Bread, Education, Freedom by Petros Markaris (2012). French title: Pain, éducation, liberté. Translated from the Greek by Michel Volkovitch.
J’ai envie de monter les escaliers quatre à quatre. 833 more words
http://media.blubrry.com/thedavebowmanshow/www.slipperyfish.com:8080/podcast99/dave_bowman/2015_7_july/072115_The_Aristotelian_Unities.mp3 After some “housekeeping” about what is going on with Dave, the discussion moves to the idea of who and what makes a “Hero?” We begin with a picture of a Soldier in Vietnam. 106 more words
So where were we….
The morning after Athene’s visit, Telemachus, son of Odysseus, calls a meeting in the town. He enters, carrying a bronze spear, with two dogs at his side and states his grievances: the loss of his father; the constant hounding of his mother Penelope by all her suitors, who it seems aren’t only after her milkshake: 506 more words
For a fortnight in April I had the pleasure of a stay at the British School at Athens. As well as digging-in for some serious research time (and eating spinach pies, and tortoise hunting in the garden), I spent an afternoon at the Cycladic Art Museum and their wonderful temporary exhibition, 471 more words