At this time of year a shared sickness known as freshers' flu makes its way round campus. We like to imagine this is the
Pankaj Mishra is an Indian writer and historian. Among his many books are An End to Suffering: The Buddha in the World and
At this time of year, the woods are carpeted with seeds, millions of them. The seasons pass by so quickly and nature must sprint along to play catch up.
Kureishi's novel The Last Word shows that if you run the vernacular flotsam and jetsam of human experience on top of a structure of abstract philosophical thought, you may still effect change in society, by literary means.
What lies beyond good and evil? A great punchline, of course! Yes, the great Friedrich Nietzsche was born on this day in
Friedrich Nietzsche is celebrated in today's Google doodle - well, it would have been his 169th birthday - so what better
I rarely meet people who share my bittersweet obsession with both Shakespeare and Dostoevsky. So when I do, the elation is boundless. That's what made me gasp as I was looking through the contents of The Demonic: Literature and Experience, newly published by Routledge.