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Ucrânia – A dualidade de nacionalismo e desmoronamento do Estado

Por Gerd Bedszent: “O que se vai esgotando atualmente na Ucrânia é, portanto, um ‘nacionalismo do desespero social’ (Robert Kurz). Um nacionalismo de desespero que age pouco menos barbaramente do que o seu modelo histórico. 4,449 more words

Crisis Capitalism

Reading, writing, and Ray Bradbury on looking after the muse

Reading is one of the great pleasures in my life. As a kid, a good Christmas was measured by the size of the pile of books under the tree. 972 more words


Rory Gilmore Update - Number Two

Doing the Rory Gilmore reading challenge means reading works that are almost impossible to read, or works that you may not have a great deal to write about. 495 more words


Love, Science Fiction and Understanding

I lived in a small town (Kiama, New South Wales, Australia) which had, for me, too small a library. It consisted of three sections: 822 more words


Something's Hidden

“Fahrenheit 451″ gives idea of how things that are hidden could change the society. In the story, how the real humanity works are hidden. Ray Bradbury uses allusion to illustrate the idea. 100 more words

Fahrenheit 451

I'm the plot, dude, and don't you ever dare forget it.

Virginia Woolf, on women and fiction, once wrote “Indeed, if woman had no existence save in the fiction written by men, one would imagine her a person of the utmost importance; very various; heroic and mean; splendid and sordid; infinitely beautiful and hideous in the extreme; as great as a man, some think even greater. 2,402 more words

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