The writer of "Jesus and Magdalene," João Cerqueira, has already published eight books, but he still makes a lot of beginner mistakes.
Summer is the perfect time to catch up on all those books you've wanted to read for so long. Here's my summer list!
Last week I told you all about some frustrations regarding my bachelor thesis. This Friday, I finally submitted it, so I can finally tell you all the details about my work!
Literary studies can be very subjective, so how do you keep confident about your own academic skills?
The Beat on Ruby's Street, a book about a young girl growing up with Beat poets, turned out very different than I expected.
When you read a lot, it is unavoidable to be influenced by the world these books create. This is not always a bad thing, but how do you make sure you keep a grip on reality?
As a former student of Greek and Latin, I have a soft spot for classical literature. If you want to start reading more classical works, here's a selection of books to get you started!
Max Havelaar is one of the big classics of Dutch literature, but was writer Multatuli really as noble as everybody thinks?
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.