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Re-writing History to Celebrate the Forgotten Heroes

History can be resurrected from the dead, made alive in new ways and directions. History is what we make of it. We encourage you to blog about our true heroes from long ago who gave their lives for their people, for justice, for the generations to come, in the best way that they saw fit.

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Taillevent's Jura Mountains 1430, Sheer Rock Faces

 Michault Taillevent, a poet for the Duke of Burgundy, traveled through the Jura Mountains in 1430 and left us with his personal reflections, his horrified reaction to the sheer rock faces, and the terrifying thunderous cascades of mountain streams. exercised his talent in a wide range of modes and genres.



Each of Taillevent's many extant works is virtually in a category by itself. Simply to sample the tone and style of each is to become aware of an admirable diversity, achieved apparently, for the most part, within the bounds of the common poetic domain.




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