Singular women


Annie Besant

On Monday, the 15th February, 2010
Annie Besant

She was successively a catholic, a Socialist, an atheist, masona, teósofa and politics. Photo: Wikipedia. Annie Wood was born in 1847, in London, in a family of middle class of Irish origin and along his life it was always proud to be an Irish. His father, doctor, died when she was five years old, leaving the family in the difficult one...
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Agora

On Saturday, the 10th October, 2009
Agora

It is not perfect, but it is a big Spanish movie Some of them believe - and this way they have shown it in his comments in the same blog - that the negative criticism of the Spanish movies has an origin foreign to the quality of the movies: that if manias to the actors, that if the subsidies of González Sinde … Nothing more...
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Ida Pfeiffer

On Tuesday, the 31st March, 2009
Ida Pfeiffer

It turned to the world two times and lived between cannibals and hunters of heads Foto: Wikipedia “Meanwhile I look in vain for some epithet that characterizes fairly his extraordinary disposal at the adventure, comes to my mind, for example, that in the proximities of Rio de Janeiro it defends itself from a dangerous robber to...
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Knowledge lamp

On Saturday, the 28th March, 2009

Documentary on Alexandra David-Neel In the channel of YouTube of the UNED I have met a documentary on my admired Alexandra David-Neel, the woman first in entering the prohibited city of Lhasa and whom the monks Buddhists were calling ‘a lamp of knowledge’. In his book Mystics and magicians of the Tibet Alexandra he narrates of...
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Margery Perham

On Sunday, the 15th March, 2009
Margery Perham

Traveler and writer on African topics Margery Freda Perham (1895-1982) was born in Bury, Lancashire (England), on September 6, 1895. It was the youngest of the family - composed by five children and two daughters - of Federico Perham, merchant of wines and his wife, Marion. His grandmother, Maria Anna Needell, was a novelist. Seven children...
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The sailor Anne Jane Thornton

On Friday, the 6th February, 2009
The sailor Anne Jane Thornton

In the XIXth century there were not infrequent the women's cases that National Portrait Gallery was embarking disguised of sailors ©, London Anne Jane Thornton was born in Gloucestershire (England) in 1817 and she was a daughter of a prosperous merchant. After the death of his mother in 1823, his father moved to Donegal (Ireland) where it opened other one...
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Hu Ming

On Thursday, the 11th December, 2008
Hu Ming

The eroticism of the Army of the people's republic China This entry had to be brief, like that of most of the painters that I bring somewhere here: a biographical note, a few images and a few linkage to keep on seeing his works. But when I have read on the life of this Chinese artist I have...
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