"When I first saw you I fell in love, and you smiled, because you knew". ***Although this quote is mistakenly attributed to Shakespeare dozens of times on "PINTEREST", Actually This is from Verdi's opera, 'Falstaff' (1893) which is based on Shakespeare's, 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' (and some material from 'King Henry IV'). Arrigo Boito was the librettist. "When I first saw you I fell in love, and you smiled, because you knew" is the English translation of, "Come ti vidi m’innamorai, e tu so
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“Love loves to love love. Nurse loves the new chemist. Constable 14A loves Mary Kelly. [···] You love a certain person. And this person loves that other person because everybody loves somebody but God loves everybody.” Shop now this beautiful literary love quote from James Joyce's novel Ulysses. It's easier than you think: print it today and give a bookish twist to your home decor style tomorrow! #James_Joyce, #Ulysses, #Bloomsday, #Literary_Quote, #Bookworms, #Bookish_Room_Decor
"First published in 1959 as a short story, “Flowers for Algernon” was released in novel form in 1966 and has since sold millions of copies. Generations of English students have met Charlie Gordon, the book’s narrator, through the journal entries Mr. Keyes crafted in stunted, then elegant and then again stunted prose revealing his character’s transformation." #Daniel_Keyes, #Flowers_for_Algernon
Bring some bookish life to your home decor with this beautiful inspirational printable typography quote poster of Jack Kerouac's famous novel "The Dharma Bums". Give the book-lover in your life something special with this gorgeous printable quote poster or, you know, just treat yourself. #Jack_Kerouac, #The_Dharma_Bums, #Beat_Generation, #Quote_Poster, #Literary_Quote, #Bookish_Room_Decor_Ideas, #Classroom_Decor
#Marguerite_Yourcenar has the ardent imagination and clear, intense blue eyes of her Flemish ancestors. [···] For years she has been considered one of France’s most distinguished and original writers; yet it was not until 1981, when she was the first woman ever to “join the Immortals” and be elected to the French Academy in the four hundred years of its existence, that she was discovered by the general public.
The poem found me as if it were inevitable, and when I read it, I lost my shit entirely. “To the Young That Want to Die,” by #Gwendolyn_Brooks, is, as I have proclaimed to homies, a banger: it’s a powerhouse, a marvel, a jewel. It serves as a manual, a list of instructions, but it also doubles as a song, a prayer, a mantra for those who might be sorry, overwhelmed, and wishing for an end. By Bernard Ferguson - February 16, 2021
"Lorca’s grave, by the side of a road at the edge of a nearby village, was also long unmarked—he and the bullfighters and the schoolteacher were buried there together, secretly and hastily. In 1966, Ian Gibson, an Irish-born historian who became Lorca’s biographer, identified the probable site, but the bodies remained where their killers had dumped them. Then, late last year, a Spanish judge, Baltasar Garzón, ordered that Lorca be dug up." #Garcia_Lorca