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Best Meeting Room Hire in Northampton
03 February 2017 to 08:47
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31 January 2017 to 11:56
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Ca' D'or
05 March 2015 to 08:29
Venice :)
Dropbox - 20150301_091857.jpg
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never email yourself a file again!
The 26 Best Cities In The World To See Street Art
08 May 2014 to 09:56
The 26 Best Cities In The World To See Street Art
The street art world has undergone a massive shift in the past few years, with famous figures like Banksy and Shepard Fairey elevating the medium to mainstream consciousness. What was once a clandestine act of art vandalism is now, more often, a cele...
Europe Covered In Snow
01 February 2014 to 14:12
Europe Covered In Snow Is A LOT Prettier Than America Covered In Snow...Just Sayin'
Sure, it's been bitterly cold around wide swaths of the United States of late. And sure, it's snowed and been pretty, but it's also snowed and been not so pretty.
alvador Dali­ Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, 1969
20 January 2014 to 21:44
This is a scene from a very trippy, very amazing movie based on Lewis Caroll's Alice in Wonderland. I particularly liked this scene because it brought back a...
Salvador Dalí Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, 1969 | Brain Pickings
A library of cross-disciplinary interestingness and combinatorial creativity
DIY Rings
29 December 2013 to 14:42
Learn how to make 3 cute knuckle rings out of wire: bow, hearts and a clover ring. You can wear them as normal rings too.
This DIY knuckle ring tutorial shows how to make 3 wire rings - a bow knuckle wire ring, a clover knuckle wire ring and a heart knuckle wire ring. DIY knuckl...
botanical post cards
08 December 2013 to 09:33
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Jungle in a Box - Suttons Seeds and Plants
Everything needed in one handy pack to sow and grow seeds. Each pack contains seed, a propagator with lid, drip tray and compacted peat in the form of 'magic blocks' whic - Suttons Seeds and Plants
Fitness Center in Bentonville AR
08 October 2013 to 07:28
Bentonville Martial Arts is one of the best Fitness Center in Bentonville AR that provides the most comprehensive fitness facility to meet your needs. Located conveniently at 1400 SW Susana St #14, Bentonville AR 72712, USA, you can call (479) 866-7121 to join their Gym in Bentonville AR or visit for more information about Fitness Center near Rogers.
Bentonville Martial Arts & Fitness - Martial Arts School in Bentonville, AR 72712
Bentonville Martial Arts & Fitness is located in Bentonville, AR. Bentonville Martial Arts & Fitness is a Martial Arts School serving Bentonville and Benton County since 2011.
I love this song..
19 September 2013 to 10:32 ← CLICK: Enrique with pornstar! Video (unofficial) of one of the greatest and most original songs ever created - "Ring my bells" ...
20 June 2013 to 12:28
Music video by AC/DC performing Back In Black. (C) 1981 J. Albert & Son (Pty.) Ltd.
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18 February 2013 to 20:13
12 February 2013 to 11:47
Something new from Sade's new album "Soldier of Love"
Moody Blues - "Nights in White Satin"
22 August 2012 to 14:14
I grew up with my mother listening to this song, so the lyrics are permanently engraved into my mind. It's an all-time classic from the 60s and I recently re...
The Storyteller (El Hablador)-Mario Vargas Llosa
16 August 2012 to 14:07
The Storyteller (El Hablador) is a novel by Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa. The story tells of Saúl Zuratas, a university student who leaves civilization and becomes a "storyteller" for the Machiguenga Indians. The novel thematizes the Westernization of indigenous peoples through missions and through anthropological studies, and questions the perceived notion that indigenous cultures are set in stone.

It is a novel that deals with displaced cultural identities and Peru's noncohesive diversity. Its major themes are the relationship between the global, national and tribal societies; the coexistence and codependence of center and periphery, the "first and third worlds"; cultural hybridism, miscegenation and transnationalism as the only possible way of survival in the modern world. The novel also questions the dichotomous relationship between the writer, as a modern autonomous subject, and the storyteller, as an already disappeared part of the collective experience. It explores different possibilities of a dialogue between the storyteller/novelist and his/her listener/reader.

To analyze the themes in a broader concept, Vargas asks the reader to think about the positive and negative effects of globalization, specifically through the roles of the Viracochas (White men, most typically used in negatively describing the ruthless rubber merchant of the rubber boom) and the missionaries. The Viracochas used the native Indians to harvest rubber, promising them food, shelter and goods to come work for them. The Viracochas treated the Indians horribly once they got to the camps and began pitting the tribes against each other once man power became scarce. They would send Mashcos to capture three Machiguengas or vice versa to buy their "freedom." "They wanted to Bleed us like they bled the trees."[3]. The Viracochas shed a negative light on globalization by exploiting the land and people for profit. Regarding the missionaries and linguists at the Summer Institute, the line between negative and positive impacts are blurred. By studying the Machiguengas, learning their language, and teaching them English and religion, some may argue that the native Indians are being saved from extinction in modern civilization. Others argue that the linguists and missionaries are a "tentacle of American imperialism which, under the conver of doing scientific research, has been engaged in gathering intelligence and has taken the first steps toward a neocolonist penetration of the cultures of the Amazonian Indian."[4]Through these examples of progress versus preservation, Llosa asks the reader, "which is more important?"
Mario Vargas Llosa delivers his speech at the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden. Sorry about the sound not being in synch! Mario Vargas Llosa pronunc...
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