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Summer reading program continues at Hampton Library

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 20 Jun 2024
Hampton Community Library’s summer reading program is in progress and ends Aug. 10 ... Please note there are no children’s programs Fourth of July week ... Aug ... 1 and 8 ... For July 17, the book is “The Name of the Rose” by Umberto Eco ... 2.
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Father’s Day quotes and messages to send to your dad

Metro UK 15 Jun 2024
Son handing postcard to father on father’s day (Credits. Getty Images). It’s Father’s Day tomorrow, a whole day dedicated to the dads and father figures in our lives ... I love you ... Crista says ... We are formed by little scraps of wisdom.’ – Umberto Eco. ‘Dad.
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Happy Father’s Day

Bangor Daily News 14 Jun 2024
Fathers of the 21st century face new realities and new challenges, but also new joys ... We are formed by little scraps of wisdom,” author Umberto Eco wrote in “Foucault’s Pendulum.” ... “He didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.”.
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This Father's Day, share a touching message with these 30 dad quotes

Usatoday 10 Jun 2024
Father's Day 2022. Gifts for dad. These Father's Day gifts are practical and affordable. ProblemSolved, Reviewed ... The third Sunday of June is when we celebrate dads and father figures ... – Umberto Eco, "Foucault’s Pendulum""Dad taught me everything I know.
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As the campaigns come to an end, is a silent day still relevant in the ...

Independent Online 07 Jun 2024
“Umberto Eco believes that the social media heralded the invasion of the fools ... Do we have the degradation of democracy as Eco believes or its enhancement, if Zuckerberg is right? Independently ...
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What makes a successful piece of public performance art?

RTE 31 May 2024
Analysis. Grounded in theatre but branching into many other art forms, performance art has always been disruptive and unpredictable ... The concept is simple but powerful ... As Umberto Eco wrote in The Open Work ... Read more ... .
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La Scala's French manager leaves theater financially fit as Meloni government turns to Italians

Newsday 28 May 2024
7. The new season also features a world premiere of “In the Name of the Rose,’’ a new opera by Francesco Filidei based on Umberto Eco’s novel commissioned by La Scala and the Paris Opera ... Get the latest breaking news as it happens. Sign up ... Newsday ... ....
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La Scala’s French manager leaves theater financially fit as Meloni government turns to Italians

Wtop 28 May 2024
7. The new season also features a world premiere of “In the Name of the Rose,’’ a new opera by Francesco Filidei based on Umberto Eco’s novel commissioned by La Scala and the Paris Opera ... Source .
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Naoise Dolan: I don’t admire Hemingway as much as others

The Times/The Sunday Times 14 May 2024
Puzzles. Challenge yourself with today’s puzzles. Crossword. Polygon. Sudoku. My favourite book. Currently it’s Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann ... Get involved!. The book I’m reading ... I’m reading Il nome della rosa [The Name of the Rose] by Umberto Eco ... .
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The Latent Fascism of Today’s Anti-Fascists

The Liberty Beacon 12 May 2024
Many thinkers advanced this mistaken interpretation during the postwar period, including, among others, Umberto Eco’s list of “Ur-Fascist” features published in the New York Review of Books in 1995, ...
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Patrick Lawrence: This Isn’t Fascism

Consortium News 30 Apr 2024
Italian novelist Umberto Eco ... Martin Wolf, a Financial Times columnist, published a piece a few weeks ago under the headline “Fascism has changed, but it is not dead.” Wolf cited Umberto Eco, the ...
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Based on C.J. Sansom’s novel, ‘Shardlake’ sets a murder mystery in Tudor England

The Los Angeles Times 30 Apr 2024
The period monasterial setting recalls the '90s series 'Cadfael,' starring Derek Jacobi as a 12th century monk-detective, and also Umberto Eco's 'The Name of the Rose,' set in the 14th century, which ...
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Eternal fascism

The Malta Independent 28 Apr 2024
In 1995, Umberto Eco published one of his masterpieces ... Eco lived through Mussolini’s dark years.  He tasted the bitterness of fascism ... For fascists, Eco noted, disagreement is treason.
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Republicans fell down their own conspiracy theory rabbit hole

MSNBC 11 Apr 2024
In Umberto Eco's classic novel "Foucault's Pendulum," a group of friends develop a ridiculous conspiracy theory as a game, only to start believing it themselves, with horrible consequences for everyone involved ... .
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A library of all libraries

Daily Sabah 12 Mar 2024
Italian writer Umberto Eco once remarked that when we say “I,” we mean “memory,” and this memory is nothing but a means of a library. Today, one might wonder whether libraries stan ....
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