There once were two sisters

And although they were not twins, both their names started with the same letter. It is not known why their parents made this decision, was it superstition, an accident, or maybe just laziness –  typical of middle-class Londoners with artistic connections? As if things were not complicated enough, it should […]

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Love in the shade of the baobabs

In this beautiful scenery, a European woman fell in love with a handsome Masai. She then went on to write a book about her relationship which turned out to be a tremendous success, “The White Masai” took the literary world by storm and, according to an old principle of the […]

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Diary of An Adulterous Woman

Erotic literature is in abundance, in fact, it is quite an understatement to say so. As is the case with its subject matter, erotic literature requires intimacy. Usually between two people. In Curt Leviant’s “Diary of An Adulterous Woman”, this number is increased to three. Just not at the same […]

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“I loved Stalin”

A striking declaration to say the least. However, those who have even a rudimentary knowledge of history (which is increasingly rare) should not be too surprised by it. Stalin was to be loved ex officio – as was the case with Mao Zedong in China, Fidel Castro in Cuba, and […]

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