Love can easily be confused with cholera, with only one exemption: one who has contracted cholera doesn’t have a lot of time. And those who have contracted love, seem to have too much of it. Doesn’t everybody have a moment in which […]
Food is an important factor in human existence. We need it to live, it’s as simple as that, and the remains of food and kitchens can tell us a great deal about the people in the past. And that’s what Consider the Fork goes […]
Known as the second installment in the critically acclaimed “Simon-verse” of Becky Albertalli, Leah on the Offbeat can easily be read as a standalone. A standalone that focuses on the stigma of female bisexuality, and the struggles that come with coming out and femininity. Coming […]
Absurdity is the real of children, according to some. But Lewis Carroll has shown different as Alice Adventure’s in Wonderland remains a classic and part of the “to be read in a lifetime” lists. I never read Alice Adventure’s in Wonderland as a child, and I […]
Tea, it is a common beverage that not all my like but all do know it. It has been poured for such a long time that mankind’s history seems intertwined with it. However, the significance of the drink goes even deeper than […]
Travel literature is a tricky business, especially when you’ve traveled half the world already and seem to be a tad cynical. Unlike Theroux’ other work, Dark Star Safari is a lot more about people and problems than about travel. Let’s start with the obvious: […]
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