Social realism

Author Nati Del Paso Announces Release of “Women of Fire and Snow” – A Collection of Short Stories of Women Straddling the US-Mexico Border While Finding Their Place and Their Voices

Cultural identity, gender violence, forced migration, sacrifice, love and resilience frame stories full of suspense where realism is lifted by the supernatural and the mystical. From the deserts and volcanoes of Mexico to the haunted forests, mountains and rivers of the Pacific Northwest, these fast-paced stories blend social commentary with …

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Prosperity for all nations possible thanks to international relations without American hegemony: Analyst – world news

The sixth in a series of preliminary meetings of the 2nd International Conference on the Decline of the United States: The Post-American World, was hosted by the conference secretariat on “Emerging Multipolarity and the Rise of Non-Western Theories of International Relations. ”Dr Yousef Azizi, foreign policy analyst, attended the meeting …

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Lady Gaga’s latest music video pays homage to Georgian-Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov’s masterpiece [VIDEO]

A 1969 arthouse masterpiece by Georgian-Armenian filmmaker Sergei Parajanov is honored in Lady Gaga’s latest video, featuring 911 – singer and songwriter’s collaboration with video director Tarsem Singh – recreate shots of The color of pomegranates. Realizing the long-held idea of ​​Grammy Award-winning Singh, the recreation of the visuals of …

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Wole Soyinka: Books that really change the world?

Who will watch the observers, indeed? There are direct echoes of Swift’s cannibalism in Soyinka’s Chronicles, where one of the central characters, a surgeon called Dr Menka, who spends his days caring for the mutilated victims of violence endemic to the Jos region, finds out. a thriving underground market for …

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All the time in the world …

“No Time to Die”, starring Daniel Craig as James Bond for the last time, retains the melancholy and relative crude realism of Craig-era Bond. More importantly, the film retains the longer, deeper conversations introduced in recent Bond films. The introductory conversation between Vesper and Bond in Casino Royale is classic; …

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Leaders and Leadership | Belleville intelligence

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Column Author of the article: Louis Delvoie Release date : 01 Oct 2021 • 16 minutes ago • 5 minutes to read Content of the article Over the years, many men and women have been hailed as great leaders. But what exactly is leadership? The simple answer …

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The student loan regime deserves to be saved

This is the week when college begins for many students. It is the largest annual movement of young people across Britain. And exceptionally, it is often a migration to the North because our universities are spread across the country. For many young people in the South East, this is the …

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Eight artists honored at the 2021 MADE Awards

On September 16, eight Filipino painters and sculptors were officially recognized in a virtual awards ceremony and exhibition opening (www.madeartdepot.ph) as laureates of the 37th Metrobank Art & Design Excellence (MADE). Under the theme “Specter: The Art of Possibility”, Filipino artists were called “to tap into the vast realm of …

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10 historic games for Assassin’s Creed fans

The Assassins Creed Games are masters in the art of incorporating real life story into their games while keeping them fun to play. They take a lot of liberties and add more fantastic elements, but that’s what makes it fun. RELATED: 10 Games You Didn’t Realize Were Spiritual Successors Of …

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Odipe takes the stage in Berlin

BERLIN – “The city stinks of death in its streets,” laments the chorus in Sophocles’s “Oedipus Rex”. Thebes is in the grip of a deadly plague. The king summons a prophet to guess the will of the gods, who accuses the monarch, “You are the damned polluter of this earth. …

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Gagarin is an ingenious and artisanal show

Newsletter: FT Weekend Get weekend inspiration with the best of life, arts and culture. Delivered every Saturday morning. In Gagarin’s opening moments, the view through a cheap telescope is Earthbound – of the scattered inhabitants of Cité Gagarine, a modernist slab of social housing in Ivry-sur-Seine, southeast of Paris. But …

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This anime girl derby mobile game is invading Japan

Pretty Derby Uma Musume, which translates to “Horse Girl Pretty Derby, ” is a racing game inspired by real racehorses played by anime-style girls (yes, that’s… one thing). Sure, the concept may raise a few eyebrows, but the overwhelming popularity of this game is not to be mocked. Since its …

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How Ibrahim Kamara found his place in fashion

Beyond the covers Mr. Kamara’s work tends to flirt at the intersection of raw realism, pop culture tropes, and the alternate realities he creates. Of his first covers for Dazed, one spotlighted fit Nigerian activists holding their national flag; another showed a young black man in a Gucci tracksuit and …

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15 anime to watch before you watch Star Wars: Visions

After spending his childhood working in an oppressive underground burrow, young Simon discovers a small drill that turns out to be the key to a mecha head. This is just the beginning. With the help of the virile and rebellious Kamino, Simon escapes from his underground village following an attack …

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Feminism, Realistic or Fantastic

As a millennial woman, I first read Betty Friedan’s “The Feminine Mystique” with a sense of familiarity. It was familiar to me not only because I recognized in it the feminist arguments of today (many attribute to the work the launching of the second wave of feminism) or that I …

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Is NBA 2K22 Worth It? NBA 2K22 PS5 review

NBA 2K22 is finally out, and many of us have been waiting for this game since last year. Be the first NBA 2K title to be specially designed for next generation consoles, playing on PS5 and Xbox Series X is very special. But is it really worth the extra pennies …

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“Happening” Review – The Hollywood Reporter

The recent legal abortion roadblocks in Texas, the Supreme Court’s refusal to overturn the restrictive new law, and the determination of US conservatives to continue to cut corners on Roe v. Wade font Event resonate all the more with force. Not that Audrey Diwan’s intensely intimate chronicle of a young …

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the artist who wants to play West Indian cricket

Characteristics Carol Quash 8 hours ago Mikaela Jodhan with one of her portraits at the Lopinot Historial Complex. – Photo by Ayanna Kinsale The village of Lopinot is well known for its rich history, scenic spots and serene remoteness – the perfect environment for artist and sports enthusiast Mikaela Jodhan …

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Jacquil Constant: The power of Haitian collaboration

Jacquil Constant’s mission is to show positive images of Haiti as he directs the Haiti International Film Festival and seeks to present films from the Haitian diaspora. The virtual festival is scheduled for August 14-15, 2021. HaitiInternationalFilmFestival.org From left to right: director Raoul Peck & Jaquil Constant * As Haiti …

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Why I changed my mind about trans self-identification

“Hero of the Marriage Equality Debate” was the honor bestowed on my stepfather, Lord (Patrick) Jenkin, by PinkNews upon his death in 2016. As a family, we were nominated for the Stonewall Politician Award of the year. in 2013. We have always supported gay rights and equality. My husband, Bernard, …

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The best Oculus Quest 2 games and experiences

Virtual reality can be a amazing escape, a training or both. If you want the best standalone VR gaming console, the Oculus Quest 2 is your choice. The compact headset (an improved and cheaper update of the original Oculus Quest) reminds me more than ever that there are great games …

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FIFA 22 preview: 11v11 cape ushers in a new era

Gameplay, gameplay, gameplay. While much has been said about the realistic visuals offered in EA’s first suite of sports offerings for PS5 and Xbox Series X, their long-term success has to be judged by feel rather than appearance. FIFA 21 [and pad-sporting big bro Madden 21] offered encouragement, but not …

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The new solutions of utopian fiction

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Why should you watch young royals

Teenagers actually look and behave like teenagers Far too often, young people in coming-of-age entertainment vehicles look, act and feel a little too mature for real teens to relate to on a deeper level. Notorious actors have birth dates long before the people they portray onscreen (Darren Barnet, who plays …

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‘Intregalde’: Cannes review | Comments

Real. Radu Muntean. Romania. 2021. 104 min. Romanian cinema takes a trip to the dark woods of Unequal by Radu Muntean, a New Wave mainstay in the country. After titles like Tuesday after Christmas (2010) and Alice T. (2018), Muntean arrives at Directors’ Fortnight with a road movie – or …

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Why Quillette sucks | Boing boing

Australian writer Claire Lehmann recently became the “” of Twittermain character“posting bizarre remarks about black female athletes Sha’Carri Richardson and Florence Griffith” Flo-Jo “Joyner. Richardson’s” strong nails and hair “, she suggested, was a side effect of the steroids. -Jo, she falsely added, also “had fingernails” and died of drug …

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15 things: ministry in Miami, courage, humility and more

1. Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi presents Pope Francis with a leather painting of Leonardo’s Last Supper. Al-Kadhimi told the Pope that he was painted in secret by a woman while being held captive by ISIS. (Photo CNS / Vatican Media) pic.twitter.com/XYKPE77pFU – Catholic Press Service (@CatholicNewsSvc) July 2, 2021 …

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Is Facebook a monopoly? | The Economist

July 3, 2021 San Francisco AT LAST IS event. Or so thought the critics of big technologies. President Joe Biden has appointed one of their own, Lina Khan, to head the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). A congressional committee has approved six bills to curb Alphabet, Amazon, Apple and Facebook. Then, …

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Thoughts on the news today

THE FIRST SHORT STORY what bothered me was Chekhov’s “The Bet”. Until then, narrative resolution had meant happy endings. Rip van Winkle may find upon awakening that twenty years have passed, or castaway Sinbad will see that his only hope for survival is to hang on to the giant boulder, …

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