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From the book: In the Name of the Rose / Umberto Eco Poem

From the book: In the Name of the Rose / Umberto Eco

Red rose growing in the meadow,
you vaunt yourself bravely
bathed in crimson and carmine:
a rich and fragrant show.
But no: Being fair,
You will be unhappy soon
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Posted: Nov 25, 2017

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Comments (2)

  • harveysingh91
    harveysingh91 Nov 25 Munich, Bayern Germany
    To bad Mr. Eco passed away last year...

    In the Name of the Rose was his Magnum Opus...

    He also wrote The number zero in his final years ....have you read that...
  • CachuchiHidden Profile
    CachuchiHidden ProfileOP Nov 25 unknown, Navarra Spain
    Hi Harvey, no I haven´t, read second book from Eco (besides his very best, or at least it´s what they say) but I´m not able to remember which one, guess I just have to check his bibliography to figure it out but truth is I can hardly remember its cover no a single word from the name :(

    Checked a review from "Numero Zero" and found it in .pdf sounds appealing to me, thank you for stopping by and that tip wave

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