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Fridays are for Readers: Stack Magazines

We have curious natures, we can’t really help it. And we rejoice about it because it makes us discover pearls like the one I’m about to talk about this Friday. Stack Magazines is a unique subscription service bringing together the … Continue reading

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Fridays are for readers: Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century.

The Modern Century… through the glass of Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of my Top 2 favourite photographers, and the vision of Peter Galassi. The portrait of a modern society. The portrait of a modern culture (writers and artists… my favourite part … Continue reading

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16hours in London & Fridays are for readers: The Lonely Londoners

Today I was planning to start talking about my photography library, not that is very vast but I’m proud of it and it’s my source of inspiration plus I’m not reading too much lately… Instead I though it was the … Continue reading

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Fridays are for readers: Suddenly in the Depths of the Forest

Almon the Fisherman, who nobody listened to because everyone made fun of him, was the only one in the entire village who could teach the children that the real world is not only what the eye sees and the ear … Continue reading

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Fridays are for readers: Mrs. Dalloway.

“You met every day; then not for six months, or years. It was unsatisfactory, they agreed, how little one knew people. But she said, sitting on the bus going up Shaftesbury Avenue, she felt herself everywhere; not “here, here, here”; … Continue reading

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Fridays are for readers: The solitude of prime numbers

Prime numbers are divisible only by 1 and by themselves. They hold their place in the infinite series of natural numbers, squashed, like all numbers, between two others, but one step further than the rest. They are suspicious, solitary numbers, … Continue reading

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Fridays are for readers: Sunset Park.

I have three extra piles of books in my room (spread all over the table and the floor) besides all the books in my library… I have no room for books… I have no more floor… But I keep loving … Continue reading

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