Fernando Pessoa is one of the key characters of contemporary literature. We’ll tell you all today on the day that commemorates his death.
Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, popularly known as Fanny Hill, released on November 21, 1748, is the most censored novel in the history of literature, but why? Let’s find out together.
We retrace the life and works of Fedor DostoevskiJ on the 201th anniversary of his birth.
Jonathan Swift, writer, essayist, politician, dean, known for the famous work Gulliver’s Travels, died on 17 October 1745.
25 years have passed since the release of the book Memoirs of a Geisha, which tells the real life of a girl who became a geisha. Discover this story with us.
On the occasion of Stephen King’s 75th birthday, we’ll tell you all about the life, success and works of one of the most famous American writers of all time.
Hans Christian Andersen, author of some of the most famous children’s fairy tales, died on 4 August 1875. But there is much more … we’ll tell you all about it.
On the occasion of its first release in cinemas, we’ll tell you the story of the Chocolate Factory and its unique owner, Willy Wonka.
On the occasion of the anniversary of its release, we will tell you about the genesis, the plot and the themes of Interview with the Vampire, an immortal work by Anne Rice.
Almost 200 years after his death, today we celebrate the talent of the British poet Lord Byron, his life and works.