Manuscript

On the unpublished manuscript of Gabriel García Márquez

After Nobel Prize-winning Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez died in 2014, the University of Texas purchased some of his possessions and manuscripts at a cost of around $2.2 million. The multitude of manuscripts, documents, letters required more than 40 boxes to be stored. Among these are the manuscripts of 10 …

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Found Obama’s Manuscript: Transformative Politics

Barack Obama is back in the open. He suddenly embarked on a flurry of campaigns in the swing states of Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin to try to keep Democrats in control of Congress, among other things. . This contrasts with his usual modus operandi since leaving the …

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Manuscript containing an autograph by Charles Darwin auctioned for around $793,000

Charles Darwin is one of the best-known scientists in the history of evolution and his book – On the Origin of Species – is considered a pioneering text. Over the years, the book has gained worldwide popularity, and according to a 2015 poll, it was voted “the most influential academic …

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Charles Darwin’s autograph manuscript could fetch £700,000 at auction | Charles Darwin

A rare manuscript containing a passage from Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species is to be auctioned in November. The document, which is expected to fetch between £530,000 and £700,000, is believed to be Darwin’s most important autograph manuscript to ever come to auction. In 2015, On the Origin …

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World’s oldest complete star map, lost for millennia, found in medieval manuscript

Researchers may have just discovered a fragment of the world’s oldest complete star map. The map segment, which was found below text on a sheet of medieval parchment, is thought to be a copy of the long-lost star catalog of the 2nd-century BC Greek astronomer Hipparchus, who first made known …

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Joint Efforts End Sale of Rare Quranic Manuscript Looted in Kabul

A looted Kabul Quranic manuscript has been identified and is being trafficked by a host of organizations who have come together in a joint effort to stop the illicit trafficking of looted and historical artifacts in hopes of preserving heritage. The 15th century Timurid Quran or Aqquyunlu on Chinese paper …

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A Forged Manuscript of Galileo Leads Experts to a Controversial Book He Secretly Wrote

The revelation in August that a manuscript attributed to Galileo Galilei was a forgery led to the discovery of a different book that the famous Italian astronomer actually wrote, but under a pseudonym, a new investigation finds. Unpublished notes by Galileo that were verified following the discovery of the forgery …

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Obama’s Fiery Lost Manuscript Shows Us the Best Way

There is a better democratic way to circumvent the culture wars that divide us “Transformative Politics” – Lost Manuscript Shows Fire Barack Obama Couldn’t Reveal During Election Campaign https://www.nytimes.com/2022/10/07/opinion/obama-lost-book-manuscript.html My synopsis – selected quotes from the essay above: the abolition of formal segregation was only the first step in the …

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UCC will be entrusted with an extremely rare 19th century manuscript written by the famous scribe Carrignavar

A FASCINATING and extremely rare piece of Cork’s literary history will be on display at University College Cork this Friday at the Boole Library. he family of the late David Burden of Buttevant will present a 19th century manuscript of Seannuid na mBan (The Women’s Parliament), written by the famous …

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Applied DNA’s Biotherapeutics Subsidiary Publishes Manuscript Demonstrating LinearDNA™ Vaccine Candidate Was Protective in Ferret Viral Challenge Trial

STONY BROOK, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: APDN) (“Applied DNA” or the “Company”), a leader in polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based technologies, today announced the publication of a manuscript, co-authored with international academic and industry scientists, containing data demonstrating that a vaccine candidate based on LinearDNA™ (the “Vaccine Candidate”) reduced …

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Rare 1,000-year-old manuscript returned to Greece by US – FOX13 News Memphis

ATHENS, Greece — (AP) — A US museum has returned a treasured 1,000-year-old Christian manuscript to a monastery in northern Greece from which it was looted by Bulgarian forces more than a century ago, along with hundreds of other documents and artifacts. The 11th-century gospel was officially presented at Eikosiphoinissa …

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Gifted Cleveland Orchestra manuscript of Mahler’s Second Symphony

The Cleveland Orchestra has received an autographed manuscript of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection”. The donation was made by philanthropist Herbert G. Kloiber, who is one of the organization’s trustees. The 232-page historical document will be preserved in collaboration with the Cleveland Museum of Art where it will be accessible …

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Cleveland Orchestra to Exhibit Mahler’s ‘Resurrection’ Manuscript

The Cleveland Orchestra opens its 105e season Thursday and Friday with Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection”. Ticket holders can see the original manuscript of the 1894 piece, handwritten by the composer, which was donated by an orchestra administrator. Part of the document will also be visible, free to the …

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Filipino poet’s manuscript wins NY Book Prize

Handout MANILA — A New York-based nonprofit literary association recently awarded a prize to a Filipino poet living in South Africa. Jim Pascual Agustin received the Gaudy Boy 2022 Poetry Book Award from Singapore Unbound for his manuscript entitled “Waking Up to the Pattern Left by a Snail Overnight”. He …

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Maine man discovers 700-year-old medieval manuscript in Waterville

Photo courtesy of Will Sideri. Will Sideri went to an estate sale at a house on Pleasant Street in Waterville on a Saturday this month on a whim. Maybe he would find a cake mixer. He wants to cook. But as the 24-year-old walked into the dining room of the …

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‘The Art of the Manuscript’ Exhibit Shows Tolkien’s Creative Process at the Haggerty Museum – Marquette Wire

Published in 1954, “The Lord of the Rings” captured the minds of people around the world. With over 150 million copies sold, the book has garnered a huge fanbase and has grown from a 1,216-page book into a film series that is considered one of the most important and most …

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Shedding light on the Islamic manuscript culture of East Africa

Hundreds of rare manuscripts from Ethiopia have been digitized online by Minnesota’s Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, shedding new light on East African contributions to Islamic and Christian school legacies. The collection itself includes nearly 300 manuscripts from Addis Ababa University and over 500 from the Sherif Hārar City Museum …

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Anthropology professor Calla Jacobson wins manuscript award

Professor Calla Jacobson was recently awarded the Sandra Carpenter Prize for Creative Nonfiction, an annual prize awarded by the Sandra Carpenter Memorial Fund, in partnership with the First Pages Prize. Jacobson won the award based on an excerpt from his working manuscript, “The Tiger’s Paw Print: A Memoir of Myth …

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The art of forgery never spared even Galileo’s manuscript

A historian flagged it for a probe while researching the famous astronomer The prized possession of the University of Michigan library was discovered as a clever forgery following a probe when a historian pointed it out while researching the famous astronomer Galileo, who invented the telescope. An internal probe revealed …

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Researcher Discovers ‘Galileo Manuscript’ Is Fake

Press release University of Michigan Library August 22, 2022 Galileo “manuscript” University of Michigan Library After an internal investigation into the findings of a Georgia State University history professor, the University of Michigan Library concluded that its “Galileo Manuscript” – considered for nearly a century one of the from the …

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The Art of the Manuscript’ opens August 19

Milwaukee magazine has a great little story about how a huge cache of JRR Tolkien’s personal notes and articles ended up at Marquette University in Wisconsin. It all started with the director of the Marquette library, William Ready (1914-1981), who actively sought out Catholic authors. Ready approached Tolkien through an …

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‘JRR Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript’ opens August 19 at the Haggerty Museum of Art

‘JRR Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript’, an exhibition of manuscripts by renowned author and artist JRR Tolkien, best known for his literary classics ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘The Lord of the Rings’, opens Friday, August 19. and runs through Friday, December 23 at the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette …

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The tiny manuscript of 13-year-old Charlotte Bronte returns to Yorkshire

A miniature manuscript by 13-year-old Charlotte Brontë has returned to her West Yorkshire home, 200 years after it was written. The last of more than two dozen famous ‘little books’ known to be in private hands was bought by a charity in April for $1.25million (£973,000) after first surfacing for …

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Charlotte Brontë’s manuscript is returned to her home… almost 200 years after it was written

Charlotte Brontë’s manuscript is returned to her home… almost 200 years after it was written A manuscript written by 13-year-old Charlotte Brontë is back home Bought for £973,000, the little book was donated to the Bronte Parsonage Museum It’s smaller than a playing card, it contains ten poems by author …

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A Tudor manuscript from a Wisbech estate is auctioned

Published: 2:20 p.m. August 3, 2022 Updated: 10:27 a.m. August 4, 2022 A rare Tudor manuscript designed to aid in the breeding of swans back when mute swans belonged to the English crown will be auctioned this summer. The two-volume manuscript, from the estate of Wisbech antiquarian Peter Crofts, was …

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Diary of a Virgin Sailor – A Hilarious ‘Bottled Manuscript’ – The Irish Times

Long Lost Diary: Diary of a Virgin Sailor Author: Michael Chapman Pincher ISBN-13: 978 1 8435 1 827 3 Editor: Lilliput Press Guide price: 16 € A random post on social media during Covid-19 had initially shaken Michael Chapman Pincher a bit. Was he the “Michael” of Puerto Rico in …

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The memoirs of the Duke of Sussex “written with a finished manuscript signed by lawyers” | Entertainment and celebrity news

The Duke of Sussex’s memoir is said to have been written with a finished manuscript signed by solicitors. According to The Sun, Prince Harry’s publishers Penguin Random House are now trying to release it for the US Thanksgiving and Christmas market. It is understood that ghostwriter JR Moehringer, 57, finished …

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The moment my lock script was picked from the pile of slush

Provided Simon Lendrum, author of The Slow Roll, which he started during confinement after quitting his job. The March 2020 lockdown was a curious time. It was, for me, compounded by the fact that I was coming to the end of (I thought) a planned career break. I had left …

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Proceeds from the sale of Bone People manuscripts will help Maori writers

Things Author Keri Hulme’s dying wish was for her original manuscript to be auctioned off so proceeds could support other Maori writers, her nephew says. Nephew of accomplished New Zealand author Keri Hulme says his last wish was the original manuscript of The Bone People be auctioned so that the …

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NAASR to Host Webinar on New Matenadaran Publication on Artsakh and Utik Manuscript Heritage

BELMONT, Mass. — The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) and the Matenadaran/Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts in Yerevan, Armenia, with the co-sponsorship of the New England District of AGBU, will hold a webinar on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, at 12:00 p.m. (Eastern Time), “Manuscript Heritage of …

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A truly fascinating Quranic manuscript

The Sanaa Palimpsest has a number of unique characteristics, including as an enduring artefact of Quranic scribe methods and Islamic heritage in Yemen. Yet deciphering the text poses theological dilemmas surrounding the Quranic tradition. In early 1973, a team of workers renovating the Great Mosque of Sanaa in Yemen came …

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3 men charged with possession of stolen manuscript for Eagles’ Hotel California

Three men were arrested on Tuesday for conspiring to illegally possess and sell 100 pages of liner notes and lyrics from the Eagles’ ‘Hotel California’ album, including Don Henley’s lyrics to the songs ‘Hotel California’, ‘Life in the Fast Lane” and “New Kid in Town.” A biographer of the group …

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Tudor Norfolk Swan Rights manuscript to be auctioned

Published: 12:22 11 July 2022 They can break your arm and all belong to the queen, it is often said. But at least one of these two statements about swans has some truth to it…as a rare Tudor manuscript confirms. Swans have been considered royal birds since the Middle Ages …

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Better Therapeutics Announces Publication of Manuscript on Rationale, Design, and Core Features of Type 2 Diabetes Pivotal Trial of BT-001, a Novel Digital Prescription Therapy, in Clinical Cardiology

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Better Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: BTTX), a digital prescription therapy company developing nutritional cognitive-behavioral therapy (nCBT) to address the root causes of cardiometabolic diseases, today announced the publication of a manuscript detailing study design and methodology for its pivotal clinical trial of BT-001 in adult patients with type 2 …

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An Introduction to the Voynich Manuscript, the World’s Most Mysterious Book

“The Voynich Manuscript is a true medieval book and has been carbon dated to the early 1400s.” Not a modern hoax, this notoriously bizarre text has actually “passed through the hands of many over the years”, including “scientists, emperors and collectors”. Although “we still don’t know who actually wrote it, …

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The National Library of Israel digitizes a 60-page manuscript on the Portuguese Inquisition

(July 6, 2022 / JNS) Nearly 500 years after the start of the Portuguese Inquisition, rare documentation of its proceedings and its victims has been discovered in the Central Archive for the History of the Jewish People at the National Library of Israel in Jerusalem and digitized for the first …

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Publication of a manuscript for the improvement of relations between cancer scientists and patient advocates

HOUSTON, June 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Theresa’s Research Foundation is delighted to announce a new manuscript titled “Improving the Odds Together: A Framework for Breast Cancer Research Scientists to Include Patient Advocates in their Research” published today in npj Breast. An appreciation of the value of including the voice of …

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President Ilham Aliyev presented Fuzuli’s manuscript

By Laman Ismayilova Uzbek President Shovkat Mirziyayev presented one of Fuzuli’s manuscripts to Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev during a joint press conference in Tashkent, reports Azernews, citing Azertac. In his remarks, Shovkat Mirziyayev praised the level of Azerbaijani-Uzbek relations which he said are based on similar spiritual values, religion, culture …

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A precious medieval manuscript exhibited to the public for the first time

A precious 13th-century manuscript, considered a masterpiece of medieval art, can be seen by the public for the first time, after it was digitized by the library of Trinity College Dublin. With the click of a mouse, researchers and the general public can see the superb illustrations of the Book …

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Publication of a limited edition facsimile of the manuscript “Paradise Lost”

Paris – Independent publisher SP Books has published John Milton’s only surviving manuscript lost paradise, first published in book form. Alongside the handwritten poem, 12 iconic illustrations by William Blake. The manuscript, which corresponds to Book I of the poem, consists of 33 pages written between 1658 and 1663. Milton …

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Medieval Textus Roffensis Manuscript From Rochester Cathedral Added To UNESCO Register

A collection of early English laws housed in manuscript in one of the UK’s oldest cathedrals has been added to a prestigious international register of historic documents. The document, known as the Textus Roffensis, predates the Magna Carta by nearly 100 years. It was compiled in the early 1120s by …

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The Lost Manuscript | Morse

If you burn the library of Kyiv,not that of Alexandria, they will forgive you. . .And black snow and white crows—they are already on the run from Chernobyl.Kyiv, Kyiv, Kyiv—is not Athens.But here, too, there are Mongols and Saracens.And the black ashes of Ukraine.And the smoke of Dante’s tercets.It is …

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Macao University Acquires Manuscript from Portuguese Embassy in China 300 Years Ago

The University of Macau has acquired a rare Portuguese manuscript with the embassy report sent by King João V to China in 1725, which will be translated into Chinese to facilitate academic research. “Our idea is to transcribe this book into Portuguese and then we will translate it. At the …

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AGBU and Matenadaran launch publication on ancient Armenian manuscript from Artsakh

Manuscript Heritage of Artsakh and Utik co-authored by Hravard Hakobyan, Tamara Minasyan and Vahe Torosyan The Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) and the Matenadaran Institute – Mesrop Mashtots of Ancient Manuscripts are pleased to announce the release of Manuscript Heritage of Artsakh and Utik, co-written by Hravard Hakobyan, doctor of …

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History buff loses claim over state purchase of Mitrovich manuscript

A lawsuit filed by a historical researcher over two historical manuscripts he won at auction, which was dismissed by the state, has been dismissed by a court, “because it makes no sense for the state to loses the possibility of obtaining an object of cultural heritage value simply because the …

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BIO-CAT Microbials Releases Safety Manuscript on New Proprietary Bacillus Strain

The efficacy of BIO-CAT Microbials’ new human probiotic will be explored at the next Probiota Americas, June 1-3 Tweet that The safety of BS50 is the focus of the latest peer-reviewed publication from BIO-CAT Microbials. Posted in Microorganisms on May 17e2022, this manuscript lays the foundation for safety as BIO-CAT …

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Because there is no team like Glasgow Rovers! Lost manuscript reveals Rangers were almost called Rovers

THE only first-person account ever written of the formation of Rangers in 1872 has been unearthed after being hidden for 76 years – and it reveals that the founding fathers considered naming the club Glasgow Rovers. Rangers historian David Mason launched his new official Ibrox biography, The Rangers Story: 150 …

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“The Art of the Manuscript” Exhibition at Marquette University

The Haggerty Museum of Art and Marquette University’s Raynor Memorial Libraries will present a series of lectures in September in conjunction with the collaborative exhibition “JRR Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript.” The exhibition – which opens on August 19 – will feature original manuscripts created by JRR Tolkien for …

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How an 80-year-old manuscript renewed the legacy of black writer Richard Wright

Richard Wright was the most prominent black American writer of the 1940s. His novel native son about the corrosive effects of racism made him a literary star and a rarity for the time – a successful black novelist. But his tenure as an influential black American writer only lasted about …

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Lineup announced for “JRR Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript” at the Haggerty Museum of Art

The Haggerty Museum of Art and Raynor Memorial Libraries have announced a slate of programs, including a series of lectures, in conjunction with the collaborative exhibition “JRR Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript”. The exhibition will feature the original manuscripts created by JRR Tolkien for his literary classics “The Hobbit”, …

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This is the Augsburg Book of Miracles, a brilliantly illuminated manuscript of supernatural phenomena from Renaissance Germany

When we speak of a “lost art”, we do not always mean that man has forgotten certain production methods. Modern craftsmen can salvage or come reasonably close to ancient techniques and materials, and produce artifacts that may be considered authentic by unscrupulous people. The spirit of the thing, however, can …

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Tokyo’s Manuscript Writer’s Cafe won’t let guests leave until they finish their work

Inside the “anti-procrastination” cafe where staff check you HOURLY to make sure you’re doing the job (and you can’t leave until you’ve done it) A cafe in Japan is going viral online for its unique concept for procrastinators Manuscript Writing Cafe only lets people in if they have a task …

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Mark Bartold’s new book ‘Middle-Class Jobs’ is a carefully written manuscript that explores ways to provide jobs for the middle class

Press release – May 17, 2022 LENOIR, NC, May 17, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Fulton Books author Mark Bartold, an excellent writer interested in politics, economics, history, etc., has completed his latest book “Middle-Class Jobs”: a brilliant narrative that brings together beneficial policies for people from all communities. It will focus …

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Handwritten manuscript of Herzl’s utopian ‘Altneuland’ exhibited for the first time

The original handwritten German manuscript of Theodor Herzl’s novel ‘Altneuland’ (Old New Land) went on public display this week for the first time at the Herzl Center in Jerusalem, as part of a new exhibit celebrating 120 years of its publication. The utopian novel, published in 1902, described the vision …

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An 18th-century executioner’s manuscript gives medical advice

It may come as a surprise to learn that some executioners also practiced medicine. A 1,500-page manuscript recently acquired by the Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens in California reveals its author, a German executioner named Maximus Fidelis Steigendesch (1730-1810), alias Deigendesch, as an expert in “executioner’s medicine.” If …

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Stolen Nostradamus Manuscript Returned to Rome Library | Italy

An ancient manuscript by French astrologer Michel de Nostredame, better known as Nostradamus, stolen from a library in Rome has been returned to the Italian capital. The manuscript, titled Nostradamus M Prophecies and dating back around 500 years, was rediscovered last year when it was offered for sale by a …

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Famous pro-Nazi French author’s manuscript resurfaces after 78 years

PARIS (AFP) — Rarely is the story behind the publication of a book more mysterious than the plot of the novel itself. But that’s what you might say about ‘Guerre’ (War) by one of France’s most famous and controversial literary figures, Louis-Ferdinand Céline, which hits bookstores on Thursday, some 78 …

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A tiny manuscript of 13-year-old Charlotte Brontë returns home

Published: 04/25/2022 21:02:12 Modified: 04/25/2022 21:00:47 LONDON — A miniature manuscript by 13-year-old Charlotte Bronte will be returned to her home in Yorkshire after being purchased by a charity. The last of more than two dozen famous “little books” known to be in private hands has been bought for $1.25 …

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Charlotte Brontë’s Lost Manuscript Sells for $1.25 Million | Smart News

A Book of Rhythms by Charlotte Brontë Courtesy of James Cummins Bookseller, Inc. Editor’s Note, April 26, 2022: A tiny manuscript by then-teenage author Charlotte Brontë will be returned to the parsonage she lived in all her life. Friends of the National Libraries (FNL), a British nonprofit, purchased the book, …

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A medieval manuscript describes the wonders of the world

Tales of foreign places, medieval folklore and travels around the world – it sounds magical, doesn’t it? Getty’s last manuscript, The wonders of the world bookoffers a fascinating insight into the mindset of medieval Europeans about distant peoples and places. Produced in France between around 1465 and 1470 by the …

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Tokyo’s Manuscript Writing Cafe won’t let you go until you finish your novel. ‹ Literary Center

April 12, 2022, 12:30 p.m. Cafes can be nice places to grab a coffee and a snack while you noodle with your writing project, but what they’ve long lacked is cold, tough responsibility. Well, no more, thanks to The Manuscript Writing Cafe! The Tokyo Cafe was designed to help writers …

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Introducing the two Pub Club winning manuscript authors for this semester: Haley Souders and DS Oswald

Junior Haley Souders and senior DS Oswald are this semester’s manuscript winners for Wilde Pressa Pub Club imprint that publishes two 50-80 page manuscripts per semester. Gabrielle Jonikas, one of the editors-in-chief and co-president of the Pub Club, explained the history of Wilde Press in an interview with The Beacon. …

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Page from Mamluk-era Quran manuscript sold at Sotheby’s auction

TEHRAN (IQNA) – Sotheby’s held an auction titled “Art from the Islamic World and India, including Luxurious Carpets” in March. Many archaeological artifacts were sold, including a large page from the Quran in Muhaqqaq script on pink paper, dating to the Mamluk era in Egypt around 728 AH / 1327 …

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Mushafs centenary manuscripts will be exhibited for the first time

Mushafs centenary manuscripts will be exhibited for the first time Hundreds of years of magnificent Mushafs manuscripts, which contain samples of the pinnacle of book arts such as calligraphy, illumination, bookbinding and marbling, will be exhibited at Istanbul AKM Gallery. Presidency of the Institution of Manuscripts affiliated with the Ministry …

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West African manuscript culture may finally be getting the attention it deserves

Mali’s ancient Timbuktu manuscripts were back in the headlines following internet giant Google’s initiative to house a collection of them in an online gallery. Images of the documents, text in Arabic, are on a page titled Mali Magic. No place in West Africa has attracted more attention and resources than …

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A manuscript by the Yiddish writer ‘Shomer’ | The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com | Israel Mizrahi | 22 Adar II 5782 – March 25, 2022

Photo credit: Israel Mizrahi I was fortunate enough to recently acquire a beautiful handwritten manuscript of an original work that appears to have been prepared for printing but never went to press. The manuscript is a Hebrew translation from the Yiddish The Katorshznik, containing short stories by Nahum Meïr Schaikewitz …

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Heads of Roman Imperial Women and a French Manuscript Join the Getty Museum Collection

The J. Paul Getty Museum adds to the collection two exceptional marble heads of young Roman women and a mid-15th century French illuminated manuscript highlighting medieval Western European views of civilizations around the world. “The two heads of young women are outstanding examples of Roman portraiture from the Imperial period. …

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In Somerset, Kubla Khan: Coleridge’s manuscript returns to the source of the poem | Samuel Taylor Coleridge

More than two centuries after Samuel Taylor Coleridge awoke from a drug-induced daydream – if the story is to be believed completely – to write his great poem Kubla Khan, the only version of the work by the hand of the writer came back around the corner. southwest England that …

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Two Rare Manuscript Copies of Nezami’s Khamseh Displayed at Mashhad Exhibition

TEHRAN — Two rare handwritten copies of Persian poet Nezami Ganjavi’s Khamseh dating from nearly 650 years ago were on display at an exhibition in Mashhad on Sunday. The ongoing exhibition at the Astan-e Quds Razavi Museum and Library is a prelude to a massive program Iran plans to hold …

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Letter from the editor: Want to write a book? I submitted my manuscript and if I can do it, you can too | Letter from the editor

Almost four years ago, I finally started writing the book that had marinated in my head for years before I finally put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard). Over the years, the book has taken many forms, approaches and titles. I shared my ideas with very few people, but …

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RTL Today – Beloved children’s book: ‘Little Prince’ manuscript visits France for the first time

The manuscript of the “Little Prince” travels to France for the first time this week as part of an exhibition dedicated to its legendary author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The pilot-explorer wrote his beloved tale of an extraterrestrial prince and his interstellar travels while in exile in the United States in …

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QNL Launches Online Course on Combating Art and Manuscript Trafficking

Doha: The Qatar National Library (QNL) yesterday launched an online course on “Fighting Art Trafficking: A Special Focus on Manuscripts”, as part of its role as a regional center for International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) for the Preservation and Preservation of Heritage Materials for Arab Countries and …

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Handwritten manuscript of the “Little Prince” exhibited in Paris for the first time

A manuscript of The Little Prince has been presented for the first time in France at an exhibition exploring the works of legendary author and pilot Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, revealing much about his imagination, AFP reported. Presented until June 26 at the Museum of Decorative Arts, “Meeting the Little Prince” …

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The manuscript of the “Little Prince” visits France for the first time

Published on: 02/16/2022 – 13:24 Paris (AFP)- The manuscript of the “Little Prince” travels to France for the first time this week as part of an exhibition dedicated to its legendary author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The pilot-explorer wrote his beloved tale of an extraterrestrial prince and his interstellar travels while …

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ONLINE: James Baldwin’s Creative Process: Theorizing the 1941 Manuscript of “Allez le dire sur la montagne” – Isthmus

Press release: Jacqueline Goldsby is the keynote speaker for the 2021-22 Great World Texts in Wisconsin student conference, taking place Monday, April 4, 2022. This year, high school teachers and students across the state will read and engage with James Weldon Johnson’s 1912 novel The autobiography of an ex-man of …

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The manuscript of the “Little Prince” visits France for the first time – Art & Culture

Hugues Honoré (AFP) Paris, France ● Wed, February 16, 2022 2022-02-16 23:30 160 22dc95a23fb944820adae5904f296ad3 2 Art & Culture Book,Le-Petit-Prince,manuscript,exhibition,author,France Free The manuscript of The little Prince travels to France for the first time this week for an exhibition dedicated to its legendary author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The pilot-explorer wrote his …

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David Karpeles is remembered for his legacy, his collection of manuscripts

COURTESY PHOTODavid Karpeles co-founded the Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum with his wife Marsha. David Karpeles, who co-founded the Karpeles Manuscript Library, was a Santa Barbara historian, scholar, and entrepreneur known for his accomplishments that benefited Santa Barbara County and the nation. His life began at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, where …

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Author Milne’s war predictions manuscript set to fetch £600 at auction | History | New

The creator of Winnie the Pooh made a series of bold predictions in his writings, written on December 31, 1943. Milne predicted that a full-scale invasion would be launched across the English Channel by April 7, 1944. He was absent for two months when the Normandy landings began on June …

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Book Manuscript Workshops | We every day

Wouldn’t it be helpful if a group of people read your book manuscript and discuss it with you? [Sculpture by Stephen Doyle] Although it is not unusual to ask friends and colleagues for feedback on one’s manuscript, and although sometimes people hold graduate seminars that focus largely on their current …

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Crypto Bros Sink $3 Million In Rare ‘Dune’ Manuscript Thought It Bought Adaptation Rights

A collective of cryptocurrency fans, who last year raised 2.66 million euros ($3 million) to buy a rare copy of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s never-before-made adaptation of the novel “Dune”, was criticized for their ambitious plans to use their manuscript for the story bible to create their own “Dune” empire. The legendary …

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Mystery solved? FBI arrests suspect in manuscript theft scam

Margaret Atwood, pictured in 2019, was allegedly the target of an alleged scam to steal unpublished manuscripts NEW YORK — A mystery that has rocked the literary world for years — the theft of hundreds of unpublished manuscripts by distinguished authors — may finally be about to be solved. In …

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More questions than answers arise as a manuscript thief is caught

A five-year-old mystery has been (largely) solved, as the FBI yesterday arrested Italian citizen and British publisher Filippo Bernardini for impersonation and fraud. (Here is the same story in The Guardianin case you too have reached your NYT story limit.) This is such a bizarre case, and the arrest answers …

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FBI arrests suspect in unpublished manuscript phishing scam

A man has been arrested in connection with a phishing scam that stole and attempted to steal hundreds of unpublished book manuscripts from authors including Margaret Atwood and Ethan Hawke. As reported by The New York Times, Filippo Bernardini, 29, an Italian citizen, was arrested by the FBI on Wednesday …

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The court orders the return of the manuscript

Cut: The Cuttack Commercial Court today handed down a landmark decision in the case of the publication of the autobiography of Byasakabi Fakir Mohan Senapati, the legendary writer from Odisha. The court ordered the person who had taken charge of the publication of the autobiography to return the poet’s handwritten …

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Podcast: An ancient Ayurvedic manuscript discovered in China

Monks spread both Buddhism and Indian medical knowledge by walking along the Silk Road. Photo: Welcome Collection On the treacherous Karakoram Pass between India and China, a hulking Pathan axed to death a Scottish trader in 1888. The murderer ate a meal and slept in his victim’s tent. The next …

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An ancient Ayurvedic manuscript discovered in China

On the treacherous Karakoram Pass between India and China, a hulking Pathan axed to death a Scottish trader in 1888. The murderer ate a meal and slept in his victim’s tent. The next day he disappeared. More than a year later, British officer Hamilton Bower set out to find him. …

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Ancient manuscript preserved from time [PHOTO]

December 7, 2021 2:16 p.m. (UTC+04:00) 1,368 By Laman Ismayilova Miniature art occupies a major place in the country’s history. For hundreds of years it has not lost its charm and beauty. The miniatures, painted for “Varga and Gulsha”, are considered some of the early models of this art in …

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The original manuscript of the Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling in 1000 copies | Latest India News

[ad_1] Rachel Lopez [email protected] In Rudyard Kipling’s mind, The Jungle Book wasn’t quite a pretty Disney story. The forest was darker, more threatening. Bagheera, who was caged like a little one, trusted humans even less. Baloo, a friend, was still a wild animal. And Shere Khan, Mowgli’s nemesis, was the …

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Found ancient Icelandic manuscript and death linked to COVID-19

Covid numbers are still high in Iceland, with some signs of plateauing. A man died of COVID-19 this week in Iceland, meaning 35 people have now died in the pandemic since the start. Our latest Covid coverage can be found here. Geologists expect flooding in the south after an ice …

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Oldest surviving Scottish manuscript will return to Aberdeen for the first time in 1,000 years

Scotland’s oldest surviving manuscript is to return to where it was written – for the first time in 1,000 years. The Book of Deer was written in Aberdeenshire around AD 900 and contains the world’s oldest example of Scottish Gaelic written in its margins. It is a rare example of …

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Einstein’s manuscript, with sketches of the theory of relativity, sold for 13 million dollars | world news

A manuscript co-authored by Albert Einstein, offering rare insight into the legendary physicist’s thinking leading to his theory of general relativity, was auctioned on Tuesday for 11.7 million euros ($13.17 million) . The auction house Christie’s had estimated the value of the manuscript between 2 and 3 million euros. The …

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Albert Einstein: A rare manuscript at auction

At an auction in Paris, bidders are hoping to get their hands on a scientific manuscript that details a key step in the development of Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. The document is estimated at between 2 and 3 million euros ($2.2 and 3.4 million), making it the most valuable …

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Einstein’s handwritten manuscript sold at auction in Paris

fast news The manuscript on the theory of general relativity contains preparatory work for the realization of the signature of the physicist and it is considered the most valuable manuscript of Einstein ever put up for auction. The amount of the auction exceeds Christie’s expectations between 2.3 and 3.4 million …

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Scotland’s oldest surviving manuscript returns home after 1,000 years

The Book of Deer is a rare example of a pocket gospel book and was produced for personal use rather than church services. It is believed to have been written in Aberdeenshire around AD 900. Register to our History and Heritage newsletter The text is in Latin, but the book …

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Rare Einstein manuscript will fetch millions

PARIS: A rare manuscript by theoretical physicist Albert Einstein goes under the hammer in Paris on Tuesday, with auctioneers aiming for a stratospheric price. The manuscript, containing preparatory work for Einstein’s key achievement, the theory of relativity, is estimated at between two and three million euros ($2.3-3.4 million), according to …

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Rare Einstein manuscript set to fetch up to £2.5million in Paris

A rare manuscript by Albert Einstein containing preparatory work for his theory of relativity could fetch up to £2.5million at auction this week. The 54-page “Einstein-Besso Manuscript” was handwritten in 1913 and 1914 in Zurich, Switzerland, by 34-year-old Einstein and his friend, Swiss engineer Michele Besso. It is estimated to …

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Wilson Library acquires biblical and Islamic manuscript created by Omar ibn Said

The newly acquired manuscript, created in 1856, is a document addressed by Omar ibn Said to his slaver, James Owen. It contains an Islamic blessing and two biblical texts: the 51st psalm and the Our Father. Eighteen examples of similar documents written by Said are currently known. According to John …

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Original manuscript page of Sherlock Holmes novel ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ fetches Rs 3.13 crore

A manuscript page from the original manuscript of the Sherlock Holmes novel The Hound of the Baskervilles Highlights Manuscript page from The Hound of the Baskervilles manuscript sold for $423,000 The page is titled “Chapter XIII, Mending the Nets” The first page of the surviving …

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Kevin and Sadie’s original manuscript will be on display at the Linen Hall Library

An original manuscript of Kevin and Sadie’s iconic book series is to be displayed at the Linen Hall Library in Belfast as part of its extraORDINARYwomen project. Written by Scottish author Joan Lingard, Across the Barricades was the second book in the series, which told the story of Protestant Sadie …

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Copper-plate manuscript on Sabarimala recovered from Monson’s forgery: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan

The Archaeological Survey of India has been engaged to verify the authenticity of the items which were in the possession of the alleged fake antiquities dealer Monson Mavunkal. The Archaeological Survey of India has been engaged to verify the authenticity of the items which were in the possession of the …

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John B Keane’s original manuscript of Sive discovered

[ad_1] The original manuscript of John B Keane’s play Sive, which was sent to and rejected by the Abbey Theater, has been discovered. One of Keane’s best-loved and performed works, the manuscript was found in a garage sale in Cork City and has been on display at the Kerry Writers’ …

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Manuscript reveals battle between Greeks and Goths at Thermopylae

[ad_1] The Thermopyles site. Credit: Fkerasar / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 3.0 An ancient manuscript that was recently revealed indicates that in 262 BC there was another battle at Thermopylae which essentially saved Greece from the Goths. In 2007, Jana Grusková, PhD, of Masaryk University, discovered a manuscript fragment …

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A page from the original manuscript of The Hound of the Baskerville is on sale for £ 145,000

[ad_1] One of the 37 surviving pages of the original manuscript of The Hound of the Baskerville is on sale for £ 145,000 A single handwritten page of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle sells for £ 145,000 The rare manuscript is from Sherlock Holmes’ novel, The Hound of the Baskervilles This …

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Here is the original manuscript of the NYC street grid plan

Early Manhattan grew organically as residents settled on the southern tip of an island filled with hills, cliffs, streams, and wetlands. Individuals built streets around private land boundaries and natural barriers such as creeks, creating a tangle of roads familiar to anyone who has explored neighborhoods like Greenwich Village. But …

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500-year-old Aztec manuscript is the first written evidence of earthquakes in the Americas

[ad_1] A 16th-century Aztec manuscript that describes the earliest written evidence of earthquakes in the Americas has been discovered in Mexico. The manuscript highlights 12 earthquakes in the Codex Telleriano-Remensis, a pre-Hispanic system of symbols and colors created by trained specialists called tlacuilos, which translates to “those who write paintings”. …

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PUBLISH to make Korea National Treasure NFT, Hangul Manuscript ‘Hunminjeongeum Haerye’

[ad_1] PUBLISH announced that it has been retained by the Kansong Art Museum to implement the technical solution for the conversion of the Haerye edition of Hunminjeongeum to NFT (non-fungible tokens). The Haerye edition of the Hunminjeongeum The Hunminjeongeum (“Appropriate Sounds to Educate the People” in English) is a manuscript …

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