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For the love of poetry Part 2

And so lay the bed There was once a clever woman of mixed blood, fluent in German, Hebrew and English, and schooled in the finest British schools of Tel Aviv, where her family lived in exile from Nazi Germany. Her parents were lovers of Epicurean culture, of great novelists, poets, composers. She went to an art school in … Continue reading


The Love Triangle

Love, lust and liberty Are we free to live according to our hearts and desires? Or do expectations inhibit us from loving more than one person at a time? Perhaps we are mere slaves to our hormones. One heart, one mind and two deserving loves In Milan Kundera’s novel, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Tereza and Sabina share Tomas’ … Continue reading