Articles for Tag

British literature

Resilience: a word for women

24/11/2020 by Elena Tonus
[Resilience: In psychology, the ability of an individual to cope with and overcome a traumatic event or period of difficulty.]

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...

Words defining the magic of nature

26/08/2020 by Elena Tonus
Poets, writers and philosophers have always described and celebrated nature, one of the greatest and most exciting sources of inspiration. Why is it that...

On the road, in the company of a classic

22/07/2020 by Elena Tonus
The Middle Age is a period often remembered, among its various aspects, because it was a time of pilgrimages, in which people walked (the richer ones...

A dangerous Valentine’s card

11/02/2020 by Victoria Heward
Bathsheba Everdene and the most dangerous Valentine’s card in English Literature   One of the most complicated love stories in English literature...