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Lost for decades but found in 1995, Mireille Havet‘s diary represents a great discovery in the light of depicting life in the 1920s. But, was Mireille Havet definable? At the … Continue reading
On Wednesday a new pope was elected: Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio is now Pope Francis (not “Francis I“, as he still is the first and only with that name), the 266th … Continue reading
Among the innovative avant-garde movements that rose in popularity in the first decades of the twentieth century, Futurism was always seen as the major force in the bunch. Even retrospectively, … Continue reading
When we’re driven by the need to read one specific novel, what are we really looking for? Are we trying to get lost or do we, on the other hand, … Continue reading
With the advent of technology our whole world has speeded up. A small click and we can make purchases, view photos, listen to music, watch videos and much more. Our … Continue reading
As Paris celebrates the Journées européennes du Livre russe et des Littératures russophones (literally, “The European Days for the Russian Book and Russophone Literatures“), why not dedicate a post to … Continue reading
Every time I read accounts on the Great War, I stumble upon nicknames that seem to appear out of nowhere, but sound as if they had been lingering in folklore … Continue reading