• European writers awarded Nobel in literature

      European writers awarded Nobel in literature

      After a gap of one year the Literature Nobel returned on the stage last Thursday with Poland's Olga Tokarczuk and Austria's Peter Handke awarded the 2018 and 2019 prizes respectively, news wires reported. Two Nobels were awarded this year after last yearчs prize was postponed over a scandal. Since then, the Nobel organisation has appointed new members and reformed some of its rules after a rare intervention by its royal patron, the king of Sweden.

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    • Nadezhda Dineva: We must trust in ourselves

      Nadezhda Dineva: We must trust in ourselves

      The Order of Scorpions is a novel which makes you delve into the unknown, there are many though-provoking moments that take your fancy and many puzzles to which the reader has to find a clue. It may so happen that they will change your life forever, young writer Nadezhda Dineva says in an interview to Europost.

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    • Elena Aleksieva: A novel is like a huge battering ram

      Elena Aleksieva: A novel is like a huge battering ram

      We, humans, appropriate a lot of things - we believe that the only existing form of intelligence is the one we possess, that only we have emotions, feelings and the right to freedom in a world we have usurped. This is such a fallacy, says writer Elena Aleksieva in an interview to Europost.

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    • Eric Weiner: The world is starving for wisdom

      Eric Weiner: The world is starving for wisdom

      Wisdom is something very different form information; it is very different from knowledge too. Wisdom is related not to the existential question “what” but rather “how”. How can we become better citizens, friends and people? I hope that my new book can somehow contribute to the revival of this kind of philosophy of wisdom. This is the role that philosophy used to have and should have - once again - in people's lives, journalist and author Eric Weiner says in an interview to BTA.

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    • Macondo characters brought to TV screen

      Macondo characters brought to TV screen

      The Buendia family and its utopic village of Macondo, imagined by the brilliant mind of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, will be brought to people's living rooms with the first screen adaptation of One Hundred Years of Solitude. The streaming giant Netflix has acquired the rights to one of the most influential novels of the 20th century, five years after its author's death.

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    • Carolina Schutti: We lost ourselves in the global world

      Carolina Schutti: We lost ourselves in the global world

      I take great interest in people and I am a very careful observer. This is evident in my books, in the minor details I describe, they draw my attention. When I am writing a book, I penetrate deeply into each character and look at the world through their eyes, writer Carolina Schutti says in an interview to Europost.

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