Dec 16, 1901 Margaret Mead born in Philadelphia, PA, is credited with changing the way we study different human cultures. The daughter of a University of Pennsylvania economist and a feminist political activist, she graduated from Barnard College in 1923, where she met Franz Boas. Studying with Boas, Mead went on to get a Ph.D. at Columbia University in 1929.
Author of Collected Poems and Other Verse, Poésies, Collected Poems, Selected Poetry and Prose, A Tomb for Anatole, Divagations, Selected Poems, Un coup de dés jamais n'abolira le hasard, Mallarmé in Prose, and Igitur - Divagations - Un Coup de dés
Virginia Poe married the writer, also her first cousin, when she was 13 and he was 27. -- She died of tuberculosis in 1847, when she was 24. “Annabel Lee,” Poe’s last poem, was published in 1849, after her (and, incidentally, after her husband’s) death.
ARTHUR RIMBAUD. ¡La hemos vuelto a hallar! ¿Qué? La Eternidad…. Es la mar mezclada con el sol. El barco ebrio [Poema: Texto completo.] Según iba bajando por Ríos impasibles, me sentí abandonado por los hombres que sirgan: Pieles Rojas gritones les habían flechado, tras clavarlos desnudos a postes de colores. Ver más...