“…écrire un roman ou en vivre un, n’est pas du tout la même chose, quoi qu’on dise. Et pourtant notre vie n’est pas séparée de nos oeuvres”.
“Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and filthy air”, chant the Weird Sisters as they go to wait for the battle to be over so they can deliver their seductive prophesies to Macbeth. “So foul and fair a day really I have not ever seen”
Carl William Brown.
Absolutely, I am certainly not against religion in itself, but for sure I fight versus the obtuseness, the stupidity, the imbecility, the mediocrity, the authority, the power, the meanness, the avidity, the conformism, the fear; the obedience; the egoism; the intellectual and human poverty of some stupid religious men!
Carl William Brown The Literary Revenger
You should be the change you would like for the world.
The Church says the Earth is flat, but I know it is round, because I saw its shadow on the Moon, and I trust more a shade than the Church itself..
This not the story of a young officer, Giovanni Drogo , and the time that he spent guarding the Bastiani Fortress, an old, unmaintained border fortress, waiting for an enemy who will never come! This the story of a group of warriors, guided by an alive dead spirit, who are trying to organize an attack toward an everlasting, ubiquitous and invincibile enemy! This is not the Desert of the Tartars, this is Fort Attack!
Carl William Brown
Banking in the modern sense of the word can be traced to medieval and early Renaissance Italy, to the rich cities in the north like Florence, Venice and Genoa. The Bardi and Peruzzi families dominated banking in 14th century Florence, establishing branches in many other parts of Europe. Perhaps the most famous Italian bank was the Medici bank, set up by Giovanni Medici in 1397. Now, at this point of the matter, you must also consider and remember that the Medici used to spend their Holidays at Seravezza, a small village close to the Apuan Alps belonging to the Province of Lucca, in northern Tuscany, Italy. It is located in Versilia, above Forte dei Marmi. You see now: https://www.fortattack.com/ or the Italian version with a lot of photos too.