Site Progress Week of April 27, 2023

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This week I finished to add pictures to “Around the World in Eighty Daysby Jules Verne (in english)

I also finished adding poems by Emily Dickinson , a few are: Your riches taught me poverty, Why?, and To March

I created the page Poems by James Russell Lowell , and began adding his poems. A few are: Above and Below., Al Fresco., All-Saints.

I also created the page Charles Baudelaire – Шарль Бодлер and began adding his poems, a few are: A Celle Qui Est Trop Gaie , A Une Passante, A Une Mendiante Rousse in french, and A Former Life, An Allegory, Beauty in English

Another page created this week is Стихи Михаила Лермонтова (Poems by Michail Lermontov) and I also began adding his poems in Russian. A few are: Napoleon’s farewell (Прощание Наполеона) , 1831-го июня 11 дня, and Beppo (Беппо)

In the French literatures section, I created the pages: Marie-Catherine Baronne d’Aulnoy, Honoré de Balzac (empty page), Mme De Beaumont, Alexandre Dumas, Victor Hugo, Jean de La Fontaine, Guy De Maupassant, Prosper Mérimée, Molière, Charles Perrault, Jean Racine (page empty), Edmond Rostand (page empty), Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Jules Verne, Voltaire, and Emile Zola . Most of the pages have some books available, but I will work on adding some.

This week our article was the poem “A Tempest” by Emily Dickinson in English and French side by side, accompanied by the painting “Strong Wind” painted in 1856 by Ivan Aivazovsky.

You can find all our American Poems, English and French side by side there:

I hope you’ll find something to enjoy

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