Aftershocks: Selected writings and interviews by Anthony Macris
Henrik Ibsen: The man and the mask by Ivo de Figueiredo, translated by Robert Ferguson
Scandinavians: In search of the soul of the North by Robert Ferguson
In a critical moment of reflection and pause, Romulus, My Father offers the reader a key to its interpretation. The author – philosopher Raimond Gaita – tells us that ‘Plato said that those who love and seek wisdom are clinging in recollection to things they once saw’. This reference to the Greek philosopher’s work < ...