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In the process of reading Virginia Woolf’s novels and essays you just can’t ignore the fact that she was part of the most controversial group in 1930s England: the Bloomsbury … Continue reading
I studied French when I was a teenager. I knew nothing about languages. Nor was I too focused on the true facts that I was taught during History classes. Yeah, … Continue reading
It’s not too long ago that most people had no idea what the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood was. It was only in the last few decades that this collective was given the … Continue reading
Being a book lover, I cannot stop formulating book theories. I love the way books stand next to each other, how they form beautiful and colourful blocks and lines of … Continue reading
Just a hundred and twelve years ago she was still on the throne. Head of a global empire where the sun never sets, Queen Victoria was and still is one … Continue reading
Pardonnez-moi for the pun on the title of Charles Darwin’s famous publication, but I really mean to analyse the rise of the ebook and what direction it is going to … Continue reading
Untranslatable words are so charming, aren’t they? It’s like knowing you’ve just found a precious in a box but you can’t seem to find the key to open the box! … Continue reading