“The Unberable Lightness of Being”

“What shall we choose? Weight or lightness?” In the VI century BC, Parmenides saw the world divided into pairs of opposites, a positive and a negative: for instance, being/non-being, light/darkness or warmth/cold. But when we are talking about our own existence, in “The Unbearable lightness of Being”, Milan Kundera invites the reader to reflect, which…

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Metamorphosis

You wake up in a morning and you do not have the human body you had been wearing for years, but you transformed overnight into a monstrous insect. What do you do about that, how do you react? Metamorphosis tells the story of Gregor Samsa, who went to bed as a young man and woke…

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