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Literature

Fossils, adventures and other forms of curiosity

19/01/2021 by Emma Blondett
How Jules Verne's masterpiece can still be useful to learn something about life.

The Power of Poetry

13/01/2021 by Samuel John Williams
Claire is a seven year old girl, she has a dog and lives by the sea. Through her stories about her daily life we discover the true power of poetry...

Finding a Home

07/01/2021 by Samuel John Williams
To start a new year, a great dialogue on the importance of letting people feel at home.

Doctor Jekyll and Mr. HIV

30/11/2020 by Emma Blondett
You get distracted for a moment, and a virus comes back to rub his hands and multiply, to cover the world with his shadow.

It and beyond

03/11/2020 by Elena Tonus
Since mankind appeared on Earth and began to create the first settlements, he has always assumed the presence of unknown worlds and peoples.

From Beowulf to Ken Follett

06/10/2020 by Elena Tonus
There is no other historical age like the Middle Ages that maintains its charm unchanged. Even the first words that evoke it capture each one’s attention:...