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New dictionary type “Syntaxic dictionary of Russian poetry” – India Education | Latest Education News | Global educational news

by on October 29, 2021 0

On October 22, a webinar “A New Kind of Dictionary:” A Syntactic Dictionary of Russian Poetry “was organized by the editorial board of the journal” The Russian Language in Schools “as part of the seminar” Real Problems study and teaching the Russian language in the modern world ”, working in 2021 under the auspices...

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Pandemic and poetry – BigWire

by on October 28, 2021 0

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail These are the times of sudden death and heartbreaking distress experienced by almost everyone in society in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. How will humanity adapt to this situation and be resilient, is a big question. Bishnupada Sethi, a well-known civil servant and poet, who...

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Book review Poetry of the 21st century

by on October 24, 2021 0

JENNY MITCHELL’s new book, Map of a Plantation (Indigo Dreams, £ 11) is an extremely ambitious exploration of traumatic historical memory, a powerful and painful attempt to imagine life on a plantation of slaves in Jamaica – slaves and slave owners, masters and mistresses. Mitchell describes the systemic brutality and systematic cruelty of the...

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History and poetry of Kodachrome

by on October 20, 2021 0

Captured using the Kodachrome 64 movie simulation recipe on a Fujifilm X100V. In 1973, Paul Simon put in song, Kodachrome They give us these beautiful bright colors They give us the greens of summer Makes you think the whole world is a sunny day Kodachrome is possibly the most iconic photographic film ever made....

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Humans and AI differ in interpretations of poetry, according to library event

by on October 20, 2021 0

The first HOWLoween Wolf Awareness Week event, “The Beats Within: Comparing AI & Human Adaptations of ‘Yell,‘Took place on Zoom this Monday. Hosted by Stanford Libraries, the presentation explored different interpretations of Allen Ginsberg’s iconic poem “Howl” by foreign language translators and artificial intelligence (AI) systems. “It’s an incredibly difficult poem to translate. He...

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A series of photos captures the poetry of isolated abandoned houses

by on October 18, 2021 0

Abandoned, hollowed-out, dilapidated and abandoned houses stand in a strange solitude amidst vast empty landscapes, resembling the only vestiges of civilization for miles. In his new series “Thin Places”, the photographer Brendon Burton captures modern American ruins exuding a sense of seclusion in their rural setting. Each hints at their own sad story of...

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