Summer: most people are fainting under white and blue umbrellas on the beach, worshipping the sun and all the frivolity that comes with it.
Paris: Dali’s melting clock. 98 more words
“Our dead are never dead to us until we have forgotten them: they can be injured by us, they can be wounded; they know all our penitence, all our aching sense that their place is empty, all the kisses we bestow on the smallest relic of their presence.” – George Eliot… 751 more words
Welcome to By the Onion Sea program! I have been teaching Russian Lit online for several years, including Tolstoy’s War and Peace, Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment… 508 more words
Classical Music Stories is a series that connects music to your favorite books.
You’ve almost definitely heard the opening of this piece before in commercials or something. 325 more words