Stať sa hmyzom z Kafkovej Premeny teraz môže každý Stať sa hmyzom z Kafkovej Premeny teraz môže každý

Goetheho inštitút na Slovensku oslavuje 25. výročie založenia. Pri tejto príležitosti sa v Bratislave konala prezentácia biografie Franza Kafku spojená s otvorením projektu PremenaVR.

yesterday, 5:37
Eve Was Shamed: How British Justice Is Failing Women by Helena Kennedy review – a fiercely critical eye Eve Was Shamed: How British Justice Is Failing Women by Helena Kennedy review – a fiercely critical eye

In this disturbing follow-up to her groundbreaking Eve Was Framed, the emiment QC identifies the flaws in an inadequate legal system that continues to wrong womenI read Helena Kennedy QC’s new book, Eve Was Shamed: How British Justice Is Failing Women, while Dr Christine Blasey Ford was giving evidence before the US Senate judiciary committee. Shortly afterwards, the president of the US led...

yesterday, 8:00
Richard Curtis: 'I regret not writing about love's trickier side' Richard Curtis: 'I regret not writing about love's trickier side'

Writer tells Cheltenham festival he wishes he had tackled problems that come with staying together, the writer and director behind some of Britain’s best-loved romantic comedies, has said he wished he had spent more time writing about the later years of love.Curtis, whose films include Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill and Love, Actually, was reflecting on some of the things he had not...

yesterday, 15:12
Man Booker prize shortlist 2018: how do the final six stand up? Man Booker prize shortlist 2018: how do the final six stand up?

The thrilling diversity of the longlist is gone, and picking a winner remains a fool’s game, but this year’s last half-dozen are all worthy contendersIt’s hard not to feel that the cull from Man Booker longlist to shortlist was a calculated effort by the judges to strip this latest round of “posh bingo”, as Julian Barnes famously dubbed the prize, of its excitement. The longlist not...

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Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver review – a powerful lament for the American dream Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver review – a powerful lament for the American dream

A crumbling house is a solid foundation for this striking, time-shifting tale of a nation adriftUnlike the incompetent architect of the house in her latest book, Unsheltered, American novelist has proved herself a supreme craftsperson over the past three decades. She possesses a knack for ingenious metaphors that encapsulate the social questions at the heart of her stories.Her most famous novel,...

yesterday, 9:00
Alois Mikulka: Stroskotanec z Tritonu Alois Mikulka: Stroskotanec z Tritonu

Hlavný hrdina je Hermés – mimozemšťan oplývajúci nielen obrovskou silou, ale aj dobrým srdcom.

yesterday, 5:37
Tom Hanks: O nezvyčajných ľuďoch a písacích strojoch Tom Hanks: O nezvyčajných ľuďoch a písacích strojoch

Známy herec a režisér vo svojej literárnej prvotine s citom a humorom preniká do ľudských životov a odkrýva ich slabosti.

yesterday, 5:37
5 new books you won't want to miss this week, including Nicholas Sparks, Tina Turner 5 new books you won't want to miss this week, including Nicholas Sparks, Tina Turner

Look for new books on sale Oct. 16 including Nicholas Sparks' latest weepie, a Tina Turner memoir, and bios of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Babe Ruth.        

yesterday, 12:00
Red Birds by Mohammed Hanif review – exuberant but sketchy refugee tale Red Birds by Mohammed Hanif review – exuberant but sketchy refugee tale

The Booker-nominated author’s satirical novel about a lost American fighter pilot and a teenage refugee is a high-wire actIn a squalid, lawless “fugee” camp (the letters R and e have fallen off the entrance gate) that looks and smells like a giant Portaloo, one of the characters in Mohammed Hanif’s ambitious third novel considers running away to the desert. “What’s the worst that can...

yesterday, 11:00
Climate Justice by Mary Robinson review – power to the people Climate Justice by Mary Robinson review – power to the people

The former Irish president’s lucid manifesto argues that grassroots activists offer hope in the face of climate changeOver the past few decades, Mary Robinson has relentlessly promoted gender equality, human rights and social justice across the globe, both in her role as the former president of Ireland, and as the United Nations’ high commissioner for human rights. But as she admits in the...

yesterday, 10:00