges is that of a complex Country where individual …

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John Updike: The true Newyorker

  “The true newyorker secretely believes that those whom are living anywhere else, somehow, are joking” John Updike Reading, 1932-Danvers 2009, was an American writer. The novels that made him famous are those  so-called “the Rabbit series.” He has written around twenty novels and thirteen collections of short stories and a collection of …

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New York hosts Dante Alighieri’s women

Until 9th of April, the Ierimonti Gallery in New York hosts “Sagona-The Comedy of Women”, a project in which converge art and literature, taking inspiration from the most famous and influential masterpiece of Italian literature: The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. The imaginary portraits of Marina Sagona captures the idiosyncrasies …

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