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esmitierra:

Throne Room, Alcazar de Segovia, Castile and Leon, Spain. VIA.

esmitierra:

Throne Room, Alcazar de Segovia, Castile and Leon, Spain. VIA.

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foodfuckery:

Milky Way Brownies

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englishsnow:

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thepeopleofsingapore:

"I’m here every day. But everyone remembers him. Nobody remembers me!"

thepeopleofsingapore:

"I’m here every day. But everyone remembers him. Nobody remembers me!"

orientaltiger:

Birds of a Feather - Claire Rosen

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nprbooks:

Image: South African novelist Nadine Gordimer poses during the 2006 Rome literature festival. (Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images)
Nadine Gordimer, a Nobel Prize-winning author famed for her portrayals of South Africa under apartheid, died Sunday, her family said in a statement. She was 90.
Gordimer was considered a modern literary genius, an important chronicler of the injustices of racial segregation. Three of her books were banned during apartheid.
"They showed how people were living here," Gordimer said in an NPR interview last year. “They showed what influences were shaping our lives. And they showed the many different reactions to it among different people here.”
More on Gordimer’s legacy here.

nprbooks:

Image: South African novelist Nadine Gordimer poses during the 2006 Rome literature festival. (Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images)

Nadine Gordimer, a Nobel Prize-winning author famed for her portrayals of South Africa under apartheid, died Sunday, her family said in a statement. She was 90.

Gordimer was considered a modern literary genius, an important chronicler of the injustices of racial segregation. Three of her books were banned during apartheid.

"They showed how people were living here," Gordimer said in an NPR interview last year. “They showed what influences were shaping our lives. And they showed the many different reactions to it among different people here.”

More on Gordimer’s legacy here.

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