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  • the nature of nature
    In one of his last essays, 'The Nature of Nature' (1995), John Fowles returned to the theme of ' The Tree ', the importance of nature in his life and work, as well as for
  • and what is knowledge?
    And what is knowledge? What are our learned men save the descendants of witches and hermits who crouched in caves and in woods brewing herbs, interrogating shrew-mice and
  • the voyage out
    After tracing Virgina Woolf 's increasingly complex modernist experiments - ' Mrs. Dalloway ', ' To the Lighthouse ', ' The Waves ' - reading ' The Voyage Out ', her first
  • who's afraid of virginia woolf?
    First performed in 1962, Edward Albee 's ' Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? ' is still shockingly savage in its portrayal of a disillusioned marriage. In Onafhankelijk Tone
  • to the lighthouse
    Virginia Woolf 's fifth novel ' To the Lighthouse ', published in 1927, is one of her most experimentally modernist works. The book's genius is hard to summarize, except b

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