72 libros que todo amante de la literatura debe de haber leído antes de los 30. En la literatura encontramos lo que no somos y nutrimos esa otredad a nuestro beneficio.
A partir de conocer otras realidades, otras verdades y mentiras, somos capaces de analizar lo que realmente nos sucede. Esa magia literaria es la que hace que muchos sean adictos a crecer a partir de las experiencias de otras personas. Son muchos los libros trascendentales y no podemos dar una fecha exacta de cuándo deberían ser leídos, pero creemos que los que mencionaremos a continuación deberían ser leídos antes de los 30 años.
Esa edad para muchos se convierte en un parteaguas en su vida. Se deja atrás el tan preciado segundo piso y se espera llegar con la experiencia y la gracia dignos de alguien que ha vivido, pero que también se ha cultivado. . “100 Años de Soledad” (1967) – Gabriel García Márquez “The Sound and the Fury” (1929) – William Faulkner “El Principito” (1943) – Antoine de Saint-Exupery “The Catcher in the Rye” (1951) – J.D. “La Virgen de los Sicarios” (1994) – Fernando Vallejo. Top 10 books about wild women. I first came across 17th-century writer Margaret Cavendish in Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own: “What a vision of loneliness and riot the thought of Margaret Cavendish brings to mind!
As if some giant cucumber had spread itself all over the roses and carnations in the garden and choked them to death.” It’s a wonderfully peculiar description and I could never quite shake this image of a woman so apparently unruly Woolf felt it necessary to describe her as, essentially, a dick among the blooms. Woolf meant, I suppose, that Cavendish was too much: too eccentric, too ambitious, too undisciplined. Indeed, she was notorious for her outfits, her poor spelling and awkward behaviour, and, most egregiously, for demanding to be taken seriously as a writer and natural philosopher. She was the first woman ever invited to the Royal Society of London – and the last, for another 200 years.
6 Kinds of Healthy Foods That Become Unhealthy in High Doses. One would think, as research on diet and health continues to pile up, we might start inching toward consensus about what is good to eat, and what isn’t.
But in many cases the opposite is happening. We can’t even agree on the essential goodness or badness of basic food elements like fat or carbohydrates, with each side enjoying an all-you-can-eat buffet of studies to back up its case. When you factor in other considerations, like the environmental, social and other moral impacts of various foods, things get even more complicated. A recent Washingon Post column even argued against the nutritional and environmental benefits of salad. Everyone but the junk food industry and sugar producers can at least agree that we need to limit our sugar intake, but there are some other foods, many of which are widely perceived as healthy, that we should ease up on as well. So here is a list of foods you might want to approach with a healthy level of fear. 1. 29 Books That Will Enrich Your Inner Literati.
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Correction appended, March 31 For anyone who wants to attain the vaunted title of "being well-read," it's more about breadth than depth. 5 Lessons Education Research Taught Us In 2014 : NPR Ed. Studies, research papers, doctoral dissertations, conference presentations — each year academia churns out thousands of pieces of research on education.
And for many of them, that's the end of it. They gather dust in the university library or languish in some forgotten corner of the Internet. A few, though, find their way into the hands of teachers, principals and policymakers. Each year the American Educational Research Association — a 99-year-old national research society — puts out a list of its 10 most-read articles. 10 of the Greatest Kisses in Literature. Which characters had the best snog in literary history?
It's Valentine's Day, and you know what that means—time to pucker up and give that special someone a stars-and-fireworks-worthy kiss. Like any other book nerds, we can't help but think about our favorite literary romances—and in particular, our favorite literary makeout sessions—to give us a little divine inspiration. After all, there's nothing more romantic than that most elemental of expressions of affection, and who could paint it better than the likes of Shakespeare, Nabokov and Byron? So if you're looking for a few ideas (or just some steamy bathtub reading) this Valentine's day, read through 10 of the greatest kisses in literature.
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