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Aleppo

, and collected many valuable manuscripts. Tarjumān al-Ashwāq In the year 611 he was again in Makkah, where his friend Abū Shujā had died two years before. Ibn ‘Arabī performed Ḥajj and started compilation of his most famous poetic work the Tarjumān al-Ashwāq. After Ḥajj Ibn ‘Arabī left Makkah, travelling north towards the Roman lands, probably Konya or Malatya and in the year 610 611 he returned to Aleppo. In Aleppo this work caused uproar and consternation in certain quarters


Bogotá

of Culture for Second Time" Cultural history Bogotá gave the Spanish-speaking world José Asunción Silva (1865–1896), Modernism pioneer. His poetic work in the novel De sobremesa position him in an outstanding American literature place. Rafael Pombo (1833–1912) was an American romanticism poet who left a collection of fables essential part of children imagination and Colombian tradition. Architecture File:Torrecolpatria.jpg thumb upright


Alexandria

, page 27. Religion * The poetic work ''Banquet'' (''Thalia'') by the Libyan-born Egytian Christian priest Arius, age 73, expresses the doctrine that Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus) was not of the same substance as God but rather had a finite nature. As ascetic he leads a Christian community near Alexandria and comes under suspicion of heresy. Arius writes to his former schoolmate Eusebius (Eusebius of Nicomedia), bishop of Nicomedia, asking for support


Peru

, a large sugar cane farm in northern Peru. His father was a Japanese immigrant and his mother was a Peruvian of Andean origin. In a very intimate way, Watanabe fused his two deep cultural backgrounds in brief but intense poetic work. - Peru RJ11 - Spanish (Spanish language) Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica*, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea*, Guatemala


Japan

Japan of the late 17th century. While the poetic (Poetry) work became seminal of its own account, the poet's travels in the text have since inspired many people to follow in his footsteps and trace his journey for themselves. In one of its most memorable passages, Bashō suggests that "every day is a journey, and the journey itself home." Bashō 2000: 3. See also Norman 2008. After graduating from music school in 1990, she took an opportunity to visit

cultural backgrounds in brief but intense poetic work. - Japan RJ11 - is a Japanese voice actress (Seiyū). Doi, Hitoshi. "Itou Miki". ''Seiyuu Database''. January 3, 2011. Retrieved January 4, 2011.


United States

featuresreviews.guardianreview8 Martin Green in a letter to The Guardian, 2005 In the introduction, Kavanagh wrote "A man innocently dabbles in words and rhymes and finds that it is his life". His poetic work was influenced in content, form and cadence by African-American music, including work songs, blues and jazz. Like that of Jean Toomer, Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes and other black writers of the period, his work often dealt with race


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