Category: Culture

What to Stream While Social Isolating part One

As we spend more and more time at home, the chances of being bored increases in an exponential rate. So, there is probably a big chance you’re already bored and binged watched some of your favorite tv shows. To try and help you, here is part one of a list with around 30 suggestions of

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O Crossover entre O Conto da Aia e Oryx e Crake

Tanto Oryx e Crake (2003) quanto O conto da Aia (1985) são distopias escritas por Margaret Atwood. Apesar de na temática maior serem diferentes, as narrativas tem alguns subtemas em comum. Além disso, ambas mostram realidades que parecem estar distantes, mas que, ao mesmo tempo, parecem possível de acontecer em um futuro próximo. Em O

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What I Read in February

February was a month that went by quite slowly, even though it only had 29 days. Maybe it was because of the insane amount of rain where I live, or because I avoided every single Carnaval party possible (which was a task that took around 3 weeks), or because of my choice of books. March,

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Conversation with friends and the story of 2020s characters + Comparing them to dog breeds

Somewhere around January I read a review on goodreads with the most perfect quote. “Conversations with Friends is another one of those books about not particularly nice people entangled in awkward relationships,” wrote Esil (the author of said review). Conversations with Friends is the second novel by Sally Rooney, a young Irish author. It tells

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What I Read in January 2020

I believe January is the best month of the year. It is not only a moment for new beginnings and/or a life refresh, but also my birthday month. As a gift to myself I started reading multiple books at the same time, and finished three of them. Other three are still on my nightstand. The

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