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The Sauna Series — Susana Medina

Susana Medina was born in the mid sixties in the UK, to German/Spanish parents. She grew up in Valencia, before relocating to London in the mid eighties. 2,770 more words


Winter is coming! Treat yourself to a special gift for the new year.

My belief is that to speak a foreign language is a gift.

It allows us to explore new worlds and opens up new work opportunities. I also believe that it is never too late to start learning a language or to pick up from where you left off. 257 more words

L'inverno a Lisbona

Titolo: L’inverno a Lisbona

Autore: Antonio Muñoz Molina

Data di pubblicazione: 1997

Editore: Feltrinelli

Pagine: 216

RECENSIONE di Elisabetta

Immaginate di camminare in una città spettrale durante una sera d’inverno.  405 more words

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Federico García Lorca

The still waters of the air
under the bough of the echo.

The still waters of the water
under a frond of stars.

The still waters of your mouth… 30 more words


Chasing dreams under the Leaning Tower

To enter into the spirit of this post / Per entrare nello spirito del post: Woodkid, I Love You (Quintet Version).

Are we all characters in one of God’s dreams?  265 more words

Latin America: Short-Term Programs as Diverse as Your Students

By Kimberly Sarna, Geographic Oversight Manager, Latin America, and Megan Kane, Marketing Coordinator

From realities of high program costs to daily commitments to family and work, many university students feel study abroad is unattainable. 627 more words

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Required reading: Books I read in high school

I recently read this post by The Orang-utan Librarian about her required readings at high school and I thought it would be a good idea to come up with a similar post. 1,142 more words