How do you handle the fact that you'll never be able to read everything you want to read?
Although Lissabon might be your first choice if you want to visit literary places in Portugal, Porto has some great things as well. Be sure to check opening times so you won’t have to stand in front of a closed door at the museum of Romanticism, like I did.
I just returned from Portugal yesterday and I loved it. I knew nothing of Portuguese literature but I visited so many literary spots and I’m such a big fan now! So if you ever want to visit Lisbon, here are the best literary places to go.
Scott Kauffman's "Revenants: The Odyssey Home" tells a very moving story featuring war traumas from the first World War and the Vietnam war, although there are some gaps in the plot.
Looking for a literary gift? I made a list of my favourite webshops for bibliophiles!
I’m lucky enough to be in a position where I get to look at a lot of poetry by beginning poets. Georgia Lundeen’s book of poems "Spare" is actually pretty good.
"Everything is Normal: Life and Times of a Soviet Kid" claims to be both a memoir and a social history, telling about the youth of author Sergey Grechishkin during the 70s and the 80s in the Soviet Union. In short, thematic chapters, he takes us through Soviet society as experienced by a child.
Last week I was forced to read a book on an e-reader. I did not like it.
Shakespeare and Company is not just one of the most cosy bookstores in the world, it also has a long literary history. Read all about what makes this store so unique.
The phrase "So it goes" appears 106 times in Kurt Vonnegut's novel "Slaughterhouse-Five". But what does it mean?