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The Heart and Soul of Romanticism

In deep meditation we encounter our own non-existence, or at least we discover that we are not who, or what, we thought we were. We see that our experience is made up of a never-ending parade of passing experiences. 919 more words


Eksplosivt. På tærsklen til 200-året for Tambora-udbruddet udforsker en litteraturprofessor dets indvirkning på litteratur, videnskab og politik.

Gillen D’Arcy Wood, »Tambora. The Eruption That Changed the World«. 301 more words

Isolation As An Addiction in Frankenstein

While reading Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, one of the themes I found most relevant was the addictive isolation that Victor puts himself in while creating the monster, and in turn, the isolation of the monster himself. 1,035 more words