The literary importance of C. P. Cavafy lies not only in his knowledge of so many subjects and in the large number of his poems, prose pieces and translations. Through short, precise verses, with very few words, he could create an entire world and wisely ask the reader some important questions. “And if you can’t […]
In the twentieth century, author Marguerite Yourcenar gave Hadrian a new voice in order to narrate his life.
A short animation on the words of Aristophanes about the origin of Eros.
A quote of Yehudi Menuhin
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Being still is a metaphor for wanting to be free more than anything else.
«Sophie’s world»: a 1991 novel by Norwegian writer Jostein Gaarder met with enormous success worldwide.
Instead of just telling stories to our children, what if we let them participate in them–or even create them themselves?
Here are some humorous but true pieces of advice to you, budding writer!
these are two very important books that I happened to read as today we are reminded of the Armenian genocide. I’m not sure why people just remembered the Armenian genocide at this particular moment in time. The only thing I know is that 2012 marks 90 years after the black 1922, the most terrible year in Greek recent history.