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  • yvonne williams

    Authors & Poets. Circles of influence - Shakespeare, Hemingway, Lord Byron, Tolstoy, Voltaire. Writing graphic. Book Love.

  • Arete Digital Imaging

    How Creative People In History Have Inspired Each Other [Chart] ‎#creative ‎#design ‎#business ‎#marketing ‎#aretedi

  • Aiam Nut

    "For art criticism we need people who would show the senselessness of looking for ideas in a work of art, and who instead would continually guide readers in that endless labyrinth of linkages that makes up the stuff of art, and bring them to the laws that serve as the foundation for those linkages.” - quote from a Leo Tolstoy letter in the book’s epigraph

  • Erin Salinas

    Circles of Influence #writers #books #illustration

  • Oh Là Là

    Circulo de influencias / Circles of influence

  • HUHS Library Media Center

    Influence of Literature on Writers!

  • the food poet

    "Circles of Influence" is tracing the creative debt of a web of writers, philosophers, and scientists. Fascinating and makes me want to explore each connection. | wendy macnaughton

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