The most interesting of the phrases of Bertrand Russell is the casual tone they contain. It is not often that a thinker of his scrolls leaves a legacy that can be appreciated by all. There is great wisdom in their aphorisms.
Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most recognized geniuses of literature worldwide; and not only for his work, but also for his turbulent life, his death and the mysterious visits of a possible admirer to his tomb.
Many things have been said about Edgar Allan Poe. That he was a buried murderer, a perverse being and a perfect vicious. In fact it was someone who lived a tragic existence, while maintaining a sensitivity beyond the ordinary.
Antoine de Saint-Exupery was a writer and also an adventurer. He loved aviation as much as literature. His muse was Consuelo Carrillo, a Salvadoran artist who inspired the character of the rose in his great work, The Little Prince.
This story about serenity tells us about those combats that occur in daily life and that, sometimes, surprise us. Being weak or being strong is a matter of perspectives.
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Tolkien’s life is as inspiring as his work. The creator of the immense mythology of Middle-earth went through many avatars that inspired part of his creation.
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.
The work of Eduardo Galeano has a special magic. His is history, but also chronicle and poetry. He defended the right to think and feel at the same time, refusing any pretense of objectivity.
Sappho of Lesbos was a woman silenced by time, by censorship and by history. It is part, along with other men, of the list of the nine lyric poets of Greece, its importance is indisputable. We intend to unearth their verses, reread them and never again be silenced. Will you accompany us to discover this unusual woman?
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz is one of the most interesting figures in Latin America and the seventeenth century. Not only for his great work as a poet, but also for the values of rebellion, disobedience and struggle for equality that he embodied in himself. A woman well ahead of her time, who did not fit into the molds that society tried to impose on her.
Dracula is one of the most read novels of all time, initiator of vampire stories that still fascinate us today. The man on whom Bram Stoker was inspired even went beyond the cruelty of the vampire count.
Several famous people of history whose upheavals did not prevent them from transcending.
Albert Camus left this world in an early and dramatic way. However, his legacy remains a literary refuge to discover, how the absurd intermingles with hope by showing us the ability to excel that resides in the human being.
Humboldt is one of the great characters of modernity, one of the last great scholars. Determined to discover the world, he was the first great explorer in Latin America. His trips contributed to a better understanding of the flora, fauna and climates of the world.