Tag: Literature

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Clarice Lispector: The Brazilian Writer Who Challenged Established Structures

To understand Clarice Lispector is to take a leap; like every great leap, it is scary yet liberating. ...
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Women Who Run with the Wolves: Towards an Instinctive Reunion.

Far from the accounts, they used to tell girls in the 90s, perhaps wisdom was to be found ...
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Lucia Berlin: the charm of the ordinary

Lucia Berlin was an American writer born in Juneau, the capital city of the state of Alaska, on ...
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It’s March 2022… Is The Winter’s ‘Tail’ behind us – ...

Shakespeare… To teach or not to teach: that is the question English teachers are deliberating cancelling Shakespeare due ...
FeminismsSexuality and Gender

Simone de Beauvoir and a brief overview of her life ...

by Nuala Szler, translated by David Crowe “One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman” declared Simone ...
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700 Years of Dante Alighieri

Originally by Nuala Szler; Translated by David Crowe The year 2021 ended as much in hope as it ...
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LOVE THROUGH LETTERS: VIRGINIA WOOLF AND VITA SACKVILLE-WEST

Love relationships that don’t comply with society’s hegemonic standards have been censored and harassed for ages and as ...
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Gays The Word: London’s Safe Space For Queer Bookworms

Recently, I went on a trip to London, and amongst the many tourist spots I had planned, there ...