The poetic production of Wisława Szymborska, although modest in quantity, about 350 published poems, was always highly appreciated by critics and readers. In it, we can appreciate the great personal and intellectual evolution of its author; a woman whose history was entangled by the German occupation during World War II.
Scarlett O’Hara is one of those characters in the history of cinema that have been engraved on our retina. Despite the passage of time, the character can not be more current. In this article, we approach some of the most interesting aspects of the eternal protagonist of Gone with the Wind.
How did a Harvard graduate hide in the forest to prepare acts of terrorism? Available on Netflix, the Manhunt series: Unabomber tells the long quest of American terrorist Ted Kaczynski, from the late 70s to the mid-90s.
Carl Hovlan strongly believed that, if the media could change opinions and attitudes in the audience, they could be considered an effective tool in social matters as serious as prejudices or stereotypes.
Yayoi Kusama is the living Japanese artist who continues captivating us every day with her works. From his relationship with pop art, to his writing and mental health, everything that surrounds the figure of Kusama has given a lot to talk about.
Surely the most enigmatic character of the, already enigmatic, Russia of the early twentieth was Rasputin. Authentic paradigm of his time, and symptom of the disease that dragged a belittling Romanov dynasty, once glorious.
Maya Angelou grew up as a girl who decided to stop talking after being raped. A small bird caged in its own silence. But, one day, the bird began to sing and spread its wings and, from that moment, nothing could stop it.
Today we approach the life and work of one of the most acclaimed playwrights of all time. A brilliant author who knew success, but saw his life completely fall apart when he was imprisoned for his homosexual status during the hypocritical and moralist Victorian era.
Chopin was a Polish composer who marked the world of the piano. With romantic compositions and very delicate, his works are still represented in all parts of the world. Discover what makes this musician a genius.
Salvador Dalí is an unmistakable figure of surrealism and art in general. Eccentric, crazy, bizarre, but, without a doubt, extremely talented; Salvador Dalí made his mark in the artistic world and left an imprint that is still very much alive today.
Umberto Eco is one of the most interesting thinkers of the 20th century in Europe. His work spanned several fields and, perhaps, is world-renowned for his novel The Name of the Rose. But Eco contributed much more, was a pioneer in the field of semiotics and cultural studies. Do you want to discover the keys to your thinking?
Considered for years the “black sheep” of the Thai royal family for its marriage to a foreigner and then aupada to national film stardom, the princess Ubolratana Mahidol, sister of the king of Thailand, could become the next prime minister of the Asian country.
Pablo Pineda suffers from Down syndrome, but this characteristic has not prevented him from entering university and overcoming the obstacles that are often associated with this genetic alteration. He is the first university graduate with Down syndrome in Europe.
The life of Jean-Michel Basquiat was marked by an almost superhuman desire to express himself through painting and, at the same time, by a strong self-destructive feeling that led him to die early, when he was 27 years old. Today we discover how the work of this artist was born in the bowels of New York.
Michael Ende wrote with a single purpose: to take the children to new worlds where to find magical and fun situations. Also to get adults to reflect on the social metaphors that it conveyed in its pages.