Art & Literature


Crafting Jewelry at home

Written by Too Cute Beads If you like DIY projects, crafting your own jewelry at home can have several advantages. First, it is a cost-effective solution to having to buy jewelries from shops. Secondly you can craft quirky or unique jewelry that would suit your personality and that would totally match with your outfit. Handcrafted […]


History of the Louvre Pyramid

Written by French Experience Paris is always a good choice to start with for France Vacations. The city is filled with historical monuments evident of the country’s opulent history and regard for art. The Eiffel tower, museums and sculptures, the chateaux and castles, wine and cheese, and the sound of the French language itself, this […]


Are You More Comfortable Dating Online?

Written by New York Socials Many men and women are more comfortable dating online than in person. There are many reasons why online dating might be more appealing to some. An online dating service is easier because it allows people who are otherwise shy in person to be themselves. It’s also safer, since you have […]


The Many Uses of Art Deco Rings

Written by Cynthia Findlay Antiques Many people collect Art Deco jewellery. Museums feature pieces from this time period and all types of collectors cherish their prized possessions. But if you’re not a jewellery collector, you might be wondering whether it’s worth your time and money to invest in Art Deco rings. The answer is yes. […]


Colosseum Architecture

Written By Philippe Dardour Are you planning on a wedding in the near future? If so, you probably already have enough to think about. But one very essential component that needs some thinking about is that honeymoon. No matter how good the wedding is, without  fantastic honeymoon, it will all have been for nothing. Fortunately, […]




Princeton University Gets Papers of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison

Toni Morrison, who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1993, was a faculty member in Princeton’s creative writing program from 1989 until she retired in 2006.


Paulo Scott: literature is not an easy truth

Brazils indigenous people are rarely portrayed in literature. But they are at the heart of former lawyer and activist Paulo Scotts innovative novel, Nowhere People The writer Paulo Scott is insistent, emphatic, bulldozing through the awkward corners of a second language with the fire of a former activist as he spells out the plight of indigenous people living in Brazil. At this exact moment …


Australians cheer Flanagan's Booker Prize win

Australian literature-lovers cheered Wednesday after Richard Flanagan won the prestigious Booker Prize with a visceral story of wartime brutality and its aftermath — a novel the head of the judging team …


Children's literature plans lodged

A planning application is lodged to create Scotland's first centre for children's literature at a house which helped inspire the Peter Pan story.


Nobel Prize in literature goes to French author Patrick Modiano

The 2014 Nobel Prize in literature goes to French author Patrick Modiano, the Swedish Academy announced Thursday morning.