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I also had that wrong dream, my real dream maybe because I'm good at languages ?? to be able to become someone else in Italy and France because of my command of the language.
I was immediately seduced by this culture, not in the sense of high culture but in the fundamental way people behaved towards one another.
My idea was to go to Vienna to study conducting and perhaps first play in an orchestra. So before I went to Vienna, I could do some training in Paris.
Well, I had this little idea I started writing at the age of eleven, writing poetry. I was passionately addicted to it. it was my big refuge through adolescence.
My father was a member of the Teamsters Union in California, where he helped organize better health care for workers. My mother worked for more than 20 years on an assembly line.
I was stationed at Norfolk, Virginia, for a moment, about which the least said was best, then I was in the Mediterranean, about which the most was the best.
It's true that I had an extremely delicious life, but it was my life at home, and maybe because I was just a child or for whatever reason, I found the company of others, especially boys, quite terrifying and overwhelming.
Well, what I like the most about poetry is that in good poems, the dislocation of words, that is to say the distance between what they say and what they say is to its maximum.
I hope more people will be optimistic about Latino's position. How we emerged and there will be more women, women of color, especially Latinas, who will get involved
Typically, during a recession, particular groups suffer from higher unemployment rates African Americans, Latinos and, in some cases, other minority groups. If you do not have a high level of training or education, you will fall into this category.
I grew up in a modest neighborhood just outside Los Angeles. It was an industrial community of blue collar workers, workers ... among the most hard working workers I have ever met.
I thought Cheever was beautiful and if I could write like him, it would be the best I could do. And then I realized that what I really wanted to write had nothing to do with what he was doing.
What I wanted to do and what I had to do was something completely different, and when I read Roussel, I learned that I could do what I wanted on my own and that I did not have to rely on what was was really spent in my limited lifetime and reading.
Well, I'm going to tell you that one of the things I'm proud of is someone from southern California who did not grow up around the coal mines. I learned a lot on the tragic day when we lost 29 miners in Upper Big Branch. coal mine.
I think that President Obama wanted to have the qualifications for his various positions in the government, and I think that experience matters most to him. In my case, I am working to improve the overall quality of life for families who work for most of my adult life, and I think this has been a good experience for the president.
I considered becoming a secretary of labor as a wonderful opportunity to advance the policies I fought for all my life and had to grasp them.