Articles for Tag

American literature

Never stop going: travels with Hemingway

26/05/2021 by Elena Tonus
The American writer Ernest Hemingway was always hungry for travel, discovery, faraway countries and different cultures. He was photographed on dozens of...

Self-help for desperate teachers

09/03/2021 by Emma Blondett
...After all, we teachers are not too different from the pupils we want to teach.

Follow Tom and David!

14/09/2020 by Elena Tonus
Growing up is a great effort. Every day you have new experiences, there are new responsibilities, adults begin to make many demands. Sometimes it’s...

781 Million!

07/09/2020 by Gina D.B. Clemen
It’s a big number, isn’t it? That’s the number of people in the world who are illiterate—young people and adults. They can’t read or write! It’s...

English literature and the A-Z of love

03/02/2020 by Victoria Heward
A Love at first sight – Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen) Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy are one of the best loved romantic couples in English literature....

Spotlight on… The Last of the Mohicans

15/11/2018 by Victoria Heward
Every trail has its end, and every calamity brings its lesson! from The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper   The Last of the Mohicans:...