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Virginia Woolf

More on Fyodor Dostoevsky’s writing - Fyodor Pavlovich (FP): ‘…I’d put an end to that little monastery of yours. Take all this mysticism and abolish it at once all over the Russian land, and finally bring all the fools to reason. And think how much silver,
The Happy Prince – Oscar Wilde (adapted and directed by Orson Welles) - When I was a child, I used to play this record incessantly.  Today, as a 45 year old man, it still brings a tear to my eye! It remains the most beautiful and heart-wrenching fable I have ever had the
‘The Future of War video’ and Political Grace (The art of disagreeing well) - I think anyone who uses social media needs to see this video especially right up until the end because in a sense the future of war most definitely will involve each one of us. If you haven’t got time to
Breath – Tim Winton (A classic Australian novel) - “It’s funny, but you never really think much about breathing. Until it’s all you ever think about.” ― Tim Winton, Breath Tim Winton is Australia’s most-lauded novelist. He has won Australia’s highest literary merit the Miles Franklin Award an unprecedented
Virginia Woolf’s Final Letter and To the Lighthouse - Virginia Woolf’s final letter was found by her husband Leonard on the day she disappeared in 1941. Her body was found some weeks later in the River Ouse, dressed in an overcoat with pockets filled with stones. In August last year,

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