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المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن - الأستاذ كامل بزي يقدم برنامج الليلة 4 كانون أول ديسمبر 2019م

المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن – الأستاذ كامل بزي يقدم برنامج الليلة 4 كانون أول ديسمبر 2019م

المنتدى الثقافي في ديربورن – الأستاذ كامل بزي يقدم برنامج الليلة 4 كانون أول ديسمبر 2019م The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Dearborn Blog or the Arab American Center for Culture and Arts. Any content provided by our bloggers or authors or speakers are of their opinion and are not intended to… Read Article →

Sonnet no 8: By William Shakespeare

Sonnet no 8: By William Shakespeare

Sonnet no 8: By William Shakespeare Read by: Bertram Selwyn (Bernard Shakespeare) “Music to hear, why hear’st thou music sadly? Sweets with sweets war not, joy delights in joy: Why lov’st thou that which thou receiv’st not gladly, Or else receiv’st with pleasure thine annoy? If the true concord of well-tuned sounds, By unions married, do offend thine ear, They do but sweetly chide thee, who confounds In singleness the… Read Article →

D A Powell, Recombination of Language

D A Powell, Recombination of Language

Award-winning poet D.A. Powell announces he is placing his papers with the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL) at Emory University. In MARBL, Powell¹s papers join those of other Georgia poets and authors such as James Dickey, Turner Cassity, Frank Manley and David Bottoms, all of whom garnered national attention with their work. Powell reads his poetry that invokes a range of subjects, from movies, music, art, and other… Read Article →

Jeff Cottrill - How To Write And Perform A Slam Poem - Spoken Word Poetry

Jeff Cottrill – How To Write And Perform A Slam Poem – Spoken Word Poetry

Performance poet Jeff Cottrill performing his poem “How To Write And Perform A Slam Poem ” at Evidently in The Eagle Inn, Salford. Evidently is Greater Manchester’s premier spoken word and poetry night. Providing a platform for both established performance poets and up and coming spoken word artists. Taking place every second Monday of the month at the Eagle Inn, Salford. Hosted by Salford’s own Kieren King. Forget what you… Read Article →

K. Langloh Parker - Australian Legendary Tales: Wirreenun The Rainmaker

K. Langloh Parker – Australian Legendary Tales: Wirreenun The Rainmaker

Catherine Eliza Somerville Stow (May 1, 1856 – March 27, 1940), who wrote as K. Langloh Parker, was a South Australian born writer who lived in northern New South Wales in the late nineteenth century. She is best known for recording the stories of the Ualarai around her. Her testimony is one of the best accounts of the beliefs and stories of an Aboriginal people in north-west New South Wales… Read Article →

Shakespeare Sonnet 116: Let me not to the marriage of true minds

Shakespeare Sonnet 116: Let me not to the marriage of true minds

Sonnet 116, by Shakespeare; read by Jamie Muffett. sonnet 116 let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments love is not love which alters when it alteration finds or bends with the remover to remove oh no it is an ever-fixed mark that looks on tempests and is never shaken it is the star to every wandering bark whose Worth's unknown although his height be taken love's… Read Article →

K. Langloh Parker - Australian Legendary Tales: Deereeree The Wagtail, And The Rainbow

K. Langloh Parker – Australian Legendary Tales: Deereeree The Wagtail, And The Rainbow

Catherine Eliza Somerville Stow (May 1, 1856 – March 27, 1940), who wrote as K. Langloh Parker, was a South Australian born writer who lived in northern New South Wales in the late nineteenth century. She is best known for recording the stories of the Ualarai around her. Her testimony is one of the best accounts of the beliefs and stories of an Aboriginal people in north-west New South Wales… Read Article →

K. Langloh Parker - Australian Legendary Tales: Goonur, The Woman-Doctor

K. Langloh Parker – Australian Legendary Tales: Goonur, The Woman-Doctor

Catherine Eliza Somerville Stow (May 1, 1856 – March 27, 1940), who wrote as K. Langloh Parker, was a South Australian born writer who lived in northern New South Wales in the late nineteenth century. She is best known for recording the stories of the Ualarai around her. Her testimony is one of the best accounts of the beliefs and stories of an Aboriginal people in north-west New South Wales… Read Article →

K. Langloh Parker - Australian Legendary Tales: Mayrah, The Wind That Blows The Winter Away

K. Langloh Parker – Australian Legendary Tales: Mayrah, The Wind That Blows The Winter Away

Catherine Eliza Somerville Stow (May 1, 1856 – March 27, 1940), who wrote as K. Langloh Parker, was a South Australian born writer who lived in northern New South Wales in the late nineteenth century. She is best known for recording the stories of the Ualarai around her. Her testimony is one of the best accounts of the beliefs and stories of an Aboriginal people in north-west New South Wales… Read Article →

William Shakespeare Explained In 5 Questions

William Shakespeare Explained In 5 Questions

Often called the English national poet and considered by many to be the greatest dramatist of all time, William Shakespeare occupies a position unique in world literature. No writer’s living reputation can compare to that of Shakespeare, whose plays—written in the late 16th and early 17th centuries for a small repertory theatre—are now performed and read more often and in more countries than ever before. MORE — ~~~ Encyclopaedia Britannica… Read Article →

Claudia Rankine on Serena Williams at the 2015 L.A. Times Festival of Books

Claudia Rankine on Serena Williams at the 2015 L.A. Times Festival of Books

In this short interview excerpt, poet Claudia Rankine (Citizen: An American Lyric) discusses tennis star Serena Williams, chosen as Sports Illustrated Athlete of the Year 2015. Recorded at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, 2015. Women authors, Serena Williams, women athletes it seems to me you're a tennis fan I'm serving this to you right about Serena and Venus Williams in the book a couple of times and how… Read Article →

"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" - Classic Literature Reading

"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" – Classic Literature Reading

“The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” was written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772 – 1834). Originally written between 1797 and 1798, the poem was not published until 1798 in the first edition of Lyrical Ballads. ———————————- Classic Lit. Tuesday! This one is a bit longer than previous installments, however I think the story is captivating enough to justify a longer listen. I injured my voice doing this, and I hope… Read Article →

Poem by William Shakespeare | Sonnet 1: From fairest creatures we desire increase | Literature/poems

Poem by William Shakespeare | Sonnet 1: From fairest creatures we desire increase | Literature/poems

Tweet about this video! #socratica #socraticashakespeare Poem by William Shakespeare | Sonnet 1: From fairest creatures we desire increase | Literature/poems Sonnet 1 by William Shakespeare is one of the “Fair Youth” sonnets encouraging a young man to marry and have children (one of the so-called “procreation sonnets”). It follows the pattern of three quatrains and a couplet written in iambic pentameter, with an ABAB CDCD EFEF GG rhyme scheme…. Read Article →

A Professional Writer writing a Poem #Writer #Author #Selfpublisher

A Professional Writer writing a Poem #Writer #Author #Selfpublisher

Doug Kenney, a British-American & Australian-based professional author and publisher, writes out a brand-new poem for a future eBook he plans to self-publish. The poem is on his artistic views and style of drawings. Doug has autism and he has overcome his disability. IG: @moviemakerdoug55 YT: @Moviemakerdoug55 SC: @douglasnelson9 FB: Doug Kenney Twitter: @biscuts55 For business inquirement, please email [email protected], or any of his social media sites. hey y'all thought… Read Article →