Site Progress Week of May 4, 2023

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First, I want to thank you the readers for their comments, and yes the regular post will definitively come back. Hopefully in a week or two.

I also made an exception and posted Watch the video of Kyiv making an attempt to strike drones on the Kremlin and read the Message from the press service of the Russian President the day before yesterday (may 3).

I updated the pages: Russian Arts, Russian Poetry, and American Poetry and maybe others …

I continued to add poems by James Russell Lowell , a few are: At the Burns Centennial., Auf Wiedersehen, Bankside..

I also continued to add poems to Charles Baudelaire – Шарль Бодлер , a few are: Abel Et Caïn , Allegorie, Brumes Et Pluies in french, and Correspondences, Contemplation, Don Juan in Hades in English

And also (by) Михаила Лермонтова (by Michail Lermontov) a few more are: Арфа , А.А.Углицкой, and Азраил

In the French literature section, I didn’t add new books, but all the books are now presented by chapter or by act with a table of contents.

In the American Literature I created the pages: Harriet Beecher Stowe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Stephen Crane, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jack London, Herman Melville, and also presented all the books by chapter with a table of contents.

In the English Literature page I created the pages: Daniel Defoe and George Orwell, and no I didn’t have the time to change the books presentation

This week our article was the poem “Gypsies Traveling” by Charles Baudelaire in English and French side by side with the painting “The Vladimir’s Road” (Vladimirka) painted in 1892 by Isaac Levitan.

I hope you’ll find something to enjoy

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