Tag: literature

Cheap shots: Dystopian worlds genuinely better than ours in 2020

The coronavirus global police state has taken us by surprise. Locked down, locked in ...

Albert Camus: An icon for uncertain times

Reading does not require much; a quiet place to sit, good lightening, maybe a ...

Literature without Borders: Festival of Italian Literature in London

E&M’s Nicoletta Enria sat down with award-winning author Marco Mancassola to chat about the ...

Cultural libraries

I grew up with the word ‘culture’ resounding in my head. My mum, a ...

Projecting A Past: Aleksandar Hemon’s The Lazarus Project

While it is obvious that writers are shaped and influenced by their environment, their ...

The EU through the fantasticist looking glass

Could the EU become a Communist Federation? Read what Sci-fi authors have been speculating. ...

Translation as a Crucial Means for Understanding in Europe

On the importance of translation as a method for assuring the continual process of ...

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Study like… Goethe-and-Schiller

The master of the dramatic. The Poet Duke of German literature. Two-headed he stands ...

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