Monthly Archives: February 2012

Literature and Language: The Lamp of Knowledge

I read in an article by Simon Gikandi that literature was “a lamp of knowledge, a symbol of enlightenment and a path to immeasurable freedom through sometimes violent encounters” (PMLA, 2012: 20). Well, I would have not said it better. … Continue reading

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Picasso’s Guernica: in an art gallery or in a car showroom?

Ian Youngs from BBC News has recently reported that the last time the Picasso’s Guernica was shown in the UK, it happened in a car showroom instead of in an art gallery. What is, in your opinion, the purpose of … Continue reading

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2012: Your opinions and expectations count!

Do you think that 2012 will be better than 2011? What are your expectations for 2012?  

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