Secret Meetings. Paradoxical thoughts. Anger, so much anger: With not only yourself and your impulsive actions - but your marriage. Your secret lover. With Russian society. The world, even.
These are some of the feelings that Anna Karenina, who Tolstoy named the novel after, feels
An unexpected challenge I have found in recent years is choosing books that not only looked interesting, but also by reading them, would allow me to develop as a person. The difficulty was stepping out of my comfort zone when it came to literature -
The tragic love story of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is famously immortalised through the declaration that:
"A rose by any other name would smell as sweet".
However, in my most recent revisiting of the play it has come to my attention that in regards to the play's full
"Everyone sees what you appear to be; few really know what you are"
Born in Florence in 1469, Niccolò di Bernado Machiavelli grew up in an Italy dominated by many works of history and philosophy, most noticeably an entire tradition of artistic works known as "mirrors for princes" that almost acted as
In this difficult time, It can be quite hard to focus on anything other than the news of the epidemic, or any updates on the lock-down - which is why I decided to compile a list of 8 brilliant books which I've read (and re-read!)
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